CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Logical-Reasoning: Questions 564 - 566 of 861

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Question number: 564

» Statement - Conclusion

Statement-Conclusion▾

Statement

Politics has lots of investment involved.

Conclusions

  1. Poor people are not eligible to become politicians.

  2. All rich men enter politics.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Only conclusion Ⅱ can follow.

b.

All of the conclusions follow.

c.

Only conclusion Ⅰ can follow.

d.

None of the conclusions follow.

Question number: 565

» Statement - Course of Action

Course of Action▾

Statement

Almost 20 people, on an average, die on railway tracks by running trains in an attempt to cross tracks through level crossing.

Actions

  1. All the level crossings should be closed by railway authorities.

  2. Fine should be imposed on those people who try to cross level crossing after the gates are closed.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

None of the actions follow.

b.

Either one of the actions follows.

c.

All of the actions follow.

d.

Only action Ⅱ follows.

Question number: 566

» Statement - Argument

Statement-Argument▾

Statement

Should no more coal be dugged from Indian mines now?

Arguments

  1. Digging should be stopped to conserve the coal for future.

  2. We need to continue digging as we do not have any other alternative source of energy in adequate quantity.

  3. Coal industry as well as the workers and direct consumers will get affected adversely if digging is stopped.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Either argument Ⅰ or argument Ⅲ is strong.

b.

Either argument Ⅱ or argument Ⅲ is strong.

c.

Either argument Ⅰ or argument Ⅱ is strong & only argument Ⅲ is strong.

d.

Both argument Ⅱ & argument Ⅲ are strong.

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