CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Logical-Reasoning: Questions 725 - 727 of 861

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Question number: 725

» Statement - Argument

Statement-Argument▾

Statement

Should oil reserves be found in India as in western countries to satisfy the domestic demand for oil and petrol in future?

Arguments

  1. It is currently not required to invest such huge foreign exchange. Instead such funds should be left idle for other uses.

  2. If India itself, has oil reserves, it will be prepared for any price hike in prices of oil in foreign countries.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

None of the arguments is strong.

b.

All of the arguments are strong.

c.

Only argument Ⅱ is strong.

d.

Either one of the arguments is strong.

Question number: 726

» Statement - Course of Action

Course of Action▾

Statement

Survey reports that children below five years of age die off diarrhoea and parasitic intestinal worms in majority of cities in developing countries.

Actions

  1. It is the duty of government of such cities now to provide hygenic conditions to children in such cities.

  2. Consecutive and periodic medical check-up should be done to below five years children in cities of developing countries.

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 Ⅰ follows.

Question number: 727

» Statement - Conclusion

Statement-Conclusion▾

Statement

Fashion is a form of ugliness which cannot be tolerated for more than six months.

Conclusions

  1. Fashion designers lack empathizing with public mind related to fashion.

  2. Majority of the public is prone to novelty.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Only conclusion Ⅰ can follow.

b.

Either one of the conclusions follows.

c.

Only conclusion Ⅱ can follow.

d.

None of the conclusions follow.

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