CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Logical-Reasoning: Questions 116 - 119 of 861

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Passage

A passage on social or economic conditions will be given, on basis of which few conclusions will be drawn. You are to mark answer stating whether the inferences are true or false. Mark answer

The food department of the country has to bear, this year with a shortfall of about 9 million tonnes of the kharif crop, 5million tones less production than the previous year. But the rice crop has been partially affected as the provinces of West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh have had sufficient rainfall and Punjab is not much dependent on rainfall. Yet its overall production may reduce more than 4 million tonnes. There may be worse news ahead.

Question number: 116 (4 of 5 Based on Passage) Show Passage

» Passage - Conclusion

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Question

Rice, in the previous year was produced 5 million tonnes less.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

if the statement is probably true, though not definitely true.

b.

if the statement is definitely true.

c.

if the conclusions is neither true nor false because the data given in the passage are inadequate.

d.

if the conclusion is definitely false.

Question number: 117 (5 of 5 Based on Passage) Show Passage

» Passage - Conclusion

MCQ▾

Question

The rice will be costlier this year.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

if the conclusions is neither true nor false because the data given in the passage are inadequate.

b.

if the conclusion is definitely false.

c.

if the statement is probably true, though not definitely true.

d.

if the statement is definitely true.

Question number: 118

» Statement - Argument

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Statement

Should Indian government pass a law of free schooling in India?

Arguments

  1. This is the only step by which the rate of literacy in India can be raised.

  2. It should not be done as this would lay heavy financial burden on the government.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

All of the arguments are strong.

b.

Only argument Ⅱ is strong.

c.

None of the arguments is strong.

d.

Either one of the arguments is strong.

Question number: 119

» Statement - Assumption

Statement-Assumption▾

Statement

The function will begin at 6 p. m. but you may arrive by 7 or so.

Assumptions

  1. The function will be continuing even after 7 p. m.

  2. The function even might have not started by 7p. m.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

All of the assumptions are implied or implicit.

b.

Only assumption Ⅱ is implied or implict.

c.

None of the assumptions is implied or implict.

d.

Only assumption Ⅰ is implied or implict.

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