CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Logical-Reasoning: Questions 311 - 313 of 861

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Question number: 311

» Statement - Conclusion

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Statement

The visual that soon the world will be seeing of the developing countries is of the tremendous increase in population with totally inverse ratio of decreased resources.

Conclusions

  1. The population increase will be curbed in future of developing nations.

  2. Problems will arise on the part of Government to give good standard of living to its people.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

All of the conclusions follow.

b.

None of the conclusions follow.

c.

Either one of the conclusions follows.

d.

Only conclusion Ⅱ can follow.

Question number: 312

» Statement - Assumption

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Statement

Adverse consequences may have to be faced if in the initial four-five years of life, there is lack of stimulation.

Assumptions

  1. Major part of intelligence develops in the initial years of life.

  2. At the age of four, 50 % intelligence at age 17 can be predicted.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

None of the assumptions is implied or implict.

b.

Only assumption Ⅱ is implied or implict.

c.

Only assumption Ⅰ is implied or implict.

d.

Either one of the assumptions is implied or implicit.

Question number: 313

» Statement - Argument

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Statement

Should all the electronic goods be done away with import duty?

Arguments

  1. No, due to no tax, the government income will subside and affect the development activities done in the country.

  2. No, the electronics cannot be produced domestically as similar quality to foreign goods.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Either one of the arguments is strong.

b.

Only argument Ⅱ is strong.

c.

None of the arguments is strong.

d.

Only argument Ⅰ is strong.

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