CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) Logical-Reasoning: Questions 314 - 316 of 861

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Question number: 314

» Statement - Conclusion

Statement-Conclusion▾

Statement

All dolls are windows. All bottles are windows. All cars are bottles.

Conclusions

  1. All cars are windows.

  2. Some cars are dolls.

  3. Some windows are cars.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Either conclusion Ⅰ or conclusion Ⅱ can follow.

b.

Both conclusion Ⅰ & conclusion Ⅱ follow.

c.

Both conclusion Ⅰ & conclusion Ⅲ follow.

d.

Either one of the conclusions follows.

Question number: 315

» Statement - Argument

MCQ▾

Question

The rate of invention which began two and a half million years ago through stone tools and at a lower pace has now raced up with new inventions occurring almost every day, as seen in newspapers and televisions. Initially no inventions were made with a gap of thousand and hundred years together. This paragraph best supports the statement that

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

No route to find the invention of stone tools exists.

b.

Stone tools are not to be considered technology.

c.

People used stone tools for two and a half million years

d.

New technologies come up every day in today’s world.

Question number: 316

» Statement - Assumption

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Statement

A newspaper had an announcement which invited all people to come and enjoy entertainment programme. Entry free.

Assumptions

  1. People refrain from going to entertainment programmes which do not have tickets.

  2. There may be some people who want to go but they cannot afford the tickets.

  3. This programme will be of good quality.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

All of the assumptions are implied or implicit.

b.

Only assumption Ⅱ is implied or implict.

c.

Both assumption Ⅰ & Ⅱ are implied or implict.

d.

Both assumption Ⅰ & Ⅲ are implied or implict.

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