Passage - Conclusion (CLAT Logical-Reasoning): Questions 33 - 36 of 60

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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

America’s foster-care system shows statistics of around 440000 children, of which 20000 can be adopted. Of these children, majority is of the children lying in age-groups of 6 - 12 years. Other statistics show that the adoptable children consist of 44 % white and 43 % black children. Those 67 % families who want to adopt children are white and wish to adopt black children. The situation gets fine when it is noticed that only three US StatesArkansas, California and Minnesota have laws promoting race matching in adoptions, 40 other favor the practice.

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Children older than 12 years of age are less preferred for adoption.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

if the conclusion is definitely false.

b.

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

c.

if the statement is definitely true.

d.

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

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

Core sections of few companies were surveyed in India which concluded that the compensation packages available in the companies for executives were divided into certain benefits that they could avail. The items in the package increased as the position of the executive increased. Provisions such as transportation, medical and housing was made in certain companies, while others provided children education allowance. A new benefit that has recently come up is the ‘cafeteria approach’. These benefits are given, but at last which benefits the employees want to avail depends on them.

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Designing of packages involve an effort to meet and match the needs and benefits.

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 statement is probably true, though not definitely true.

c.

if the statement is definitely true.

d.

if the conclusion is definitely false.

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The above survey has been conducted on employees at all levels of hierarchy.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

if the conclusion is definitely false.

b.

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

c.

if the statement is definitely true.

d.

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

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Indian companies are designing compensation packages as similar to foreign companies.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

if the statement is definitely true.

b.

if the statement is probably true, though not 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.

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