Cause and Effect Reasoning Question & Answers
Cause and Effect Reasoning
The Cause and Effect Reasoning problems are designed to ascertain the analytical and logical reasoning ability of a candidate. The questions in this section contain a pair of statements to be analyzed in terms of cause and effect.
Cause: The statement / event can be declared as cause if it provides necessary conditions for the occurrence of an event.
Effect: The effect is a logical result of that event.
The event occurred first must be the cause and the resulting event must be the effect. Read the statements carefully to find the relation or no relation between the statements.
a)There may be cause and effect relationship between the two statements.
b)The two statements may be the effect of the same cause or independent causes.
c)The statements may be independent causes without having any relationship.
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