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In the question a statement is given, followed by two arguments, I and II. You have to consider the statement to be true even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given arguments, if any, is a strong argument.

Statement : Should eating paan at public places be made punishable?

Argument I : Yes, people eat pan and spit and makes public places dirty.
Argument II : No, Indians love paan.

A) if only argument I is strong. B) if only argument II is strong.
C) if both I and II are strong. D) if neither I nor II is strong.

Answer:   A) if only argument I is strong.



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Read the following question and decide which of the given arguments is/are strong.

 

Question : Should CBSE introduce the retention system till Class 10?

 

Argument 1 : The foundations laid in lower classes are important for higher education.


Argument 2 : It is boring for a student to repeat the same class again.

 

A) only arguments 2 is strong. B) Both arguments 1 and 2 are strong.
C) Neither arguments 1 nor 2 is strong D) only argument 1 is strong.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) only argument 1 is strong.

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Read the given question and decide which of the following arguments is / are strong.

 

Question : Are the best things in life free?

Argument 1: Life gives us so many opportunities for free and yet most of us waste it.

Argument 2: Smile, friends, family, good talk, good sleep and happy memories are all free.

 

A) Only argument 2 is strong B) Both arguments 1 and 2 are strong
C) Neither argument 1 nor 2 is strong D) Only argument 1 is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Both arguments 1 and 2 are strong

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Consider the given statement and decide which of the following argument (s) is/are strong.

 

Statement : Should CBDT abolish income tax in India?

 

Argument 1: Yes, it is an unnecessary burden on the wage earners in India.

 

Argument 2: No, it is a good source of revenue for Indian Government.

 

A) Only argument 1 is strong B) Both arguments 1 and 2 are strong
C) Neither argument 1 nor 2 is strong D) Only argument 2 is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Only argument 2 is strong

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Read the given question and decide which of the following arguments is/are strong.

Are stock markets sources of wealth creation ?

Arguments :

1. Yes, money multiplies in stock markets.
2. No, investments in stock markets are subjected to market risk.

 

A) Only argument 2 is strong B) Both arguments 1 and 2 are strong
C) Only argument 1 is strong D) Neither argument 1 nor 2 is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Only argument 2 is strong

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Read the given question and decide which of the following arguments is/are strong.


Should you work hard till you make your signature into an autograph?

 

Argument 1 : Work until you no longer have to introduce yourself.

 

Argument 2 : Work hard to become financially secure.

 

 

A) Only argument 1 is strong B) Only argument 2 is strong
C) Both arguments 1 and 2 are strong D) Neither argument 1 nor 2 is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Only argument 1 is strong

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Read the given question and decide which of the following arguments are correct.

 

Hydrogen is in a cylinder.

 

Argument 1 : Hydrogen is in a liquid state.
Argument 2 : Hydrogen is in a gaseous state.

 

A) Only argument 1 is correct B) Neither argument 1 nor 2 is correct
C) Only argument 2 is correct D) Either argument 1 or 2 is correct
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Either argument 1 or 2 is correct

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In the question a statement is given, followed by two arguments, I and II. You have to consider the statement to be true even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given arguments, if any, is a strong argument.

Statement : Should speed breakers be banned?

Argument I : Yes, data shows that number of accidents increase after putting the speed breakers.
Argument II : No, it teaches fast drivers a lesson.

A) if only argument I is strong. B) if only argument II is strong.
C) if both I and II are strong. D) if neither I nor II is strong.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) if only argument I is strong.

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In the question a statement is given, followed by two arguments, I and II. You have to consider the statement to be true even if it seems to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given arguments, if any, is a strong argument.

 

Statement : Should sale of alcohol near highways be banned?

Argument I : No, people should have freedom to decide as it is their fundamental right.
Argument II : Yes, 90% of road accidents involve drivers who are under influence of alcohol.

A) if only argument I is strong. B) if only argument II is strong.
C) if both I and II are strong. D) if neither I nor II is strong.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) if both I and II are strong.

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