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Should individuals/industries having treasures of national significance like nobel prizes, hand them over to central goverment for their safe custody? 

Arguments:

1. Yes. They d not have enough resources to protect them

2. No. These are the properties of Individuals /Industries who win them. So, they should be there int heir custody

A) Only 1 is true B) Only 2 is true
C) Either 1 or 2 is true D) Neither 1 nor 2 is true

Answer:   B) Only 2 is true



Explanation:

The awards are given to the individual perfection and excellence.So only 2 holds

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Read the given statement(s) and conclusions carefully and select which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statement(s).


Is China spending on defense is justified?


Argument:


1. Yes, safety of the country is top priority


2. No, as peace in region is established hence money should be spend on development.

 

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

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Read the given statement and choose which argument is strong.


Statement:


Watching cartoon movies is better than reading books.


Arguments:


I. Yes, watching cartoon movies is entertaining.


II. No, reading books inculcates love of knowledge and reading habit in children.

 

A) Only argument I is stron B) Only argument II is strong
C) Both arguments I and II are strong D) Neither argument I nor II is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Only argument II is strong

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Read the given statement and choose which argument is strong.


Statement:


Playing outdoor games is better than being on a computer or playing mobile games.


Argument:


I: Yes, playing outdoor games keeps children physically and mentally fit.


II: No, computer or mobile games are more entertaining than outdoor games.

 

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

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Consider the following question followed by two arguments numbered I and II. Decide which of the arguments is a strong argument.


Should there be awareness programs conducted by local government bodies to educate masses about rainwater harvesting?


Arguments:


I. Yes, water is very precious. Awareness must be increased to preserve our natural resources.


II. No, only the green cover must be increased. Rainwater harvesting has been happening naturally for generations.

 

A) Both argument I and II are strong B) Neither argument I nor II is strong
C) Only argument I is strong D) Only argument II is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: C) Only argument I is strong

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Given is a statement followed by two arguments numbered I and II. Consider the statement and the arguments and 0 decide which of the arguments is/are strong.


Statement:


Does eating an apple a day keep the doctor away?


Arguments:


I. Yes, eating an apple everyday provides all the nutrients required for the body.


II. No, all kinds of fruits are important for a healthy body growth.

 

A) Only argument II is strong. B) Both arguments I and II are strong.
C) Only argument I is strong. D) Neither argument I nor II is strong.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Only argument II is strong.

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A statement is followed by two arguments. Decide which of the arguments is/are strong with respect to the statement.


Statement:


Should gymnastics be made compulsory in schools?


Arguments:


I. Yes, it would help in overall development of a child.


II. No, it is unnecessary waste of time and energy. Children should be sent to extra coaching classes.

 

A) Only argument II is strong B) Only argument I is strong
C) Both I and II are strong D) Neither I nor II is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) Only argument I is strong

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Given is a question followed by two arguments numbered I and II. Read the question and decide which of the arguments is strong with respect to the question.

 

Question:

Should shifting agriculture be practiced?

 

Arguments:

I. No. It is not a worthy practice.

II. Yes. When compared to modern methods of farming, it is less expensive.

 

A) Only argument II is strong B) Only argument I is strong
C) Neither argument I nor II is strong D) Either argument I or II is strong
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Only argument II is strong

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A statement is followed by two arguments. Decide which of the arguments is/are strong with respect to the statement.


Statement:


There should be strict penalty for people using mobile phone while driving.


Arguments:


I. Yes, it will ensure that the number of accidents due to mobile phone usage gets avoided.


II. No, it is difficult to implement as people are used to using cell phones anywhere.

 

A) Only argument I is strong. B) Both I and II are strong.
C) Only argument II is strong. D) Neither I nor II is strong.
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Only argument I is strong.

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