Statement -(Argument-Assumptions-Conclusions)

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As we all know there are types of questions in which a statement is given and two statements are given after that statement and one is asked to drive conclusion or assumption or to identify a strong argument. (out of those two) Let's practic...
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@nickss neither 1 or 2
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arey koi to reply karo 😛
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Statement: Please do not use lift while going down - an instruction on the top floor of a five-storey building.

Assumptions:

  1. While going down, the lift is unable to carry any load.
  2. Provision of lift is a matter of facility and not of right.

A.Only assumption I is implicit
B.Only assumption II is implicit
C.Either I or II is implicit
D.Neither I nor II is implicit
E.Both I and II are implicit
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As we all know there are types of questions in which a statement is given and two statements are given after that statement and one is asked to drive conclusion or assumption or to identify a strong argument. (out of those two)


Let's practice questions of this type as they are frequently asked in various entrance exams like iift,nmat,snap and many others.

thanks :)
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