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    • RA04 Statement and Assumptions
    • ASSUMPTIONS
    • REASONING In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 1. National Integration is the greatest need of our country 1. Our country is not nationally integrated. 2. There are many needs of our country. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C The word „need‟ suggests the first assumption whereas the phrase „greatest need‟ suggest there are many needs.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 2. Both of his children are clever but the girl is cleverer. 1. One of the children is a boy. 2. The father must be quite clever. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. A „The girl‟ in the statement implies I assumption. II is unrelated.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 3. Though he is fat yet he runs fast. 1. Fat people have weak muscles. 2. Fat people cannot run fast. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. B The use of the word „yet‟ implies it.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 4. The government has decided to reduce custom duty on computer peripherals. 1. The domestic market price of computer peripherals must go up in the near future. 2. The domestic manufacturer may oppose the decision. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. D If custom duty is reduced prices may fall. No word or phrase in the statement suggests the second assumption.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 5. Subodh wrote to his brother at Bangalore to collect personally the application form from the university for the postgraduation course in mathematics. 1. The university may issue application form to a person other than prospective student. 2. Subodh‟s brother may receive the letter well before the last date of collecting application form. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C When Subodh wrote a letter he assumed I as well as II otherwise he should not write to his brother.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 6 The State Government has decided to appoint 4000 primary school teachers during the next financial year 1. There are enough schools in the state to accommodate 4000 additional primary school teachers. 2. The eligible candidates may not be interested to apply as the government may not finally appoint such a large no of primary school teachers. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. A The word „decided‟ suggests that decisions taken only after considering the existing vacancies.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 7 A warning in a train compartment – “To stop train, pull chain. Penalty for improper use `.500” 1. Some people misuse the alarm chain. 2. On certain occasions people may want to stop a running train. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C. The word „penalty‟ suggests misuse and “to stop train” suggests how to stop the train if needed.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 8 If it is easy to become an engineer, I don‟t want to be an engineer. 1. An individual aspires to be professional. 2. One desires to achieve a thing which is hard earned. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. B. No keywords to suggest professional. The word if refers that one rejects a thing that is easy to achieve.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 9 “This drink can be had either as it is, or after adding ice to it” 1.People differ in their preferences. 2.Some people will get attracted to the drink as it can be had as it is. In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C. The advertisement tells the different ways in which the drink can be had. This means that different people prefer to have it in a different way and that some people would prefer it only because it can be taken in a particular manner. So both I and II are implicit.
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 6 In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 6 In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 6 In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 6 In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 6 In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C
    • REASONING No Statement Assumptions 6 In each of the following questions a statement is followed by assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is a statement that you ‘take it for granted’. Study the statement and point out: (a) if only I is implied in the statement. (b) if only II is implied in the statement (c) if both I and II are implied. (d) if neither I nor II are implied. C
    • REASONING A ‘A wise father’ suggests that ‘some’ and not ‘all’ father are wise.
    • C ‘Uses of adversity’ implies I and the ‘sweet’ is metaphorically for things which are liked.
    • B The words seldom welcomes implies that generally people don’t like.
    • B ‘Godlike’ means just like that of god’s so the second assumption is correct.
    • A ‘its own’ and ‘every country’ implies it.