Assumption-Inference-Conclusion

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Statement: As there is a great demand, every person seeking tickets of the musical show will be given only five tickets.
Assumptions:
I. The organizers are not keen on selling the tickets.
II. No one is interested in getting more than five tickets.
Only assumption I is implicit
no
Only assumption II is implicit
no
Either I or II is implicit
no
Neither I nor II is implicit
yes
Both I and II are implicit
no
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Statements: My first and foremost task is to beautify this city - if city P and Q can do it - why can't we do it. - Statement of Municipal Commissioner of city R after taking over charge.
Conclusions:
I. The people of city R are not aware about the present state of ugliness of their city.
II. The present Commissioner has worked in city P and Q and has good experience of beautifying cities.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
no
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
yes
Both I and II follow
no
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Statements: The use of non-conventional sources of energy will eliminate the energy crisis in the world.
Conclusions:
I. Modern technology is gradually replacing the conventional sources of energy.
II. The excessive exploitation of environment has led to depletion of conventional sources of energy.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
no
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
yes
Both I and II follow
no
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Statements: It is almost impossible to survive and prosper in this world without sacrificing ethics and morality.
Conclusions:
I. World appreciates some concepts but may not uphold it.
II. Concept of ethics and morality are not practicable in life.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
yes
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
no
Both I and II follow
no
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Statements: The average number of persons per household is 5 in urban areas whereas it is 7 in rural areas. The national average is 6.
Conclusions:
I. The population per unit area in the rural areas is higher than in the urban areas.
II. More persons live in the same household in the rural areas as compared to those in the urban areas.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
yes
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
no
Both I and II follow
no
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Statements: Wind is an inexhaustible source of energy and an aerogenerator can convert it into electricity. Though not much has been done in this field, the survey shows that there is vast potential for developing wind as alternative source of energy.
Conclusions:
I. Energy by wind is comparatively newly emerging field.
II. The energy crisis can be dealt by exploring more in the field of aero-generation.
Only conclusion I follows
no
Only conclusion II follows
no
Either I or II follows
no
Neither I nor II follows
no
Both I and II follow
yes
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Statement: Computer education should start at schools itself.
Assumptions:
I. Learning computers is easy.
II. Computer education fetches jobs easily.
Only assumption I is implicit
yes
Only assumption II is implicit
no
Either I or II is implicit
no
Neither I nor II is implicit
no
Both I and II are implicit
no
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Statement: Vivek left for Mumbai on Tuesday by train to attend a function to be held on Friday at his uncle's house in Mumbai.
Assumptions:
I. Vivek may reach Mumbai on Wednesday.
II. Vivek may reach Mumbai before Friday.
Only assumption I is implicit
no
Only assumption II is implicit
yes
Either I or II is implicit
no
Neither I nor II is implicit
no
Both I and II are implicit
no
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Statement: "But out of A, B, C and D products, you buy B which alone is based on the international technology."- A shopkeeper tells a customer.
Assumptions:
I. The customers normally accept the recommendation of the shopkeeper.
II. Use of international technology is supposed to ensure better quality standards.
Only assumption I is implicit
no
Only assumption II is implicit
no
Either I or II is implicit
no
Neither I nor II is implicit
no
Both I and II are implicit
yes
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Statement: If he is intelligent, he will pass the examination.
Assumptions: 
I. To pass, he must be intelligent.
II. He will pass the examination.
Only assumption I is implicit
yes
Only assumption II is implicit
no
Either I or II is implicit
no
Neither I nor II is implicit
no
Both I and II are implicit
no
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