Statements And Conclusions Quiz – Verbal Reasoning Questions And Answers

Candidates can check out the Questions which are given in the form of Quiz for Statements and conclusions with a detailed explanation in the below section. Here in this page Questions And Answers are given and these will be useful for any entrance tests.

Statements And Conclusions Quiz – Verbal Reasoning Questions And Answers

1. All windows are doors. No door is wall

Conclusions:
1. No window is wall
2. No Wall is door
 
 
 
 

2. Some blades are hammers. Some hammers are knives. Some knives are axes.
Conclusions:
1. Some axes are hammers
2. Some knives are blades
3. Some axes are blades
 
 
 
 

3. All snakes are trees. Some trees are roads. All roads are mountains.
Conclusions:
1. Some mountains are snakes
2. Some roads are snakes
3. Some mountains are trees
 
 
 
 

4. Some mountains are hillocks. Some mountains are rivers. Some mountains are valleys.
Conclusions:
1. All mountains are either hillocks or rivers or valleys
2. No valley is river
3. Some river are valleys
 
 
 
 

5. Some hills are rivers. Some rivers are deserts. All deserts are roads.
Conclusions:
1. Some roads are rivers
2. Some roads are hills
3. Some deserts are hills
 
 
 
 

6. Statements: In a one day cricket match, the total runs made by a team were 200. Out of these 160 runs were made by spinners.
Conclusions:
I. 80% of the team consists of spinners.
II.The opening batsmen were spinners.
 
 
 
 

7. Statements: The old order changed yielding place to new.
Conclusions:
I. Change is the law of nature.
II. Discard old ideas because they are old.
 
 
 
 

8. Statements: Government has spoiled many top ranking financial institutions by appointing bureaucrats as Directors of these institutions.
Conclusions:
I. Government should appoint Directors of the financial institutes taking into consideration the expertise of the person in the area of finance.
II. The Director of the financial institute should have expertise commensurate with the financial work carried out by the institute.
 
 
 
 
 

9. Statements: Population increase coupled with depleting resources is going to be the scenario of many developing countries in days to come.
Conclusions:
I. The population of developing countries will not continue to increase in future.
II. It will be very difficult for the governments of developing countries to provide its people decent quality of life.
 
 
 
 

10. Statements: Prime age school-going children in urban India have now become avid as well as more regular viewers of television, even in households without a TV. As a result there
has been an alarming decline in the extent of readership of newspapers.

Conclusions:
I. Method of increasing the readership of newspapers should be devised.
II. A team of experts should be sent to other countries to study the impact of TV. on the readership of newspapers.
 
 
 
 

11. Statement:
Although we have rating agencies like Crisil, ICRA, there is demand to have a separate rating agency of IT companies to protect investors.
Conclusions:
I. Assessment of financial worth of IT companies calls for separate, set of skills, insight and competencies.
II. Now the investors investing in IT companies will get protection of their investment.
 
 
 
 

12. Statement:
Company 'Y' will improve the manufacturing facilities for the production of shaving kits as a result of which capacity would increase and cost would be reduced. - A
spokesperson of the company 'Y' .
Conclusions:
I. The products of company 'Y' will compete the market norms in the quality and cost factor.
II. There will be demand of shaving kits of company 'Y'.
 
 
 
 

13. Statement:
During 1997-98 the total loss incurred by the 1 1 1 public sector units was to the tune of Rs. 6809 crores which has converted into paid capitals by the government of its total investment of Rs. 5129 crores.

Conclusions:
I. The government is left with only one option, that is, to privatize these units.
II. The government did not take care in the matter of investments in these public sector units.
 
 
 
 

14. Statement:
Population increase coupled with depleting resources is going to be the scenario of many developing countries in days to come.
Conclusions:
I. The population of developing countries will not continue to increase in future.
II. It will be very difficult for the governments of developing countries to provide decent quality of life.
 
 
 
 

15. Statement:
Mr. X is one of the probable candidates shortlisted for the post of Director of KLM Institute.

Conclusions:
I. Mr. X will be selected as Director of KLM Institute.
II. Mr. X will not be selected as Director of KLM Institute.
 
 
 
 

16. Statement: Industrial Revolution, which first of all started in Europe, has brought about modern age.

Conclusions: I. Disparity between rich and poor results in revolution.
II. Revolution overhauls society.
 
 
 
 
 

17. Statement: Although the education system has progressed from the point of view of the number of schools, most of them are ill-equipped and have not achieved excellence in
imparting education.

Conclusions: I. In future, we should provide good teachers and equipment to these schools.
II. We need not open any more schools in the future.
 
 
 
 
 

18. Statement: A large majority of the workforce in India is unorganized. Most of them earn either the minimum or uncertain wages while others are engaged in sundry jobs.

Conclusions: I. The workers in the organized sector get better facilities and stay longer in their jobs.
II. Some workers in the unorganized sector of the workforce have a regular and fixed income.
 
 
 
 

19. Statement: People who speak too much against the dowry are those who had taken it themselves.

Conclusions: I. It is easier said than done.
II. People have double standards.
 
 
 
 
 

20. Statement: Every man should have his identity card with him. That card should mention his blood group, complete address and telephone number for contact, in case, some
serious accident take place.

Conclusions: I. Blood cannot be transfused until its group is mentioned in the card.
II. The police needs this information specially when the accident is fatal.
III. In case of emergency, he may forget his address and may need the card to contact his house.
IV. None is supposed to forget his phone number under any circumstances.
V. When the seriously injured person is helpless to tell his blood group, this information would suffice to indicate the required blood group.
 
 
 
 
 


 

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