Statement and Argument
In a Competitive exam, Reasoning is one of the most important section. If you get good score in Reasoning test then it will help you to achieve good marks in competitive exams. You can achieve a good marks only if you have a depth knowledge of reasoning skills. Basically reasoning is divided into few sections according to logic and type. One of them is Statement and Argument.
Statement and Argument is a very important chapter of Reasoning aptitude tests. Few reasoning questions in your exam will surely come from this chapter. Here in this page we will discuss Statement and Argument reasoning with solution which will help you to solve Statement and Argument questions very easily and quickly. In exam, reasoning questions can be solved very easily and quickly using reasoning shortcut tricks. Now we will show you the process of “Using shortcut tricks, How you can solve reasoning questions”.
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Now let’s starts the detail discussion of Statement and Argument and few important reasoning question answer.
What is argument ?
Talking about something or showing about something which has a valid action reasonable or logically to be right.
In this chapter has some Argument according with statement. The argument are two or more than two which are related with statement. This is very important and scoring chapter. you need to observe the strong and weak argument and you have to decide which of the given argument is strong or which is weak according with statement.
Without understanding strong and weak argument you can’t give the accurate answer. Before going to solve this chapter questions you have understand what is strong argument and what is weak argument.
Statements is based on different types :
Argument is based on different types :
- Strong Argument
- Weak Argument
What is Strong argument ?
Strong argument are those argument which are directly related to the statement and satisfy the logic condition, valid, strong, true and talk about strength.
Features of strong arguments :
- Experience Truth (If any argument is based on experiences than it will be accepted as strong argument)
- Analyzed Truth (Decision taken by Govt, supreme court, United Nations, Constitutional body or any other supreme authority)
- Universal Truth (Scientifically established, Universally accepted and cannot be denied)
What is weak argument ?
Weak argument are those argument which are indirectly related to the statement and not satisfy the logic condition, invalid, weak, false.
Features of weak arguments :
- Simple (If argument is simple and even if it is related to given statement but due to lack of proper argumentation or sentence is emulation anything then it can not accepted)
- Opinion based (personal suggestions personal opinion that kind of argument cannot be accepted)
- Ambiguous (The arguments which creates confusion and taken as weak argument)
- Superfluous (that can never be accepted)
The main target is to find whether the argument is strong or weak.