Statement and Argument
In every Competitive exam, one of the most important section is Reasoning. 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. According to logic and type, reasoning is basically divided into few sections. One of them is Statement and Argument.
Statement and Argument is one of the most important topic 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. Reasoning shortcut tricks are nothing but to solve reasoning questions very fast and accurately. Let’s show you the easy and detail method of “How to solve Reasoning using shortcut tricks”.
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Now we will discuss few important reasoning question answer and also discuss Statement and Argument chapter in detail.
Direction of question :
Each of the following questions consists of a statement followed by two arguments I and II.
(A) If only argument I is strong
(B) If only argument II is strong
(C) If either I or II is strong
(D) If neither I nor II is strong and
(E) If both I and II are strong.
Should taxes on cars be further increased?
I. Yes, car is a luxury and only high class people purchase them.
II. No, cars are purchased by the lower class people.
Taxes on car item cannot be increased or decreased on basis financial condition of the people, So both arguments I and II do not keep strong, Hence we can say answer is (D)
Should new big company or industry be started in kolkata?
I. Yes, it will generate more job opportunities.
II. No, industries create more pollution, So, further add more pollution of the city.
When establish any big company it creates pollution always, but also generate more employment, so both argument are strong. (E)
Should barrage be build on rivers?
I. Yes They are helpful in conserving land and suppress floods.
II. No, Some barrage projects proved unsuccessful.
In work there is two aspect is present one is Failure and another is success while some barrage project have been unsuccessful but maximum are beneficial in conserving land and suppress floods. (A)
Should not to ban social networking in school?
I. Yes it great for creating and sharing content between the student of them.
II. No, This reduces in real human contacts.
Both the argument are positive and negative aspect of the statement. (E)
Should Election Commission Ban Opinion Polls before the elections in India?
I. Yes, it confuses voters mind and may effect on election outcome.
II. No, This kind of polls are conducted all over the world.
Its true that before election Opinion Polls are affect the people mind, and we cannot say because poll are conducted on a particular area not all over the world. (A)