Reasoning Statement and Assumption In Hindi ( कथन एवं पूर्वधारणाएं )

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Statement and Assumption Questions & Examples

Emphasis must always be given to solving more questions than just reading and analysing them. Thus, the best way to prepare for any topic which is a part of the competitive exam syllabus is by solving more and more questions based on it.

Discussed below are a few such examples and sample questions to help you understand the concept even better and also to let you analyse the pattern in which the questions may be asked. 

Q 1. 

Statement: The advisable age for a child to join a school is 5 years.

Assumption I: At this age, the child is familiar to adaptability

Assumption II: After this age, kids do not like to go to school

Assumption III: Schools do not take admission of children who are more than 5 years old

  1. Only Assumption I follows
  2. Both Assumptions I & III follow
  3. Assumption I, II & III follow
  4. Only Assumption II follows
  5. None of the Above

Answer: (1) Only Assumption I follows

Explanation: In the given statement it is mentioned that 5 years is an advisable age for kids to join the school. The only sensible assumption which proves the statement to be true is that chances of kids getting more adaptable to the school at this young age are very high

Q 2.

Statement: Food poisoning due to the consumption of liquor is very common in rural areas

Assumption I: There are more illegal and unauthorised shops selling liquor in villages and rural areas

Assumption II: The ratio of people drinking liquor in villages is much more than that in towns

  1. Both Assumption I and II follow
  2. Neither Assumption I nor Assumption II follows
  3. Only Assumption I follows
  4. Assumption II follows but Assumption I does not follow
  5. Either Assumption I or Assumption II follows

Answer: (3) Only Assumption I follows

Explanation: The statement is talking about food poisoning due to liquor so the number of people consuming liquor in towns or villages is not the main concern here. Which is why the only assumption I follow

Q 3.

Statement: Divya was advised by the Doctor that she should not take part in the dance competition

Assumption I: The Doctor did not want Divya to take part in the competition because he was afraid that she might lose 

Assumption II: Divya had major surgery because of her injury

Assumption III: Divya did not have the money to go for the auditions

  1. All Assumption I, II & III follow
  2. Only Assumption I follows
  3. Assumption II follows but Assumption I and III do not follow
  4. None of the three assumptions follow
  5. Only Assumption III follows

Answer: (3) Assumption II follows but Assumption I and III do not follow

Explanation: Based on the statement given, the Doctor would only advice a patient to not do certain things if they are unwell, in this case surgery. Which is the only suitable assumption why the doctor would advise Divya to not take part in the dance competition

Q 4. 

Statement: In an election conducted in Village X, only 20% of the total number of women in the village came to vote.

Assumption I: The number of men in the village is more than the number of women in the village X

Assumption II: Women had to cook food and could not come to vote

  1. Only Assumption I follows
  2. Only Assumption II follows
  3. Neither Assumption I nor Assumption II follows
  4. Either Assumption I or Assumption II follows
  5. Both Assumption I and Assumption II follow

Answer: (3) Neither Assumption I nor Assumption II follows

Explanation: The statement clearly indicates that out of the total number of women in the village only 20% came around to vote so the ratio between the number of men and women is not applicable here and the second assumption is not applicable as well.

Q 5. 

Statement 1: The school has decided to cancel the summer camp this year

Assumption I: No entries have been received by the Institution for students willing to join the summer camp

Assumption II: It is being cancelled because the weather is too hot

  1. Only Assumption I follows
  2. Only Assumption II follows
  3. Neither Assumption I nor Assumption II follows
  4. Either Assumption I or Assumption II follows
  5. Both Assumption I and Assumption II follow

Answer: (1) Only Assumption I follows

Explanation: Because the school was not receiving any student entries for participation in the summer camp, that is why it was cancelled. The second option is not implicit because the camp is being conducted in summers, so the weather is expected to be hot.

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