Important for Exam: Paper 1 Important Questions December 2012

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Q. Consider the Assertion – I and Assertion – II and select the right code given below:

Assertion – I: Even bank – lockers are not safe. Thieves can break them and take away your wealth. But thieves cannot go to heaven. So, you should keep your wealth in heaven.

Assertion – II: The difference of skin – colour of beings is because of the distance from the sum and not because of some permanent traits. Skin – colour is the result of body’s reaction to the sun its rays.

(A) Both the assertions – I and II are forms of argument.

(B) The assertion – I is an argument but the assertion – II is not.

(C) The assertion – II is an argument but the assertion – I is not.

(D) Both the assertions are explanation of facts.

Answer: (B)

Q. By which of the following proposition, the proposition ‘some men are not honest’ is contradicted?

(A) All men are honest

(B) Some men are honest

(C) No men are honest.

(D) All of the above.

Answer: (A)

Q. A stipulative definition is

(A) always true

(B) always false

(C) sometimes true sometimes false

(D) neither true nor false

Answer: (D)

Q. Choose the appropriate alternative given in the codes to replace the question mark.

Examiner – Examinee, Pleader – Client, Preceptor -?

(A) Customer

(B) Path – finder

(C) Perceiver

(D) Disciple

Answer: (D)

Q. If the statement ‘most of the students are obedient’ is taken to be true, which one of the following pair of statements can be claimed to be true?

(i) All obedient persons are students.

(ii) All students are obedient.

(iii) Some students are obedient.

(iv) Some students are not disobedient.

(A) I & II

(B) II & III

(C) III & IV

(D) II & IV

Answer: (C)

Q. Choose the right code:

A deductive argument claims that:

I. The conclusion does not claim something more than that which is contained in the premises.

II. The conclusion is supported by the premises/premises conclusively.

III. If the conclusion is false, then premise/premises may be either true or false.

IV. If premise/combination of premises is true, then conclusion must be true.

(A) I and II

(B) I and III

(C) II and III

(D) All the above

Answer: (A)

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