Important for Exam: Paper-1 Important Questions June 2015

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Q. A Deductive argument is invalid if

A. Its premises are false, but its conclusion is true

B. Its premises and conclusion are all true

C. Its premises and conclusion are all false

D. Its premises are true, but its conclusion is false

Answer: Its premises are true, but conclusions are false

Q. If we want to seek new knowledge of facts about the world, we must rely on reason of the type:

A. Demonstrative

B. Physiological

C. Inductive

D. Deduction

Answer: Inductive

Q. Among the following statements two are contradictory to each other. Select the correct code that represents them:

(a) All poets are philosophers.

(b) Some poets are philosophers.

(c) Some poets are not philosophers.

(d) No philosopher is a poets.

(1) (a) and (c)

(2) (b) and (c)

(3) (a) and (b)

(4) (a) and (d)

Answer: (a) and (c)

Q. Which of the codes given below contains only the correct statement? Select the code:

Statements:

1. Venn diagram represents the arguments graphically

2. Venn diagram can enhance our understanding

3. Venn diagram may be called valid or invalid

4. Venn diagram in clear method of notation

(1) (b), (c) and (d)

(2) (a), (c) and (d)

(3) (a), (b) and (c)

(4) (a), (d) and (d)

Answer: (a), (b) and (d)

Q. Assertion (A): Formal communication tends to be fast and flexible

Reason (R): formal communication is a systematic and orderly flow of information.

(A) (A) is correct but, (R) is false

(B) (A) is false but, (R) is correct

(C) Both (A) and (R) correct and (R) is correct explanation of (A)

(D) Both (A) and (R) correct but (R) is not correct explanation of (A)

Answer: (A) is false but, (R) is correct

Q. When the purpose of a definition is to explain the use or to determine ambiguity the definition is called:

(A) Lexical

(B) Persuasive

(C) Stipulative

(D) Theoretical

Answer: Theoretical

Q. Inductive reasoning is grounded on:

(A) Uniformity of nature

(B) Harmony of nature

(C) Integrity of nature

(D) Unity of nature

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