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4 Tricks for Solving All Statement Assumption Problems

## STATEMENT ASSUMPTION PROBLEMS

• Reporter to Minister at Nuclear Missile Launch Function

• Reporter: Are you in favour of nukes?

• Minister: Anything for defence of country!

• Minister strongly supports nuclear program!

• There are something money can’t buy – for everything else there is master card

• World is Divided in Two Kinds of Things

• Newton’s Gravitational Theory is valid

• Speed of object is much less than the speed of light

• India is increasing the defence spending.

• Expenditure on social projects would decrease.

• Amount of funding is fixed.

## Format of Question

Statement

• Assumption I:

• Assumption II:

Mention:

• Only assumption I is implied/implicit

• Only assumption II is implied/implicit

• Either I or II is implied/implicit

• Neither I nor II is implied/implicit

• Both I and II are implied/implicit

## Examples

Statement: Never before such a lucid book was available on the topic.

Assumptions:

I. Some other books were available on this topic.

II. You can write lucid books on very few topics.

A. Only assumption I is implied/implicit

B. Only assumption II is implied/implicit

C. Either I or II is implied/implicit

D. Neither I nor II is implied/implicit

Statement: “Computer education should start at schools itself.”

Assumptions:

I. Learning computers is easy.

II. Computer education fetches jobs easily.

A. Only assumption I is implied

B. Only assumption II is implied

C. Either I or II is implied

D. Neither I nor II is implied

Statement: Consider to consult us before making any decision on investment.

Assumptions:

I. You may take a wrong decision if you don’t consult us.

II. It is important to take a right decision.

A. Only assumption I is implied

B. Only assumption II is implied

C. Either I or II is implied

D. Both I and II are implicit

Statement: Government has permitted unaided colleges to increase their fees.

Assumptions:

I. Unaided colleges are in financial difficulties.

II. Aided colleges do not need to increase fees.

A. Only assumption I is implied

B. Only assumption II is implied

C. Either I or II is implied

D. Neither I nor II is implied

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