free Online Test Statement and Argument Questions and Answers Quiz 1
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"To err is human; to forgive, divine."
- Alexander Pope
Directions (1 - 10): In making decisions about important
questions, it is desirable to be able to distinguish between
'strong' arguments and weak arguments so far as they
relate to the question. "Strong' arguments are those which
are both important and directly related to the questions.
'Weak' arguments are those which are of minor importance
and also may not be directly related to the questions or
may be related to a trivial aspect of the question.
Each question below is followed by two arguments
numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the
arguments is a 'strong' argument and which is a 'weak'
$Q.$ Should all those who have come in contact with
the potients suffering from the dreaded infections
respiratory disease be quarantined in their house ?
I. No, nobody should be quarantined unless
they are tested and found to be infected by the virus causing
II. Yes, this is the only way to control the spread of the
Only argument I seems to be streng. The use of
term 'only' in the argument II makes it invalid. Any disease
can be checked by detecting causative organism and
treating it properly. If the disease is contagious, the people
suffering from the disease should be provided with suitable
Only argument I seems to be streng. If the rate of
interest for term deposits of varying durations in banks be kept uniform, no people will keep their money for longar
duration. Argument II is not desirable and hence it is mt
Both the arguments seerns to be strong. Ineffecüre
candidates should be discouraged to contest elections for
sustaining vibrant democracy. On the other hand, it isa
democratic right to contest elections and as such no person
can be debarred from contesting elections if he is eligibe
Only argument I seerns to be strong. The provision
of severe punishments may have some effects and people
will refrain from committing such heinous acts as homicide.
Considering the severity of crimes such persons should be
Only argument I seerns to be strong. Argument I is
in accordance with the fundamental rights guaranteed to
the Citizens by the Constitution of India. How this step will
ensure equitable distribution of resources ? This question
remains unanswered. Therefore, argument II is not strong
Neither of the arguments seerns to be strong. War
should be avoided at any cost as it aggravates the Situation
rather than solving any problem. However, sometimes war
becomes inevitable to ensure peace and security environment