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Cognizant Inferred Meaning Quiz – 1

Question 1

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Passage The most recent case of euthanasia in India was that of a Mumbai couple who approached the courts to seek medical termination of a pregnancy after the legally permissible abortion time limit had been crossed. According to the parents, the foetus had been detected to have serious disabilities which would affect the quality of life of the child if born. The court denied them permission, giving its own logic underlining the unborn baby’s right to live despite disabilities.  Fortunately or unfortunately, the issue was resolved in a different way when the mother suffered a miscarriage a little later and lost the baby. Globally, in a landmark case, a British teenage girl won the right to die the way she wants. Terminally ill Hanah Jones, just 13 years old, has spent much of the past eight years in hospital wards undergoing treatment for leukaemia. Euthanasia is complex because the issue is attached to ending life, voluntarily. Surprisingly, today it has been legalised only in a handful of countries. But here too and elsewhere the many forms of euthanasia have been taken into consideration.

1. The courts in India have the authority to sanction euthanasia.

2. The courts consider the age of the foetus before granting permission for abortion. 3. It is fortunate that the Mumbai couple lost the baby.

4. The author is against legalising euthanasia.

5. The British courts allow anyone to die the way one want.

 

Aswers:

1) The Mumbai couple approached the court because the courts have the authority to sanction euthanasia. Hence, the inference is definitely  true.

 

if you think that the answer is definitely true. (Answer)

if you think that the answer is definitely true. (Answer)

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

if the answer is definitely false.

if the answer is definitely false.

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Question 2

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In the first passage, the couple approached the court as the legally permissible abortion time limit had been crossed. From this we can definitely conclude that there is a legally permissible time limit for abortion. So, the inference is definitely true.

if you think that the answer is definitely true.

if you think that the answer is definitely true.

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

if the answer is definitely false.

if the answer is definitely false.

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Question 3

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At the end of the first paragraph “Fortunately or unfortunately the issue.....lost the baby”. The author himself is not sure whether the incident is fortunate or unfortunate. So, the inference is definitely false.

if you think that the answer is definitely true.

if you think that the answer is definitely true.

if the answer is probably false.

if the answer is probably false.

if the answer is definitely false

if the answer is definitely false

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

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Question 4

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In the second paragraph it is given that “surprisingly today it has been.... countries”. From this we can conclude that the author is in favour of euthanasia. Hence, the inference is definitely false.

if you think that the answer is definitely true.

if you think that the answer is definitely true.

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question

if the answer is definitely false.

if the answer is definitely false.

if the answer is probably false.

if the answer is probably false.

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Question 5

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No where in the world one can die in the way one want, but if the person cannot be soured by any medical treatment, those persons can die that to with the permission of the courts. So, the inference is definitely false.

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if you think that the answer is probably true.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

if the data provided is inadequate to answer the question.

if the answer is definitely false.

if the answer is definitely false.

if the answer is probably false.

if the answer is probably false.

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Question 6

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Should there be a law to punish parents who get their minor children married? Arguments: I. Yes, a minor girl is physiologically not prepared to conceive a baby. II. No, this has been a custom prevailing since many centuries.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

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Question 7

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Should the institute conduct classes in remote villages? Arguments: I. Yes, this will help those students who belong to villages and cannot visit urban ares for studies. II. No, this is not an economically viable proposal, as the number of students who attend such classes cannot contribute to break-even.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

If both I and II are strong.

If both I and II are strong.

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Question 8

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Are there any good politicians left in this world?

Arguments:

I. Yes, so many poor people are sustaining themselves and improving economically. II. No, there is nothing in this world which is completely good or completely bad.

 

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

if both I and II are strong.

if both I and II are strong.

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Question 9

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Are these sanctuaries, which are meant to protect the endangered animals, necessary? Arguments: I. Yes, these are necessary as it is our responsibility to conserve environment and to provide posterity with a better world to live in. II. No, these are a huge burden on our receding economy.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

if both I and II are strong.

if both I and II are strong.

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Question 10

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Should the teachers be stopped from beating the students? Arguments: I. Yes, child psychologies say that beating hinders the learning process in a child. II. No, spare the cane and spoil the child.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument I is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if only argument II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if either I or II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

if neither I nor II is strong.

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