Formulas For Objective Reasoning

Formula for Objective Reasoning-

Definition: Objective reasoning is reasoning according to logical and objective standards. It is basically based on statement and conclusion. A statement is a group of words which are arranged in such a way that they form a meaningful sentence. On the contrary, a conclusion is a judgment made after reviewing the given statement. Additionally, a conclusion is an opinion made after researching a fact or statement provided by someone. For example,

Question 1.

To give an elite education to their children, parents today are ready to pay any amount.

I.  All parents are very rich these days
II. Parents are obsessed for perfect development of their children.

A. Only conclusion I follows
B. Only conclusion II follows
C. Either I or II follows
D.Neither I nor II follows
E. Both I and II follows

Correct Answer: B


The statement points that people are motivated towards providing their children an elite education. All parents are rich or not, it is not mentioned in the statement. Hence, only conclusion II follows and I does not.

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