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Here providing questions related to statements and assumptions under Logical Reasoning for competitive exams. If you are also preparing for any competition exam then here you can practice with the help of important questions given.

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In various competitive exams, questions related to statement and argument are often asked in logical reasoning, in which the candidate is expected to choose the correct option from the argument given below the given statement in questions. Here providing questions related to statements and arguments under Logical Reasoning for competitive exams.

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The exam syllabus of all the exams like SSC, RRB, IBPS, RPSC, UPSC, etc. includes the Syllogism topic in the Logical Reasoning section. Syllogism topic is one of the challenging topics of Reasoning in competitive exams. Generally, questions related to Syllogism consist of two or more statements and these statements follow the number of conclusions...

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In the number series quiz, you are given some numbers as a series and you have to find the correct number according to this series. So continue your practice by these selective number series quiz for better results in your upcoming competitive exams.

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In this type of theme detection reasoning questions, a short paragraph is given after some statements. Passage can be on any subject. The passage will be followed by a question, which will be followed by some options. The candidate aims to read the passage carefully and answer the questions.

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In this section of logical deduction, the question consists of a brief passage (usually a report containing certain data regarding some social or economic problem), Followed by certain inferences based on it.

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The question on cause and effect reasoning are mainly designed to decide on a candidate’s ability to analyse a pair of given statements and to correlate them in terms of cause and effect.

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If both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

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Both statement (I) and (II) weakens but statement (III) strengthen the given statement.

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