Making Judgments ( 21 to 25 )

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APTITUDE QUESTIONS (MAKING JUDGMENTS):

21. Smokers who start smoking at an early age are less likely to quit smoking.


A)    If the interference is definitely true.

B)    If the interference is probably true.

C)    If the interference cannot be determined.

D)    If the interference is probably false.

E)    If the interference is definitely false.

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Answer: option (C)

Explanation:

 

22. Non-smokers who are victims of passive smoking have one-third death rate as

compared to smokers.

A)    If the interference is definitely true.

B)    If the interference is probably true.

C)    If the interference cannot be determined.

D)    If the interference is probably false.

E)    If the interference is definitely false.

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Answer: option (D)

Explanation:

 

23. Non-smoking adults who surround smokers constantly are less likely to be harmed.

A)    If the interference is definitely true.

B)    If the interference is probably true.


C)    If the interference cannot be determined.

D)    If the interference is probably false.

E)    If the interference is definitely false.

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Answer: option (C)

Explanation:

 

24. If parents stop smoking, then their children are less likely to give up smoking.

A)    If the interference is definitely true.

B)    If the interference is probably true.

C)    If the interference cannot be determined.

D)    If the interference is probably false.

E)    If the interference is definitely false.

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Answer: option (D)

Explanation:

 

25. Quit smoking at an old age does not reduce the chances of health risk.

A)    If the interference is definitely true.

B)    If the interference is probably true.

C)    If the interference cannot be determined.

D)    If the interference is probably false.

E)    If the interference is definitely false.

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Answer: option (E)

Explanation:

 

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