# Deductive Reasoning

## Trending Questions

**Q.**0.123 bar is equal to ........

(a) 122/990

(b) 122/100

(c) 122/99

(d) 122/1000

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Long note on bearded man of Harappan civilization.

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Which comes first, theory or research?

Theory, because otherwise you are working in the dark

Research, because thats the only way you can develop a theory

It depends on your point of view

The question is meaningless, because you cant have one without the other

**Q.**Use deductive reasoning to answer the following-

All birds have feathers.

Robins are birds.

- birds are robins
- robins have feathers
- robins are not birds
- robins don't have feathers

**Q.**Science is based on deductive reasoning and mathematics is based on inductive reasoning.

- True
- False

**Q.**Use deductive logic and conclude for the following statements-

All squares are rectangles.

All rectangles have four sides.

- squares don't have four sides.
- all rectangles are squares.
- squares don't have sides.
- all squares have four sides.

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Which Of The Following Is Not A Python Ide?

Idle

Spyder

Sublime Text

Jupyter Notes

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Maximum and minimum number of points of intersection of three lines are A and B respectively. Then A+B = ?

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Two lines are parallel to each other, only when

Their point of intersection is at infinity

The lines lie on the same plane

They do not intersect each other when extended on either side

They are parallel to the plane in which they lie

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If $x+\sqrt{5}=4+\sqrt{y}$ , then $x+y=$ ______. (where $x$ and $y$ are rational)

9

10

11

12

**Q.**Deductive reasoning involves-

- Generalising results to the population
- Reasoning from general to the particular
- Reasoning from particular to the general
- None of these

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Three lines are concurrent if they have a common point.True or False?

False

True

**Q.**In how many lines two distinct planes can intersect?

**Q.**What is the difference between spike and spiklet?

**Q.**"Be careful around bees, they might sting you". How can we understand this deduction?

- The reasoning is understood that you should trust the bees.
- The reasoning is understood that all bees might sting.
- The reasoning is understood that we should always be around the bees.
- The reasoning is understood that we should never be careful.

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Question 78

In the following question, state whether the given statement is true (T) or false (F).

Sum of two consecutive odd numbers is always divisible by 4.

**Q.**State true or false.

All numbers ending in 0 or 5 are divisible by 5.

The number 53 starts with a 5, so it is divisible by 5.

- True
- False

**Q.**

Complete The Sentence With A Suitable Option: She Presented Me With A ________ Of Flowers.

Galaxy

Troupe

Cluster

Bouquet.

**Q.**"Lines are parallel if they do not intersect, " prove the above with suitable diagram.

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What is the difference between inductive and deductive reasoning?

**Q.**Prakashan is a South Indian; South indian people eat rice.

- Prakashan eats rice
- Rice is South Indian
- South Indian people don't eat rice
- Prakashan is not South Indian

**Q.**Deduct the conclusion using following statements

'Rose is a flower' , 'Flowers has fragrance'

- Flower is not a rose
- Rose has fragrance
- All flowers are rose.
- Rose does not have fragrance

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If two lines are collinear, they -

are parallel to each other

have infinite points of intersection

have only one point of intersection

Both A&B

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Two distinct lines in a plane can have two points in common.

True

False

**Q.**Sentences that are assumed to be true for the purposes of deductive reasoning are called

**Q.**Deduct the conclusion from following statements:

Scientist are intelligent, Tarun is scientist.

- Scientist can be tarun only.
- Tarun is intelligent.
- Tarun is not intelligent.
- Intelligent peoples can be scientist only.

**Q.**Jack lives in Britain, people living in Britain speak English, then from this we can conclude

- Jack speaks English
- Jack dont speak English
- Jack does not speak English
- English is not spoken by Britains

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How do you use Boolean logic $?$

**Q.**Ayush is younger than Harshal , Harshal is younger than Prasad, then from these statements we can conclude

- Ayush is younger than Prasad
- Ayush is older than Harshal
- Harshal is oldest
- Prasad is youngest

**Q.**'Utensils are made from metals' and 'Pan is a utensil' deducting above statements we say that

- Utensils are metals
- Pan is made from metal
- metals are not used in utensils other than pans
- Pan is not made from metal