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Question 1 of 7
Which two things are bridges the entire distance in a Sufficient Assumption?Correct
As a debater, the purpose will be to actively seek out the inherent gaps and flaws. So first identify the flaws in an argument and the conclusion of the argument is the main point, the most important part of the argument.
Question 2 of 7
Statements: All mangoes are golden in color. No golden-colored things are cheap. Conclusions: All mangoes are cheap. Golden-colored mangoes are not cheap.Correct
Conclusion 1 is not supportive, as all mangoes are golden and no golden thing is cheap, therefore no mango can't be cheap. But conclusion 2 is the following, as any golden-colored thing including mangoes can't be cheap.
Question 3 of 7
Jason enters six races: biking, canoeing, horseback riding, ice skating, running, and swimming. He places between first and fifth in each. Two places are consecutive only if the place numbers are consecutive. Jason's places in canoeing and running are consecutive. His places in ice skating and swimming are consecutive. He places higher in biking than in horseback riding. He places higher in canoeing than in running.
If Jason places higher in running than in biking and places higher in horseback riding than in ice skating, exactly how many of his rankings can be determined?Correct
We know that Jason ranks higher in canoeing than in running; higher in running than in biking; higher in biking than in horseback riding; higher in horseback riding than in ice skating; and that Jason's rankings in ice skating and swimming are consecutive.
C > R > B > H > I and SI or IS
Since Jason places from first through fifth in each race, he must place fourth in swimming and fifth in ice skating. In other words, since he must be ranked higher in four sports than in ice skating, his rank in ice skating must be fifth, which forces his rank in swimming to be fourth. That means that all of Jason's rankings can be determined.
Question 4 of 7
You will be able to categorize information while you read and have most or all of these questions answered already when you pause. However, if you don’t have a good handle on the text that you just read, it’s important to recognize that fact and try to get a better grasp. Asking the questions above can help.
What is the benefit of finishing “ Evaluate “?Correct
To evaluate is defined as to judge the value or worth of someone or something.
An example of evaluate is when a teacher reviews a paper in order to give it a grade.
Question 5 of 7
Anticipation might not seem like a crucial step—after all, you’re going to read the whole passage anyway—but think about how you approached the meeting with the boss. You were making predictions the whole time! Most of them weren’t right, but that’s not the point. Anticipating what was coming next kept you focused and alert throughout the conversation.
Which of the sentence collaborates the word “ Anticipate “?Correct
The definition of anticipating is to be happy and excited about something upcoming.
An example of anticipating is the feeling a woman gets as she looks forward to her wedding day.
Question 6 of 7
John is in a sports club. There, one member can maximum be active in just two sports. John loves to play golf. However, he does have an interest in several other sports.
If the statement is true, which of the following CANNOT be true?Correct
Here we can see, John can only play one sport. Though it's not mentioned, (I) necessarily doesn't need to be false. John can have as many interests he wants, he just doesn't need to play them. (III) can be true as John can play 2 sports. But (IV) can't be true as John already plays golf.
Question 7 of 7
An advertising executive must schedule the advertising during a particular television show. Seven different consecutive time slots are available for advertisements during a commercial break and are numbered one through seven in the order that they will be aired. Seven different advertisements B, C, D, F, H, J, and K must be aired during the show. Only one advertisement can occupy each time slot. The assignment of the advertisements to the slots is subject to the following restrictions:
B and D must occupy consecutive time slots.
B must be aired during an earlier time slot than K.
D must be aired during a later time slot than H.
If H does not occupy the fourth time slot, then F must occupy the fourth time slot.
K and J cannot occupy consecutively numbered time slots.
1.Which of the following could be a possible list of the advertisements in the order that they are aired?Correct
(I) can't be correct as D must
be in a later time slot than H. This answer choice has D in an earlier time slot. Also in (II), B and D must occupy consecutive time slots! In this answer choice, B and D are not consecutive. And in (IV), K and J cannot occupy consecutive time slots! In this answer choice, K and J are next to each other.