Discussion :: Statement and Assumption - Section 4 (Q.No.24)
In each question below is given a statement followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement.
- (A) If only assumption I is implicit
- (B) If only assumption II is implicit
- (C) If either I or II is implicit
- (D) If neither I nor II is implicit
- (E) If both I and II are implicit.
|Apdz said: (Jul 2, 2011)|
|Why is A incorrect? The statement states the cause of "all problems" in a family... assumption I. mentions "every problem" is caused by something... that something according to the statement could be "money" ... so why is A incorrect?|
|Raghu said: (Nov 11, 2011)|
|Yes, why A is incorrect ?
Every problem is caused by something.
|Sonika said: (Jul 11, 2013)|
|Both 1 and II should be correct II because money is always there in the family though little so problems are always present and I is correct as it is mention there "all problems".|
|Neeraj said: (Jul 27, 2013)|
|Both I and II are not correct because both are directly not related with question.|
|Pramodw said: (Apr 8, 2014)|
|Every problem is caused by something. Boss think that I have gained less marks in your test that means I have done something wrong to write answer hence I have got less marks or problem, hence my answer I think is right one.|
|Glen said: (Jun 15, 2014)|
|It is clearly stated the ALL problems have money as the root cause. Hence, it follows that all problems have something as the cause and that something is money. To say otherwise is saying money is not something.|
|Jovita said: (Jun 19, 2014)|
|I think the first option is right.
Money is the root cause of all the problems in a family.
So obviously Every problem is caused by something.
Option 2 is not related because. Problems are caused by something, that doesn't imply every family should have a problem.
So I think option 1 is right.
|Penny said: (Jun 30, 2014)|
|I think II is also implicit.
Families have money. Money is the root cause of all problems. Some families with money must have problems.
|Upasana said: (Oct 4, 2014)|
|Money is the root cause of all the problems. So, the problems are caused by money. Money is definitely some'thing'. So, if problems are caused by money, they are definitely caused by something. Option 1 is definitely implied.|
|Akas said: (Jan 18, 2015)|
|If money is root cause of all problems in a family, every family has money so every family has problems.|
|Stoph said: (May 29, 2015)|
|I'm not sure I like the reasoning but here's the best I can see.
Not one because it says "All problems" and not just family problems. So a problem with, say, a job might not be due to money.
Not every family has problems, I suppose. Just because they have money, doesn't mean that the money WILL cause a problem, just that if there is a family problem, it'll be caused by the money.
Kind of like saying "All wrecks are caused by cars". Just because you have a car, it doesn't mean that you most definitely will be in a wreck.
|Kaveri said: (Jun 18, 2015)|
|What is implicit?|
|Nick Dunkin said: (Jun 26, 2015)|
|I got this wrong, but I think the test answer is correct for the following reasons:
1) We don't know that all problems are caused by something. We only know that family problems are caused by something.
3) Some families may have no problems.
|Trishul said: (Jul 16, 2015)|
|I is definitely implicit. Remove that assumption and you will find that the statement doesn't hold true anymore because it says all problems in a family are caused by money.|
|Gaurav said: (Jul 22, 2016)|
|I think both I and II are implicit.
Because it is the universal truth there is always a cause for every problem.
And there is always some sort of unfinished talk or a problem that arises in a family.
|Param said: (Aug 22, 2016)|
|The answer is E.|
|Bastian said: (Apr 13, 2018)|
|Why not option 1?|
|Kevin said: (Oct 29, 2019)|
|After reading the answer by @Neeraj I felt enlightened!
The statement: Given a family F, suppose Pf is a problem with the family and Rpf is the root cause of the problem. Then it is necessarily true that R is money.
I: There exists a cause c for any problem p.
II: There exists a problem p for any family f.
So from this, I can see that my usual understanding of "implicit assumption" is OK for this problem. I am not sure yet if I have been missing similar logic issues in other of these questions I've been attempting to analyze.
|Miu said: (Dec 6, 2019)|
|I also don't understand why A is incorrect. It's still there, like it's still true though, right? Doesn't every problem originate somewhere? Please clarify again, thanks!|
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