Ravi is too intelligent to fail in the examination. Assumption I: Very intelligent boys do not fail in the examinations. Assumption II: Those who are not intelligent at all may fail in the examinations. [5168]

Q) Ravi is too intelligent to fail in the examination.
Assumption I: Very intelligent boys do not fail in the examinations.
Assumption II: Those who are not intelligent at all may fail in the examinations.

Options:
A)assumption I is implicit
B) assumption II is implicit,
C) both I and II are implicit
D) neither of them is implicit.

Answer

C) both I and II are implicit | Explanation:Too intelligent means very intelligent so assumption I is implicit. On the other hand if some one is very much intelligent he rarely fails and that who is not intelligent at all may fail. So. assumption II is also implicit.

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