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How to deal with Draw Conclusion Questions

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Another Tuesday, and another video! This week, learn how you can save time on a special type of critical reasoning question that asks you to draw conclusions.



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Hey I hope you can all help me with these arguments.


An old lady asked a trusted locksmith to install special locks at the doors of her house before she left for a three-day visit to her daughter next town. The locksmith did a good job of bolting the front door which could be opened from inside. When the old lady came back, the locksmith helped her carefully to unlock the front door and open all the windows.

CONCLUSION:
1. The front door could not be opened from outside.
2. The locksmith need not put special locks at the door.
3. The windows were not all closed when the old lady left.
4. The style of locks at the door of the house was obsolete.
5. The locksmith lives in another town.


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If fish cannot breed, they will die. Coral reefs are the only breeding places of fish. All coral reefs will be destroyed by humans twenty years from now.

CONCLUSION:
1. New species of fish will appear.
2. Coral reefs will form in the deepest sea.
3. Seas and oceans will have higher salt content.
4. Fishes will be very expensive.
5. Fishes will cease to exist.

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All illusions and deceptions are believable. This news report is not believable. This annual report is believable. Some illusions and deceptions are amusing.

CONCLUSION:
1. This annual report is amusing.
2. This annual report is an illusion and deception.
3. This news report is not true.
4. This news report is amusing.
5. This news report is not an illusion or a deception.

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People who love the Philippines believe that their children must be taught everything by using the Filipino language. School administrators mandate that English be the language of instruction for Science and Math.

CONCLUSION:
1. School administrators believe we can learn Science and Math better in English.
2. School administrators do not love the Philippines.
3. School administrators are pressured by parents to teach in English.
4. Children understand Science and Math better in English.
5. Children do not love the Philippines.

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Foods rich in fat are rich in cholesterol. Some types of cholesterol are bad for the heart. Chicken skin is rich in fat.

CONCLUSION:
1. Foods rich in cholesterol are rich in fat.
2. Foods rich in fat are bad for the heart.
3. Chicken skin is not bad for the heart.
4. Chicken skin is bad for the heart.
5. Chicken skin is rich in cholesterol.

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All flowers are fragrant. Some flowers are brightly colored. Gumamela is a kind of flower. Sabila is not a kind of flower.

CONCLUSION:
1. Some brightly colored flowers are fragrant.
2. Sabila is not brightly colored.
3. Sabila is not fragrant.
4. Gumamela is brightly colored.
5. Gumamela is fragrant.

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