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Roses always provide a stunning display of color, but only those flowers that smell sweet are worth growing in a garden. Some roses have no scent.

Which one the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the passage?


(A) Some flowers which provide a stunning display of color are not worth growing in a garden.

(B) All flowers with no scent provide a stunning display of color.

(C) Some flowers which are worth growing in a garden have no scent.

(D) Some roses which smell sweet are not worth growing in a garden.

(E) No sweet-smelling flower is worth growing in a garden unless it provides a stunning display of color.

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Roses always provide a stunning display of color, but only those flowers that smell sweet are worth growing in a garden. Some roses have no scent. Okay, say we have 10 roses, 4 are colorful and 5 are sweet and say 3 are colourful and sweet. So there maybe be roses ? that are neither colourful nor sweet.

Which one the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the passage?


(A) Some flowers which provide a stunning display of color are not worth growing in a garden. Yes , why? Because they don’t have good sweet smell. This must be correct answer.

(B) All flowers with no scent provide a stunning display of color. Extreme option, uses the word All.

(C) Some flowers which are worth growing in a garden have no scent. No, we need good scents in our garden.

(D) Some roses which smell sweet are not worth growing in a garden. - no, these roses are worth growing in the garden.

(E) No sweet-smelling flower is worth growing in a garden unless it provides a stunning display of color. Nah, we can grow sweet scented but not so colourful flowers.

A is the answer.

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Roses always provide a stunning display of color, but only those flowers that smell sweet are worth growing in a garden. Some roses have no scent.

Which one the following conclusions can be properly drawn from the passage?


(A) Some flowers which provide a stunning display of color are not worth growing in a garden.: Some flowers= some roses means no scent in these roses . but these roses display color, hence true.

(B) All flowers with no scent provide a stunning display of color. does not pass fact test.

(C) Some flowers which are worth growing in a garden have no scent.does not pass fact test.


(D) Some roses which smell sweet are not worth growing in a garden.does not pass fact test.


(E) No sweet-smelling flower is worth growing in a garden unless it provides a stunning display of color.does not pass fact test.

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