If You Go to China, You Can Find Chinese Toys I Didn'T Find Chinese Toys. I Found Chinese Toys. I Went to the Fair. I Didn'T Go to China. - Logical Reasoning

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The main statement is followed by four sentences. Select a pair of sentences that relate logically to the given statement.
If you go to China, You can find Chinese toys

  1. I didn't find Chinese toys.
  2. I found Chinese toys.
  3. I went to the fair.
  4. I didn't go to China.

Options

  • CB

  • CD

  • AD

  • DA

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Solution

Statement: IF X is True then Y must be true
Hence Conclusion can be
IF x is true then Y is true
If not Y is not true then not X is not true.
Only option AD satisfy the statement.

Concept: Analytical and Logical Reseasoning
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