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In this Question, Read the Given Argument Or Statement Carefully, Making Any Factual Assumptions Necessary. Then Choose the Best Answer Out of the Four Choices to the Question Asked. - Logical Reasoning

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In this question, read the given argument or statement carefully, making any factual assumptions necessary. Then choose the best answer out of the four choices to the question asked. Note that not all the facts given will be relevant for determining the answer. `In order to be eligible for election to the Lok Sabha, a person must be at least 25 years of age. Moreover, one must not be bankrupt. Therefore, Iatinder Sir.gh, over 50 years of age and without any criminal convictions, cannot be the Speaker of the Lok Sabha since he has just filed' for bankruptcy.' Which of the following must be assumed for the conclusion to follow logically?

Options

  • Anyone over 50 years of ago is eligible to be Speaker of the Lok Sabha as long as he or she has no criminal convictions.

  • People without criminal convictions cannot be elected to the Lok Sabha even if they are not bankrupt.

  • Only those eligible for election to the Lok Sabha are eligible to be the Speaker of the Lok Sabha.

  • There is no minimum age requirement for the Speaker of the Lok Sabha.

Solution

Only those eligible for election to the Lok Sabha are eligible to be the Speaker of the Lok Sabha.

Concept: Statement and Assumption (Entrance Exam)
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