# It Takes a Good Telescope to See the Moons of Neptune. I Can’T See the Moons of Neptune with My Telescope. Therefore, I Do Not Have a Good Telescope. - Logical Reasoning

MCQ

It takes a good telescope to see the moons of Neptune. I  can’t see the moons of Neptune with my telescope.  Therefore, I do not have a good telescope.

#### Options

• It takes two to tango. You are doing the tango. Therefore, you have a partner

• If you have a surfboard, you can surf. You do not have a surfboard. Therefore, you cannot surf

• You can write a letter to your friend with a pencil. You do not have a pencil. Therefore, you cannot write a letter

• If you know the area of a circle, you can find its circumference. You cannot figure out the circumference. Therefore, you do not know the area

#### Solution

If you know the area of a circle, you can find its circumference. You cannot figure out the circumference. Therefore, you do not know the area

Explanation:

' If you know the area of a circle, you can find its circumference. You cannot figure out the circumference. Therefore, you do not know the area' follows the logic presented by the given statement and hence is the correct answer.

Concept: Statement and Arguments (Entrance Exam)
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