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Statements: Industrial Cities Are Highly Polluted. Pollution Means Diseases.Conclusions:People Who Live in Industrial Cities Become Immune to Diseases.People Living in Cities Which Are Not Industrial. - Logical Reasoning

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In the following question, certain statements are given followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. Consider the statement(s) to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Decide which one of the conclusions logically follows from the statement(s).

Statements: Industrial cities are highly polluted. Pollution means diseases.


  1. People who live in industrial cities become immune to diseases.
  2. People living in cities which are not industrial are healthier than those who live in industrial cities.

Choose the correct option:


  • If only conclusion I follows

  • If either conclusion I or II follows

  • If only conclusion II follows

  • If neither conclusion I nor II follows

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If neither conclusion I nor II follows
If industrial cities are polluted then people who live there cannot be immune to diseases as pollution means diseases. Pollution is not the only factor on which health is dependent, hence conclusion II cannot follow either.

Concept: Statement and Action (Entrance Exam)
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