CSEET Logical Reasoning MCQs (15 Questions) - Deep Gyan®

CSEET Logical Reasoning MCQs (15 Questions)

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The article ‘The Importance of Logical Thinking in the Workplace’ is writen by ________________
Doyle Alison in his article _________________ stated that Logical thinkers observe and analyze phenomena, reactions and feedback and then draw conclusions based on that input.
Logical thinkers observe and analyze phenomena, reactions, and feedback and then draw conclusions based on that input. They can justify their strategies, actions, and decisions based on the facts they gather. This statement is given by
Connections between a given sentence and some other sentence are known as _________
In an inference the given sentence is known as ___________ and other sentence is known as ___________.
_________ are the basic building blocks of logical reasoning.
The Greek philosopher ___________ is credited with being the first to develop a formal system of logical reasoning.
Inferences are applied to _______ options: numbers etc.
In Ancient India, the ________________ [Nasadiya Sukta] of the Rig Veda contains various logical divisions that were later recast formally as the four circles of catuskoti.
The four circles of ___________ are: "A", "not A", "A and not A" and "not A and not not A.
Aristotle produced six works on logic, known collectively as the ______
Every statement is either true or false. This is known as Law of _________
No statement is both true and false. This is known as Law of __
No statement is both true and false. This is known as Law of ____________
_________is perhaps most famous for introducing the syllogism.

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