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1. A majority of Americans surveyed believe religious liberty is under attack at present but that they will, or could, be finally protected in the future.

2. It is commonly thought in our society that preserving the environment is somehow linked with compromising on economic terms. However, studies show that the use of green technologies and renewable sources of energy should solve the energy crisis to a great extent without putting any burden on the existing natural resources, which means the economic growth of the country/region in question doesn't get hampered owing to environmental concerns. It is the greed to possess and enjoy as many luxuries as possible that has led to the state in which we find ourselves, today.

3. Even their most vociferous supporters concede that no less than a technological or scientific breakthrough is necessary before nuclear energy can meet the goal of providing half of the country’s energy needs.

Description: Before the arrival of a new trainer, the sales output in ATL learning systems had been rising by 20% per year on the average for the past ten years. However after new training innovations by the trainer (which include computerization of the training process and reductions in the need for additional work force) annual sales output has only risen by 10% this year. It appears that the new trainer's innovations have caused reduction in the annual growth rate.

4. Which of the following if true would most seriously weaken the conclusion above?

5. Despite the increasing number of people shopping online, Mecy’s executives are convinced that, just as one-third of travelers still prefer travel agents to self-service ticketing system, many people will still purchase in department store.

Description: College Board members strongly claimed that college athletes will never be paid for a salary to play for their schools. College athletes are easily awarded a scholarship worth $15,000 - $25,000 or more per year, plus a career after college that can be worth a million dollars over a lifetime. Additionally, the athletes receive all kinds of perks while they are in college, like staying at fancy hotels and being seen on national TV. It’s hard to put a price tag on all of that.

6. Which of the following, if true, most severely weakens the argument presented above?

7. Armed with the talents of a high intellect, an actor with extraordinary gifts and an ingenious criminal, Glen Callisterplayed an overbearing role in the sensationalisation of crime during the later part of the 20th century in the Indian sub continent.

Description: My grandfather says that most of the new clothes that he has purchased have fallen apart in a very short time. He also points out that most of the vintage clothes that he bought are still in excellent condition, even thought they were more than 15 yrs old when he bought them. So he concludes that clothes made today are inferior in terms of how long they last as compared to vintage clothes.

8. Which of the following, is a major weakness in his conclusion?

Description: Survivors of a horrific motor accident were immediately examined by a team of doctors. When asked whether they could talk, all of them replied ‘No’. The doctors have attributed this phenomenon to post-traumatic stress, arguing that stress causes the subject to disassociate into separate parts, and the part that listens to the question is disassociated from the part that replies.

9. Which of the following challenges would most weaken the attempted explanation described above?

Description: A recent report declaim that 80 percent of the people in this country now report that they know someone who is divorced. But the average divorce rate in this country is 4 percent, which means one out of 25 people should be divorced. So at any specific time if a person knows approximately 50 persons, two or more will very likely be divorced.

10. The conclusion drawn above depends on which of the following assumptions?

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