FREE Watson Glaser Interpretation Question and Answers

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Nobody has ever established that babies, who often catch up to their classmates by the age of 13, do not typically acquire weight slowly in the first few months of life.
No infant, regardless of how slowly they put on weight in the early months of life, failed to catch up to their 13-year-old peers.

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Explanation:
There is no proof that every baby (without exception) caught up to their peers who were 13 years old. The sentence just asserts that no one has ever shown contrary evidence.

Candidates for managerial positions must have experience and/or be assertive in a certain organization. For the position of department manager, there are 25 applicants, 15 of whom have experience and are confident.

There are one to ten outspoken, inexperienced applicants who applied for the position of department manager.

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Explanation:
There are one to ten outspoken, inexperienced applicants who applied for the position of department manager.

The second premise, which is an existing premise, says nothing about the other ten choices. Each of them has the option of being assertive but without experience, or assertive but lacking experience (they cannot be both). Although not expressly mentioned in the sentence, the notion of zero candidates being inexperienced and forceful is logically plausible. The conclusion does not follow as a result.

The nine-month-old infant I have at home normally accepts being put to bed, where she soon nods off. She sobs when I put her to bed, and she cries for an hour every time her grandparents come to visit in the evening.

When routines are altered, my baby often struggles to fall asleep.

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Explanation:
Although the proposed conclusion in this situation is more nuanced than it was in the preceding query, it nonetheless comes under the category of "reason fallacy."

Despite our initial instinct, there is no more compelling reason to believe that the cause of the baby's sleep issues is the one described in the preceding sample question.

Candidates for managerial positions must have experience and/or be assertive in a certain organization. For the position of department manager, there are 25 applicants, 15 of whom have experience and are confident.

The 25 probable applicants for the position of department manager might all have prior experience.

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Explanation:
The suggested conclusion is that all 25 candidates for the position of department manager might have prior experience.

The assumption is that 15 of the candidates have experience. The other 10 are left unmentioned, so any one of them potentially be encountered. The second premise gives the candidates the chance to have both attributes.

Numerous hundred AI researchers from the universities of Oxford and Yale were asked to assign dates to the various innovations. not just in the sphere of art, but also in activities like essay writing, translating, using, operating, driving a car, or putting together Lego. Although art is still one of the hardest things to master, AI scientists predict that by the year 2060, machines would dominate humans in all spheres.

Statement:
One of the hardest subjects for computers to outperform humans in is art.

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Explanation:
True. In a phrase that continues to discuss the struggle between humans and machines, it is stated that "art remains one of the toughest things."

The nine-month-old infant I have at home normally accepts being put to bed, where she soon nods off. She sobs when I put her to bed, and she cries for an hour every time her grandparents come to visit in the evening.

The main physiological cause of my baby's difficulty is that her grandparents feed her chocolates, and the sugar makes her hyperactive.

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Explanation:
The conclusion suggests a justification that is neither expressly stated in the text nor proven to be true. Basically, it is giving an explanation based on our unique, individual perceptions.

It's a race against time to treat a stroke. Oxygen and sugar cannot reach the brain's cells because of blood clots that block the blood supply. It then results in the brain cells dying quickly. According to recent research, certain brain cells could survive acute oxygen deprivation. Today's researchers want to create a medication that can mimic that phenomenon.

People who have had a stroke will not survive if they are not treated right away.

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Explanation:
The text refers to the loss of brain cells rather than necessarily the death of a person when it says that "curing a stroke is a race against time." For instance, partial damage from brain cell loss can include paralysis or a decline in motor skills. There is no evidence in the text to indicate a connection between the death of brain cells and real death, however plausible that may be.

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