Explanation for Answers
- The word ‘Like a mad man’ shows that either a person is really mad or he is not mad but acted like a mad. So, either I or II is implicit.
- It follows from the statement, that books on this topic were available before also but they were not ‘lucid’. So, I is implicit. But a general comment as II cannot be made from the given statement. So, II is not implicit.
- The statement talks of ‘most people’ and not ‘all’. So, I is not necessarily true. The I is not implicit. The condition, if one does not stop smoking, cannot be deduction from the statement. So, II is also not implicit.
- Clearly, computer education can be started at the school level only if it is easy. I is implicit. In the statement, nothing is mentioned about the link between job and computer education. So, II is not implicit.
- The word ‘If’ in the statement shows that B may or may not want to publicise his products. So, I is not implicit. It is advised that advertisements be given in newspaper X. This means X will help advertise ‘better .e., it has wider circulation. So, II is implicit.