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Statement: The Chairman of the company urged all the employees to refrain from making long personal calls during working hours in order to boost productivity.

Assumptions: .

  1. Majority of the employees may respond positively to the Chairman's appeal.
  2. Most of the employees may continue to make long personal calls during working hours.

Only I is implicit.


Only II is implicit.


Either I or II is implicit.


Neither I nor II is implicit.

Ans: a

assumption (I) is implicit because employees cannot neglect chairman appeal.

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