Choices A and B are extreme view points. They cannot be perfect conclusions that can be supported by the given premises. Choice D is totally irrelevant in the context of the given statements. Choice E talks about revisions of military training program. Whereas the passage talks about the availability of the electronic gadgets in the modern times to increase efficient performance of the air pilots. Choice C alone can be the correct conclusion that can be best supported by the information given in the above stated passage.
Choices C, D and E have expressed lop-sided views, taking extreme generalized forms of behavior. Choice C has considered only the behavior of the father. hence it is incorrect in the same way as choice A which has considered only the maternal behavior. In fact choice B is correct only because it is an assumption including both father and motherís exhibition of acceptance or rejection as concluded by the psychologists in the given passage that íone specific set of parental behaviors towards children .........í . The word parental includes both mother and fatherís behavior. Therefore choice B is the correct answer.
The other choices A, B and D are wrong. Choice E says something different. It is wrong because the possibility that it rains and hails and snows on Monday is all included and not excluded. In this question we have to look for a parallel - an analogous pair. The premise should be understood as having the form "If you draw a ball from the Urn, it will be blue, while if you draw a ball from that Urn it will be either yellow or orange". Thus the conclusion seems equivalent to the statement "If your donít draw from boh Urns you get at most two different colors". Hence choice C seems the best parallel to the given argument if it is understood in the right manner.
The entire premises is based on the assumption that " in case visible stars were constituting all their mass." They are moving faster with reference to one another than they would ..........all the mass. Choice C is the best assumption underlying the passage above.
The geologists have formed a theory based on the observations they have deduced from the scientific evidences available to them. Choice D is more true as it indicates that the newest craters and cinder cones as spotted on the eastern margin of the trail are strongly supportive of the theory drawn by the geologists in the given passage. Choice A is deceptively true. C is irrelevant. Choice E observes craters on the western margin. So it is correct.