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Choose the most appropriate option after reading the following statements.
1. Whether due to haste or design, the new laws are marked by vagueness, leaving officials all down the organization’s bureaucratic chain great latitude in enforcing them.
2. The opacity of the language leaves the law open to manipulation on political grounds.
(1) Statement 2 can be induced from statement 1.
(2) Statement 1 can be induced from statement 2.
(3) Statement 2 can be deduced from statement 1.
(4) Statement 1 can be deduced from statement 2.
(5) Statement 1 and 2 are independent.
2. Choose the most appropriate option after reading the following statements.
1. If there is any endeavor whose fruits should be freely available, that endeavor is surely publicly financed science.
2. There is a widespread feeling that the journal publishers who have mediated the scientific exchange for the past century or more are
becoming an impediment to free distribution of knowledge.
3. Internet revolution is happening, making knowledge transfer cheaper. Technology permits it; researchers and politicians want
it, more public money can be spent on it.
(1) Statement 2 definitely illustrates statement 1. (2) Statement 3 is a facilitating condition for statement 1
(3) Statement 3 states a condition under which statement 1 would be invalid
(4) Statement 2 can be deduced from statement 3 but independent of Statement 1.
(5) Statement 1, 2 and 3 are necessarily independent