In these questions, two statements are given followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to consider both the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions is/are definitely drawn from the given statements.

Question 146

Statements :
In order to be selected for the local cricket team, a person should be either a good batsman or bowler.
Shyam is selected for the team.
I. Shyam is a good batsman.
II. Shyam is not a good bowler.


Shyam got selected in the team means that:
1. He is a good batsman
OR 2. He is a good bowler
OR 3. He is both a good bowler and a good batsman

Any of these 3 situations is possible. If Shyam is a good batsman doesn't mean that he is a bad bowler. We only know that he is a good batsman and thus, got selected to the team. Same logic applies if Shyam is a good bowler. 
Hence, neither I or II follows with certainty. 

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