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Critical Reasoning: Inference Questions

In City Cyclemania, all the bicycles were painted black.

Which of the following can properly be inferred from the statement above?

Incorrect.

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This answer choice strays too far from the premise as we know nothing about the reasons for the bikes being painted black.

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We know that all bicycles in Cyclemania were painted black, therefore a non-black item cannot be a bicycle.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice strays too far from the premise given which only states that the bikes in Cyclemania are black; there may be other bicycles in other places which are black as well.

Incorrect.

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This answer choice strays too far from the premise given which only states that the bikes there are black; there may be other items which are black as well.

In City Cyclemania, if there is an item which is black, it must be a bicycle.
If a bicycle is not a bicycle from City Cyclemania, then it is not black.
If an item from City Cyclemania is not black, then it cannot be a bicycle.
Bicycles are painted black to help prevent thefts.
The city believes that a uniform color for bicycles looks good.