1. Statement: Because of the large number of potholes in road X, reaching airport in time has become difficult. Assumptions: Reaching airport in time may not be always necessary. There is no other convenient road to the airport.






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  • By: guest on 01 Jun 2017 10.59 pm
    The statement presents the issue of 'not reaching airport in time' as a problem. This means that reaching airport in time is necessary. So, I is not implicit. Besides, it is mentioned that reaching airport in time has become difficult due to large number of potholes in road X. This implies that road X is the only possible way. So, II is implicit.
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