Cause and Effect 2
I. There is a possibility of snowfall in the next week.
II. The handloom industries have increased their production by 40%.
The possibility of snowfall in the coming week will increase the need and use of woolen wear. To meet the increased demand, the handloom industries will increase their production.
I. Tom was not granted a visa to the UK.
II. Tom's flight to Manchester was delayed by at least 10 hours.
There are many reasons for which a visa cannot be granted. It has nothing to do with the flight delay. So, Statement I is the effect of an independent cause. Similarly, flights don't get delayed if a passenger is not having the visa. So, Statement II is also the effect of an independent cause.
I. Salman's movie has crossed the 300 crores mark at the box-office.
II. His movie is nominated for the Oscars.
The movie has crossed the 300 crores mark would not be the reason for being nominated for the Oscars and, vice versa. There must be a common cause for both the effects which is that the movie is very good and therefore appreciated by both public and critics.
I. Ram has not paid the rent.
II. He has not arrived yet.
There can be many reasons for not paying the rent. So, Statement I is the effect of an independent cause. Similarly, there can be many reasons for not arriving yet. So, statement II is also an effect of an independent cause.
I. The state government has increased the duty on mid-sized cars.
II. Last year the state government had hiked taxes for all industrial activities.
These two statements are not related to each other as they refer to two different things: duty on mid-sized cars and hiked taxes for industries. Furthermore, they are not effects of anything rather such rules affect other things like sales. So, they are independent causes.
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