Statements & Conclusions

 Statements & Conclusions

Sentence formation encompasses a variety of perspectives and understandings. These perceptions and points of view describe a person's thinking. Statements assist in describing a person's point of view or viewpoint clearly and concisely

The conclusion is the phase of logical reasoning in which a fact is understood from a statement. The fact that is read or stated to a person is referred to as a statement. Statements are concise summaries of a person’s thought process. The ability to derive a conclusion from a sentence is entirely contingent on the statement read or heard. It is possible to say that the statement and conclusion are inextricably linked. There can’t be a conclusion if there aren’t any statements, to begin with. Direct conclusions can sometimes be inferred from a remark. On the other hand, there are occasions when an indirect conclusion in a statement has to be investigated by the readers or listeners. The ability to infer an indirect conclusion from a statement is entirely reliant on the one doing the analysis. There are several techniques for deducing a conclusion from a statement that will result in a flawless grasp of fact from a statement.

Types Of conclusion from a statement

The conclusion has two types, namely direct conclusion and indirect conclusion.

Direct Conclusion– Conclusions that can be directly understood from a statement are called direct conclusions. Understanding this kind of conclusion requires reading the statements with full attention, and then the understanding of the primary fact from the statement can be easily done. 

Indirect Conclusion-Indirect conclusions are not direct conclusions that can be easily understood from a statement. These kinds of conclusions are needed to be understood by analysing the statement that we read.  The statement consists of many kinds of complex things and mentions which need to be analysed keeping into consideration all the factors and forces which are mentioned in it. 

Statement and conclusion Tricks

Whenever a sentence consists of more than one sentence then this sentence becomes a complex sentence. The complex sentences consist of more than one fact. Therefore, there are requirements for understanding all the information and facts which consist of a sentence. 

There is no need of finding a truthful notion in a statement. The understanding of the statement is required for a pupil to answer some kind of understanding or questions from the statement. As a result, there is no need to assume something. 

The keywords are needed to be taken into consideration properly by which the primary understanding and fact from the statement can be analysed. 

Whenever there is more than one conclusion, then both conclusions are interrelated to each other. As a result, it is needed to analyse both the conclusions of that statement. 

The entire statement needs to be read and understood before drawing any kind of conclusion. 

The length of the statement does not determine the conclusion. The entire fact written in the statement consists of the primary facts or ideas which we draw as a conclusion. 

Examples of statement and conclusion 

Example of direct conclusion from a statement

Statement– Mahesh is the only son of Trisha and Sambit

Conclusion 1– Trisha and Sambit have one son. 

Conclusion 2– Mahesh has one sister. 

Explanation– From the above statement, the conclusion drawn is that  Mahesh is the only son of Trisha and Sambit. Therefore the understanding is that Mahesh has no brother. However, it can also be understood that maybe Mahesh has a sister. There is no mention of the daughter of Sambit and Trisha. However, it can be said that conclusion 1 is the correct conclusion here because it is the only valid factor that we can understand. The second conclusion is totally based upon assumptions which are not needed to be done here. Still, it can be said that the second conclusion may or may not be correct. 

Example of indirect conclusion from a statement

Statement- Shreeja has decided to shortlist the candidates who have secured more than 8o % in their education. Deep has secured 83% in 10th, 76% in 12th, and 85% in graduation. 

Conclusion 1 – Deep will be shortlisted.

Conclusion 2 – Deep will not be shortlisted. 

Explanation- Here, we arrive at the conclusion that Deep has secured more than 80% in his 10th and graduation. However he has not secured more than 8-0% in his 12th therefore, we can come easily to the conclusion that he will not be shortlisted by Shreeja. The conclusion is indirect; however, it can be derived by analysing the factors. 


From the above discussion, it can be concluded that statements and conclusions are interrelated to each other. It is a statement that provides a framework for understanding various views and perspectives of someone. In addition to this, it is also used for the process of providing knowledge or opinion about a fact. Statements also act as a source of communication. The conclusions which are drawn need to be followed up by proper analysis of the statements. There are tricks of understanding the conclusion from the statement. Two kinds of conclusions are there from a statement and they are needed to be understood critically by reading the statement correctly.