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MAT –Past papers:

MAT –Past papers MAT- UNSOLVED PAPER –MAY- 2007

SECTION – I:

SECTION – I CRITICAL REASONING SKILLS

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Study the following table and answer accordingly: Number of candidates Appeared (App.) and Qualified (Qua!.) in IIT entrance examination Directions Q. 1-5:

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Year Kanpur Kharagpur Chennia Mumbai Guwahati Delhi App. Qua 1 App. Qua 1 App. Qua 1 App. Qua 1 App. Qua I App. Qua 1 1995 22989 575 20490 530 2540 1 430 2534 0 440 1008 9 130 2698 8 498 1996 23438 590 22899 520 2384 6 470 2653 0 450 1103 2 160 2798 6 610 1997 27534 608 22840 532 2053 0 502 2234 3 4S0 1143 2 190 2848 9 580 1998 26524 650 23600 560 2143 4 510 2438 0 500 1198 7 220 3008 0 490 1999 28746 632 23698 544 2340 fi 544 2549 560 1208 9 240 2948 7 560 2000 30429 648 25432 612 2230 5R8 2630 8 580 :203 0 238 3048 3 534

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01 The qualifying percentage from Guwahati is maximum in which of the following years? 1996 1999 2000 1995 Problem

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Problem 02 The total number of qualifying candidates in 1998 is what per cent less than that in 2000? 8.43% 9.21% 6.89% 9.89%

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Problem 03 Ratios between hoys and girls for qualified and for appeared from Mumbai /one in 1998 are 7 : 3 and 3 : 2 respectively. What is the approximate ratio between the boys qualified and girls appeared? 2/13 13/19 1/28 1/50

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Problem 04 In which of the following zones there is a continuous increase in the number of students appeared as well as qualified over the years? Kanpur Kharagpur Chennai none of these

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Problem 05 The number of students appeared from Guwahati zone in 1997 and 2000 together is approximately what per cent less than that from Kharagpur zone in 1996 and 1999 together? 60% 45% 55% 50%

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Directions (Questions 6-9): Study the following graph and answer the questions given below:

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Problem 06 The average speed represented above was 30 km/hr 37 km/hr 43 km/hr 49 km/hr

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Problem 07 Considering two -hours slots from the beginning, the second highest distance covered in a two-hour slot was between: 0-2 hrs 2-4 hrs 4-6 hrs 6-8 hrs

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08 Problem The highest rate of acceleration was 25 km/hr 3 20 km/hr 15 km/hr 10 km/hr

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Problem 09 If the rate of declaration of the 8 ,h hour had continued, the speed would have become zero at 9 hrs 10 mins 10 hrs 30 mins 11 hrs 10 mins None of these

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Study the case let given below and the table following it carefully and answer the questions given thereafter. In a 5-year Management Course, students studying in 2 nd year arc asked to select four optional subjects from the given seven optional subjects. There are ten students whose Roll Numbers are from 1 to 10. They have selected four optional subjects each. Their subjects selected are indicated by "Y" mark Direction (Question 10-13):

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Roll Numbers Courses 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TA Y Y Y Y Y Y Y MBCA Y Y Y Y Y YCA Y Y Y Y Y DMBC Y Y Y Y Y Y XA Y Y Y Y PG Y Y Y Y Y Y PM Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

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Problem 10 Which of the following triple courses have maximum number of students in common? TA, MBCA, YCA DMBC, TA, PG YCA, PM, XA DMBC,PG,XA

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Problem 11 Which Roll Numbers have the maximum common number of optional subjects? 1 and 8 3 and 6 9 and 10 2 and 5

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12 Which optional subject was chosen by maximum number of students? XA TA MBCA DMBC Problem

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Problem 13 Which Roll Numbers have the same optional subjects? 3 and 6 1 and 3 6 and 8 9 and 10

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Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and 11 given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer as if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone arc not sufficient to an­swer the question. if the data in statement II alone are suffi­cient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question. if (he data cither in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question. if the data even in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question. Directions (Questions 14-17):

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Problem 14 k is a positive integer. Is k a prime number? No integer between 2 and inclusive divides k evenly. No integer between 2 and k/2 inclusive divides k evenly and k is greater than 5.

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Problem 15 Is x 2 :y 2 < I? I. (y-x) ( x+y ) = 40% of 60-120% of 20 II. x < y

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Problem 16 By selling a product for Its. 100 how much profit was earned? I. 20% profit would have been earned if it had been sold for Rs.90 II. The profit was one-third of the purchase price.

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17 What is the rate of CI on a sum of money? The difference between CI and SI at the same rate of interest for two years is Rs.43.20 and SI at the end of five years is Rs.3600 The difference between CI and SI at the same rate of interest on Rs. 12,000 for 3 years is Rs.132.19. Problem

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The following questions are accompanied by three statements (A), (B), and (C). You have to determine which statement(s) is /are sufficient/necessary to answer the questions. Direction (Questions 18-22) :

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Problem 18 How must minimum marks arc required to pass an examination? Student A secured 38% marks in the exami­nation and failed by 8 marks. Student B secured 42% marks in the same examination and got 12 more than the minimum pass marks. Student A secured 35% of the total marks in the examination and failed by 23 marks. If he had secured 25 more marks his percent­age of marks would have been 40%. C. A student will be declared passed if he se­cures 39-60% of the total marks. Any two of them Only A C and either A or B Either A or B only

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Problem 19 What will be the share of R in the profit earned by V,R and A together? They together invested an amount of Rs.54,000 for a period of one year. R's investment was 25% less than V's and 50% more than A's The profit of V is Rs.4,000 more than that of A Only A and B together B and cither A or C only Only B Only B and C together

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Problem 20 What was the profit earned on the cost price by Mahesh by selling an article? He got 15% concession on labelled price in buying that article. He sold it for Rs.3060 He earned a profit of 2% on the labelled price. Only A and B together are required. Only B and C together are required. Only cither A or C and B together are re­quired. All A, B and C together are required.

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Problem 21 15 men and 20 women work together for 5 days and then 5 men and 8 women leave the group. In how many days will the remaining work be finished by the remaining people? 10 men and 15 women together can complete the work in days. The work done by I man is equal to the work done by 2 women. 20 men along can do the entire work in 15 days. Any one of them. Either A or C Only B Any two of them.

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Problem 22 What is the cost of flooring a rectangular hall? The length and the breadth of the hall are in the ratio of 3:2 The length of the hall is 48 metres and the cost of flooring is Rs.850 per square metre The perimeter of the hall is 160 metres and the cost of flooring is Rs.850 per square metre . Only A and 2 Only A and C Only C Any two of the three

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A word arrangement machine, when given a particular input, rearranges it following a particular rule. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement: Input : Put pocket hand watch he for them Step I : Put for he watch hand pocket them Step II: Put he for watch pocket hand them Step III: Put hand pocket watch for he them Step IV: Put pocket hand watch he for them And so on goes the machine. Study the logic and answer the question that follow: Directions (Questions 23-25):

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Problem 23 If Step III of a given input be 'fly sky birds my su fur say' what is the seventh step of the input? fly sky birds my su fur say fly birds sky my fur su say fly fur su my birds sky say fly su fur my sky birds say

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Problem 24 If Step VII of flu input is ‘ slow ran dhurwa pat hat dig VI’ what is the step V of that input? slow dig hak pat dhurwa ran vi slow hak dig pat ran dhurwa vi slow dhurwa ran pat dig hak vi slow ran dhurwa pat hak dig vi

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Problem 25 Given the following: Input: Ana dhir raj ran san rah aji What step will be the following arrangement? Arrangement: Ana san rah ran dhir raj aji IV V VI VIII

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Read the information given below and answer the questions that follow: There is a group of seven persons A,B, C,D,E,F and G. There are four males, three females, two married couples and three unmarried persons in the group. The seven persons are seated in a row on the bench. Their professions are: engineers teach, doctor, psychologist, businessmen, architect and student. B is not married and another person the psychologist, is the most intelligent. The engineer is married to the teacher, who is the least intelligent of the group. D is an architect. He is sitting on the left most corner. The student is sitting on the right most corner of the bench. Directions (Questions 26-30):

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ix. The doctor is married to C.C is the second most intelligent of the group followed by her husband x. The least intelligent of the group is sitting on the immediate right of D, followed by the most intelligent. xi. There arc as mariy most intelligent persons than the engineer as there are less intelligent. xii. On the bench, followed by D there are three females sitting ift succession. xiii. The psychologist is a female. xiv. The student is more intelligent than the architect, who is more intelligent than only one person. F. xv. Neither A nor G is a female. Directions (Questions 26-30):

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Problem 26 Who is sitting on the immediate right of D? F E C Can't say

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Problem 27 Which two are sitting together? D and A E and E Teacher and businessman Engineer and doctor

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Problem 28 The engineer is not more intelligent than student architect teacher businessman

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Problem 29 Which of these cannot be a married couple? A-F A-C G-F None of these

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Problem 30 Which of these represents the correct order of intelligence (in the decreasing sequence)? EBF CDF ECB None of these

Directions (Questions 31-33): :

Complete the series. Directions (Questions 31-33):

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Problem 31 AZ. GT. MN, ?YB KF RX SH TS

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Problem 32 J2Z, K4X, 17V, ?, II 16R, M 22 P 11 IT LI1S L12T LI IT

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Problem 33 Gfe _ _____ig_________eii_______fei____________gf__________ii e i fg i f i g i c i f g i e i f i g e

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Problem 34 If ACLONRA stands for CALENDAR, what does LEGIBIEL stand for? LIEG1BLE ELIGIBLE BIGEELIC None of these

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Problem 35 If 18514 stands for ahead, what does 31385 stand for? CATCH CASSET CONQUER CACHE

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Problem 36 X told Y, "Though I am the son of your father, you are not my brother". How is X related to Y? Sister Son Daughter None of these

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Problem 37 Standing on a rock , Ravi said that Madurai was more than 3 kilometers but less than 8 kilometers from there. Prabhu said that it was more than 6 but less than 10 kilometers from there. If both of them arc correct, how far is Madurai from the rock? 8 km 6 km 7 km Cannot be determined

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Problem 38 Three of the following four are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which one does not belong to that group? - + % =

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Problem 39 In a row of children, Bhushan is seventh from the left and Motilal is fourth from the right. When Bhushan and Motilal exchange positions, Bhushan will be fifteenth from the left. Which will be Motilal's position from the right? Eighth Fourth Eleventh Twelfth

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Problem 40 A clock gaining 2 minutes every hour was synchronized at midnight with a clock losing 1 minute every hour.. How many minutes apart will its minute hand be at eleven the following morning? 23 27 22 None of these

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Problem 41 Keshav knows that Sudha's marks arc more than 3 but less than 8 in a unit test. Sonia knows that these arc more than 6 but less than 10. If both of them are correct, which of the following statements about Sudha's marks is definitely true? It has only one value. It has any of three values. It has either of two values. It has any of four values.

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Read the passages given below and answer the questions that follow each passage. Directions (Questions 42 - 57) :

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I hope my reader will be convinced, at his very entrance of this work, that he will find in the whole course of it nothing prejudicial to the cause of religion and virtue, nothing inconsistent with the strictest rules of decency, nor which can offend even the chastest eye in the perusal. On the contrary, I declare that to recommend' goodness and innocence hath been my sincere Endeavour in this history. This honest purpose you have been pleased to think I have attained: and to say the truth, it is, likeliest to be attained in books of this kind; for an example is a kind of picture, in which virtue becomes, as it were, an object of sight, and strikes us with that loveliness, which Plato assures there is in her naked charms. Besides displaying that beauty 'of virtue which may attract the admiration of. mankind, I have attempted to engage a stronger, motive to human action in her " favour , by convincing men, that their true, interest directs them to a pursuit of her. For this purpose J have shown that no acquisitions of guilt can compensate the loss of that solid inward, comfort of mind, which is the. sure, companion of innocence and virtue; nor can in the least balance the evil of horror and anxiety, which in their room, guilt introduces in our bosoms. And again, that as these acquisitions arc in themselves, generally' worthless,:, so are the means' to attain them 'not only base and infamous, but at best uncertain, and always full of danger Lastly" I 'have endeavored strongly to' inculcate, that virtue, and innocence can scarce ever be injured but by indiscretion; and that it is this alone which often betrays them into the snare that deceit and villainy spread for them. A moral Passage - I

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which I have the more industriously laboured as the teaching it is, of all, others, the likeliest to be attended with success; since, I believe, it is much easier to make good men wise, than bad men good. For these purposes, I have employed all the wit. and humour of which I am master in the "following history; wherein I have endeavoured to laugh mankind out of its I favourite follies and vices. How far I have succeeded in this good attempt, I shall submit to the candid reader, with only two requests: first, that he will not expect to find perfection in this work; and, secondly. 'that he, will excuse some parts of it, if they fall short of that little merit which I hope may appear in others. I will detain you, sir, no longer. Indeed I have run into a preface, while I professed to write a dedication. But how can it be I otherwise ?, I dare not praise you; and the only means I know, of to avoid it, when you are in my thoughts, are either to be entirely silent, or to turn my subjects to some other subject. Pardon, therefore, what I have said in this epistle, not' only without your consent, but absolutely against it; and give me leave, in this public manner, to declare that T am, with ‘ the highest respect and gratitude,' Sir., Your most obliged, obedient, humble servant…

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Problem 42 The tone used by the author in the beginning of the passage can best be described as: Mellow deferential polite courteous

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Problem 43 How has the author tried to elicit a favourable opinion of virtue from the readers? By displaying virtue always wins. By showing readers that a thing obtained by a way of virtue gives twice the job com­pared to a thing obtained by a way of vice By substantiating his claim in proving to the readers that nothing got out of unfair means can compensate for the loss of inward peace All of the above

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Problem 44 In the first paragraph, 'Her naked charms' 'her’ here refers to: virtue picture object book

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Problem 45 The author seeks forgiveness because: he has detained the reader he did not seek his patron's permission he went against the wishes of his patron he wrote a preface instead of a dedication

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Problem 46 The preface written by the author is likely to be followed by: an essay on virtue and vice a play on virtue and vice a comedy that laughs at absurdities a fable that stresses the importance and frail­ties of virtue

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Problem 47 An epistle as understood from the passage is likely to be letter communique tribute to a dead person closing section of a novel

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Studies of the factors governing reading development in young children have achieved a remarkable degree of consensus over the past two decades. The consensus concerns the 'casual role, of 'phonological skills' in young children's reading progress. Children who have' good phonological skills" or good •phonological awareness' become good readers and good spellers. Children with .poor phonological skills progress more poorly. In particular, those who have a specific phonological deficit are ,likely to be classified as dyslexic by the time that they are 9 or 10 years old . Phonological skills in young children can be measured at a number of different levels. The term phonological, awareness is a global, one, and refers to a deficit in recognising smaller units of sound within spoken words. Development work has shown that' this deficit can be at the level of syllables, of onsets and rimes, or phonemes. For example, a 4-year old child might have difficulty in recognising that a word like alentine has three syllables, suggesting a lack of syllabic awareness. A five-year-old might have difficulty in recognising that the odd word out in the set of words fan, cat, hat, mat is fan. This task required an awareness of the sub-syllabic units of the onset and the rime. The onset corresponds to' any initial consonants in a syllable and the rime corresponds to the vowel and to any following consonants. Rimes correspond to rhyme in "Single-syllable words, and so the rime in fan differs from the rime in cat, hat and mat. In longer words, rime and rhyme may differ. The onsets in valentine are/v/ and /t/, and the rimes correspond to the spelling patterns *al\ 'en' and * ine \A six-year-old might have difficulty in Passage - II

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recognising that pica and pray begin with the same initial sound. This is a phonemic judgments. Although the' initial phoneme /p/ is shared between the two words, in plea it is part of the onset 4 p/‘and in pray it is part of the onset 'pr' Until children can segment the onset (or the rime), such, phonemic Judgments are difficult for them to make. In fact, a recent survey of different developmental* studies has shown that the different levels of phonological awarcness's appear to' emerge sequentially. The awareness of syllables, onsets, and rimes appears to merge at around the ages of :3 and 4, long before most children go' to school. The' awareness of phonemes; on the other hand, usually emerges at around the age of 5 or 6, when children have been taught to 148 read for about a year. An awareness of onsets and rimes thus appears to be precursor of reading, whereas an awareness of phonemes at every serial position in a word only appears to develop as reading is taught. The onset-rime and phonemic levels of phonological structure, however, are not distinct. Many onsets in English are single phonemes, and so are some rimes (e.g. sea, 14 go, zoo). The early availability of onsets and rimes is supported by studies that have compared the development of phonological awareness of onsets, rimes, and phonemes in the same subject using the- same phonological awareness tasks. For example, a study by Treiman and Zudowski used a same/different judgement task based on the beginning or the end sounds of words. In the beginning sound task, the words either began with the same onset, as in plea and plank, or spared only the initial phoneme, as in plea and pray. In the end- sound task, the words either shared the entire rime,

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as in spit and wit, or shared only the final phoneme, as in rat and wit. Treiman and Zudowski showed that four and five year-old children found the onset-rime version of the same/different task significantly easier than the version based oit phonemes. Only the six-year-olds, who had been learning to road for about a year were able to perform both versions of the tasks With an equal level of success.

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Problem 48 According to the passage which of the following statements is true? A mono-syllabic word can have only one onset. A mono-syllabic word can have only one rhyme but more than one rhyme.c . A mono-syllabic word can have only one phoneme. d. All of these.

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Problem 49 Which of the following is likely to emerge last in the cognitive development of a child? Rhyme Rime Onset. Phoneme

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Problem 50 A phonological deficit in which of the following is likely to be classified as dyslexia? Onset judgement Rime judgement Phonemic judgement Any one or more of the above

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Problem 51 The Treiman and Zudowski experiment found evidence to support which of the following conclusions? At age six reading instruction helps children perform both, the same/different judgement task The development of onset - rime‘ awareness precedes the development of, an awareness of phonemes At age four to five' children find onset-rime version of the same /different task signifi­cantly easier The development of onset- rime awareness, is a necessary' and sufficient* condition for' the development of an awareness of phonemes.

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One likes to think that one's attitudes, beliefs, and related behaviour form a consistent pattern. Incongruity that is detected results in a sense of imbalance or dissonance, which the person then seeks to corrects. The motivating effects of the need to correct incongruity, imbalance, or dissonance has been the occasion for several theories. We may select for consideration the theory proposed by Festinger which treats cognitive dissonance and its reduction. The kind of disagreement or disharmony with which Festinger has been chiefly concerned is that which occurs after a decision has been made, after one is committed to a course of action; under such circumstances, there is often some lack of harmony between what one does 8 M/1 and what one believes, and there is pressure to change either one's behaviour or one's beliefs. For example, if a regular smoker reads about the relationship between smoking and lung cancer, the habitual action and the new information are dissonant. If the decision is made to continue smoking, the dissonance will be reduced by disbelieving the information about the relationship between smoking and lung cancer: if the decision is made to give up smoking, the information on the linkage between smoking and lung cancer will be accepted. The fact that this information also affected the decision is not important here. As Festinger and others have shown, the weighing of alternatives is more realistic prior to the decision; after The decision, the pressure is great to bring belief an faction into balance. The theory goes on to make some non-obvious predictions; for example, in some cases, failure of expectations instead of destroying belief may strengthen it. This was Passage - III

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illustrated by the study of a group of people who expected to be saved from a prophesied disastrous flood by the intervention of a heavenly being. The theory predicted that when the long-awaited day arrived and the prophecy failed (no flood), those who had the social support of the other believers would indeed proselyte for their beliefs with new enthusiasm; while those who .had to face the crisis alone would have their faith weakened. These predicted results did indeed occur, the rationalization for the group of disappointed believers who faced failure together being that God had. postponed because of their faith, his vengeance. The tendency to be consistent is but one aspect of how self-perception influences motivation. Earlier illustrations of human motivation might also be reinterpreted in these, terms. For example, the success; motivation and the avidance of failure are also concerned with how a person sees himself. RW. White, for. example, reinterprets many motives concerned “with curiosity, and desire for knowledge and for' achievement as though they are all concerned, one's sense of competence as a person who is effective in relation to the environment. In another sense, the person likes to develop his potentials to the full, to be as complete a person as he can. For such a pervasive type of motive, the expression self-actualization was coined, originally by Carl Jung, one of Freud's followers who later developed a system of his own. By self-actualization, he meant the development of full individuality, with all parts somehow in harmony. The term and closely related ones (productive orientation, creative becoming, etc.) have been used by many psychologists who criticize contemporary motivational theory

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as being too narrow, concerned with short episodes of choice and behaviour rather than with the more profound 'and pervasive aspects of individual hopes and aspirations.

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Problem 52 Which of the following situations is most likely to give rise to cognitive dissonance? Cricket fans watching their team lose. An antique collector being told by an expert that the vase he has paid Rs. 3,000 for is worth Rs. 100 Student failing an exam Man cutting himself shaving

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Problem 53 In the case that 'one's expectations fail, belief will be destroyed will be shaken but net destroyed will be strengthened may be destroyed or strengthened

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Problem 54 With which of the following statements would Jung be most likely to agree? Parents should not allow their children to smoke Parents should force their children to learn music Parents should give their children complete freedom Parents should encourage their children to pursue any interests the children might have

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Problem 55 The passage probably comes from The introduction to a book the first chapter of a book the middle of a text book an article in a news weekly

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Problem 56 The best title for this passage would he 'Self-actualization’ ‘ Self-reference in Human Motivation' 'The Reduction of Cognitive Dissonance’ 'Cognitive Dissonance and the Self’

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Problem 57 Which of the following statements would the author disagree with? The tendency to be consistent is the only aspcct of how self- pcrccption influences, mo­tivation . The motivating effects of the need to cor­rect incongruity have been the occasion for several theories By self-actualization, Carl Jung meant the development of full individually, with al! parts somehow in harmony None of the above

Directions (Questions 58-61): :

Each sentence has two blanks, indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words that best first the meaning of the sentence as a whole. Directions (Questions 58-61):

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Problem 58 I am not attracted by the____ life of the_______ always wandering through countryside, begging for charity. proud, almsgiver affluent, mendicant peripatetic, vagabond natural, philanthropist

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Problem 59 Though the country has______ service for the poor, it is________. stopped, unaffordable maintained, admirable favoured, appreciable instituted, inadequate

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Problem 60 If criminals are________ to join electoral fray,_______ is likely to increase. allowed, extortion encouraged, harmony invited, voting compelled, brotherhood

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Problem 61 They fought most ___________ yet success _______ them. courageously, dishonored valiantly, eluded sincerely, failed bravely, favoured

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Problem 62 National Income of India is compiled by: Finance Commission Indian Statistical Institute National Development Council Central Statistical Oranisation

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Problem 63 Which is the best measure of economic growth of a country? GNP GDP Net revenue None of these

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Problem 64 A crossed cheque is one, which can be encashed only by the drawee through a bank at the State Bank of India after it has been transferred to another per­son

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Problem 65 Which of the following is the Banker of the Banks? IDBI SBI RBI SBI and RBI

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Problem 66 The period of the First Five Year Plan was from: 1950-51 to 1954-55 1951-52 to 1955-56 1952-53 to 1956 -57 None of these

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Problem 67 Who was the first woman Prime Minister in the world? Indira Gandhi Srimavo Bandaranaike Margaret Thatcher Benazir Bhutto

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Problem 68 Rajdhani Express trains run only between New Delhi and all State capi­tals only between New Delhi and State capitals only between New Delhi and important cit­ies. only between New Delhi and Mumbai Kolkata and Chennai

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Problem 69 Where are the headquarters of Volkswagen Auto Company? France Britain USA Germany

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Problem 70 'Maple leaf' is the symbol of which country? Canada Australia Kenya Brazil

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Problem 71 IRNSS is: Indian Regional Navigational Satellite Sys­tem India's Rural Navigational space system India's Regional Navigational Space System Indian Regional Navigational Space Satellite

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Problem 72 India is planning to merge which among the following disease control programmes along with AIDS? Polio T.B Heaptitis None of these

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Problem 73 Year 2007 would be observed as: India—Japan Tourism year India—Bhutan Tourism year India—China Tourism year India—-Nepal Tourism year

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Problem 74 Lots of western countries arc these days attracted towards Asian countries and are entering into more and more business/trade agreements with them. Which of the following are the main factors for the same? Huge untapped market Availability of knowledge based human capi­tal Huge amount of capital parked idle Saturation of Western market Only A and B Only B and C A, B and C only A, B and D only

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Problem 75 Which of the following is an organisation of software and Service Companies? NASDAQ NCSA NASSCOM NCAER

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76 Which of the following was/were not one of the highlights of the Union Budget 2006-07? No separate allotment for North-East regions. All funds clubbed together with Bharat Nirman Scheme Service Tax net widened as more and more services are covered under it. Fiscal deficit estimated at around 4% of the GDP. Only A Only B Only C Both A and B Problem

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77 Which of the following sectors is now open for Foreign Direct Investment for the first time with 51 percent FDI allowed in it? Nuclear Power Generation Airports and Civil Aviation Automobile Retail Sector Problem

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Problem 78 The XXI Winter Olympics will be held in 2010 at: Tokyo Minsk Rome Vancouver

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Problem 79 As per the guidelines issued by the SEBI the permanent Account Number (PAN) is a must for which of the following? Dcmat Accounts All Saving Bank Accounts All Housing Loan Accounts All Current Accounts

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Problem 80 Which of the following banks is taken over, by the Standard Chartered Bank? Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait Development Bank of Singapore Deutsche Bank Federal Bank of Germany

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Problem 81 Which of the following trophies is associated with the game of Football? Evert Cup Merdeka Cup Mumbai Gold Cup Bharat Ram Cup

Direction (Questions 82-85): :

Each question is followed by three statements. You have to study the question and all the three statements given and decide whether any information provided in the statement(s) is redundant and can be dispensed with while answering the questions. Direction (Questions 82-85):

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Problem 82 A 25 m long wire is cut into 3 pieces. How long is the longest piece? Two pieces are each I m shorter than the longest piece Two pieces of the wire are of the same length. The longest piece of the wire is 12.5% more than the smallest piece a. Only A b. Either A along or B and C together c. only B and C together d. B and either A or C

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Problem 83 Is the average of the largest and the smallest of four given numbers greater than the average of the four numbers? The difference between the largest and the second largest number is less than the dif­ference between the second largest and the second smallest number. The difference between the largest and the second largest numbers is greater than the difference between the second smallest and the smallest numbers. The difference between the largest and the second smallest numbers is greater than the difference between the second largest and the smallest number. Only A Either B or C A and cither B or C Any two of them

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Problem 84 Rajdhani Express leaves Delhi at 4 P.M. for Mumbai. At what time will it reach Mumbai? A. It maintains the average speed of 110km per hr. B. It has four stoppages of 10 minutes each between Delhi and Mumbai C. It covers 250 km before each stoppage. Only B Any two of the three Any one of the three None of these

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Problem 85 Find the area of an isosceles triangle. Perimeter of the triangle is 64 cm. Base of the triangle is 16 cm. Height of the triangle is 16 2 cm Any of them Any two of them Either B or C only Only A

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Study the following line graphs which show the production (in '0000 units) and percentage exported of scooters, motorbikes and cars respectively over the years. Directions for questions 86 to 90:

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Problem 86 In which of the following years was the production of cars more than 50% of the total production? 2000 2001 1998 None of this

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Problem 87 Find the total number of automobiles exported in the year 1999. 227600 207600 217600 220000

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Problem 88 Find the ratio of cars, scooters and motorbikes exported in 1996. 25 : 16 : 19 16 : 25 : 19 19 : 16 : 25 266 : 168 : 63

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Problem 89 If the ratio of export prices of a car, scooter and motorbike was 2 : I : 1.5 in 1998, what was the proportion of their export earnings ? 4:2:3 6 : 1 : 21 30 : 16 : 21 20 : 12: 9

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Problem 90 In which of the following years was the production of motorbikes exactly 40% of the total production of automobiles in that year? 1997 2000 1999 1996

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Answer the questions based on the information given. The rate of taxation has the following slabs in India. For salaried employees having salaries below Rs.1 ,50,000 p.a., a standard deduction of Rs.30,()00 is available to salaried employees, which is reduced from the total income. Besides, a rebate is available on investments in various saving schemes like Provident Fund, Infrastructure Bonds, Post Office Savings, etc. The rebate is calculated at 20% of the total investment in these savings instruments. Directions (Questions 91-94): Taxable Income Tax Rate (Rs.) 0-50,000 Exempt 50,000-60,000 10% 60,000 - 1,50,000 20% 1,50,000+ 30%

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Thus, if a person has invested Rs.l0.000 in some saving instruments, he gets Rs,2,000 rebate on his net tax liability. However, if the salary increases above Rs.l,50,000 p.a., the standard deduction is reduced to Rs.25,000 and the rebate on investments is calculated at the rate of 15% of the total investment. Thus, a person saving Rs.20,000 will get a rebate of Rs.3,000 on his liability. Besides, a tax surcharge of 10% is added on the total lax liability for tax payers. Also, working women have a further rebate of Rs.5,000 available to them on their total tax liability.

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Problem 91 What will be the total tax liability of Mr.Rajiv Srivastava , who has a salary of Rs. 1,50,000 p.a. (Assume he saved Rs.40,000 in the year) ? Rs.5,000 Rs.5,500 Rs. 1,000 Data insufficient

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Problem 92 For the question above, if Mr. Srivastava's salary increases by Rs.5,000 p.a., what will be the change in his net income after tax (Assuming that he again saves Rs.40,000 in the year )? Increases of Ks. 1,000 Decrease of Rs.800 Increase of Rs.600 Increase of Rs.5,000

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Problem 93 Mrs.Shruti Srivastava who works in the same firm, earns a salary of Rs.1,50,000 p.a. How much must she save to pay no tax for the year? Rs.41,000 Rs.40,000 Rs.30,000 Rs.60.000

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Problem 94 Prakash Purti has a salary income of Rs.l,44,000. Besides he has earned Rs.35,000 as consultancy income. He has saved Rs.70,000 for the year in tax savings instruments. How much tax will he have to pay? Rs.18.800 Rs.14,800 Rs.4,800 None of these

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Problem 95 What is the net revenue per Esteem sold, approximately? Rs. 14,81,000 Rs. 13.48,000 Rs. 15,32,000 Rs. 13,26,000

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Problem 96 The highest net revenue per vehicle comes from: M 800 Omni Esteem Zen

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Problem 97 If volume of sales of Omni was increased by 25% and this sales increase was entirely at the cost of M 800, then what is the percentage decrease in M 800 volume sales? 1.3% 2.4% 4.3% 4.75%

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Problem 98 If the net revenue from Alto was to be excluded, what percent of the revenue would Zen form? 3.27% 3.17% 3.37% 3.47%

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Problem 99 Which of the following is true? The sum of the revenue generated by Zen and Omni is lesser than twice that of Alto. If the revenue of Esteem and Alto be inter­changed, Alto's revenue per unit would be more than that for Zen. The revenue per unit of Esteem is greater than that for M 800. (i) only (ii) only (iii) only Both (ii) and (iii)

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Problem 100 In a rhombus ABCD the diagonals AC and BD intersect at the point (3, 4). If the point W is (1,2), the diagonal BD has the equation x-y-l = 0 x - y + 1 = 0 x + y - I = 0 x + y - 7 = 0

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Problem 101 Australia's exports to Japan, South Asia and Russia in 2000 is approximately _________ thousands. 160 185 270 Cannot be determined

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Problem 102 The given year, total domestic demand of Russia and East Europe is__________ thousand. more than 50 50 less than 50 Cannot be determined

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Problem 103 A circle has two parallel chords of lengths 6 cm and 8 cm. If the chords are I cm apart and the centre is on the same side of the chords, then the diameter of the circle is of length: 5 cm 6 cm 10 cm 12 cm

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Problem 104 An express train travelled at an average speed of 100 kmph , stopping for 3 minutes after 75 km. A local train travelled as a speed of 50 kmph , stopping for 1 minute after every 25 km. If the trains began travelling at the same time, how many kilometres did the local train travel in the time it took the express train to travel 600 km? 900 km 307.5 km 1200 km 1000 km

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Problem 105 Two alloys contain zinc and copper in the ratio of 2 : 1 and 4 : 1. In what ratio the two alloys should be added together to get as new alloy having zinc and copper in the ratio of 3 : I ? 7:5 5 : 7 3:5 None of the above

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Problem 106 Swati and Rajani enter into a partnership with their capitals in the ratio 5 : 6. At the end of 8 months, Swati withdraws her capital. If they receive the profit in the ratio of 5 : 9, find how long Rajaui's capital was used? 10 months 12 months 14 months None of these

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Problem 107 The equation x J + 2 √2xy + 2y 2 + 4x + 4 √2 y + 1 = 0 represents a pair of lines. The distance between them is: 4 4/√2 2 2√3

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Problem 108 The odds against a certain event are 5 : 2 and the odds favour of another independent event are 6 : 5. The probability that at least one of the events will happen is: 12/77 25/77 52/77 65/77

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Problem 109 Number of times the hands of a clock are in a straight line every day is: 44 24 42 22

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Problem 110 A motor boat can travel at 10 kin/h in still water. It traveled 91 km downstream in river and then returned, taking altogether 20 hours. Find the rate of flow of river. 3 km/hour 5 km/hour 6 km/hour 7 km/hour

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Problem 111 Let f be an injective map with domain {x, y, /,} and range {1, 2, 3} such that exactly one of the following statements is correct and the remaining are false. f(x) = 1, f(y) ( 1, f(z) (2. The value of f ' (1) is x y z None of the above

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Problem 112 A person invests Rs. 5508 in '4% stock at 102\ lie afterwards sells out at 105 and reinvests in 4 5% stock at 126'. What is the change in his income? Rs. 20 Rs. 7 Rs. 10 Rs. 9

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Problem 113 The ratio between the number of sides of two regular polygons is 1 : 2 and the ratio between their interior angles is 2 : 3. The number of sides of these polygons are respectively: 4, 8 5, 10 6,12 8,16

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Problem 114 How many two-digit odd numbers can be formed from the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, if repetition of digit is allowed? 5 15 35 25

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Problem 115 Three equal glasses are filled with mixtures of sprit and water. The ratio of the sprit to water is as follows: in the first glass as 3 : 4, in the second glass as 4 : 5 and in the third glass as 5 : 6.The contents of the three glasses arc emptied into a single vessel. What is the ratio of the sprit to water in the mixture now? 920 : 1159 820 : 1149 1120:1134 1010:1122

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Problem 116 Two pipes can till a cistern in 14 and 16 hours respectively. The pipes are opened simultaneously and it is found that due to leakage in the bottom, 32 minutes extra are taken for the cistern to be filled up. If the cistern is full, in what time would the leak empty it? 96 hours 102 hours 106 hours 112 hours

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Problem 117 A toothpaste manufacturer is giving two different offers on its 100 g tube. The first one is giving 30% extra at the same price, and the second one is giving 30% off on the marked price. By what percentage is the first offer costlier than the second one? 4.2% 2.4% 9.88% 0%

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Problem 118 A covered wooden box has the inner measures as 115 cm, 75 cm and 35 cm and the thickness of wood is 2.5 cm. Find the volume of the wood. 82125 cu. cm. 81775 cu. cm 81000 cu. cm None of the above

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Problem 119 The mean and standard deviation of the marks-of 200 candidates were found to be 40 and 15 respectively. Later, it was discovered that a score 40 was wrongly read as 50. The correct mean and standard deviation are respectively 14.98,38.95 39.95,14.98 39.95,24.5 40.05,14.98

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Problem 120 The terms 'bull' and ‘ bear ’ are used in the Bihar Government's Animal Husbandry Department Income Tax Department CBI Stock Exchange

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Problem 121 Bhakra Dam is built across the river Sutlej Ravi Jhelum Chenab

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Problem 122 Tetanus is a disease caused by: Fungus Virus Bacteria Insects

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Problem 123 Light Year is a unit of Intensity of light distance time planetary motion

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Problem 124 A tax that takes away a higher proportion of one's income as the income rises is termed as: Progressive tax Proportional tax Regressive tax Indirect tax

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Problem 125 The famous International Company *De Beers' is engaged in the business of : Larger Beer Animal Skins Shares and stocks Diamonds

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126 Commercial vehicles are not produced by which of the following companies in India? TELCO Ashok Leyland DCM Daewoo Birla Yamaha Problem

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Problem 127 Who among the following has written the book, Wings of Fire: An autobiography? Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Shobha De Atal Behari Vajpayee K.R. Narayanan

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Problem 128 Which of the following is not is courier business? First Flight DHL Essar FedEx

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Problem 129 Match List I with List II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists. List I (cities) List II (Airports) Tokyo 1. Schiphol Paris 2. Narita Washington 3. Orly Amsterdam 4. Dulles A B C D 3 2 4 I 2 3 4 I 3 2 1 4 2 3 1 4

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Problem 130 What is the chronological sequence of the following events in Indian Science scene? launching of Rohini-1 satellite Pokhran nuclear test Start of Indian Space Research Organisation . First unit of Kalpakkam nuclear power sta­tion went critical Choose the correct answer from the codes given below. A, B, D,C B, C, D, A C, B, A, D D, A, C, B

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Problem 131 The correct chronological order in which V.P. Singh Chandra Shekhar Morarji Desai Charan Singh occupied the office of the Prime Minister of India is: C,D,B,A D,C,B,A C,D,A,B D,C,A,B

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Problem 132 Panchayat Raj was first introduced in India in October 1959 in: Rajasthan Tamil Nadu Kerala Karnataka

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Problem 133 Which of the following statements are true about the India-born woman astronaut Kalpana Chawla ? She was born in KarnaI She flew on board the shuttle flight STS-87 She was trained at the Kennedy Space Centre She did a space-walk to retrieve the Spartan Satellite Select the correct answer using the codes given below: A and B B and C A,B and C A,B and D

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Problem 134 Which of the following pairs is incorrect? Pasteur Newton Roentgen Faraday Match the following:

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Problem 135 A. Frequency 1. Oscillation in unit time B. Amplitude 2. A device consisting of a weight swinging on the end of a string C. Pendulum 3. Chemical elements in order of their atomic numbers D. Periodic table 4. Maximum departure from an equilibrium value A B C D 2 1 3 4 1 2 4 3 1 4 2 3 4 3 1 2

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136 Which one of the following Fundamental Rights is also available to a foreigner on the soil of India? Equality of opportunity in the matter of Pub­lic employment Freedoms of movement, residence and pro­fession Protection from discrimination on grounds only of religion, race, caste or sex Protection of life and personal liberty against action without authority of law Problem

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Problem 137 In case of which of the following, the method of removal from office is the same? A Judge of the Supreme Court Chief Election Commissioner President of India I and II II and III I and HI I,II and III

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Problem 138 Match the following: Chief Election Commissioner 1. Elected by Rajya Sabha Depty chairman of Rajya Sabha 2. Elected by LokSabha Chairman of the PAC 3. Appointed by Lok Sabha Speaker 4. Appointed by the President A B C 4 I 3 2 3 4 1 4 2 4 1 2

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Problem 139 All India Services can be created by the: President UPSC Prime Minister Parliament

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Directions (Questions 140-144): Each question given below is followed by two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the arguments is a 'strong' argument and which is a 'weak' argument. Give answer as:

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Problem 140 Statement: Should non-vegetarian food be totally banned in our country? Arguments: Yes. It. is expensive and therefore beyond the means of most people in our country. No, Nothing should be banned in a demo­cratic country.

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Problem 141 Statement : Should India go in for computerisation in industry? Arguments: No. Computerisation demands a lot of money. We should not waste money on it. Yes. When advanced countries are introduc­ing computers in various areas, how can we afford to lag behind?

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Problem 142 Statement : Should personal tax be abolished in India? Arguments: Yes, it will motivate people to earn more. No, individuals must learn to share their wealth with other people.

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Problem 143 Statement: Should high chimneys be installed in industries? Arguments: Yes, It reduces pollution at ground level. No, It increases pollution in upper atmosphere.

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Problem 144 Statement: Should judiciary be independent of the executive? Arguments: I. Yes, This would help curb the unlawful ac­tivities of the executive. II. No. The executive would not be able to take bold measures.

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Directions (Questions 145-148): In each question below there is an inference, which is based on the given passage. Examine each inference separately in the context of the passage and decide upon its degree of true or falsity. Mark answer as: if you think the inference is 'definitely true' if you think the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given if you think the 'data are inadequate' i.e. from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false if you think the inference is 'definitely false'

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PASSAGE The reforms are aimed at having an impact over a wide cross-section of the economy. With improvements and greater efficiency in mobilising and allocating resources, the basis will become stronger for promoting economic growth and development. The reforms aim at increasing efficiency of the financial sector and the range of financial services available within the economy. The introduction of bank capital adequacy and accounting standards, together with improvement in the regulation and supervision of financial institutions and capital market, is aimed at installing greater public confidence ensuring safety and soundness of the financial system, bringing about greater transparency and accountability in operations and encouraging overall increased resources mobilisation within the economy.

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Problem 145 Prior to reforms, the banking sector was running inefficiently although resource allocation was efficient.

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Problem 146 Bank capital adequacy was not in operation before reforms.

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Problem 147 Public confidence has 'some connection with resource mobilization.

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Problem 148 The economic reforms have aimed only at the financial sector.

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Directions (Questions 149 -155) : Answer these questions independent of each other based, on the information given.

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Problem 149 In order' to.- boost sales of toys at times other than the peak sale time -Christmas -. manufacturers use many techniques. Character toys from movies or TV series arc .promoted, and all sets are collectible' by their young purchasers.Collections, however, never appear to be complete, because as' soon as all the characters are acquired, the child then requires the 'Gar', the 'phone', the 'mobile home', and even the. 'airplane' to ensure' a happy environment for the toys. Ultimately, the elusive final piece of the series is attained just as. the manufacturer and promoter release the next series of 'collectibles'. The prime aim of the manufacturer and promoter is to ensure that all children should be happy and no child can be happy without a complete scribes of toys as soon as one set is complete or almost- complete, then the next one arrives on the scene. children should be encouraged to complete their collection of toys. sales need to be bolstered throughout the year.

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Problem 150 Pioneers of the motor-car industry realised that if they were going to meet the growing demand for their product, they had to adapt the labour force used in the productive process. Instead of many men working to complete all the stages of one care at a time, they assigned defined tasks to each man which they would repeat on every car. Which of the following can be concluded from the passage? Early motor-car manufacturers intended to increase productivity by applying the prin­ciple of division of labour The car workers became disgruntled because they were assigned monotonous, repetitive tasks on the assembly line. Economies of scale enabled early motor companies to expand A bad worker would perform the same task badly on each car leading to many more rejects.

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Problem 151 There are three main factors that control the risks of becoming dependent on drugs. These factors are the type of drug, the personality of the individual, and the circumstances in which' the drug is taken. Indeed, it could 'be said that the majority of the adult population' have taken alcohol, yet few have become dependent on it. Also, many strong drugs that have been used for medical purposes have not caused- the patient to become addicted. However, it can be demonstrated that people who have taken drugs for fun are more likely to become dependent on taken drug. The dependence is not always physiological but may' remain psychological) although the effects are still essentially ,the same. Those at greatest risk appear to be personality that are psychopathic, immature, or otherwise unstable. Psychological dependence is very strong with heroin, morphine, cocaine, and amphetamines; Physiological dependence is great with heroin and morphine, 'but less with amphetamines, barbiturates, and alcohol. Which of the following conclusions can be drawn from the text? One cannot become addicted to certain drugs if one has a strong personality. Taking drugs, for "kicks" increases the pos­sibility of becoming dependent on drugs. Psychological dependence is the greatest with heroin. Alcohol is a safe drug since very few: people become dependent on it.

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Problem 152 Every town with a pool hall has its share of unsavoury characters. This is because the pool hall attracts gamblers and all gamblers arc unsavoury. Which of the following, if true, cannot be inferred from the above? All gamblers arc unsavoury. All pool halls attract gamblers. Every town has unsavoury characters. All gamblers are attracted by pool halls.

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Problem 153 The use of petroleum products in the manufacture of plastics should be regulated and limited by law. "Our country's need for petroleum for energy production is more vital than our need for plastics, and our growing dependence on foreign sources of petroleum could have serious consequences if, for example, a war cut off our access to those imports. By reducing our use of petroleum products in making plastics, we can take a major step towards national energy independence and so enhance our country's security. Which of the following; if true, would most greatly weaken the argument above ? Only a small fraction of petroleum products consumed in this country 'is used in making plastics. New methods of plastics manufacture can some what reduce the amount of petroleum needed. The development of atomic energy as an alternative to petroleum based energy has been slowed by legitimate concerns over safety. In times of War, combatant nations would be seriously tempted to seize forcibly the terri­tories of petroleum-producing nations.

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Problem 154 For our nation to compete successfully in the high-technology enterprises of the future, workers with skills in maths and science will be needed. But it is doubtful that they will be available, since there is a shortage of high school maths and science teachers that shows no signs of improving. Industry can help alleviate this problem by funding scholarship grants and aid to college students who graduate in maths and science with the hope of pursuing teaching careers. Which of the following, if true, would most probably prevent the proposed plan from achieving its intended effect? After graduation from college, most maths and science graduates opt for jobs, in indus­try rather than in teaching.. Many high, schools have been forced to" lower their standards in hiring maths and science teachers. More scholarship money is already available, for students of maths and science than is available for those in any other field. Population statistics shows that the number of high school students is expected to deline over the next ten years.

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Problem 155 Seen from the perspective of potential, India is truly one of the most exciting places on earth. In the 16 years since Microsoft set up operations, in India, I've seen first hand the incredible strides the country has made, building an information technology almost from scratch. This industry is an engine that has driven the creation of new, opportunities for hundreds of ‘ housands of people and established India one of the world's most important centres for innovation. Thanks to the combination of rapid economic growth, an emerging middle class, and an impressive record of technical excellence, India stands as one of the great success stories of our time. The essence of the above text is India is an exciting place and the excitement has been palpable ever since Microsoft set up shop here. Thanks to the prolific growth of. the infor­mation technology industry, India has of late found its place on the global map. It is technology, employment and innovation that have contributed to the emergence of a highly successful India over the past decade and a, half. India's success lies in its rapid unleashing of potential, whether it be in the economy, tech­nology or the power to innovate.

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Directions (Questions 156 -160) : In each question below, there are two or three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, 111 and IV. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decidc which of the given conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements.

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Problem 156 Statements: Some singers arc rockers. All rockers are westerners. Conclusions: Some rockers arc singers. Some westerners are rockers. Some singers arc westerners. Some singers are not westerners. I,II and III follow I, II and IV follow II, III and IV follow I, III and IV follow.

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Problem 157 Statements: No Indian is an Asian. Some Americans are Indian. Conclusions: Some Indians are not Asians. Some Asians arc not Americans. Some Americans are not Asians. All Americans are Asians. Either III or IV follows Either 1 or II follows I and III follow Either II or III follows

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Problem 158 Statements: Some charts are darts. All darts are carts. Some carts are smarts. Conclusions: Some charts are carts. Some carts are darts. Some darts are smarts. Some smarts are charts. Only I and III follow Only II and III follow I and \l follow I, III and IV follow

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Problem 159 Statements: Some big are small. No small is large. Some large are tiny. Conclusions: Some large are not big. No big is large. Some small are not tiny. Some big are not tiny. Only I follows Only II follows Only III follows None follows

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Problem 160 Statements: No killer is a sweater. . No jacket is a sweater. Some jackets are loses. Conclusions: Some roses are sweaters. Some roses arc not sweaters. No killer is a jacket. Some jackets are killers. Either I or IP and III follow. Either III or IV and II follow Either II or III follows Either I or II and either III or IV follow

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Problem 161 Two alloys contain zinc and copper in the ratio of 2 : 1 and 4 : 1. In what ratio the two alloys should be added together to get as new alloy having zinc and copper in the ratio of 3 : 1? 7:5 5 : 7 3:5 None of the above

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Problem 162 From the top of a light house 60 meters high with its base at the sea level, the angle of depression of a boat is 15°. The distance of the boat from the foot of the light house is (in m) a. b. c. d.

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Problem 163 The value of is 2

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Problem 164 If = 47, find the value of 18 20 22 24

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Problem 165 The area of the triangle formed by the tangents form the point (4,3) to the circle x2 + y2 =9 and the line joining their ponts of contact is : Squre units Squre units Squre units Squre units

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Problem 166 The Hussain Sagar Express travels from Mumbai to Hyderabad. Along the way the train stops at 18 different places. So, in total, there are 20 stops including stop at Mumbai and Hyderabad. How many different tickets can be given out by the railways? 190 different tickets. 162 different tickets 145 different tickets 120 different tickets

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Problem 167 The argument of is 4

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Problem 168 What is the Value of 0 ½ -1/2 1

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Problem 169 Which of the following cannot be the difference of numbers formed by the digits 1.2,3,4 and 5 uning each digit only once? 41976 32886 47916 30780

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Problem 170 The value of is is : 1

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Problem 171 IS divisible by: 3 5 7 Both 1 & 2

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Problem 172 If log l2 27 = a, the log 6 16 is a. b. c. d.

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Problem 173 Find the sum of the following series. a. b. c. d.

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Problem 174 A librarian had a number of books to place in the shelf. At first he tried to place 4 in each row; then 5; then 6; then 8; then 9; but had always 2 left. On trying 13; he had none left. What is the number of books that he could have? 362 468 1,802 2,522

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Problem 175 Let ‘ k ‘ be the positive integer such that (k + 4) is divisible by 7. Let ‘ n' be the smallest positive integer > 2, and if (k + n 2 ) is divisible by 7, then 4 iT equals 3 5 7 9

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Problem 176 Sea water contains 5% salt by weight. How many kilograms of fresh water must be added to 40 kg of sea water for the salt content of the solution to be 2%. 60 kg 50 kg 40 kg 55 kg

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Problem 177 A farmer has decided to build a wire fence along one straight side of his property. For this, he planned to place several fence-posts at 6 m intervals, with posts fixed at both ends of the side. After he bought the posts and wire, he found that the number of posts he had bought was 5 less than required. However, he discovered that the number of posts he had bought would be just sufficient if he spaced them 8 ni apart. What is the length of the side of his property and how many posts did he buy? 100 m, 15 100 m, 16 120 m, 15 120 m, 16

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Problem 178 l A ’ spherical ball 6 cm in diameter is melted and recast into 3 smaller spherical balls. The radius of the two of the there are 1.5 cm and 2 cm respectively. The diameter of the third is : 3.5 cm 3.0 cm 2.0 cm 4 cm

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Problem 179 If p, q, r are in G.P; then log p n, log q n, log r n arc in: H.P G.P A.P AGP

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Problem 180 In a village, a survey found that 25% of the people were keeping normal health of the remaining 75%, 50,000 were suffering from TB, 40,000 from hypertension and 15,000 from both TB and hypertension. No other ailments were present. What is the population of the village (in lakhs )? 0.75 2.0 1.5 1

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Directions (Questions 181 -184) : Select the word that is opposite in meaning to the word in capital letters.

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Problem 181 SUBSERVIENT dignified lethal humble honest

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Problem 182 DISTRAUGHT hauty calm stable low

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Problem 183 MYOPIC black gloomy farsightcd perfumed

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Problem 184 TENACIOUS faint-hearted yielding erroneous praiseworthy

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Directions (Questions 185 -188) : Choose the word that is similar in meaning to the word given in capital letters.

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Problem 185 SERENDIPITY peace Luck joy praiseworthy

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Problem 186 VITRIOLIC malicious Likely alcoholic fragile

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Problem 187 PUCKISH cheerful. Disc-like gullible mischievous

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Problem 188 DAPPER unspoilt Chaste innocent neat

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Directions (Questions 189 -193) : Each of the sentences is divided into four parts (1), (2), (3) and (4). Choose the part that has an error.

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Problem 189 During the last centures Whaling voyages departed regularly from the New England States and because each voyage normally extends for years the hold was packed with supplies before a whaling ship set sail

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Problem 190 The Rotary Club applauded Hari and I for our work helping the handicapped in town find se­cure jobs.

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Problem 191 Because they refuse to follow the- conventional dress code neither Shivani nor her friends is invited to the local society function

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Problem 192 The reason why he was rejected was because he was too young

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Problem 193 The moment they came to know that their leader was issued a charge sheet the entire group of workers went on a strike.

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Directions (Questions 194-197): Each, question consists of a group of sentences followed by a sequential arrangement. Select the best sequence.

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Problem 194 An empiricist is one who observes how things work and is prepared to try. As a scientist he would prefer to work from observation than from preconceived theory .The empiricist looks first and thinks later An empiricist is normally contrasted with a rationalist who believes that the mind can work out The rationalist thinks first and looks later ABDCE ABCDE DCABE ABEDC

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Problem 195 Such a national policy will surely divide and never unite people. 'In fact, it suits the purpose of the politi­cians, they can drag the people into sub­mission' by appealing to them in the name of religion. In order to' inculcate unquestioning belief, they condemn other states which do not follow their religion. 'The emergence of theocratic states, where all types of crimes arc committed in the name,of -religion, has revived the religion of the Middle Ages. ABCD DBCA DBAC CDAB

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Problem 196 The remnants of such a supernova, remain discern able for thousands of years after explosion. Only such supernova can make the heavi­est elements like gold and uranium. For a few weeks, an exploding star, glows more brightly than a million suns and its interior collapses to make another star. Massive stars not only burn up extremely fast but perish more spectacularly, in su­pernova explosions ABCD ADCB DCBA BDCA

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Problem 197 There arc also two scorers. After each over they swap positions. In the early 1990s, a third umpire was in­troduced for test matches. The essential officials in the field are two umpires who control the field. One stands at the bowler's end, the other is square on to the batting wickets so that the batsman has his back to him. The umpire's main duties are to judge whether a batsman is out in answer to an appeal of "how's that ?" from" the fielding side; to ensure that the batting, bowling and fielding are within the laws; to signal boundaries, "leg-byes', byes, wides , ,no balls and short runs to the scorers; to decide if conditions arc fit or unfit for play DCBFAE FDCBAE DEBFAC FEBACD

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Directions for questions 198 to 200 : A part of a sentence is followed by four choices. Select the choice which most logically complements the given part.

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Problem 198 War is delightful to those who have a chance of winning it. are zealous and full of ambition love nation glory have had no experiences of it

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Problem 199 The power of thinking atrophies unless it is constantly upgraded it is continually updated. it finds a constant productive outlet it is used

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Problem 200 It seems to me that our, ideals, loves and customs should be based on the proposition that each generation, in turn, becomes the custodian rather than the absolute owner of our resources and each generation his the obligation to: enjoy their live to the full pass this inheritance on to the future enhance them and to save than use them at their will to enhance the glory of mankind

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