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According to the author, Deja vu is almost impossible to study because:
Which of the following statements CANNOT be inferred from the passage?
Which of the following is NOT one of the theories attempting to explain dejavu?
In the first paragraph, what is the "conflict" that the author refers to?
Authoritarian political systems echo monotheistic religions in that:
All of the following have not been discussed in the passage except:
Which of the following cannot be said to be true based on the passage?
I. Submission of personal objectives for a greater collective cause is an essential feature of authoritarian regimes.
II. According to the author, oppositions of the authoritarian leader are allies of evil.
III. Followers of monotheistic religions are highly supportive of authoritarian political systems.
Which of the following best describes the reason why the author terms the concept 'performative authenticity' paradoxical?
According to Charles Guignon, finding one's true self involves all of the following, EXCEPT:
Which of the following statements is the author LEAST likely to agree with?
The inner and performative modes of authenticity differ in all of the following ways, EXCEPT:
Which of the following statements is definitely TRUE according to the passage?
According to the passage, academic and amateur fossil hunters paid little attention to tropical forests because:
Which of the following statements CAN be inferred from the passage?
I. The tropical rain forest ecosystem would not have developed had the dinosaurs not gone extinct.
II. Location of the impact crater is crucial to understanding the effects of the meteoritic collision.
III. The effects of the collision on African tropical rain forests were not known until recently.
IV. Fires caused by the meteoritic collision led to the depletion of soil nutrients.
According to the passage, all of the following aided in the emergence of the Amazon rainforest ecosystem, EXCEPT:
DIRECTIONS for the question: The four sentences (labelled 1, 2, 3, 4) below, when properly sequenced, would yield a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper sequencing of the order of the sentences and key in the sequence of the four numbers as your answer:
DIRECTIONS for the question: The four sentences (labelled 1, 2, 3, 4) below, when properly sequenced, would yield a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper sequencing of the order of the sentences and key in the sequence of the four numbers as your answer:
The passage given below is followed by four summaries. Choose the option that best captures the author’s position.
The magnitude of plastic packaging that is used and casually discarded — air pillows, Bubble Wrap, shrink wrap, envelopes, bags — portends gloomy consequences. These singleuse items are primarily made from polyethylene, though vinyl is also used. In marine environments, this plastic waste can cause disease and death for coral, fish, seabirds and marine mammals. Plastic debris is often mistaken for food, and microplastics release chemical toxins as they degrade. Data suggests that plastics have infiltrated human food webs and placentas. These plastics have the potential to disrupt the endocrine system, which releases hormones into the bloodstream that help control growth and development during childhood, among many other important processes.
Five jumbledup sentences, related to a topic, are given below. Four of them can be put together to form a coherent paragraph. Identify the odd one out and key in the number of the sentence as your answer.
1. Over the past fortnight, one of its finest and most celebrated champions managed to match Winbeldon's grandeur again.
2. Wimbledon’s grandeur and enigma evoke a sense of timelessness and mystique.
3. At 35 years and 342 days, Roger Federer was crowned the Wimbledon champion for the 8th time thereby becoming the oldest man to win the Wimbledon singles title in the open era.
4. Once he had won the first three rounds, the semifinals and finals witnessed the true magic of a rested Federer
5. Given that his game isn’t reliant on explosive athleticism or muscular power ball striking, both of which are vulnerable to decay with age, there is a high chance that the reign of King Federer will continue further into the future
Five jumbledup sentences, related to a topic, are given below. Four of them can be put together to form a coherent paragraph. Identify the odd one out and key in the number of the sentence as your answer.
1. Quantum computing harnesses the peculiar dynamics of quantum physics to process information in novel ways.
2. Classical computing, the traditional form, operates with binary bits using 0s and 1s in a linear sequence.
3. The advent of quantum algorithms promises resolutions to complex problems unreachable by current machines.
4. These systems are revolutionizing climate study simulations with their advanced modeling.
5. In stark contrast, quantum bits, or qubits, can hold a vast amount of information, expanding computational boundaries exponentially.
Direction: Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.
1. This is only partially true because while most of the fighting did take place on the continent, one of the largest and most sophisticated undertakings of the war was conducted mainly at sea.
2. While the land war certainly contributed to the Entente's (Britain, France, Italy, U.S.) victory in 1918, it was the blockade that truly broke Germany's back.
3. This operation was the British blockade from 19141919 which sought to obstruct Germany's ability to import goods, and thus in the most literal sense starve the German people and military into submission.
4. The First World War is largely thought of as a conflict where the majority of the significant operations took place almost exclusively on mainland Europe with the exception of a handful of naval clashes fought throughout the world's oceans.
The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage.
The debate over artificial intelligence's threats and promises is multifaceted. Critics argue that AI could eventually surpass human intelligence, making decisions incompatible with human survival. However, proponents believe AI, guided by regulations, has the potential to eradicate poverty and disease. The crux of the matter lies not in AI's capabilities but in human management.
The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage.
Globalization promised an interconnected world, but it also led to significant parts of entire populations feeling left behind, stirring discontent and sociopolitical backlash. This unintended consequence has seen the rise of protectionism and nationalism, as those adversely affected seek to reclaim control over their economic prospects.
Winner is the person scoring the highest points at the end of all the rounds. Who is the winner?
How many more minimum conditions are required to find who picked what in all the rounds?
If points scored by R in round 3 were 5, what was the colour of the ball picked by S in round 1?
How many people have less cards than Harper in both blue and red colours?
Who has the same number of blue cards as the number of red cards with Bill?
How many red cards more/less does Harper have than Bill? Key in the number.
Find the least possible number of Wagons in all the showrooms put together.
Find the least possible number of Wagons in all the showrooms put together.
If the number of Hatchbacks in ShowroomD is 6, then find the number of Coupes in ShowroomD.
With the given information, in how many of the five showrooms can the number of SUVs be determined correctly?
If the second ranker voted for IIMB, then the fifth ranker definitely did not vote for
If the third ranker voted for IIMI, then the fifth ranker should have voted for
If the fifth ranker voted for IIMB, then the second ranker definitely did not vote for
If the fifth ranker voted for IIMB, then the third ranker definitely did not vote for
A dishonest milkman sells milk to three customers A, B and C. He replaces 20% of pure milk with water before selling to A. After this, he replaces 25% of the mixture with water before selling to B and furthermore 30% of the mixture is replaced before selling to C. What is the percentage of pure milk in the mixture sold by the milkman to C?
f(x) is a polynomial function of degree 4 such that f(0) = 1, f(1)=3 , f(2) = 9 and f(3) = 19.
What will be f(1) if the coefficient of x^{4} is 2 in f(x)
A cricket camp invited 500 cricket players who were batsmen, bowlers, and allrounders(who can both bat and bowl). 60% of the players were batsman and 70% of them were bowlers. 50% of the pure batsmen (who can only bat), 60% of the pure bowlers (who can only bowl) and 20% of the allrounders were lefthanded. How many righthanded players were part of the cricket camp?
If x^{3} + 2x^{2}−Ax has only one of its three real and unequal roots between [1,3). Then the value of A can lie between?
A company was purchasing 30 barrels of oil every month during lockdown from March 2020 till August 2020. The price per barrel paid by the company increased every month by a constant amount of $10. They purchased the barrels at $25 in March 2020. In September 2020, the company then sold half of the barrels at $45 each, half of the remaining at $50 each and all the remaining barrels at $70 each. What is the company's profit in percentage?
Prasoon purchased a new bike M15, which soon met with an accident. He went to the service centre and the service centre charged him for repairs. The labour cost, tyre replacement cost, accessory replacement cost and the servicing costs were 5%, 15%, 25% and 35% of the total servicing cost respectively. The remaining charges were for oil replacement (brake oil, engine oil, etc.). Luckily Prasoon was the lucky customer that day and got discounts of 10% each for labour, servicing and oil replacement costs and discounts of 20% on the accessory replacement. The insurance company paid him 80% of the cost paid by him in the service centre by giving him Rs. 56,960. What was the original bill amount (before discount) for accessory replacements in Rupees?
A compound 'M' is to be created, one unit of which consists of 3 units of 'X', 4 units of 'Y' and 6 units of 'Z'. 1 unit of X is made by A and B in the ratio 5:7 respectively, 1 unit of Y is made by B and C in the ratio 2:3 respectively, and 1 unit of Z is made by A and D in the ratio 1:4 respectively. What is the approximate percentage contribution of A in 1 unit of M?
A pizza store sold pizzas in 3 sizes Small, medium and large with diameters of pizza equal to 8 inches, 11 inches and 14 inches. If the cost of the pizza depends on the volume of the pizza and the prices of the pizza are in the ratio 2:3:4, then the ratio of thickness of the small, medium and large pizza is in the ratio
Shruti was wrapping gifts for her brothers and found that the amount of gift paper used to wrap 6 similar spherical gift boxes of radius 7 cm each is exactly same as the amount of gift papers used to wrap 14 similar cube gift boxes. What was the length of the body diagonal of the cube gift boxes?
Assume that π = 22/7
There is a dumbbell which consists of a solid long cylinder of radius r and height 10r with a solid hemisphere of radius 3r attached at either end as follows:
If this is molten and restructured into a maximum of N solid spheres of radius r/10, what is the value of N?
A laptop had 40 mediumsized keys of size 1 cm\times×1 cm, 20 small keys and 10 large keys, such that the area covered by one small key and one large key are 60% and 150% of that covered by one medium key respectively. If the touchpad covers the same area as 8 large keys, what is the approximate percentage of area in the keyboard panel that is not in use? Consider the keyboard panel to have an area of 300 square cm and that nothing else other than the keys and touch pad to be present in the panel.
What is the value of x for which 2^{(1+3+5+...x)} = (0.0625)^{−25}
If log_{125} 40= a and log_{5 }98 = b. Then how can log_{14} 5 be represented in terms of a and b?
If the number of factors of N is 8 and that of 5N is 16, then the number of factors of 2*N can be
In how many ways can we select a square of side length at most 4 units from a chess board if one square of the chess board is considered to have a side length of 1 unit?
The number of even factors of S, where S = 1^{3} + 2^{3 }+ 3^{3} +... 1000^{3} is
What is the sum of the first 10 terms of an increasing A.P. where the first, second and fourth terms are in G.P. and the fifth term of the A.P. is 13?
Raghav went to an orphanage of 5 kids with 22 similar notebooks to gift the children. Kids in the orphanage demanded at least 1, at least 2, at least 3, at least 4 and at least 5 notebooks with no two kids demanding the same minimum number of books. In how many ways can Raghav distribute the notebooks to them?
If a quadratic equation x^{2}−ax+b has roots in the ratio 1:4, then the minimum value of b4a+3 can be written in the form −p/q, where p and q are coprime natural numbers. Then the value of pq=?
If all the diagonals of a regular hexagon are drawn, the number of points intersection, not counting the corners of the hexagon is
On the market of Covent Garden, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Jones sell apples. Mrs. Jones sells her apples for two per rupee. The apples of Mrs. Smith are a bit smaller; she sells hers for three per rupee. At a certain moment, when both ladies have the same number of apples left, Mrs. Smith is being called away. She asks her neighbor to take care of her goods. To make everything not too complicated, Mrs. Jones simply puts all apples to one big pile, and starts selling them for two rupee per five apples. When Mrs. Smith returns the next day, all apples have been sold out. But when they start dividing the money, there appears to be a shortage of seven rupees. Supposing they divide the amount equally, how much in Rupees does Mrs. Jones lose in this deal?
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