Which of the following is an inference that can be drawn from the second paragraph?
According to Epictetus' philosophy, which of the following best expresses the role played by chance in the well being of an individual?
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Which of the following is NOT an example of a stoic response to adversity?
According to the passage, what can be a direct consequence of people trying to avoid an unfortunate life?
Which of the following has NOT been mentioned as one of the purposes of magic/occult sciences in the passage?
Which of the following highlights a major similarity between premodern medicine and alchemy?
"The scientific revolution that followed continued the same trend". The 'trend' in the statement refers to
Which of the following best describes what the passage is trying to do?
The author's view on the 'principle of just deserts' differs from that of Mankiw in which of the following ways?
The author cites the example of developments in finance to drive home all of the following points, EXCEPT
Which of the following statements is the author least likely to agree with?
Who among the following would the author not tag as 'Kierkegaard's Socrates'?
A doubter and an ironist differ in all of the following ways, 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 year 2016 was the warmest this region had experienced since 770 AD.
It was found that for the last two decades, Yellowstone National Park has been warming at its most intense rates in at least 1,250 years.
Tree rings can provide a variety of information about the climate and weather conditions a tree has experienced over the course of its lifetime.
A study, published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, used data from tree rings to reconstruct more than a millennium of summer temperatures in the Yellowstone region.
The question has a set of sentences, which when properly sequenced, forms a coherent paragraph. Enter the most logical order of the sentences from among the given options.
1. In discussing the period preceding the revolution of 1917, Terras links the literary movements with parallel developments in theater, music, and the visual arts, explaining that these all placed Russia in the forefront of European modernism.
2. He wraps up his survey with the dissident movement that followed Stalin's death, arguing that the movement again made literature a leader in the struggle for freedom of thought, genuine relevance, and communion with Western culture.
3. Terras traces a rich literary heritage that encompasses Russian folklore of the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries, medieval literature that in style and substances drew on the Byzantine tradition and literature of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, when Russia passed through a succession of literary schools  neoclassicism, sentimentalism, romanticism, and realism  imported from the West.
4. Terras divides Russian literature after the revolution into emigre and Soviet writing, and he demonstrates how the latter acted as a propaganda tool of the Communist party.
5. Terras moves on to the masterful realist fiction of Turgenev, Dostoevsky, and Tolstoi during the second half of the nineteenth century, showing how it was a catalyst for the social and cultural advances following the reforms of Alexander II.
There is a sentence that is missing in the paragraph below. Look at the paragraph and decide in which blank (option 1, 2, 3, or 4) the following sentence would best fit.
Sentence: This stark reality has driven the growth of movements advocating for drastic change in our lifestyle and economic priorities.
Paragraph: Environmental concerns have been mounting with the undeniable impact of human activity on climate change. ____(1). ____ Scientists advocate for immediate collective action, suggesting steps such as reducing carbon footprints, conserving water, and investing in sustainable technologies. ___(2). ____ Governments and corporations play significant roles by enforcing ecofriendly policies and promoting green technologies, but the inertia has been difficult to overcome. _____ (3). ____ Consequently, our planet's future hangs in a delicate balance, urging every individual's participation in the conservation effort. ____ (4). ____.
There is a sentence that is missing in the paragraph below. Look at the paragraph and decide in which blank (option 1, 2, 3, or 4) the following sentence would best fit.
Sentence: Ironically, it's this data abundance that often leads companies to the paralysis of analysis, unable to sort what's truly actionable.
Paragraph: In the age of digital transformation, businesses are inundated with data that can lead to groundbreaking insights. ____ (1). ____ Cuttingedge tools in data science and AI promise the allure of predictive analytics and informed decisionmaking. ____ (2). ____ However, the human element remains critical in interpreting data and making strategic decisions. ____ (3). ____ Thus, a balanced approach to digital adoption is key in leveraging advantages while maintaining strategic control. ____ (4) ____.
The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage.
Modern workplaces require constant upskilling due to rapid technological advancements. Employers seek individuals who can learn and adapt rather than those with extensive experience in redundant technologies. Thus, the traditional premium on experience is being swiftly replaced by the ability to learn and adapt.
The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage.
Neuroscientific research has challenged the notion of free will, suggesting our decisions are the end products of past brain activity. This understanding potentially realigns concepts of morality and, fundamentally, our judicial thinking, which traditionally centers around the belief in free will.
The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage.
Coral reefs, often called "rainforests of the sea", support a quarter of all marine life. However, climate change and ocean acidification are decimating these ecosystems, leading to a loss of biodiversity. The consequences extend beyond the marine environment, indicating an impending ecological crisis.
What is the difference between the number of friends who went to Goa and the number of friends who stayed at home?
In time slot2, the average amount of time spent (in hours) per day by Mr. Xavier coding any of the mobile apps was (rounded to the nearest hour)
If during the last time slot, the maximum amount of time that Mr. Xavier could spend coding any one mobile app in a day was 1.5 hours, how many mobile apps would Mr. Xavier be able to finish coding in the targeted time?
What was the average time for which Mr. Xavier must have done coding per day during the last time slot to finish coding all the mobile apps in the targeted time?
The cars given in which of the following options can be the only cars in a racing team?
Two students Ianne and Janne, categorised in the extended merit list, are tied with the same total score. What is the maximum total score that they can score individually?
Who was at the fourth position from the bottom at the starting of the third attempt?
Which of the following cannot be the sum of amount with any three players out of total five?
What is the difference between the amounts (in $) with Benjamin and Will?
Who among the following was/were in debt at the end of the game?
Which of the following attempts rolled the slot machine to definitely hit the jackpot?
Radheshyam is an alcohol bootlegger. He wants to make an extra profit on the alcohol, hence he tried to dilute the alcohol. He does this in a unique way. He takes 625 Liters of alcohol in a tank that has a large capacity. He replaces 20% of the content with water. After this, he doubles the quantity of alcohol in the tank by adding pure alcohol and then doubles the percentage of water in the mixture by adding pure water.
His manager found this process tiresome and confusing. Therefore he suggested Radheshyamto mix the original 625L alcohol with a solution B of alcohol and water so that the resulting solution is the same as that derived from his initial process. What is the overall quantity and concentration of the suggested mixture B?
Two friends, A and B, start walking simultaneously from two points, P and Q, which are 100 m apart, towards points Q and P, respectively. After they reach Q and P, they again start walking back towards points P and Q. They keep on walking between points P and Q without stopping anywhere. The respective ratio of the speeds of A and B is 3 : 2.
Q. What is the total distance travelled by A by the time A and B meet each other at point P for the first time?
f(x) is a non constant linear function such that f(f(f(f(1)))) is equal to f(f(1)). What is the value of f(3)+2f(0) if it is given that the angle between the function and the X axis is not equal to 45^{0}
Enter 1 if the answer can't be determined.
The equation = 4 cos (π/2 (x^{2} + 2x)) has how many distinct real solutions for x ≥ 0
Modern Dairy is an upcoming company that aims to provide a unique type of milk derived from plant to the customer segment which is lactose intolerant. It has 2 suppliers. The first supplier gives a solution of soy milk and water which has a soy milk concentration of 87.5%. The second suppliers gives a solution of almond based milk and water in which the concentration of almond based milk is 60%. If the milk obtained by mixing these two solutions has a water concentration of 30%, then what is the percentage of soymilk in the mixture?
A kite is a quadrilateral whose four sides can be grouped into two pairs of equallength sides that are adjacent to each other. A kite is formed with length of uncommon sides as 7 and 24. If length of one of its diagonal is 25 what is the length of other diagonal?
What is the number of common tangents between the two circles C1 and C2 where C1: x^{2}−8x+y^{2}−12y+16 = 0 and C2 : x^{2}−8x+y^{2}−18y+88 = 0
If α, β and γ are the roots of the equation 2x^{3}  3x^{2}  5x + 6 = 0, then α^{2} + β^{2} + γ^{2} is equal to
Sita went to a nearby village and wanted to buy fruits. The village market only sold apples, oranges and mangoes. The cost of the apple was Rs 5/piece. The cost of the orange was Rs 13/piece and the cost of the mango was Rs 15/piece. She has to buy at least 1 fruit of each kind. Her overall purchase of fruits coster her Rs 98.
Q. What is the sum of the minimum possible number of fruits and the maximum possible number of fruits she could buy
How many odd natural numbers are possible which satisfy the inequality
(x−2) (x−6) (x−10) (x−14) (x−18) < 0
If log_{49}2 =a, log_{9}2 =b and log_{2}48 = c then what is the value of (c − 1/2b)^{(1/a−1/b)}
A biologist conducted an experiment on guinea pigs, of which 30% were male and the rest were female. Out of the guinea pigs that died during the experiment, 20% were female. What is the ratio of the death rate among male guinea pigs to that among females?
N people can sit on 4 chairs in 5040 ways. In how many ways can 4 people be selected out of n2 people.
Ram has Rs 1,00,000 with him which he wants to invest. His financial advisor advised him to split the investment into 2 scheme.
The scheme I had a return of 10% compounded annually. Whereas scheme II had the interest of 20%per annum compounded halfyearly. If after the end of 2 years he had received a total amount of Rs 1,36,246 How much money did he invest in the scheme I?
For an investment with a fixed rate of return, interest received in 3rd year is 1440 and 4th year is 1728. What is the rate of compound interest per annum?
Ram sells only jeans of a particular make all of which he bought at the same price. During the Diwali festival, he started the "Buy 4 get 1 free " offer and on top of that, he gave 10% off on the bill. Despite such discounts, he made a profit of 5%. By, what percent was the cost of jeans marked up if all the customers availed both the offers?
In the above triangle, AD is anglebisector. If the value of BD is α which of the following relation is true?
There are 2 Arithmetic Progression series :
A_{1} = 1,5,9,...............481
A_{2} = 5,11,17..............479
What is the sum of common terms of the 2 Arithmetic Progressions?
Out of 15 points that lie in a plane, 3 points lie on a straight line and another 4 points lie on another straight line parallel to it. If no other 3 points are collinear, find the total number of triangles that can be formed?
The sum of the digits of a number N is 23. The remainder when N is divided by 11 is 7. What is the remainder when N is divided by 33?
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