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The child psychologist suggests that the formation of social groups of young children,like the adults who raised them, is based on common interests and hobbies.a)the adults who raised themb)that of the adults who raised themc)that among the adults who raised themd)they that raised the adultse)the formation of social groups of the adults who raised themCorrect answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: Each set of questions in this section is based on the reasoning and arguments set out in the preceding passage. Please answer each question on the basis of what is stated or implied in the corresponding passage. Do not rely on any information or facts other than the ones supplied to you. In some instances, more than one option may be the answer to the question; in such a case, please choose the option that most accurately and comprehensively answers the question.The child-sized skeletal human-looking fossils found on Flores began to be referred to as the remains of a Hobbit when it was discovered that they belonged to fully grown human-like creatures. Standing at just 0.9 meters when alive, the hobbits would have been considerably smaller than modern humans, or even other human cousins that have since gone extinct.Researchers have found the remains of nine of the skeletons, the bones of which have been found to be approximately 18,000 years old-together the discovery has caused much debate about whether the creatures were a species separate from modern humans, or if they were modern humans that had simply suffered from microcephaly-a condition that leads a person to have a small body and head, and also some degree of retardation.To help settle the debate the researchers with this new effort undertook a serious examination and analysis of the creatures teeth. However, research is still going on and the status is not clear.Which of the following is LEAST consistent with the authors reasoning in the passage?a)H umans with microcephaly and hobbits are different.b)Humans and hobbits are different.c)Hobbits can be considered humans but research is still going on.d)The child skeletal bones found in Flores have cleared the confusion.Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Write difference s between Marshall's and robbins definition?
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Direction: Each set of questions in this section is based on the reasoning and arguments set out in the preceding passage. Please answer each question on the basis of what is stated or implied in the corresponding passage. Do not rely on any information or facts other than the ones supplied to you. In some instances, more than one option may be the answer to the question; in such a case, please choose the option that most accurately and comprehensively answers the question.The child-sized skeletal human-looking fossils found on Flores began to be referred to as the remains of a Hobbit when it was discovered that they belonged to fully grown human-like creatures. Standing at just 0.9 meters when alive, the hobbits would have been considerably smaller than modern humans, or even other human cousins that have since gone extinct.Researchers have found the remains of nine of the skeletons, the bones of which have been found to be approximately 18,000 years old-together the discovery has caused much debate about whether the creatures were a species separate from modern humans, or if they were modern humans that had simply suffered from microcephaly-a condition that leads a person to have a small body and head, and also some degree of retardation.To help settle the debate the researchers with this new effort undertook a serious examination and analysis of the creatures teeth. However, research is still going on and the status is not clear.Which one of the following is the main conclusion of the passage?a)Humans and hobbits can be differentiated easily, so there must be no confusion of whether those bones are human or hobbit.b)Microcephaly is a severe condition and needs to be treated as soon as possible.c)More research is needed to clear the confusion between different species and human history.d)Scientists can only guess and cannot estimate the truth behind anything.Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage.With the Treaty of Westphalia, the papacy had been confined to ecclesiastical functions, and the doctrine of sovereign equality reigned. What political theory could then explain the origin and justify the functions of secular political order? In his Leviathan, published in 1651, three years after the Peace of Westphalia, Thomas Hobbes provided such a theory. He imagined a “state of nature” in the past when the absence of authority produced a “war of all against all.” To escape such intolerable insecurity, he theorized, people delivered their rights to a sovereign power in return for the sovereign’s provision of security for all within the state’s border. The sovereign state’s monopoly on power was established as the only way to overcome the perpetual fear of violent death and war.a)Thomas Hobbes theorized the emergence of sovereign states based on a transactionalrelationship between people and sovereign state that was necessitated by a sense ofinsecurity of the people.b)Thomas Hobbes theorized the voluntary surrender of rights by people as essential foremergence of sovereign states.c)Thomas Hobbes theorized the emergence of sovereign states as a form of transactionalgovernance to limit the power of the papacy.d)Thomas Hobbes theorized that sovereign states emerged out of people’s voluntarydesire to overcome the sense of insecurity and establish the doctrine of sovereignequality.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: Each set of questions in this section is based on the reasoning and arguments set out in the preceding passage. Please answer each question on the basis of what is stated or implied in the corresponding passage. Do not rely on any information or facts other than the ones supplied to you. In some instances, more than one option may be the answer to the question; in such a case, please choose the option that most accurately and comprehensively answers the question.The child-sized skeletal human-looking fossils found on Flores began to be referred to as the remains of a Hobbit when it was discovered that they belonged to fully grown human-like creatures. Standing at just 0.9 meters when alive, the hobbits would have been considerably smaller than modern humans, or even other human cousins that have since gone extinct.Researchers have found the remains of nine of the skeletons, the bones of which have been found to be approximately 18,000 years old-together the discovery has caused much debate about whether the creatures were a species separate from modern humans, or if they were modern humans that had simply suffered from microcephaly-a condition that leads a person to have a small body and head, and also some degree of retardation.To help settle the debate the researchers with this new effort undertook a serious examination and analysis of the creatures teeth. However, research is still going on and the status is not clear.Which of the following, if true, most weakens the argument presented in the third paragraph?a)Scientists have neither confirmed that the remains resemble a human being nor hobbits.b)Science and evolution are interesting enough to confuse anyone.c)Humans and the child-sized skeletal humanlooking fossils found on Flores are believed to be two different species altogether and they cannot be deemed as humans at any cost.d)Complex genes have resulted in the variation of features among humans and hobbits, but nothing can be said accurately.Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction for Reading Comprehension: The passages given here are followed byquestionthat have four answer choices; read the passage carefully and pick the option whose answer best aligns with the passageAlthough one of the most contested concepts in political philosophy, human nature is something on which most people seem to agree. By and large, according to Rutger Bregman in his new book Humankind, we have a rather pessimistic view – not of ourselves exactly, but of everyone else. We see other people as selfish, untrustworthy and dangerous and therefore we behave towards them with defensiveness and suspicion. This was how the17th-century philosopher Thomas Hobbes conceived our natural state to be, believing that all that stood between us and violent anarchy was a strong state and firm leadership.But in following Hobbes, argues Bregman, we ensure that the negative view we have of human nature is reflected back at us. He instead puts his faith in Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the 18th-century French thinker, who famously declared that man was born free and it was civilisation – with its coercive powers, social classes and restrictive laws – that put him in chains.Hobbes and Rousseau are seen as the two poles of the human nature argument and it’s no surprise that Bregman strongly sides with the Frenchman. He takes Rousseau’s intuition and paints a picture of a prelapsarian idyll in which, for the better part of 300,000 years, Homo sapiens lived a fulfilling life in harmony with nature . . . Then we discovered agriculture and for the next 10,000 years it was all property, war, greed and injustice. . . .It was abandoning our nomadic lifestyle and then domesticating animals, says Bregman, that brought about infectious diseases such as measles, smallpox, tuberculosis, syphilis, malaria, cholera and plague. This may be true, but what Bregman never really seems to get to grips with is that pathogens were not the only things that grew with agriculture – so did the number of humans. It’s one thing to maintain friendly relations and a property-less mode of living when you’re 30 or 40 hunter-gatherers following the food. But life becomes a great deal more complex and knowledge far more extensive when there are settlements of many thousands.“Civilisation has become synonymous with peace and progress and wilderness with war and decline,” writes Bregman. “In reality, for most of human existence, it was the other way around.” Whereas traditional history depicts the collapse of civilisations as “dark ages” in which everything gets worse, modern scholars, he claims, see them more as a reprieve, in which the enslaved gain their freedom and culture flourishes. Like much else in this book, the truth is probably somewhere between the two stated positions.In any case, the fear of civilisational collapse, Bregman believes, is unfounded. It’s the result of what the Dutch biologist Frans de Waal calls “veneer theory” – the idea that just below the surface, our bestial nature is waiting to break out. . . . There’s a great deal of reassuring human decency to be taken from this bold and thought-provoking book and a wealth of evidence in support of the contention that the sense of who we are as a species has been deleteriously distorted. But it seems equally misleading to offer the false choice of Rousseau and Hobbes when, clearly, humanity encompasses both.Q.None of the following views is expressed in the passage EXCEPT that:a)Hobbes and Rousseau disagreed on the fundamental nature of humans, but both believed in the need for a strong state.b)Bregman agrees with Hobbes that firm leadership is needed to ensure property rights and regulate strife.c)the author of the review believes in the veneer theory of human nature.d)most people agree with Hobbes’ pessimistic view of human nature as being intrinsically untrustworthy and selfish.Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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The passage given below is followed by four alternate summaries. Choose the option that best captures the essence of the passage.With the Treaty of Westphalia, the papacy had been confined to ecclesiastical functions, and the doctrine of sovereign equality reigned. What political theory could then explain the origin and justify the functions of secular political order? In his Leviathan, published in 1651, three years after the Peace of Westphalia, Thomas Hobbes provided such a theory. He imagined a “state of nature” in the past when the absence of authority produced a “war of all against all.” To escape such intolerable insecurity, he theorized, people delivered their rights to a sovereign power in return for the sovereign’s provision of security for all within the state’s border. The sovereign state’s monopoly on power was established as the only way to overcome the perpetual fear of violent death and war.a)Thomas Hobbes theorized the emergence of sovereign states based on a transactionalrelationship between people and sovereign state that was necessitated by a sense ofinsecurity of the people.b)Thomas Hobbes theorized the voluntary surrender of rights by people as essential foremergence of sovereign states.c)Thomas Hobbes theorized the emergence of sovereign states as a form of transactionalgovernance to limit the power of the papacy.d)Thomas Hobbes theorized that sovereign states emerged out of people’s voluntarydesire to overcome the sense of insecurity and establish the doctrine of sovereignequality.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: Each set of questions in this section is based on the reasoning and arguments set out in the preceding passage. Please answer each question on the basis of what is stated or implied in the corresponding passage. Do not rely on any information or facts other than the ones supplied to you. In some instances, more than one option may be the answer to the question; in such a case, please choose the option that most accurately and comprehensively answers the question.The child-sized skeletal human-looking fossils found on Flores began to be referred to as the remains of a Hobbit when it was discovered that they belonged to fully grown human-like creatures. Standing at just 0.9 meters when alive, the hobbits would have been considerably smaller than modern humans, or even other human cousins that have since gone extinct.Researchers have found the remains of nine of the skeletons, the bones of which have been found to be approximately 18,000 years old-together the discovery has caused much debate about whether the creatures were a species separate from modern humans, or if they were modern humans that had simply suffered from microcephaly-a condition that leads a person to have a small body and head, and also some degree of retardation.To help settle the debate the researchers with this new effort undertook a serious examination and analysis of the creatures teeth. However, research is still going on and the status is not clear.Which of the following, if true, most weakens the argument presented in the third paragraph?a)Scientists have neither confirmed that the remains resemble a human being nor hobbits.b)Science and evolution are interesting enough to confuse anyone.c)Humans and the child-sized skeletal humanlooking fossils found on Flores are believed to be two different species altogether and they cannot be deemed as humans at any cost.d)Complex genes have resulted in the variation of features among humans and hobbits, but nothing can be said accurately.Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction for Reading Comprehension: The passages given here are followed byquestionthat have four answer choices; read the passage carefully and pick the option whose answer best aligns with the passageAlthough one of the most contested concepts in political philosophy, human nature is something on which most people seem to agree. By and large, according to Rutger Bregman in his new book Humankind, we have a rather pessimistic view – not of ourselves exactly, but of everyone else. We see other people as selfish, untrustworthy and dangerous and therefore we behave towards them with defensiveness and suspicion. This was how the17th-century philosopher Thomas Hobbes conceived our natural state to be, believing that all that stood between us and violent anarchy was a strong state and firm leadership.But in following Hobbes, argues Bregman, we ensure that the negative view we have of human nature is reflected back at us. He instead puts his faith in Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the 18th-century French thinker, who famously declared that man was born free and it was civilisation – with its coercive powers, social classes and restrictive laws – that put him in chains.Hobbes and Rousseau are seen as the two poles of the human nature argument and it’s no surprise that Bregman strongly sides with the Frenchman. He takes Rousseau’s intuition and paints a picture of a prelapsarian idyll in which, for the better part of 300,000 years, Homo sapiens lived a fulfilling life in harmony with nature . . . Then we discovered agriculture and for the next 10,000 years it was all property, war, greed and injustice. . . .It was abandoning our nomadic lifestyle and then domesticating animals, says Bregman, that brought about infectious diseases such as measles, smallpox, tuberculosis, syphilis, malaria, cholera and plague. This may be true, but what Bregman never really seems to get to grips with is that pathogens were not the only things that grew with agriculture – so did the number of humans. It’s one thing to maintain friendly relations and a property-less mode of living when you’re 30 or 40 hunter-gatherers following the food. But life becomes a great deal more complex and knowledge far more extensive when there are settlements of many thousands.“Civilisation has become synonymous with peace and progress and wilderness with war and decline,” writes Bregman. “In reality, for most of human existence, it was the other way around.” Whereas traditional history depicts the collapse of civilisations as “dark ages” in which everything gets worse, modern scholars, he claims, see them more as a reprieve, in which the enslaved gain their freedom and culture flourishes. Like much else in this book, the truth is probably somewhere between the two stated positions.In any case, the fear of civilisational collapse, Bregman believes, is unfounded. It’s the result of what the Dutch biologist Frans de Waal calls “veneer theory” – the idea that just below the surface, our bestial nature is waiting to break out. . . . There’s a great deal of reassuring human decency to be taken from this bold and thought-provoking book and a wealth of evidence in support of the contention that the sense of who we are as a species has been deleteriously distorted. But it seems equally misleading to offer the false choice of Rousseau and Hobbes when, clearly, humanity encompasses both.Q.None of the following views is expressed in the passage EXCEPT that:a)Hobbes and Rousseau disagreed on the fundamental nature of humans, but both believed in the need for a strong state.b)Bregman agrees with Hobbes that firm leadership is needed to ensure property rights and regulate strife.c)the author of the review believes in the veneer theory of human nature.d)most people agree with Hobbes’ pessimistic view of human nature as being intrinsically untrustworthy and selfish.Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: Each set of questions in this section is based on the reasoning and arguments set out in the preceding passage. Please answer each question on the basis of what is stated or implied in the corresponding passage. Do not rely on any information or facts other than the ones supplied to you. In some instances, more than one option may be the answer to the question; in such a case, please choose the option that most accurately and comprehensively answers the question.The child-sized skeletal human-looking fossils found on Flores began to be referred to as the remains of a Hobbit when it was discovered that they belonged to fully grown human-like creatures. Standing at just 0.9 meters when alive, the hobbits would have been considerably smaller than modern humans, or even other human cousins that have since gone extinct.Researchers have found the remains of nine of the skeletons, the bones of which have been found to be approximately 18,000 years old-together the discovery has caused much debate about whether the creatures were a species separate from modern humans, or if they were modern humans that had simply suffered from microcephaly-a condition that leads a person to have a small body and head, and also some degree of retardation.To help settle the debate the researchers with this new effort undertook a serious examination and analysis of the creatures teeth. However, research is still going on and the status is not clear.The argument of the author depends on which one of the following assumptions?a)Humans are not the only human-like species in the world.b)Child-like bones cannot be humans.c)Child-like bones cannot be from hobbits as theres no proof that they exist.d)The money invested in research of bones in Flores, is not being used wisely.Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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Middle- earth is a fictional land inhabited by hobbits, elves, dwarves and men. The hobbits and elves are peaceful creatures that prefer slow, silent lives and appreciate nature and art. The dwarves and the men engage in physical games. The game is as follows. A tournament is one where out of the two teams that play a match, the one that loses get eliminated. The matches are played in different rounds, where in every round; half of the teams get eliminated from the tournament. If there are 8 rounds played in knock out tournament, how manymatches were played?a)257b)256c)72d)255Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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