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The questions in this set ask you to match definitions to particular situations. For each question, you will be given a definition and four possible answer choices. Read each definition and all four choices carefully, and find the answer that provides the best example of the given definition. Answer each question solely on the basis of the definition given.

 

Q1. Mutiny is a conspiracy among a group of individuals to openly oppose, change or overthrow an authority to which they are subject. Which situation below is the best example of a Mutiny? 

A. The Indian rebellion of 1857 was a period of armed uprising in India against British colonial power.
B. In August 1996, The Leader was forced to leave Sudan and arrived in Jalabad, Afghanistan.
C. Bombers operating at high altitudes well out of range of antiaircraft guns bombed at neighbor country’s training camps. 
D. The Forces and the Northern Alliance also began to diverge in their objectives.

ANSWER: A. The Indian rebellion of 1857 was a period of armed uprising in India against British colonial power.



Q2. Indemnity insurance compensates the beneficiaries of the policies for their actual economic losses, up to the limiting amount of the insurance policy. . Which situation below is the best example of a Indemnification?

A. Slave owners suffered a loss whenever their slaves or indentured servants were granted their freedom. Slave owners might have been paid to cover their losses.
B. If, however, there is excess cash balances and increasing cash generation, the excess cash needs to be invested or distributed.
C. If anyone use a business with total assets of $1,000,000 and cash making up 15%, or $150,000, of that total.
D. As the applicants could not afford to make the premium payments. In order to accomplish his scheme, Ramesh further agreed to provide the premium payments on behalf of the applicants.

ANSWER: A. Slave owners suffered a loss whenever their slaves or indentured servants were granted their freedom. Slave owners might have been paid to cover their losses.



Q3. Resilience is usually thought of as the end product of an effective coping mechanism(s) when people are under stress. Which situation below is the best example of a resilience?

A. They lack comprehension of anything beyond the material sphere of the five senses.
B. John’s family is not only surviving difficult times, but being able to thrive despite adversity. 
C. Hereditary factors that contribute to personality development do so as a result of interactions with the particular social environment in which people live. 
D. When people who don't persist enough fail is not that they are failing more than the average person, it's because they just give up too soon.

ANSWER: B. John’s family is not only surviving difficult times, but being able to thrive despite adversity.



Q4. Infiltration is a process in which individuals penetrate an area, especially the military penetration of enemy positions without detection. Which situation below is the best example of a infiltration? 

A. A sample 20-minute circuit workout for military training is performed by completing the maximum number of repetitions for 13 exercises.
B. Tactics developed by the army, that broke the trench-warfare stalemate on the western front.
C. Department of Census and Statistics starts nationwide exercise to assess the loss of human lives and damage to property in the final stages of civil war.
D. For some years now, a part of the political and intellectual world has been seduced by the improbable idea of a clash of civilizations.
 

ANSWER: B. Tactics developed by the army, that broke the trench-warfare stalemate on the western front.


Q5. Quid pro quo mean "a favour for a favour" . Which situation below can be the best example of a Quid pro quo ?

A. Relationships that understand the need for a healthy give and take balance are less likely to fail because both partners know and understand the value of the other. 
B. That part of capital flows that represents a direct financial flow from a parent company to an overseas firm that it controls.
C. Iran used to be India's second-largest supplier, but is now fifth or sixth.
D. India is not buying and U.S. is not selling any Fighter Planes.

ANSWER: A. Relationships that understand the need for a healthy give and take balance are less likely to fail because both partners know and understand the value of the other. 

 

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