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Each question below contains six statements followed by four sets of combinations of three; Choose the set in which the statement are logically related. A. Final year students would like a good career. B. All final year students are eligible as candidates for MBA entrance examination. C.Final year ... F. All those who would like a good career are entitled to it. (a) AEF (b) EBC (c) BCF (d) CDF
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Given the quadratic equation $x^2 – (A – 3)x – (A – 2)$, for what value of $A$ will the sum of the squares of the roots be zero? $-2$ $3$ $6$ $\text{None of these}$
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Arrange the sentences A,B,C and D to form a logical sequence between sentences $1$ and $6$. Intensity of competition in an industry is neither a matter of coincidence not bad luck. The collective strength of these forces determines the ultimate ... depends on five basic competitive forces. They differ fundamentally in their ultimate profit potential as the collective strength of the forces differ.
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A number of sentences are given below which, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. However, One of the statement is illogically placed. Choose the illogically placed out of sentences from among the five ... companies, the government is doing the unthinkable. Private sector and public sector companies act in a similar fashion when in crisis.
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A conservation problem equally as important as that of soil erosion is the loss of soil fertility. Most agriculture was originally supported by the natural fertility of the soil; and, in areas in which soils were deep and rich in minerals, farming ... is Problems of soil erosion Agriculture in Volcanic islands. The importance of chemical fertilizers. Causes of and remedies of soil-infertility.
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A conservation problem equally as important as that of soil erosion is the loss of soil fertility. Most agriculture was originally supported by the natural fertility of the soil; and, in areas in which soils were deep and rich in minerals, farming could be ... those irrigated with well-water. those in which crop rotation is not practiced. sub-tropical forests flat land irrigated from reservoirs.
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French cuisine is highly regarded all over the world. Yet in Paris there are more American restaurants selling burgers and fries (which many people now class as junk food) than there are in any other European capital city. Obviously the French are very fond ... high nutritional value when eaten in moderation There are an unusually large number of American tourists in Paris who eat at burger joints
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Evidence has been presented that the unconscious mind, still viewed by many psychological scientists as the shadow of a real conscious mind, is identifiably more deliberate, action oriented and complex than its conscious counterpart. Furthermore researchers ... is not that undependable as previously thought. ascertain that conscious and unconscious minds together yield second-to-none judgements.
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A number of sentences are given below which, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. However, One of the statements is illogically placed. Choose the illogically placed out of sentences from among the five given ... son of a Boston man who had died an alcoholic vagrant. Alcohol had a devastating effect on this Boston based American family.
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A number of sentences are given below which, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Each sentence is labelled with a letter. However, One of the statements is illogically placed. Choose the illogically placed out of sentences from among the five given choices so ... a bilateral relations in the trade that could be called upon provide a buffer against the arm-twisting by the U.S.A.
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In research designed to investigate the possibility of animals developing friendship with other, unrelated, members of their species, a group of $29$ chimpanzees were reared together for $15$ years. At the end of that time the chimps were presented with two options for ... The first is the part of the evidence that the critic disputes. The second is a suggestion that the researchers do not accept.
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Scientism has left humanity in our technical mastery of inanimate nature, but improvised us in our quest for an answer to the riddle of the universe and of our existence in it. Scientism has done worse than that with respect to our status as social beings, ... are unrelated to each other difficult to identify or predict. subject to manipulation at will. reducible to a single cause for each effect
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Scientism has left humanity in our technical mastery of inanimate nature, but improvised us in our quest for an answer to the riddle of the universe and of our existence in it. Scientism has done worse than that with respect to our status as social ... relationships. Scientism is poorly suited to explain social behaviour. Scientism is no longer applicable to the study of the natural sciences.
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A conservation problem equally as important as that of soil erosion is the loss of soil fertility. Most agriculture was originally supported by the natural fertility of the soil; and, in areas in which soils were deep and rich in minerals, ... fertility to the soil not mentioned in the passage is alluvium brought by rivers bacterial action fertilizer fixation through lightning organic manure
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Scientism has left humanity in our technical mastery of inanimate nature, but improvised us in our quest for an answer to the riddle of the universe and of our existence in it. Scientism has done worse than that with respect to our status as ... author's attitude towards the application of scientism to the social sciences is best described as one of committed scrutiny dismissal criticism approval
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A conservation problem equally as important as that of soil erosion is the loss of soil fertility. Most agriculture was originally supported by the natural fertility of the soil; and, in areas in which soils were deep and rich in minerals, farming could be ... . it consists of heavy soil with poor drainage properties. the Nile water contains an excess of salts. it contains nutritive minerals.
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A conservation problem equally as important as that of soil erosion is the loss of soil fertility. Most agriculture was originally supported by the natural fertility of the soil; and, in areas in which soils were deep and rich in minerals, farming could be carried on for many years without the ... desalinize the soil. destroy pests. I,II,III & IV I,II & IV only. II & IV only II, III & IV only
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A conservation problem equally as important as that of soil erosion is the loss of soil fertility. Most agriculture was originally supported by the natural fertility of the soil; and, in areas in which soils were deep and rich in minerals, farming ... damaged by salinization. Natural fertility exhausts most quickly in river valley lands humid tropical forests volcanic areas lands near urban areas
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The connective tissues are heterogeneous group of tissues derived from the mesenchyme, a meshwork of stellate cells that develop in the middle layer of the early embryo. They have the general function of maintaining the structural integrity of organs, and providing ... responsible for specific functions of an organ. thin sheets from which some organs are suspended. cells through which blood flows.
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From a vantage point in space, an observer could see that the Earth is engaged in a variety of motions. First, there is its rotation on its own axis, causing the alternation of day and night. This rotation, however, is not altogether steady. Primarily because of the ... objects. Reference of geometric forms. Allusions to the works of other authors. I only II only I and II only II and III only
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The connective tissues are heterogeneous group of tissues derived from the mesenchyme, a meshwork of stellate cells that develop in the middle layer of the early embryo. They have the general function of maintaining the structural integrity of organs, and ... also a form of connective tissue. The passage has most probably been taken from a book on Neurology Nutrition Physiology Calisthenics
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From a vantage point in space, an observer could see that the Earth is engaged in a variety of motions. First, there is its rotation on its own axis, causing the alternation of day and night. This rotation, however, is not altogether steady. Primarily because of ... time? Mutation Precession The Earth's rotation on its axis The movement of the dumb-bell formed by the center of mass of Earth-Moon
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Scientism has left humanity in our technical mastery of inanimate nature, but improvised us in our quest for an answer to the riddle of the universe and of our existence in it. Scientism has done worse than that with respect to our status as social ... . desire to keep the social sciences separate from the physical sciences. opinion that scientists must take moral responsibility for their actions.
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Scientism has left humanity in our technical mastery of inanimate nature, but improvised us in our quest for an answer to the riddle of the universe and of our existence in it. Scientism has done worse than that with respect to our status as ... . Describing a method for achieving control over human social behaviour. Demonstration the superiority of the social sciences over the natural sciences.
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Emile Durkheim, the first person to be formally recognized as a sociologist and the most scientific of the pioneers, conducted a study that stands as a research model for sociologists today. His investigation of suicide was, in fact, the first sociological study to ... be explained in terms of absence of social ties. disruption of social regulation. nature of social integration All of the above.
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Emile Durkheim, the first person to be formally recognized as a sociologist and the most scientific of the pioneers, conducted a study that stands as a research model for sociologists today. His investigation of suicide was, in fact, the first sociological ... . to categorize various types of suicides. to document that social behaviour can be explained by social rather than psychological factors.
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The connective tissues are heterogeneous group of tissues derived from the mesenchyme, a meshwork of stellate cells that develop in the middle layer of the early embryo. They have the general function of maintaining the structural integrity of organs, and providing cohesion and internal support for ... are Cartilage Stroma Lipid Synovia I,II,III & IV I,III & IV only I,II & IV only I and II only
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The connective tissues are heterogeneous group of tissues derived from the mesenchyme, a meshwork of stellate cells that develop in the middle layer of the early embryo. They have the general function of maintaining the structural integrity of organs, and ... Through peri-vascular spaces exchange takes place between blood and organs cells and embryo nutrients and waste products septa and stroma
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Emile Durkheim, the first person to be formally recognized as a sociologist and the most scientific of the pioneers, conducted a study that stands as a research model for sociologists today. His investigation of suicide was, in fact, the first sociological study to ... , not others. vindicated on all counts. wrong but did not realize that he was right. substantially correct but formally wrong.
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Emile Durkheim, the first person to be formally recognized as a sociologist and the most scientific of the pioneers, conducted a study that stands as a research model for sociologists today. His investigation of suicide was, in fact, the first sociological study to ... likely to commit suicide. Durkheim categorized this as anomic suicide. altruistic suicide. egoistic suicide. both (b) and (c).
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Emile Durkheim, the first person to be formally recognized as a sociologist and the most scientific of the pioneers, conducted a study that stands as a research model for sociologists today. His investigation of suicide was, in fact, the first ... regulation and interaction. recognizing sociology is to acknowledge that the society is susceptible to scientific investigation. All of the above.
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Read the following question carefully and answer the questions based on that. Each of five people$A,B,C,D$ and $E$ owns a different car among Maruti, Mercedes, Sierra.Fiat and Audi and the colours of these cars are Black,Green,Blue,White and Red, not necessary in that order. No two ... $A$'s car is a Red Maruti and $D$'s car is White, then $E$ owns a Black Audi Blue Sierra Blue Sierra Blue Audi
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Read the following question carefully and answer the questions based on that. Each of five people$A,B,C,D$ and $E$ owns a different car among Maruti, Mercedes, Sierra.Fiat and Audi and the colours of these cars are Black,Green,Blue,White and Red, not necessary in that order. No two ... and it is Fiat. If $A$ owns a White Audi, then $E$'s car can be a Red Maruti Blue Maruti Green Audi Black Sierra
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Read the following question carefully and answer the question based on that. Each of five people$A,B,C,D$ and $E$ owns a different car among Maruti, Mercedes, Sierra, Fiat and Audi and the colours of these cars are Black,Green,Blue,White and Red, not necessary in that order. No ... Red and it is Fiat. If $A$ owns a Blue Sierra, then $E$'s car can be a Red Maruti White Maruti Black Audi Red Audi
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Each question gives a sentence with a part of the sentence underlined that may contain an error.Four alternative substitutes are given for the underlined portion. Identify the choice that replaces the underlined part to form a logically and grammatically correct statement and mark its number ... Who do not seem to realize what their own country is and how much there is in it to see and learn from
Which industry sector has ‘salaries’ and ‘wages’ as $3$rd largest item in its expenses? Food Services Textiles & Food Food & Machinery