# Recent questions tagged cat2020-set3

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[There is] a curious new reality: Human contact is becoming a luxury good. As more screens appear in the lives of the poor, screens are disappearing from the lives of the rich. The richer you are, the more you spend to be off-screen$\dots$ ... are not online. with falling costs, people are streaming more content on their devices. screens provide social contact in an increasingly isolating world.
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[There is] a curious new reality: Human contact is becoming a luxury good. As more screens appear in the lives of the poor, screens are disappearing from the lives of the rich. The richer you are, the more you spend to be off-screen ... and neuroscientists on screen-time use from the public. developing new work-efficiency programmes while lobbying for the right to disconnect bill.
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[There is] a curious new reality: Human contact is becoming a luxury good. As more screens appear in the lives of the poor, screens are disappearing from the lives of the rich. The richer you are, the more you spend to be off-screen$\dots$ The joy ... is with human engagement could become a new class marker. $\dots$studies show that time on these advertisement-support platforms is unhealthy.
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[There is] a curious new reality: Human contact is becoming a luxury good. As more screens appear in the lives of the poor, screens are disappearing from the lives of the rich. The richer you are, the more you spend to be off-screen$\dots$ The joy ... to have adverse effects on young children's learning. It increases human contact as it fills an isolation void. It can cause depression in viewers.
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I've been following the economic crisis for more than two years now. I began working on the subject as part of the background to a novel, and soon realized that I had stumbled across the most interesting story I've ever found. While I was beginning to work ... ideologies will emerge in the aftermath of the crisis. The ideology of individualism must be set aside in order to deal with the crisis.
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I've been following the economic crisis for more than two years now. I began working on the subject as part of the background to a novel, and soon realized that I had stumbled across the most interesting story I've ever found. While I was beginning ... The author is preoccupied with the economic crisis because he is being followed. The economic crisis outlasted the author's preoccupation with it.
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I've been following the economic crisis for more than two years now. I began working on the subject as part of the background to a novel, and soon realized that I had stumbled across the most interesting story I've ever found. While I was beginning to ... world. The huge gap between science and the arts has steadily narrowed over time. The global economic crisis lasted for more than two years.
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I've been following the economic crisis for more than two years now. I began working on the subject as part of the background to a novel, and soon realized that I had stumbled across the most interesting story I've ever found. While I ... with understanding financial matters is that they have become so arcane. Economic crises could be averted by changing prevailing ideologies and beliefs.
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I've been following the economic crisis for more than two years now. I began working on the subject as part of the background to a novel, and soon realized that I had stumbled across the most interesting story I've ever found. While ... institutions. An educational curriculum that promotes economic research. Economic policies that are more sensitively calibrated to the fluctuations of the market.
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Mode of transportation affects the travel experience and thus can produce new types of travel writing and perhaps even new identities. Modes of transportation determine the types and duration of social encounters; affect the organization and passage of ... between the representation of people and the actual fact. argued that cultural imperialism was more significant than colonial domination.
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Mode of transportation affects the travel experience and thus can produce new types of travel writing and perhaps even new identities. Modes of transportation determine the types and duration of social encounters; affect the organization and passage of space and time; ... of society. they were on a quest to discover their diverse identities. they developed a feminist perspective of the world.
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Mode of transportation affects the travel experience and thus can produce new types of travel writing and perhaps even new identities. Modes of transportation determine the types and duration of social encounters; affect the organization and passage of ... discovery of their identity as different from others. celebrated the freedom that travel gives. showed participation in local traditions.
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Mode of transportation affects the travel experience and thus can produce new types of travel writing and perhaps even new identities. Modes of transportation determine the types and duration of social encounters; affect the organization and passage of space and ... tensions in Victorian society. awareness of gender issues in Victorian society. awareness of the ways in which identity is formed.
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Mode of transportation affects the travel experience and thus can produce new types of travel writing and perhaps even new identities. Modes of transportation determine the types and duration of social encounters; affect the organization and passage of ... we can infer that travel writing is most similar to: feminist writing. historical fiction. political journalism. autobiographical writing.
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Although 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 ... that settled farming had on population growth. advocate the promotion of less complex societies as a basis for greater security and prosperity.
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Although 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 ... veneer theory of human nature. most people agree with Hobbes' pessimistic view of human nature as being intrinsically untrustworthy and selfish.
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Although 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, ... in societies and cultures. a sign of regression in society's trajectory. resulting from a breakdown in the veneer of human nature.
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Although 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 ... of living being socially harmonious. the role of agriculture in the advancement of knowledge. a civilised society being coercive and unjust.
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Although 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, ... and happiness. Although they were included in the Shinto pantheon, only two of them, Daikoku and Ebisu, were indigenous Japanese gods.
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Although 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, ... beauty. Woman' was considered a biological category, but femininity was a process' by which women became specific kinds of women.
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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. Brown et al. $(2001)$ suggest that metabolic theory may provide a conceptual foundation for much of ecology just as genetic ... same for ecology. Genetic theory provides an example of how a range of theoretical approaches and applications can make a theory successful.
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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: It advocated a ... that it should protect competition rather than individual competitors was an antitrust law introduced by, and named after, the Chicago school'.
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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. The dominant hypotheses in modern science believe that language evolved to allow humans to exchange factual information about the physical ... as being merely used to describe facts and label objects, to being necessary to promote more complex interactions among humans.
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The four sentences (labelled $1,2,3,4)$ ... of the various apparatuses in mammals, can be applied for the most complex human organ: the central nervous system $\text{(CNS)}$.
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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. Aesthetic political representation urges us to realize that the representative has autonomy with regard to ... . Aesthetic political representation advocates autonomy for the representatives drawing from disinterestedness, which itself is different from indifference.
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Five jumbled up 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: Machine learning models are prone to learning ... or black are used in offensive or prejudiced ways because they're trained on imbalanced datasets with unusually high rates of hate speech.
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The Hi-Lo game is a four-player game played in six rounds. In every round, each player chooses to bid Hi or Lo. The bids are made simultaneously. If all four bid Hi, then all four lose $1$ point each. If three players bid Hi and one bids Lo, then the players bidding Hi gain $1$ point ... , and Dipak, respectively in the first round $?$ Hi, Lo, Lo, Lo Lo, Lo, Lo, Hi Hi, Hi, Lo, Lo Hi, Lo, Lo, Hi
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The Hi-Lo game is a four-player game played in six rounds. In every round, each player chooses to bid Hi or Lo. The bids are made simultaneously. If all four bid Hi, then all four lose $1$ point each. If three players bid Hi and one bids Lo, then the players bidding ... second round. In exactly two out of the six rounds, Arun was the only player who bid Hi. In how many rounds did Arun bid Hi $?$
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The Hi-Lo game is a four-player game played in six rounds. In every round, each player chooses to bid Hi or Lo. The bids are made simultaneously. If all four bid Hi, then all four lose $1$ point each. If three players bid Hi and one bids Lo, then the players bidding ... second round. In exactly two out of the six rounds, Arun was the only player who bid Hi. In how many rounds did Bankim bid Lo $?$
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The Hi-Lo game is a four-player game played in six rounds. In every round, each player chooses to bid Hi or Lo. The bids are made simultaneously. If all four bid Hi, then all four lose $1$ point each. If three players bid Hi and one bids Lo, then the players ... exactly two out of the six rounds, Arun was the only player who bid Hi. In how many rounds did all four players make identical bids $?$
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The Hi-Lo game is a four-player game played in six rounds. In every round, each player chooses to bid Hi or Lo. The bids are made simultaneously. If all four bid Hi, then all four lose $1$ point each. If three players bid Hi and one bids Lo, then the players bidding ... exactly two out of the six rounds, Arun was the only player who bid Hi. In how many rounds did Dipak gain exactly $1$ point $?$
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The Hi-Lo game is a four-player game played in six rounds. In every round, each player chooses to bid Hi or Lo. The bids are made simultaneously. If all four bid Hi, then all four lose $1$ point each. If three players bid Hi and one bids Lo, then the players ... player who bid Hi. In which of the following rounds, was Arun $\text{DEFINITELY}$ the only player to bid Hi $?$ First Fourth Third Second
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A survey of $600$ schools in India was conducted to gather information about their online teaching learning processes $\text{(OTLP)}$. The following four facilities were studied. $\text{F1}:$ Own software for $\text{OTLP}$ $\text{F2}:$ Trained teachers for $\text{OTLP}$ ... $\text{F4}.$ What was the total number of schools having exactly three of the four facilities$?$ $200$ $50$ $80$ $64$
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A survey of $600$ schools in India was conducted to gather information about their online teaching learning processes $\text{(OTLP)}$. The following four facilities were studied. $\text{F1}:$ Own software for $\text{OTLP}$ $\text{F2}:$ Trained teachers for $\text{OTLP}$ $\text{F3}:$ ... $\text{F4}.$ What was the number of schools having facilities $\text{F2}$ and $\text{F4}$ $185$ $45$ $95$ $85$
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A survey of $600$ schools in India was conducted to gather information about their online teaching learning processes $\text{(OTLP)}$. The following four facilities were studied. $\text{F1}:$ Own software for $\text{OTLP}$ $\text{F2}:$ Trained teachers for $\text{OTLP}$ ... number of schools having $\text{F4}.$ What was the number of schools having only facilities $\text{F1}$ and $\text{F3} ?$
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A survey of $600$ schools in India was conducted to gather information about their online teaching learning processes $\text{(OTLP)}$. The following four facilities were studied. $\text{F1}:$ Own software for $\text{OTLP}$ $\text{F2}:$ Trained teachers for $\text{OTLP}$ ... number of schools having $\text{F4}.$ What was the number of schools having only facilities $\text{F1}$ and $\text{F4} ?$
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Sixteen patients in a hospital must undergo a blood test for a disease. It is known that exactly one of them has the disease. The hospital has only eight testing kits and has decided to pool blood samples of patients into eight vials for the tests. The patients are numbered $1$ through $16,$ ... $\{ 5,6,7,8 \}$ $\{ 4,5,6,7,8 \}$ $\{ 4,5,6,7 \}$
$\text{XYZ}$ organization got into the business of delivering groceries to home at the beginning of the last month. They have a two-day delivery promise. However, their deliveries are unreliable. An order booked on a particular day may be delivered the next day or the day after. If the order is not delivered ... day was lost $?$ $14 \text{th}$ $13 \text{th}$ $15 \text{th}$ $16 \text{th}$
$\text{XYZ}$ organization got into the business of delivering groceries to home at the beginning of the last month. They have a two-day delivery promise. However, their deliveries are unreliable. An order booked on a particular day may be delivered the next day or the day after. If the order is not ... booked the highest $?$ $13 \text{th}$ $15 \text{th}$ $12 \text{th}$ $14 \text{th}$
$\text{XYZ}$ organization got into the business of delivering groceries to home at the beginning of the last month. They have a two-day delivery promise. However, their deliveries are unreliable. An order booked on a particular day may be delivered the next day or the day after. If the order is not ... ratio the highest $?$ $13 \text{th}$ $16 \text{th}$ $14 \text{th}$ $15 \text{th}$