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1. No known language lacks an organized system of sounds, selected from the vast array human beings can make, that does not have rules for combining these sounds into meaningful words

Description: Various studies have shown that our forested and hilly regions, and in general, areas where biodiversity- as reflected in the variety of flora-is high, are the places where poverty appears to be high. And these same areas are also the ones where educational performance seems to be poor. Therefore, it may be surmised that, even disregarding poverty status, richness in biodiversity goes hand in hand with educational backwardness.

2. Which of the following statements if true, best supports the surmise mentioned in the passage.

3. It takes the reader through the details of implementing financials, starting with a summary round up of installation, and following a detailed look at each of the sub modules.

4. Kill no more chickens then you can eat

Description: In The Shveta-chattra or the "White Umbrella" was a symbol of sovereign political authority placed over the monarchy's head at the time of coronation.The ruler so inaugurated was regarded not as a temporal autocrat but as the instrument of protective and sheltering firmament of supreme law.The while umbrella symbol is of great antiquity and its varied use illustrates the ultimate common basis of non-theocratic nature of states in Indian tradition.As such, the umbrella is found, although not necessarily white one, over the head of lord Ram, the mohammedan sultans and Chatrapati Shivaji.

5. Which of the following summarizes the passage?

Description: The company 'Dreams' has been producing most of its products in Costa .The government of Costa has passed a new ruling that states that all workers including that of 'Dreams' will have to be provided with double the wages .Hence the cost of products of company 'Dreams' will increase. 

6. The conclusion above assumes that...

Description: The myth persists that in 1492 the Western Hemisphere was an untamed wilderness and that it was European settlers who harnessed and transformed its ecosystems. But scholarship shows that forests, in particular, had been altered to varying degrees well before the arrival of Europeans. Native populations had converted much of the forests to successfully cultivated stands, especially by means of burning. Nevertheless, some researchers have maintained that the extent, frequency, and impact of such burning was minimal. One geographer claims that climatic change could have accounted for some of the changes in forest composition; another argues that burning by native populations was done only sporadically, to augment the effects of natural fires. However, a large body of evidence for the routine practice of burning exists in the geographical record. One group of researchers found, for example, that sedimentary charcoal accumulations in what is now the northeastern United States are greatest where known native American settlements were greatest. Other evidence shows that, while the characteristics and impact of fires set by native populations varied regionally according to population size, extent of resource management techniques, and environment, all such fires had markedly different effects on vegetation patter than did natural fires. Controlled burning crated grassy openings such as meadows and glades. Burning also promoted a mosaic quality to North and south American ecosystems, creating forests in many different stages of ecological development. Much of the mature forest land was characterized by open herbaceous undergrowth, another result of the clearing brought about by burning. In North American, controlled burning crated conditions favorable to berries and other fire-tolerant and sun-loving foods. Burning also converted mixed stands of trees to homogeneous forest, for example the longleaf, slash pine, and scrub oak forests of the southeastern U.S. natural fires do account for some of this vegetation, but regular burning clearly extended and maintained it. Burning also influenced forest composition in the tropics, where natural fires are rare. An example is the pine-dominant forests of Nicaragua, where warm temperatures and heavy rainfall naturally favor mixed tropical or rain forests. While there are primarily grow in cooler, drier, higher elevations, regions where such vegetation is in large part natural and even pre human. Today, the Nicaraguan pines occur where there has been clearing followed by regular burning, and the same is likely to have occurred in the past: such forests ere present when Europeans arrived and were found only in areas where native settlements were substantial; when these settlements were abandoned, the land returned to mixed hardwoods. This succession is also evident elsewhere in similar low tropical elevations in the Caribbean and Mexico.

7. The word "succession" mentioned in last line refers to

8. The number of pilgrims who visit the annual Ladakh festival increase every year.

Description: In its annual report released today, Company Y indicates that all of its manufacturing plants plan to begin converting the raw material of its product from Material A, which is rapidly becoming scare, to a new synthetic Material B currently under development in its laboratories. Implementation of this plan will almost absolutely increase the company's cost, since even if Material B is practical for use it can be expected to cost considerably more than Material A.

9. Which of the following, if true, casts the most doubt on the argument above?

Description: Although almost all climate scientists agree that the earth is gradually warming,they have long been of two minds about the process of rapid climate shifts within larger periods of change.Some have speculated that the process works like a giant oven freezer,warming or cooling the whole planet at the same time .Others think that shifts occur on opposing schedules in the northern and southern hemispheres, like exaggerated seasons .recent research in Germany examining climate patterns in the southern hemisphere at the end of last ice age strengthens the idea that warming and cooling occurs at alternate times in the two hemispheres. A more definitive answer to this debate will allow scientists to better predict when and how quickly the next climate shift will happen

10. Choose the option that best summarizes the passage

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