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PARA-JUMBLES: HOMEWORK EXERCISE 1
CAT QUESTIONS
Directions for questions 1 to 50: A number of sentences are given below, which, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Choose the most logical order of sentences from among the four given choices to construct a coherent paragraph.

1.

A. Realists believe that there is an objective reality “out there” independent of ourselves. B. This reality exists solely by virtue of how the world is and it is in principle discoverable by application of the methods of science.

C. They believe in the possibility of determining whether or not a theory is indeed really true or false.
D. I think it is fair to say that this is the position to which most working scientists subscribe. 1) ABCD

2.

A.
B.
C.
D.

4) BCAD

2) DBAC

3) BACD

4) CBAD

A. In emission trading, the government fixes the total amount of population that is acceptable to maintain a desired level of quality.
B. Economists argue this approach makes air pollution control more cost-effective than the current practice of fixing air pollution standards and expecting all companies to pollute below these standards.

C. USA uses emission trading to control air pollution.
D. It then distributes emission permits to all companies in the region, which add up to the overall acceptable level of emission.
1) BADC

4.

3) DCBA

There is a strong manufacturing base for a variety of products. India has come a long way on the technology front.
But the technology adopted has been largely of foreign origin. There are, however, areas such as atomic energy, space, agriculture and defence where significant strides have been made in evolving relevant technologies within the country. 1) ADCB

3.

2) CDBA

2) ACDB

3) CBAD

4) DBAC

A. The individual companies vary in size, from the corner grocery to the industrial giant. B. Policies and management methods within firms range from formal, well-planned organization and controls to slipshod day-to-day operations.

C. Various industries offer a wide array of products or services through millions of firms largely independent of each other.
D. Variation in the form of ownership contributes to diversity in capital investment, volume of business, and financial structure.
1) DBCA

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2) CADB

3) BADC

4) ADCB
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5.

A. All levels of demand, whether individual, aggregate, local, national or international are subject to change.
B. At the same time science and technology add new dimensions to products, their uses, and the methods used to market them.
C. Aggregate demand fluctuates with changes in the level of business activity, GNP and national income.
D. The demand of individuals tends to vary with changing needs or rising income. 1) CBDA

6.

A.
B.
C.
D.

4) ADCB

2) ABCD

3) BDCA

4) ADCB

1.
A.
B.
C.
D.

What does the state do in a country where tax morality is very low? It tries to spy upon the taxpayers.
It investigates income sources and spending patterns.
Exactly what the tax authority tries to do now even if inconsistently. It could also encourage people to denounce to the tax authorities any conspicuously prosperous neighbours why may be suspected of net paying their taxes properly. 6. The ultimate solution would be an Orwellian System.

1) BACD

8.

3) BCAD

Secret persons shall strike with weapons, fire or poison.
Clans mutually supporting each other shall be made to strike at the weak points. He shall destroy their caravans, herds, forests and troop reinforcements. The conqueror shall cause enemy kingdom to be destroyed by neighboring kings, jungle tribes, pretenders or unjustly treated princes.

1) DCBA

7.

2) DCAB

1.
A.
B.
C.
D.
6.

2) DBAC

3) ABCD

4) DCBA

The fragile Yugoslav State has uncertain future.
Thus there will surely be chaos and uncertainly if the people fail to settle their differences. Sharp ideological differences already exist in the...
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