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Question 1
Directions:(1 to5) Below, passage is given with five labeled blanks. below thw passage ,five options are given for each blank, choose the word that fits each blank most appropriately in the context of the passage and mark the corresponding answer:   Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or, ...
Directions:(1 to5) Below, passage is given with five labeled blanks. below thw passage ,five options are given for each blank, choose the word that fits each blank most appropriately in the context of the passage and mark the corresponding answer:
 
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the discovery of the planet Kepler 90i, orbiting the star Kepler 90, we now know of another star besides the sun that has eight planets orbiting it. Second ,Christopher Shallue, a software engineer at google ,and Andrew Venderburag , of the University of Texas, Austin. have discovered it using a deep learning neural network - an artificial 4)____tool that mimics the working of a human brain . They ""trained "their computer to analyse light radings made by NASA 's Kepler Space Telescope 5)____nearly 200,000 stars, with 35,000 possible planet signals. The duo's network was made to learn to identify true signals using 15,000previously vetted signals.
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Question 2
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the, ...
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the discovery of the planet Kepler 90i, orbiting the star Kepler 90, we now know of another star besides the sun that has eight planets orbiting it. Second ,Christopher Shallue, a software engineer at google ,and Andrew Venderburag , of the University of Texas, Austin. have discovered it using a deep learning neural network - an artificial 4)____tool that mimics the working of a human brain . They ""trained "their computer to analyse light radings made by NASA 's Kepler Space Telescope 5)____nearly 200,000 stars, with 35,000 possible planet signals. The duo's network was made to learn to identify true signals using 15,000previously vetted signals.
 
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Question 3
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First, ...
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the discovery of the planet Kepler 90i, orbiting the star Kepler 90, we now know of another star besides the sun that has eight planets orbiting it. Second ,Christopher Shallue, a software engineer at google ,and Andrew Venderburag , of the University of Texas, Austin. have discovered it using a deep learning neural network - an artificial 4)____tool that mimics the working of a human brain . They ""trained "their computer to analyse light radings made by NASA 's Kepler Space Telescope 5)____nearly 200,000 stars, with 35,000 possible planet signals. The duo's network was made to learn to identify true signals using 15,000previously vetted signals.
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Question 4
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the, ...
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the discovery of the planet Kepler 90i, orbiting the star Kepler 90, we now know of another star besides the sun that has eight planets orbiting it. Second ,Christopher Shallue, a software engineer at google ,and Andrew Venderburag , of the University of Texas, Austin. have discovered it using a deep learning neural network - an artificial 4)____tool that mimics the working of a human brain . They ""trained "their computer to analyse light radings made by NASA 's Kepler Space Telescope 5)____nearly 200,000 stars, with 35,000 possible planet signals. The duo's network was made to learn to identify true signals using 15,000previously vetted signals.
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Question 5
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the, ...
Scientists have 1)_____the discovery of two new exoplanets,Kepler-90i and Kepler-80g. Exoplants, or plants outside our solor system ,are 2)____being discovered, with the number of those that have already been found now standing at 3,567.But this announcement by the national Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the U.S. is particularly 3)____.First ,with the discovery of the planet Kepler 90i, orbiting the star Kepler 90, we now know of another star besides the sun that has eight planets orbiting it. Second ,Christopher Shallue, a software engineer at google ,and Andrew Venderburag , of the University of Texas, Austin. have discovered it using a deep learning neural network - an artificial 4)____tool that mimics the working of a human brain . They ""trained "their computer to analyse light radings made by NASA 's Kepler Space Telescope 5)____nearly 200,000 stars, with 35,000 possible planet signals. The duo's network was made to learn to identify true signals using 15,000previously vetted signals.
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Question 6
Directions(6-10) read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given  below it.   The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy, ...
Directions(6-10) read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given  below it.
 
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million people globally or 6% of the world‘s workforce were without a job in 2012. There remains considerable theoretical debate regarding the causes, consequence and solutions for unemployment. Classical economics, new classical economics, and the Austrian School of economics argue that market mechanisms are reliable means of resolving unemployment .These theories argue against interventions imposed on the labour market from the outside such, as unionization, bureaucratic work rules , minimum wage laws, taxes ,and other regulations that they claim discourage the hiring of workers . Keynesian economics emphasizes the cyclical nature of unemployment and recommends government and recommends government interventions in the economy that it claims will reduce unemployment during recessions. This theory focuses on recurrent shocks that suddenly reduce aggregate demand for goods and services and thus reduce demand for workers. Keynesian models recommend government interventions designed to increase demand for worker: these can include financial stimuli, publicly funded job creation, and expansionist monetary policies. Its namesake economist john Maynard keynes believed that the root cause of unemployment is the desire of investors to receive more money rather then produce more products, which is not possible without public bodies producing new money . In addition of these comprehensive theories of unemployment that are a few categorizations of unemployment that are used to more precisely model the effects of unemployment within the economic system . The main types of unemployment include structural unemployment which focuses on structural problems in the economy and inefficiencies inherent in lobour markets, including a mismatch between the supply and demand of labourers with necessary skill sets. Structral arguments emhasise causes and solutions related to disruptive technologies and goblisation. Discussions of frictional unemployment focus on voluntary decisions to work based on each individuals’ valuation of their own work and how that compares to current wage rates plus the time and effort required to find a job . causes and solutions for frictional unemployment often address job entry threshold and wage rates. Behavioural economists highlight individual biases in decision making and often involve problems and solutions concerning stickly wages and efficiency wages. For centuries would make workers obsolete and increase unemployment.
 
What does keynesian Economics emphasise at?
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Question 7
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million, ...
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million people globally or 6% of the world‘s workforce were without a job in 2012. There remains considerable theoretical debate regarding the causes, consequence and solutions for unemployment. Classical economics, new classical economics, and the Austrian School of economics argue that market mechanisms are reliable means of resolving unemployment .These theories argue against interventions imposed on the labour market from the outside such, as unionization, bureaucratic work rules , minimum wage laws, taxes ,and other regulations that they claim discourage the hiring of workers . Keynesian economics emphasizes the cyclical nature of unemployment and recommends government and recommends government interventions in the economy that it claims will reduce unemployment during recessions. This theory focuses on recurrent shocks that suddenly reduce aggregate demand for goods and services and thus reduce demand for workers. Keynesian models recommend government interventions designed to increase demand for worker: these can include financial stimuli, publicly funded job creation, and expansionist monetary policies. Its namesake economist john Maynard keynes believed that the root cause of unemployment is the desire of investors to receive more money rather then produce more products, which is not possible without public bodies producing new money . In addition of these comprehensive theories of unemployment that are a few categorizations of unemployment that are used to more precisely model the effects of unemployment within the economic system . The main types of unemployment include structural unemployment which focuses on structural problems in the economy and inefficiencies inherent in lobour markets, including a mismatch between the supply and demand of labourers with necessary skill sets. Structral arguments emhasise causes and solutions related to disruptive technologies and goblisation. Discussions of frictional unemployment focus on voluntary decisions to work based on each individuals’ valuation of their own work and how that compares to current wage rates plus the time and effort required to find a job . causes and solutions for frictional unemployment often address job entry threshold and wage rates. Behavioural economists highlight individual biases in decision making and often involve problems and solutions concerning stickly wages and efficiency wages. For centuries would make workers obsolete and increase unemployment.
 
Which theories argue that market mechanisms are reliable means of resolving unemployment?
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Question 8
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million, ...
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million people globally or 6% of the world‘s workforce were without a job in 2012. There remains considerable theoretical debate regarding the causes, consequence and solutions for unemployment. Classical economics, new classical economics, and the Austrian School of economics argue that market mechanisms are reliable means of resolving unemployment .These theories argue against interventions imposed on the labour market from the outside such, as unionization, bureaucratic work rules , minimum wage laws, taxes ,and other regulations that they claim discourage the hiring of workers . Keynesian economics emphasizes the cyclical nature of unemployment and recommends government and recommends government interventions in the economy that it claims will reduce unemployment during recessions. This theory focuses on recurrent shocks that suddenly reduce aggregate demand for goods and services and thus reduce demand for workers. Keynesian models recommend government interventions designed to increase demand for worker: these can include financial stimuli, publicly funded job creation, and expansionist monetary policies. Its namesake economist john Maynard keynes believed that the root cause of unemployment is the desire of investors to receive more money rather then produce more products, which is not possible without public bodies producing new money . In addition of these comprehensive theories of unemployment that are a few categorizations of unemployment that are used to more precisely model the effects of unemployment within the economic system . The main types of unemployment include structural unemployment which focuses on structural problems in the economy and inefficiencies inherent in lobour markets, including a mismatch between the supply and demand of labourers with necessary skill sets. Structral arguments emhasise causes and solutions related to disruptive technologies and goblisation. Discussions of frictional unemployment focus on voluntary decisions to work based on each individuals’ valuation of their own work and how that compares to current wage rates plus the time and effort required to find a job . causes and solutions for frictional unemployment often address job entry threshold and wage rates. Behavioural economists highlight individual biases in decision making and often involve problems and solutions concerning stickly wages and efficiency wages. For centuries would make workers obsolete and increase unemployment.
 
What happens to the economy during periods of recession?
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Question 9
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200, ...
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million people globally or 6% of the world‘s workforce were without a job in 2012. There remains considerable theoretical debate regarding the causes, consequence and solutions for unemployment. Classical economics, new classical economics, and the Austrian School of economics argue that market mechanisms are reliable means of resolving unemployment .These theories argue against interventions imposed on the labour market from the outside such, as unionization, bureaucratic work rules , minimum wage laws, taxes ,and other regulations that they claim discourage the hiring of workers . Keynesian economics emphasizes the cyclical nature of unemployment and recommends government and recommends government interventions in the economy that it claims will reduce unemployment during recessions. This theory focuses on recurrent shocks that suddenly reduce aggregate demand for goods and services and thus reduce demand for workers. Keynesian models recommend government interventions designed to increase demand for worker: these can include financial stimuli, publicly funded job creation, and expansionist monetary policies. Its namesake economist john Maynard keynes believed that the root cause of unemployment is the desire of investors to receive more money rather then produce more products, which is not possible without public bodies producing new money . In addition of these comprehensive theories of unemployment that are a few categorizations of unemployment that are used to more precisely model the effects of unemployment within the economic system . The main types of unemployment include structural unemployment which focuses on structural problems in the economy and inefficiencies inherent in lobour markets, including a mismatch between the supply and demand of labourers with necessary skill sets. Structral arguments emhasise causes and solutions related to disruptive technologies and goblisation. Discussions of frictional unemployment focus on voluntary decisions to work based on each individuals’ valuation of their own work and how that compares to current wage rates plus the time and effort required to find a job . causes and solutions for frictional unemployment often address job entry threshold and wage rates. Behavioural economists highlight individual biases in decision making and often involve problems and solutions concerning stickly wages and efficiency wages. For centuries would make workers obsolete and increase unemployment.
 
From the following which measure does not stand for measuring the unemployment rate?
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Question 10
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million, ...
The unemployment rate is a measure of the prevalence of unemployment and it is calculated as percentage by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labour force. During periods of recession, an economy usually experience a relatively high unemployment rate. According to International Labour Organisation report, more than 200 million people globally or 6% of the world‘s workforce were without a job in 2012. There remains considerable theoretical debate regarding the causes, consequence and solutions for unemployment. Classical economics, new classical economics, and the Austrian School of economics argue that market mechanisms are reliable means of resolving unemployment .These theories argue against interventions imposed on the labour market from the outside such, as unionization, bureaucratic work rules , minimum wage laws, taxes ,and other regulations that they claim discourage the hiring of workers . Keynesian economics emphasizes the cyclical nature of unemployment and recommends government and recommends government interventions in the economy that it claims will reduce unemployment during recessions. This theory focuses on recurrent shocks that suddenly reduce aggregate demand for goods and services and thus reduce demand for workers. Keynesian models recommend government interventions designed to increase demand for worker: these can include financial stimuli, publicly funded job creation, and expansionist monetary policies. Its namesake economist john Maynard keynes believed that the root cause of unemployment is the desire of investors to receive more money rather then produce more products, which is not possible without public bodies producing new money . In addition of these comprehensive theories of unemployment that are a few categorizations of unemployment that are used to more precisely model the effects of unemployment within the economic system . The main types of unemployment include structural unemployment which focuses on structural problems in the economy and inefficiencies inherent in lobour markets, including a mismatch between the supply and demand of labourers with necessary skill sets. Structral arguments emhasise causes and solutions related to disruptive technologies and goblisation. Discussions of frictional unemployment focus on voluntary decisions to work based on each individuals’ valuation of their own work and how that compares to current wage rates plus the time and effort required to find a job . causes and solutions for frictional unemployment often address job entry threshold and wage rates. Behavioural economists highlight individual biases in decision making and often involve problems and solutions concerning stickly wages and efficiency wages. For centuries would make workers obsolete and increase unemployment.
 
Which of the below sentences summarises the key idea of the passage?
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