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Comprehension:

The table below embodies data on the oil import (in million tonnes) from six different countries over the years 2015 to 2019. In accordance with the table, answer the questions 1 - 5.

The Table below Embodies Data on the Oil Import (In Million Tonnes) from Six Different Countries over the Years 2015 to 2019. In Accordance with the Table, Answer the Questions 1 - 5
Year — wise Oil Import from Countries (in million tonnes)
Year/CountrySaudi ArabiaIranIraqNigeriaKuwaitVenezuela
201528.820.515.811.613.97.2
201629.921.814.410.514.87.6
201727.221.215.013.211.87.3
201827.418.517.215.911.510.3
201932.617.524.614.217.89.6

Q 1. What is the approximate percentage of oil import from Iran in the year 2017 with respect to the total oil import from Iran in all the years together?

(1) 20 %

(2) 23 %

(3) 21 %

(4) 2 %

Q. 2 What is the ratio of average of oil imports from Iraq to that from Venezuela for all the years together?

(1) 14: 29

(2) 29: 14

(3) 39: 23

(4) 23: 39

Q 3. If P and Q are the average oil import from all the countries in the year 2019 and 2017 respectively, then P-Q is approximately equal to:

(1) 3.43 million tonnes

(2) 3.34 million tonnes

(3) 2.43 million tonnes

(4) 2.34 million tonnes

Q. 4 In which of the following years the percentage increase/decrease in oil import from Nigeria over its previous year is the maximum?

(1) 2016

(2) 2018

(3) 2017

(4) 2019

Q 5. What is the approximate average of percentage increase or decrease in oil import from Kuwait over its previous year for the given period?

(1) 4 %

(2) 5 %

(3) 15 %

(4) 21 %

Q. 6 Arrange the following fuels in decreasing order in terms of the amount of carbon dioxide emitted per unit of energy output from their combustion:

(A) Natural gas

(B) Coal (lignite)

(C) Gasoline (without ethanol)

(D) Propane

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (A) > (B) > (D) > (C)

(2) (B) > (A) > (C) > (D)

(3) (B) > (C) > (D) > (A)

(4) (D) > (B) > (C) > (A)

Q 7

Q. 8 Match List I with List II:

Match List I with List II
List IList II
(Computer Components)(Description)
(A) RAM(I) Brain of the Computer
(B) DVD-ROM(II) Performs all computations and comparison operations
(C) ALU(III) Can be written only once
(D) CPU(IV) Holds programmes currently being run on the computer

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (A) - (II) , (B) - (IV) , (C) - (I) , (D) - (III)

(2) (A) - (I) , (B) - (IV) , (C) - (II) , (D) - (III)

(3) (A) - (IV) , (B) - (III) , (C) - (II) , (D) - (I)

(4) (A) - (III) , (B) - (IV) , (C) - (II) , (D) - (I)

Q 9. To differentiate a primary storage from a secondary storage in a computer system, which of the following statements is correct?

(1) Primary storage is slower, more expensive and persistent.

(2) Primary storage is faster, more expensive and persistent.

(3) Primary storage is faster, less expensive and not persistent.

(4) Primary storage is faster, more expensive and not persistent.

Q 10. A teacher intends to use transformational approach in teaching in order to ensure effective way of influencing students learning. Which of the following activities will be deemed appropriate in this context

(A) Providing a sense of respect and trust for students.

(B) Promoting contingent rewards for efforts of students.

(C) Intervening in students task only if standards are not met.

(D) Communicating high level expectation.

(E) Promoting careful problem solving and individual consideration.

Choose the most appropriate answer from the options given below:

(1) (A) , (B) and (C) only

(2) (B) , (C) and (D) only

(3) (C) , (D) and (E) only

(4) (A) , (D) and (E) only

Q 11. The inherent cause (Samavayi) of Indian Philosophy corresponds to which of the causes given by Aristotle?

(1) Material Cause

(2) Formal Cause

(3) Efficient Cause

(4) Final Cause

Q. 12 The simple interest on a certain sum of money for 2 years at the rate of 6 % per annum comes to ₹ 300. The compound interest at the same rate, for the same time and on the same sum of money would be:

(1) ₹ 310

(2) ₹ 308

(3) ₹ 307

(4) ₹ 309

Q 13