# NTA NET Paper-1 26 June 2019 Morning Shift Part 2-With Answers and Explanations at Doorsteptutor.com (Download PDF)

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NET June 2019 Exam, candidates must practice the most frequently appearing questions of different sections of the exam. Logical & Mathematical Reasoning section tests the candidates’ ability to think and problem solving skills. The questions asked in this question are mainly the brain teasers and sometimes can be quite tricky to answer. It covers both Analytical and Mathematical Reasoning topics. For explanations and solutions to these questions don’t forget to visit www.doorsteptutor.com

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Geography seeks to understand the physical and human organization of the surface of the Earth. In the field of geography, inter-related themes are frequently seen. These are scale, pattern and process. Scale is defined as the level of structure on organisation at which a phenomenon is studied. Pattern is defined as the variation observed in a phenomenon studied at a particular scale. The third theme, process, further connects the first two. Process is defined as the description of how the factors that affect a phenomenon act to product a pattern at a particular scale. For instance, when a passenger on an aircraft looks out of the window, the view changes according to the scale. At the global scale when the aircraft maintains its height, he can see the chunks of clouds in all their pattern, the sun or the moon, as per the time. When the aircraft loses a little height, passengers can see the land and water masses in their different colours and the shape of land masses. At the continental scale, the passengers can see the shapes of the land features and how they are distributed. The pattern emerges as the variation of land and water and the proportion of each. Looking carefully, passengers can note how each land mass aligns with the others and how each mountain bears the signs of the process through which it emerged. The processes in a geography change in a regular and repetitive manner. One instance of this is the annual solar cycle of the sun and the earth. Most systems in nature display time cycles that are organised in a rhythm of their own. As these time cycles and natural processes are always active, the environment of the earth is always in a state of dynamism. This environmental change is not only the result of natural process but also the result of human activity. Physical geography works towards understanding the interaction between man and nature and also the results of this interaction in order to manage global climate change better.

Q 11. The alignment of landmass with other elements can be seen by a passenger on a flight on a:

(1) Global scale

(2) Continental scale

(3) Local scale

(4) Time scale

Q12. In geography, pattern studies the variation observed in a phenomenon at

(1) a particular scale

(2) any scale

(3) every scale

(4) most scales

Q 13. The time cycles of the system of nature follow their own

(1) Path

(2) Rhythm

(3) Process

(4) Cycle

Q 14. Physical geography studies the results of the interaction between man and nature in order to

(1) Understand global climate change

(2) Study the impact of man’s activities on nature

(3) Address the issue of global climate change

(4) Reduce man-animal conflict

Q 15. The view seen by a passenger looking out of the window of an aircraft will be affected by the

(1) Process

(2) Pattern

(3) Scale

(4) Rhythm

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Q16. Sanjay sold an article at a loss of $25%.$ If the selling price had been increased by Rs. 175, there would have been a gain of $10%$. What was the cost price of the article?

(1) Rs. $350$

(2) Rs. $400$

(3) Rs. $500$

(4) Rs. 7$50$

Q 17. Identify the reasoning in the following argument:

‘Pre active stage of classroom teaching is important just as pre-learning preparation stage of communication’

(1) Hypothetical

(2) Deductive

(3) Inductive

(4) Analogical

Q 18. Mass media do not have pre-determined functions for everyone and people use them the way they like. This is suggestive of the fact that,

(1) Audiences are active

(2) Content is of little significance

(3) Content lacks plurality

(4) Audiences are homogeneous

Q19. The average of 35 raw scores is 18. The average of first seventeen of them is 14 and that of last seventeen is 20. Find the eighteenth raw score.

(1) $42$

(2) $46$

(3) $52$

(4) $56$

Q 20. When subject and predicate of both the premises are the same but they differ in quality only, it is known as

(2) Contraries

(3) Subaltern

(4) Super-altern

Q 21. The proposition ‘No red is black’ is equivalent to which of the following propositions?

(1) No black is red

(2) All red are black

(3) Some red are not black

(4) Red is not black

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)

(2) (iii) only

(3) (i) and (iv)

(4) (iv) only

Q 22. If REASON is coded as 5 and GOVERNMENT is coded as 9, then what is the code for ACCIDENT?

(1) 6

(2) 7

(3) 8

(4) 9

Q 23. A train leaves Agra at 5 a. m. and reaches Delhi at 9 a. m. Another train leaves Delhi at 7 a. m. and reaches Agra at 10: 30 a. m. At what time do the two trains cross each other?

(1) 6: 36 a. m.

(2) 6: 56 a. m.

(3) 7 a. m.

(4) 7: 56 a. m.

Q 24. Given below are two premises with four conclusions drawn from them. Which of the following conclusions could be validly drawn from the premises?

(a) Some bags are tables

(b) All bags are chairs

Conclusions:

(i) Some tables are chairs

(ii) No chair is table

(iii) Some chairs are bags

(iv) Some bags are not tables

Select the correct answer from the options given below:

(1) (i) and (iii)

(2) (ii), (iii) and (iv)

(3) (i) and (iv)

(4) (ii) only