New Pattern Sentence Formation Quiz: Part 1

New Pattern Sentence Formation Quiz: Part 1
Directions: Below the sections (A),(B),(C),(D),(E) are provided among which one section is logically incorrect. You need to find out the correct rearrangement of meaningful sentence opting out the wrong or illogical section. Choose the option that represents the correct arrangement and mark the option accordingly.

Question 1

in its destabilization of European society A)/World War I led to the fall of four great imperial dynasties B) / to the idea of “liberating” the South Slavs of Austria-Hungary C)/ resulted in the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, and D)/ laid the groundwork for World War II E)
I.ABCE
II. BDAE
III. BECA
IV. CBAD
V. None of the above

Question 2

to believe in the atom A)/ have very limited access to physical reality B) /is to accept that our unaided perceptive faculties C)/ and the rarefied scientific image of a world made up of physical particles D) / never mind quantum theory or more extravagant scientific models E)
I. ACDB
II. AECD
III. AECB
IV. AEBD
V. None of the above

Question 3

but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true or consistent A) / about the world that allows us B)/our perception gives us useful information C) / but it wasn’t the end of the road D)/ to make decisions as actors within it E)
I. CBEA
II. CAED
III. EBCD
IV. EBCA
V. None of the above

Question 4

some insects can also see in ultraviolet B) / which may help them D)/see patterns on flowers E)/ that are completely invisible to us C)/but plenty of animals beat us out in the color vision department A)
I. BCAD
II. BCAE
III. BEAC
IV. BEDA
V. None of the above

Question 5

for the differences between familiar and unfamiliar face A)/ shown from different perspectives or in dim light B) / have proven inconclusive C)/ yet attempts at divining the neural basis D)/ perception in humans E)
I. EABC
II. EBAC
III. DABC
IV. DAEC
V. None of the above

Question 6

massive economic expansion plans A) / in the annual birth rate in some areas of Oman B) /and the birth-rate has gone sky-high C) / according to a senior Ministry of Health official D)/ and the move away from oil have led to a huge increase E) 
I. DBEC
II. ACDB
III. AEBD
IV. BECD
V. None of the above

Question 7

with haphazard regulations, criminal money and relatively small savings A)/when it comes to financial services B) / to create digital land registries in Rwanda this is being used to prevent land disputes C)/ many people in Africa are off the grid D)/ as banks are reluctant to enter a market E)
I. EACD
II. BDEA
III. CEAB
IV. ECDA
V. None of the above

Question 8

and generate value only outside the continent A)/ exploit the natural resources B)/ often paying a low tax rate C)/  foreign companies tend to D)/ which are created are low waged and do not offer sustainable growth E)
I. DCEA
II. DBAE
III. DBCA
IV. DCAE
V. None of the above

Question 9

stress can play a key role in bulimia but A)/ may view food as an escape from that stress B)/researchers have long known that C) / respond differently to images of food after a moment of stress D)/ one of the new studies reveals how the bulimic brain E) 
I. EDAB
II. ABCD
III. EDCB
IV. CAEB
V. None of the above

Question 10

has been agreed on by multiple different computers A)/ and ensures that the state of the system B)/  has a chronological order protects the network’s neutrality C)/ as each confirmation will exponentially decrease the risk of a reversed transaction D)/ Bitcoin mining ensures that the blockchain E)
I. DBEA
II. EABD
III. ECBA
IV. DCEB
V. None of the above

Question 11

where dollars and pounds are handled by banks A)/ when transactions occur B) / that make Bitcoin a functional cryptocurrency C)/  and financial institutions which collectively confirm D)/ Bitcoin operates on the basis of a public ledger system E)
I. BECD
II. EDBA
III. ACDB
IV. ADBE
V. None of the above

Question 12

but fixed-length hash value A)/ takes an input and returns a seemingly random B)/ a cryptographic hash function is an essentially C)/one-way encryption without a key and  D)/ makes it impossible to predict what the output will be E)
I. CDBA
II. CDBE
III. CDEA
IV. DECB
V. None of the above

Answers

Solution: II

The correct rearrangement is “World War I led to the fall of four great imperial dynasties resulted in the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, and, in its destabilization of European society, laid the groundwork for World War II”

Solution: III

The correct rearrangement is “To believe in the atom—never mind quantum theory or more extravagant scientific models—is to accept that our unaided perceptive faculties have very limited access to physical reality.”

Solution: 

The correct rearrangement is “Our perception gives us useful information about the world that allows us to make decisions as actors within it, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true or consistent.”

Solution: 

None of the given arrangement is correct. The correct rearrangement is “Some insects can also see in ultraviolet, which may help them see patterns on flowers that are completely invisible to us.”

Solution: IV

The correct rearrangement is “Yet attempts at divining the neural basis for the differences between familiar and unfamiliar face perception in humans have proven inconclusive.”

Solution: III 

The correct rearrangement is “Massive economic expansion plans and the move away from oil have led to a huge increase in the annual birth rate in some areas of Oman, according to a senior Ministry of Health official.”

Solution: II

The correct rearrangement is “When it comes to financial services, many people in Africa are off the grid, as banks are reluctant to enter a market with haphazard regulations, criminal money and relatively small savings.”

Solution: III

The correct rearrangement is “Foreign companies tend to exploit the natural resources, often paying a low tax rate, and generate value only outside the continent.”

Solution: IV

The correct rearrangement is “Researchers have long known that stress can play a key role in bulimia, but one of the new studies reveals how the bulimic brain may view food as an escape from that stress.”

Solution: III

The correct rearrangemnet is “Bitcoin mining ensures that the blockchain has a chronological order, protects the network’s neutrality, and ensures that the state of the system has been agreed on by multiple different computers.”

Solution: IV

Tthe correct rearrangement is “Where dollars and pounds are handled by banks and financial institutions which collectively confirm when transactions occur, Bitcoin operates on the basis of a public ledger system.”

Solution: I

The correct rearrangement is “A cryptographic hash function is an essentially one-way encryption without a key and takes an input and returns a seemingly random, but fixed length hash value.”


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