# Novae and Supernovae are stars whose brightness increases suddenly by 10 to 20 magnitudes or more and then fades gradually into normal brightness. The distinction between the two types has not been precisely explained. It would appear that they differ not in kind but in degree. The sudden increase in brightness is attributed to an outright or a partial explosion. In novae, it seems that only the outer shell explodes whereas in supernovae, the entire star explodes. Novae occur more frequently than supernovae. As Prof. C.F. Powell puts it, “The whole structure of the star is blown to pieces, it flares up in brilliance so that its intrinsic luminosity for the first 30 days after the explosion is equal to 1000 million of our suns.   After getting very bright, the supernovas self-destruct

1.  if the inference is definitely true, i.e. it properly follows from the statement of facts given.

2.  if the inference is probably true, though not definitely true, in the light of statement of facts given

3.  if the inference is uncertain, i.e. data is insufficient to decide whether the inference is true or false

4.  if the inference is definitely false, i.e. it cannot possibly be from the statement of facts given

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if the inference is definitely false, i.e. it cannot possibly be from the statement of facts given

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# Let us examine all the conditions. Matt and Bill sit opposite to each other, whereas Bill sits to the immediate left of the person, who is in Red suit. Matt sits to the immediate right of the person is Blue suit. Prashant sits to the immediate right of Matt. Lewis is in Red suit. Bill is in yellow Suit. The man is Blue suits is not next to the person in Green suit. (So Matt is not in Green suit) But the person in Blue suit is opposite to the man in Orange suit. So, the arrangement is as follows: Blue suit is opposite to Orange one and Matt is not in Green suit. If Prashant wears Green suit, then Khan and Rocky are left with Blue and Orange suits, Khan and Rocky  must sit opposite to each other.

1.  So Choice (1) is FALSE

2.  Choice (2) is TRUE

3.  Choice (3) is partly true i.e. Prashant is not next to Lewis is correct and he does not wear a white suit may or may not be true

4.  Choice (4) is true.

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So Choice (1) is FALSE

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# Based on the responses, which of the teo JP or DG,  entered the lounge first

1.   JP

2.  DG

3.  Both enterd together

4.  Cannot be deduced

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DG

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# Who was sitting with JC when JP entered the lounge

1.  SS

2.  SM

3.  DG

4.  PK

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DG

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# How many of the seven  members did VR meet on /Friday in the  lounge

1.  2

2.  3

3.  4

4.  5

4

3

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# Hudson is in Moscow and New York has Yamuna. So, Volga may be in Paris or Tokyo whereas Ya Fen may be in Tokyo or Delhi. Siene may be in Paris or Tokyo or Delhi. If Volga flows through Paris, Ya Fen flows through Delhi.

1.  choice (1) is True. If Volga flows through Paris, then Siene may be in Tokyo or Delhi. So Siene cannot be in Tokyo alone

2.  Choice (2) is thus False

3.  Choice (3), if Ya Fen is in Tokyao, Siene may be in Delhi

4.  Choice (4) Ya Fen may be in Tokyo or Delhi is True.

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Choice (2) is thus False

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# In each of the following questions two or more statements are given under P and Q respectively. These statements are followed by one inference each. On the basis of the statements, mark one of the following choices. P. Some books are friends. All books are pencils. Therefore some pencils are friends. Q. All pencils are books. Some friends are books. Therefore some friends are pencils.

1.  if the conclusion in respect of ‘P’ only is correct.

2.  if the conclusion in respect of ‘Q’ only is correct.

3.  if the conclusions in respect of ‘P’ as well as ‘Q’ are correct

4.  if the conclusions in respect of ‘P’ as well as ‘Q’ are correct

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if the conclusion in respect of ‘P’ only is correct.

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# After the war John has to visit Julia. Either John will roll out of the carpet or John will be bitten by an asp. Julia wants John to roll out of the carpet or Antony will lose his heart. A. Antony will lose his heart.B. John will roll out of the carpet. C. John will be bitten by an asp.D. John will not roll out of the carpet

2.  DC

3.  CD

4.  DA

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# The exhibition of renowned paintings opens next Saturday at the Boat Club. New painters are also expected to participate in the exhibition with an on-the-spot painting contest. Mr. Painter Blunderbuss will participate in the contest. Either Mr. Blunderbuss will paint or Mr. Blunderbuss will feign. But he is a dilettante and does not want people to know that. A. Mr. Blunderbuss will not paint.    B. Mr. Blunderbuss will not feign. C. Mr. Blunderbuss will feign.          D. Mr. Blunderbuss will paint.

1.  AB

2.  D

3.  CB

4.  DB

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AB

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# Either the elephants will donate blood or the elephants will hide behind the ants. The elephants will donate blood. So

1.  the elephants will not hide behind the ants.

2.  the ants will not hide the elephants.

3.  the elephants will hide behind the ants.

4.  none of the above

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