Answer Key to Mock Test 4 by CLATalogue and CLATapult

Answer Key: Mock​​ 4

 

ENGLISH:

QUESTIONS

ANSWER

EXPLANATION

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C

 

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B

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D

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C

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A

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D

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D

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C

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D

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D

 

 

QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES:

QUESTIONS

ANSWER

EXPLANATION

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A

Adding the number of students depicted in the graph, we arrive at 63

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D

Calculating the average for the months of January to June, we get 5 per month

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C

June has the greatest number of birthdays, and August has the least. Calculating their average, we get 5.5

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C

The number of birthdays in September are 7, and total students are 63. Thus, the probability comes out to 1/9

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B

The number of students are 63, and since there are 365 days in a year, the probability comes to 0.17

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A

Simply adding the percentage of the other 3 browsers, we get 24.6%

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B

Using simple unitary method, if 7580 is 37.9%, then 4.2% will be 840

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A

Simple observation question, the browser with the highest percentage increase would be the one with the least number of users to begin with. Hence, Safari

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D

Using unitary method, if 4.3% is 2520, then 15.5% will be 9300

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C

Again, a simple observation. The most loss would be suffered by the browser which had the most users to begin with, hence Firefox

 

 

LOGICAL REASONING:

QUESTIONS

ANSWER

EXPLANATION

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B

{ D Y B E }

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D

{X correct position is not known}

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D

 

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D

 

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C

{ There is no person between A and E. There is no person between y and B. There are two person or three person between X and E.}

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C

 

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B

Since, the premium is kept low, revenue generated from such policies would not be enough to pay for the claims made by that group. The first point cannot be the answer because there is no data or enough information to know whether or not people are willing to take insurance policies and targeting only high income adults would not generate more revenues because policy premium has to be kept low.

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A

Targetting middle age customers will help in bringing more funds and since they are likely not to claim for long time, those funds could be utilized to pay premiums for old policy holders. Selective clientele might reduce the number of customers and inclusion of more services might cost more to the company instead of generating revenue.

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c

For point​​ b​​ and​​ d, we don’t have sufficient information as to whether or not foreign manufactures are affected, they might face loss or they might not and as to corruption again we cannot link based on information provided. For the first point, there is nothing to establish a relation as to how exports would decrease because of duty. However, third point clearly weakens A’s​​ argument, because without competition, and fewer access to new technologies, there would be no innovation and as a result imported good will cost more.

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C

From the arguments put forward by four authors we get the central idea that there is a need for legal framework and copyright protection of works by AI. The first point is irrelevant as efforts by human race has nothing to do with premise of what authors are talking. The second point, we​​ don’t have enough information as to whether there are laws which are not clear. The fourth point which talks about recognition, only second author talks about that, but it cannot be asserted from his argument that the need for their recognition is urgent.

 

 

Current Affairs

Questions

Answers

Explanations

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A

Dmitri Medvedev was the name of the Prime Minister who resigned post the announcement made by the President to alter the constitution.

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B

Stalin is the longest serving President of Russia.

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B

Russia was a nation who abided by the Presidential form of government. However, the President has announced to make changes to the system and make it a Parliamentary form of government.​​ 

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B

India follows a parliamentary form of government which the House of Common (Lok Sabha) and the Rajya Sabha being the parliamentary body at the centre.

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A

Article 53 states that there shall be an executive and the powers of the executive shall vest with the President of India.

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A

Michael Debabrata Patra is the name of the RBI Deputy Governor.

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A

The prescribed maximum number of deputy governor at present at RBI is four.

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A

The Reserve Bank of India was established under the Reserve Bank of India’s Act, 1935 was April 1, 1935.

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C

Osborn Smith was the first governor of Reserve Bank of India.

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D

The World Energy Summit for the year 2020 is being held in Abu Dhabi

 

 

Deductive Reasoning

 

Questions​​ 

Answers

Explanations​​ 

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B

Prior judgments of the Supreme Court are binding, and meant to be followed: this is what provides the system the stability and continuity that differentiates the rule of law from the rule of judges.

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C

Clear inference from the paragraph. There is a possibility that some people may think A should be the answer, they are not wrong but C is a more comprehensive answer and A is only partially true as an explanation.

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D

Mentioned in First paragraph.

 

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C

Mentioned in first paragraph

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B

This was in line with the judgment in K.S. Puttaswamy v Union of India, which emphasised that infringements upon privacy must meet the global constitutional standards of proportionality.

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C

Mentioned in the passage

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D

Option A is clearly given, Option C can be derived from the inference that since no anonymized data is kept protected from re-identification, the authorities can very well, re identify any data as and when they wish to, thus, reducing anonymity of privacy a myth.

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C

Mentioned in Paragraph

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B

Mentioned in paragraph

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C

Mentioned in paragraph

 

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