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Alisha Mahajan
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Q.65. Option C & D are similar (freely falling lift moves downward with an acceleration of g). And g is present (you said "technically there is no g). Thanks.
The phenomenon of "weightlessness" occurs when there is no force of support on your body. When your body is effectively in "free fall", accelerating downward at the acceleration of gravity, then you are not being supported. The sensation of apparent weight comes from the support that you feel from the floor, from a chair, etc. Different sensations of apparent weight can occur on an elevator since it is capable of zero or constant speed (zero acceleration) and can accelerate either upward or downward. If the elevator cable breaks then both you and the elevator are in free fall. The resultant experience of weightlessness might be exhilirating if it weren't for the anticipation of the quick stop at the bottom. Go through this link to understand weightlessness... Link: http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/circles/Lesson-4/Weightlessness-in-Orbit
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Is it useful for code 55 labour welfare?
Alisha Mahajan
a month ago
Yeah
thnx alot mam all hrm mcqs are vrry useful for us .. mam plz make more videos in all mgnt sub...
Alisha Mahajan
a year ago
thankiuuuuu so much
  1. 201.The firm that seeks to achieve growth with existing products in their current market segment, aiming to increase its market share is called Market Penetration B. Market Development C. Product Development D. Product Mix


  2. A. Market Penetration


  3. 202.Who has given the concept of Six Thinking Hats? A. Edward de Bono B. Robert House C. Ned Herrmann D. McKinsley


  4. A. Edward de Bono


  5. 203. Whole Brain Model is given by_ A. Edward de Bono B. Robert House C. Ned Herrmann D. McKinsley


  6. C. Ned Herrmann


  7. 204.What are the factor that influence perception? A. Target, perceiver, situatiorn B. Target, perceiver, condition C. Time, proximity, situation D. Time, perceiver, experience


  8. A. Target, perceiver, situation


  9. 205.What are the factors in the perceiver that influence perception? A. Interest and experience B. Interest and background C. Interest and time D. Experience and proximity


  10. A. Interest and experience


  11. 206.What are the factors in the target that influence perception? A. Interest and experience B. Interest and background C. Interest and time D. Similarity and proximity


  12. D. Similarity and proximity


  13. C. Work setting and time


  14. A. B. Weiner


  15. 209.What are the three factors on which the determination of an individual's behaviour depends? A. Distinctiveness, Conscious, Consistency B. Distinctiveness, Consensus, Consistency C. Distinctiveness, Consciousness, Consistency D. Distinctiveness, Competency, Consistency


  16. D. Distinctiveness


  17. 211.When an individual respond the same way every time, it refers to A. Consensus B. Consciousness C. Consistency D. Distinctiveness be haviour of Individual


  18. A. Consensus


  19. 213.The tendency to underestimate the influence of external factors and overestimate the influence of internal factors when making judgment about the behaviours of others, is called A. Self-serving bia:s B. Fundamental attribution theory C. Both of them D. None of these


  20. B. Fundamental attribution theory


  21. 214.Errors or Biases that distort attribution, is known as A. Self-serving bias B. Fundamental attribution theory C. Both of them D. None of these


  22. 215.Drawing a general impression about an individual on the basis of a single characteristic is called A. Selective B. Halo effect C. Contrast effect D. Stereotyping


  23. B. Halo effect


  24. 216.Attribution one's own characteristics to other people, is known as A. Selective B. Halo effect C. Projection D. Stereotyping


  25. C. Projection


  26. 218.lf people interpret on the basis of their interests, background, experience and attitudes then it is known as A. Selective perception B. Halo effect C. Contrast effect D. Stereotyping


  27. A. Selective perception


  28. C. Whistle-blowing


  29. 221. Which is/are a component/s of creativity? A. Expertise B. Task motivation C. Creativity skills D. All of these


  30. D. All of these


  31. C. Both (a) and (b)


  32. 224.The tendency for people to base their judgments on information that is readily available to them, is known as A. Availability heuristic B. Representative heuristic C. Both (a) and (b) D. None of these


  33. B. Heuristic