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Odd One Out: Part 1
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In this lesson, we solve interesting problems on Odd One Out.

Anngad Singh
IIM Calcutta. DTU. CAT: 99.84 (VA-RC: 99.99) XAT: 99.91. IIFT: 99.96. Follow to solve interesting VA-RC problems with me.

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Sir explanations are important. Unse extra information milti hai aur us topic par poori information milti jati hai. Please don't eliminate explanation slides. I vote for 5 questions with explanation slides.
Hi sir...can u plz help me in Gk portion for iift....plz refer me something from which I can go through and can atleast across the cut-off....sir plz help me....as u know more regarding this....
  1. Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension for CAT by Anngad Singh


  2. About Me ANNGAD SINGH Student at IIM Calcutta (Batch of 2016-18) B.Tech. from DTU CAT: 99.84 (Verbal: 99.99) XAT: 99.91 (Verbal: 99.37) NMAT: 99.84 (Language Skill: 99.98) ,IIFT: 99.96 Follow on: https://unacademy.com/user/anngad


  3. ODD ONE OUT/ SENTENCE EXCLUSION


  4. THE BASICS The Central Theme Opening Sentence Logical Sequence


  5. QUESTION 1 1) Its host does not know it yet, but inside his or her body this long white parasite is reproducing and growing (2) Then slowly, excruciatingly, she will break through the skin of her host's foot and release her larvae. (3) It is just possible that the most important guinea worm in history has already found its home. (4) The worm feeds on this vicious cycle as much as it feeds on its human host. (5) Through the next few months, as millions of her ancestors have done before, she will feed and strengthen in the host's body


  6. QUESTION 1 1) Its host does not know it yet, but inside his or her body this long white parasite is reproducing and growing (2) Then slowly, excruciatingly, she will break through the skin of her host's foot and release her larvae. (3) It is just possible that the most important guinea worm in history has already found its home. (4) The worm feeds on this vicious cycle as much as it feeds on its human host (5) Through the next few months, as millions of her ancestors have done before, she will feed and strengthen in the host's body


  7. QUESTION 2 (1)Their position is generally that evolution through natural selection and s alone is not solely responsible for the physical forces and p current diversity of life on earth. (2)Almost all proponents of intelligent design have been theists, arguing that the creator must be God. (3)ID proponents such as Michael Behe promote theories such as Irreducible Complexity which posits that there are certain organs and structures found in nature that have no convincing gradual evolutionary pathway, and are very complex. (4)Intelligent design is advanced by many "Young Earth creationists," who use it to rebut the theory of evolution, and, by extension, the facts that support it.


  8. QUESTION 2 (1)Their position is generally that evolution through natural selection and physical forces and p s alone is not solely responsible for the current diversity of life on earth. that the creator must be God. Irreducible Complexity which posits that there are certain organs and (2)Almost all proponents of intelligent design have been theists, arguing (3)ID proponents such as Michael Behe promote theories such as structures found in nature that have no convincing aradual evolutionary pathway, and are very complex. (4)Intelligent design is advanced by many "Young Earth creationists," who use it to rebut the theory of evolution, and, by extension, the facts that support it.