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Shivangi Srivastava
Electronic and communication engineering from RTU |Cleared written of Bank of Maharashtra 2016 | SBI PO 2017| Published national papers also

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eight friends B,D,F,T,U,I,S and k are sitting in row and facing towards south direction. they like different laptops. i.e HCL,HP,SONY,LENOVO,DELL,TOSHIBA,and COMPAQ but not necessarily in same order. The one who likes Sony laptop sits 3rd left of the one who likes Dell. K sits immediate right of B. The one who likes HP sits at extreme end and there is only 2 friend sits between the one who likes HP and one who likes DELL. The one who likes LENOVO laptop is immediate Neighbor of F. K sits 2nd right of S who is immediate Neighbor of T who likes Toshiba. I sits 2nd right of U who likes ACER laptop. The one who likes ACER sits immediate left of the one who likes SONY laptop. S sits 3rd left of F who likes HP. The one who likes LENOVO is immediate Neighbor of the one who likes HCL laptop.
Priya Tyagi
a year ago
F GO,K Lenovo,B hcl,S Dell,T Toshiba,I Compaq ,D Sony,U Acer plz first write all condition then solve it will become easy .and plz check my answer is right or not?????
Priya Tyagi
a year ago
typing mistake F should be HP not go
Mohit sharma
a year ago
same here
Mohit sharma
a year ago
tyagi ji
Mohit sharma
a year ago
correct answer
Mohit sharma
a year ago
correct answer
F-hp, k-lenovo, b-hcl, s-dell, T-to siba, I-Compaq, d-Sony, u-acer
Priya Tyagi
a year ago
thanks
Sikhar
a year ago
nice thank u first time I solved south direction puzzle
mam we can pair up 1with 2 and 5 with 7 ...if we pair up like this expects in 7 sent can use they in 5 sen know....and ur course is very nice happy to have teacher like u who say complicated things in very simple way tq for the course
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  1. SBI/ IBPS/ RRB PGDBF EXAMS 50 OLD + NEW PREVIOUS YEAR PATTERN QUESTION PARA JUMBLE SENTENCE RE ARRANGEMENT ENROLL NOW unacademy By : Shivangi Srivastava


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  3. Pana Jumble :14


  4. 1) Researchers studied responses from 341 college students who use Facebook 2) At least 76 per cent reported using Facebook in class, while 40 per cent reported using it while driving. 3) The study suggested that individuals could begin to limit their problematic social media use by, for example, turning off social media notifications on their phone. 4) It found that the impulsive act of checking Facebook while driving, in a work meeting, or at other times that could lead to negative consequences, has been linked to a deficiency in the balance between two systems in the brain. 5) They analysed problematic Facebook use data to track their academic performancein this case using grade point average for both semesters and cumulatively. 6) Whenever there is an imbalance between two cognitive-behavioral systems in the human brain, there is a higher rate of problematic use of social networking sites (SNS), says a new study published in Journal of Management Information Systems. 7) Experts found that problematic use of Facebook negatively affected students' academic performance, with the higher the problematic use, the lower the GPA.


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  9. 1) The reality of today is that there is a growing incidence of mental health issues in our society. 2) The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, life events such as the death of a loved one or a relationship break-up, physical illness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use. 3) Depression can be effectively prevented and treated by either counselling or anti-depressant medication 4) According to World Health Organisation (WHO) -Health is a state of complete physical, 5) 6) 7) mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmityll. Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages, from all walks of life. That is why the theme for this year's World Health Day campaign is depression. Mental health is as important for our well-being as is physical health.


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  11. 1) The reality of today is that there is a growing incidence of mental health issues in our society Now what depression is - Next 5th point (what depression is) 2) The risk of becoming depressed is increased by poverty, unemployment, life events such as the death of a loved one or a relationship break-up, physical ilness and problems caused by alcohol and drug use Next 2nd- that how risk of depression is increasing 3) Depression can be effectively prevented and treated by either counselling or anti-depressant medication. 4) According to World Health Organisation (WHO)-Health is a state of Last 3rd point -how complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmityll depression can be prevented So the correct order is 5) Depression is a common mental disorder that affects people of all ages, from all walks of life 4, 7, 1, 6, 5, 2, 3 6) That is why the theme for this year's World Health Day campaign is 4 depression 2 7) Mental health is as important for our well-being as is physical health. 6