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Research Aptitude Practice Set #23
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Research Aptitude Practice Set Part 23

Kamalvir Singh is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Kamalvir Singh
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sir according to shankar IAS page no 199 & 201.. HFCs have long atmospheric lifetime 1-270years , even more than carbondi oxide...
Rajesh Hariharan
3 years ago
what is this shankar ias page no 199 & 201??
Dr Maaz Shaikh
3 years ago
Shankar IAS is a BOOK on Environment especially for CSE aspirant (even recommended by Roman Sir for ENV static portion)
  1. Luciffer Kamalvir

  2. 221. which of the following is essentially academic meeting a. colloquium b. conference c.symposium d. none of the above

  3. Research Aptitude 250+ mcq Part 23

  4. 222. in which of the following,it is required to cite sources in a bibliography at the end a. conference b. colloquium c. seminar d. paper

  5. 223. which of the following is most likely to make use of the internet a. web conference b. seminar c. symposium d. none of these above

  6. 224. which of the following is published in a journal a. article b. paper c. both a and b d. none of above

  7. 225. a researcher conducted three experiments with 100 subjects each folloeing uniform design instead of none experiment with 300 subjects this is known as a. replication b. manipulation c. observation d. validation

  8. 226. Research is a. a purposeful systematic activity b. conduct for purely academic purposes c. conduct to answer questions about practical issues d. a random unplanned process of discovery

  9. 227. the research is always a. verifying the old knowledge b. exploring the knowledge c. filling the gap between the knowledge d.all of the above

  10. 228. all good research aims at a. betterment of society b. developing generalization,theories, and principles c. solving routine problems d.none of the above