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Questions 15 - 17

Some plants when planted near other plants either benefit them or harm them:

Peas and radish are mutually beneficial, and each is beneficial to beans.
Parsley stunts the growth of radish and of peppers.
Garlic improve the pest resistance of radish and of peppers but stunt the growth of peas and of beans.
Turnip and peppers stunt each otherís growth.
Thyme improves the growth of peppers.

Among the plants listed above, there are no additional beneficial or detrimental effects of nearby planting.

  1. In a garden how should the plants be planted, so that peppers get the maximum benefit from the plants planted around it?

    1. beans and radishes but near neither parsley nor peas

    2. thyme and garlic but near neither turnip nor parsley
    3. garlic and turnip but near neither beans nor thyme
    4. peas and turnip but near neither radishes nor garlic
    5. beans and garlic but near neither thyme nor turnip

  2. In case adjacent rows of plants are near each other but rows of plants separated by at least one other row are not near each other, in which of the following sequences of rows of plants will there be a harmful effect between some plants?

    1. Beans, peppers, garlic

    2. Peppers, beans, parsley
    3. Peppers, beans, turnip
    4. Garlic, radishes, beans
    5. Garlic, beans, turnip

  3. In case the plants in a group are planted near each other, which of the following groups of plants will the FEWEST kinds of plants suffer harmful effects?

    1. Garlic, peas, turnip

    2. Garlic, peas, beans
    3. Garlic, turnip, peppers
    4. Parsley, peppers, radishes
    5. Parsley, turnip, peppers

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Index

Test 2

Section 1 : Verbal Section

Section 2 : Quantitative Section

Section 3 : Analytical Section

Section 4 : Quantitative Section

Section 5 : Verbal Section

Section 6 : Analytical Section

Answer Key To Test 2

Answer Explanation To Test 2
Section 1 : Verbal Section

Section 2 : Quantitative Section

Section 3 : Analytical Section
Section 4 : Quantitative Section
Section 5 : Verbal Section

Section 6 : Analytical Section

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