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1. ) When he was awarded an Honorary Degree by the University of Newcastle, even John Roberson himself must surely have looked back in wonder at his astonishing rise to success. The year was 1910, and those assembled were to hear not only of his generosity to the University, which enabled it to contribute to the pioneering research into tropical diseases being carried out at that time but also of his humanitarian work in southern Africa, where he was ahead of his time in improving the working conditions of local mine workers.
To those who knew John in his youth, it will have come as no surprise to hear for his success. He was now enjoying the rewards of the fierce determination, desire to succeed and extra ordinary ability to acquire knowledge, which they had noticed in the young man.
Question: Which one is correct?
a. He was born in Africa
b. His abilities were evident at a young age
c. He studied medicine
d. He completed his degree in 1910.
2. Jupiter as 2 – 1/2 times more mass as compared to all other planets put together. Besides, it’s diameter is 11 times more than Earth’s diameter. Because of its size, the scientists were also forced into believing that it became a star. Gasses and dust contracted to build the planet and immense pressure was created by the gravitational forces along with tens of thousands of degrees of temperature. However, unlike the Sun, the unavailability of sufficient mass required to create the temperature which can initiate fusion reaction. Jupiter relatively got cooler over a period a time.
Question: What’s the main idea of the passage?
a. Comparison for Jupiter’s temperature with other planets.
b. Size of Jupiter compared to other planets.
c. Jupiter’s development as compared to Earth over a period.
d. Jupiter’s development as compared to Sun.
Question 1:- b. His abilities were evident at a young age
Question 2: b. Size of Jupiter compared to other planets.