UGC NET Mock Test 12 on Management – 20 Questions for Practice

 

Take Test 12 20 questions for Practice – Management Test 12

 

1. If in the optimal solution of a linear programming problem, a non-basic variable has zero value in the Cj – Zj row, the problem
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2. The best model to compute the probability that a machine functioning well in one period will continue to function or will break down in the next period is
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3. Read the following statements and indicate the correct code from given below:
Statement I: A subjective probability may be nothing more than an educated guess.
Statement II: One reason that decision-makers at high levels often use subjective probabilities is that they are concerned with unique situations.
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4. Which one of the following is not the major objective of International Monetary Fund?
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5. In inventory control, which one of the following factors does not affect the ROL (Re-Order-Level)?
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6. Match the correct combination for Assertion and Reason as argued by Shapiro and Titman:
Assertion (A): Management decisions to insure or hedge asset appear at best neutral mutation.
Reason (R): The price of systematic risk is identical for all the participants in the financial market.
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7. Consider the following statements:
i. Brand equity is a function of brand awareness and brand preference.
ii. Product lines tend to shorten over time.
iii. The Standards of Weights and Measures (Packaged Commodities) Rules, 1977 provide for the labelling rules relating to packaged commodities.
iv. AIDA Model is relevant to advertising as well as physical distribution.
Indicate the correct answer.
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8. A marketer developing a brand name that is easy to pronounce would conduct:
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9. Relationship marketing aims at building mutually satisfying long term relations with
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10. DUPONT analysis refers to
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11. A manufacturer of industrial goods would use ______ sales force structure.
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12. In the social-cultural arena, marketers may not understand
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13. Which of the following is a step in performing analysis of variance?
i. Determine an estimate of population variance from within samples.
ii. Determine an estimate of population variance from among the sample means.
iii. Determine the difference between expected and observed frequency for each class.
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14. The number of allocated cells in the optimal solution of a transportation problem having m rows and n columns is:
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15. Consider the following statements:
1. Usually people from the same culture, social class and occupation have the same lifestyle.
2. The consumer buying decision will involve the same stages regardless of whether the goods involved are low or high involvement.
3. “Salesmen are born, not made.”
4. The ultimate goal of a customer-oriented organization is to maximize its customer’s satisfaction.
Indicate the correct answer through the codes.
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16. Which of the following is/are a type(s) of direct marketing?
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17. Cognitive dissonance is associated with which stage of the consumer buying decision process?
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18. Conservative policy of working capital refers to
i. Situation with high investment in current assets
ii. Situation which stimulates sales
iii. Situation with frequent production stoppages
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19. Before performing the business analysis for developing a new product, a company should be engaged in_____?
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20. In a railway yard, goods trains arrive at a rate of 30 trains per day. Assume that the inter-arrival time follows an exponential distribution and the service distribution is also an exponential with an average of 36 minutes. The probability that the size of the queue exceeds 10 is
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