Passage Reading and English Comprehension
Once while travelling by the local bus, I got a seat beside a very strange man. He seemed interested in every passenger aboard. He would stare at a person, scribble some odd mathematical notations on his long notebook and then move on to the next. Being quite interested in what he was doing I asked him what all those notations meant and then came the startling reply. He saw a man's face not as a single unit but as thousands of squares put together. He was in fact a statistical expert and a budding artist learning the art of graphics.
321. The man was scribbling down
(a) The figures of copassengers
 
(b) The details of thousands of squares put together
 
(c) Some mathmatical formulae and calculations
 
(d) Some mathematical signs

322. The man caught author's attention because
(a) He was sitting next to him
 
(b) He was staring at every person in the bus
 
(c) He would stare at everry person and then scribble down some mathmetical notation
 
(d) He was a budding artist learning the art of graphics

323. The author found that man's reply quite startling because
(a) A statistical expert cannot be a budding artist
 
(b) A budding artist cannot be as statistical expert
 
(c) Graphics is still a rare art form and he was learining it while travelling in a bus
 
(d) The fact that "a man's face can be analysed as thousands of squares" was a strange concept

324. From the passage we gather that
(a) The author is very inquisitive
 
(b) The author tries to poke his nose in other people's business
 
(c) The author is interested in mathematical notations
 
(d) The author wants to talk to fellow passsengers in the bus

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