The five sentences (labelled 1,2,3,4, and 5) given in this question, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper order for the sentences and key in this sequence of five numbers as your answer.

  1. Virtual reality can create the illusion of a virtual body to substitute your own, which is called virtual embodiment.
  2. Following a virtual reality “Einstein” experience, participants were also less likely to unconsciously stereotype older people.
  3. A virtual reality experience of being in Albert Einstein’s body can help people with low self-esteem score better on cognitive tests.
  4. The perception of having Einstein’s body may help unlock previously inaccessible mental resources.
  5. The way our brain perceives our body is surprisingly flexible.

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  1. Mayank Khanna

    5- General statement
    1- defines virtual reality
    3- Talks about Albert Einstein experience
    4- continue with Albert Einstein idea
    2- Gives a new point not related but in context with idea of Albert Einstein virtual body.

  2. shivam mukherjee


    5. Talks of a general idea.
    4. Introduces the idea of perceiving einstein’s body.
    1. How do we create that percetion.
    3 and 2 talks of the things we can do with it.

    And 3 will have to precede 2 because 2 is in lieu of the idea introduced in 3.

  3. TG.Prabhat

    The answer is 51342.

    Sentence 5 is the most general sentence which works well as an opening sentence for the paragraph. The rest of the sentences about virtual embodiment may be seen as an illustration and use of sentence 5.

    Sentence 1. follows by introducing the phenomenon of virtual embodiment.

    Sentence 4 speaks of unlocking mental resources and therefore must follow sentence 3. which mentions scoring better on cognitive tests.

    Sentence 2. gives another benefit of the virtual reality experience of being in Albert Einstein’s body and uses the word ‘also’. Hence, it must succeed sentence 4.

    1. TG.Prabhat

      Correct, Vartika! 🙂
      Have a look at the answer’s explanation in my comment above.

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