Quiz – 132

Quant Quiz

Directions (1- 5): Read the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below. 
Production of Tea and Coffee by a factory in different years.

Q1.What was approximate percentage increase in quantity of exported tea in 2009 in comparison to previous year?
(1) 42                   (2) 37                  (3) 34                (4) 45                (5) 49

Q2.What is the average quantity of exported coffee in 2008 and 2010? (in kg.)
(1) 975                  (2) 965                  (3) 935                (4) 948                  (5) None of these

Q3.The quantity of exported coffee in 2007 is approximately what percentage of the quantity of exported tea in the same year?
(1) 57                  (2) 53                  (3) 66                (4) 70                  (5) 60

Q4.What is the difference between the total quantity of exported tea in 2007 and 2208 and total quantity of exported coffee in both the same year? (in kg.)
(1) 408                  (2) 412                  (3) 416                (4) 422                  (5) None of these

Q5.What is the total quantity of exported coffee in all the years? (in kg.)
(1) 9330                  (2) 9545                 (3) 9214                (4) 9528                  (5) None of these

Q6.The compound interest accured on an amount of Rs. 25,500 at the end of three years in Rs. 8,440.50. what would be the simple interest accured on the same amount at the same rate in the same period?
(1) Rs. 4,650                  (2) Rs. 5,650                (3) Rs. 6,650                  (4) Rs. 7,650                (5) None of these

Q7.The profit earned after selling an article of Rs. 1,754 is the same as the loss incurred after selling the article for Rs. 1,492. What is the cost price of the article?
(1) Rs. 1,623                  (2) Rs. 6,192                (3) Rs. 6,708                  (4) Rs. 7,224                (5) None of these

Q8.A sum of money is delivered among A, B, C and D in the ratio of 3:4:9:10. If the share of C is Rs. 2,580 more than the share of B, what is the total amount of money of A and D together?
(1) Rs. 5,676                  (2) Rs. 6,192                (3) Rs. 6,708                  (4) RS. 7,224                (5) None of these

Q9.Bovina spent Rs. 44,668 on her air tickets, Rs. 56,732 on buying gift for the family members and the remaining 22% of the total amount she had as cash with her. What was the total amount?
(1) RS. 28,600                  (2) Rs. 1,30,000                (3) Rs. 1,01,400                  (4) RS. 33,800                (5) None of these

Q10.Rubina decided to donate 16% of her monthly salary to an NGO. On the day of donation she changed her mind and donated RS. 6,567. Which was 75% of what she had decided earlier. How much is Rubina’s monthly salary?
(1) Rs. 8,756                  (2) Rs.54,725                (3) Rs. 6,56,700                  (4) Rs. 45,696                (5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1.(4) Increase percent = 451/1014 * 100 = 45(Approximate)

 

2.(1)

 

3.(3) Required % = 1104/1671 * 100 = 66(Approximate)

 

4.(5)

 

5.(2)

 

6.(4)  R % = 33940.5*100/255000 = 33.1 %

R % for 1 Year = 10 %

S.I = 25500*10*3/100 = 7650

 

7.(1)  Required CP = (1754 +1492)/2 = 1623

 

8.(3) 5 = 2580

13 = 2580*13/5 = 6708

 

9.(2) 78 % 101400

100 % = 101400*100/78 = 130000

 

10.(2) 75 % = 6567

100 % =  6567 *4/3

16 % =  6567 *4/3

100 % =  6567 *4/3*100/16 = 54725

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following table to answer these questions.
Percentage of marks obtained by six students in six different subjects. Number given in small brackets indicates the full marks of the subject.

Sub Math(120) Eng(75) Hindi(60) Eco(75) Social Sc(150) Com Sc (50)
Stu
Durgesh 92 80 70 88 62 78
Renuka 90 48 75 68 76 88
Rahul 72 44 65 52 78 86
Radha 96 72 45 80 82 92
Pratigya 98 76 65 64 84 80
Pratik 80 64 75 92 64 70

 

Q1. What is the average percentage of marks obtained by all the three girls (Radha, Pratigya and Renuka) in English?
1) 63.67                 2) 67.33                 3) 66.66                 4) 65.33                 5) None of these

Q2. Marks obtained by all the three boys together in Hindi is how much more than that by all the three girls together in Hindi?
1) 9                 2) 12                 3) 25                 4) 21                 5) None of these

Q3. In which subject has Pratigya got the least marks?
1) Computer Sc                 2) Economics                 3) Hindi                 4) English                 5) None of these

Q4. What is the total marks obtained by Renuka in all the subjects?
1) 378              2) 398              3) 368              4) 408              5) None of these

Q5. What is the average marks obtained by these six students in Economics?
1) 52              2) 52.5              3) 55.5             4) 53.5             5) None of these

Q6. What is the percentage decrease in production from 2007–2008 for India?
1) 6%                2) 8 4/7%               3) 1 4/7%               4) 9%               5) None of the

Q7. What is the average production of Sri Lanka from 2007 to 2010?
1) 67                2) 64                3) 63                4) 59                5) 57

Q8. What is the ratio of the maximum production to average production for India?
1) 73 : 57                2) 73 : 59                3) 73 : 62                4) 73 : 64                5) None of these

Q9. What is the difference of total production of these two countries during 2007–2012?
1) 18                2) 20                3) 22                4) 24                5) 26

Q10. For Sri Lanka during which period its production increases maximum from the previous year?
1) 2007–2008                2) 2008–2009                3) 2009–2010                4) 2010–2011               5) 2011–2012

Answer & Explanation

1. 4
Average percentage of marks (of girls)
= (72 + 76 + 48)/3 = 65.33

2. 5
Marks obtained by the boys (in Hindi)
= (75% of 60) + (65% of 60) + (70% of 60)
= 45 + 39 + 42 = 126

Marks obtained by girls
= (65% of 60) + (75% of 60) + (45% of 60)
= 27 + 39 + 45 = 111
Reqd Difference = 126 – 111 = 15

3. 3
In Hindi, she has got only 39 marks.

4. 2
Total marks gained by Rani
= (90% of 120 + 48% of 75 + 75% of 60 + 68% of 75 + 76% of  150 + 88% of 50
= 108 + 36 + 45 + 51 + 114 + 44 = 398

5. 3
Avg in Eco =
(92 + 80 + 52 + 64 + 88 + 68)/6 of 75
= 444/ 6*100 * 75 = 5505

6. 2
(70 – 64)/70 * 100 = 60/7 = 8 4/7%

7. 5
Average = (55 + 48 + 75 + 50)/4 = 228/4 = 57

8. 3
= (70 + 64 + 45 + 60 + 6 0 + 73)/6 = 372/6 = 62
Maximum = 73
Ratio = 73:62

9. 3
Production of India = 372
Production of Sri Lanka = 350
Diference = 372 – 350 = 22

10. 2

 

English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Which of the phrases (1), (2),(3) and (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5), i.e. “No correction required”, as your answer.

Q1. The corruption charges were a huge blow to his reputation and his business suffered to a great extent.
1. his business suffers to  2. his business suffered in  3. his business suffering to
4. his business suffers on  5. No correction required

Q2. Airline companies pay nearly 25 billion dollars for their right of fly over the countries other than their parent country.
1. their right to fly  2. their right In flying  3. their right to flying                4. there right to flight
5. No correction required

Q3. When he fell down the ditch, he shouted with all his might so that to catch someone’s attention.
1. such that to catch 2. so as to catch               3. so that to catching               4. no then to catch
5. No correction required

Q4. Disparity between the earnings of the poor and the rich has widen in the last few decades.
1. have widen in  2. has widened on  3. have widened in               4. has widened in               5. No correction required

Q5. Instead of teaching abstracted concepts, the new and improved textbooks tell stories of real people so that the children can identify with the characters.
1. Inspite of teaching abstracted 2. Instead of taught abstract 3. Instead of teaching abstract
2. Inspite of taught abstract 5. No correction required

Directions (6-10): Choose the option which has correct pair to fill the blank space given in question.

Q6 .…………….camera design begins with the hands – an advertisement for handy cam.
(A) Each                (B) Every               (C) Any              (D) All              (E) Some              (F) Everywhere
(1) A & B                (2) B & C               (3) D & E              (4) A & D                (5) B & D

Q7. President Obama’s election campaign for second term has gone in ……………….as charges of corruption are imposed on his office by investigating agency.
(A) Suffering
(B) Abstinence               (C) Turmoil              (D) Impeding               (E) Slapdash               (F) Turbulence
(1) B & C                (2) C & D               (3) A & E              (4) C & F                (5) B & F

Q8. It is official, the not so …………. global economy has dragged down the optimism level of Indians also.
(A) Buoyant               (B) Promising               (C) Affluent              (D) Sluggish               (E) Floating               (F) Insulated
(1) A & B                (2) B & D               (3) C & E              (4) D & F                (5) A & F

Q9. Minister …………………….read a wrong speech at United Nations and this is not limited to India but Pakistani beautiful foreign minister Rabbani also addressed ‘extinguished guests’ instead of ‘distinguished  guests’.
(A) Indifferently
(B) Carefully               (C) Intentionally              (D) Nonchalantly               (E) Nervously                (F) Repeatedly
(1) B & C                (2) A & D               (3) B & E              (4) C & F                (5) B & F

Q10. Foreign Companies demanded a better investment ………………….in India for promoting their products.
(A) Climate                (B) Atmosphere                  (C) Surroundings              (D) Weather               (E) Scenario               (F) Schemes
(1) B & E              (2) A & F              (3) C & F              (4) D & F              (5) C & E

Answers

1. 5             2. 1             3. 2             4. 4             5. 3             6. 4             7. 4             8. 1             9. 2             10. 2

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. In MS Word, the bar at the top of a window that bears the name of the window is known as
a) Nominal Bar b) Status Bar c) Title Bar              d) Current Bar              e) Menu Bar

Q2. In MS Excel, if we want to select an entire column, which of the following is used?
a) Shift + Ctrl b) Ctrl +Alt c) Alt + Shift              d) Ctrl + Space              e) Ctrl + Alt + Del

Q3. The main webpage of a website is also known as ­
a) Contents Page b) Home Page c) Introduction Page              d) First Page              e) Icebreaker Page

Q4. Which of the following is NOT an example of Web Browser?
a) Firefox b) Google Chrome c) Sunday              d) Internet Explorer              e) Bolt

Q5. An email attachment is referred to as
a) The body of the email b) The address of the sender c) A document that is sent with an email
d) The address of the receiver e) Any document that can be attached and sent with an email

Q6. The networking device that is used to connect computers via telephone lines is known as
a) Router b) Bridge c) Gateway              d) Modem              e) Repeater

Q7. Which of the following is NOT an example of a basic logic gate?
a) AND b) END c) OR              d) XOR              e) NAND

Q8. The full form of the abbreviation GIF is
a) Graph Interchange Format b) Graphics Interchange Format c) Great Interchange Format
d) Graphics Institutional Framework e) None of the Above

Q9. Which of the following is NOT a component of the Central Processing Unit of the computer?
a) Universal Serial Bus b) Arithmetic Logic Unit c) Control Unit              d) Uninterrupted Power Supply
e) Both (1) and (4)

Q10. Which of the following was used in first generation computers as processor?
a) Magnetic Ink b) Vacuum Tubes c) Integrated Circuits              d) Microchips              e) None of the above

Answers

1. c           2. d             3. b             4. c             5. c             6. d             7. b             8. b             9. e             10. b

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