QUIZ 13

Quant Quiz

Directions (1-5): Read the given information carefully to answer these questions:
We compare the balance sheet of three companies A, B and C in the year 2005. .We found the total profit of all three companies to be Rs 60 crores and the profit of Company A is the average profit of all these three companies. Profit of Company B is 20% less than that of Company A and profit of Company C is 20% more than that of Company A. Profit of Company B is 20% of the income of Company C. Profit of Company B is also equal to 40% of the expenses of Company A, which is equal to the income of Company B. Now answer the following questions.

Q1. What is the average expenditure of all the three companies?
(1) Rs 24 crores     (2) Rs 36 crores     (3) Rs 40 crores     (4) Rs 44 crores     (5) None of these

Q2. Expenditure of Company B is how much per cent of the expenditure of Company A?
(1) 50%     (2) 60%     (3) 64%     (4) 72%     (5) 80%

Q3. Expenditure of Company C is how much per cent more than the expenditure of Company A?
(1) 24%     (2) 25%     (3) 30%     (4) 36%     (5) 40%

Q4. What is the ratio of the average income to the average profit of all the three companies?
(1) 3 : 1     (2) 3 : 2     (3) 4 : 1     (4) 4 : 3     (5) 2 : 1

Q5. If the percentage rise in profit of Company A is 20% per annum in future years, what will be the profit of Company A in the year 2007?
(1) Rs 28 crores     (2) Rs 28.8 crores     (3) Rs 32 crores     (4) Rs 32.8 crores     (5) Rs 48 crores

Directions (6-10): Read the given information carefully to answer these questions:
There are 24 boys and 10 girls in Class V. They are taught by 6 teachers. There are 12 boys and 20 girls in Glass VI. They are taught by 5 teachers. No teacher is common in the two classes. A team of two boys, one girl and one teacher is selected for a camp. In how many ways can the team be selected so that

Q6. All the members are from Class VI?
(1) 13200     (2) 6600     (3) 1100     (4) 91     (5) None of these

Q7. The teacher is from Class VI but students are from Class V?
(1) 13800     (2) 6900     (3) 16560     (4) 3960     (5) None of these

Q8. The boys are from Class VI, the girl is from Class V and the teacher is from any of the classes?
(1) 60720     (2) 1210     (3) 3630     (4) 7260     (5) None of these

Q9. What is the probability that the girl Renuka of Class V is selected for the camp?
(1) 1/30     (2) 1/10     (3) 1/20     (4) 1/200     (5) None of these

Q10. What is the probability that the teacher of Class VI is selected for the camp?
(1) 1     (2) 1/2     (3) 6/11     (4) 5/11     (5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

Solutions (91-95)
Total Profit = 60 Crore
According to Qs:
Profit of Company B is 20% of the Income of Company C
Let Income of Company C is P
So P x 20% = 16
P = (16 * 100)/100 = 80 Cr.
Income of Company C = 80 Cr
Profit of Company B is also equal to 40% of the Expenses of Company A
Let Expense of Company A is P
So P x 40% = 16
P = (16 * 100)/40 = 40 Cr
Expense of Company A = 40 Cr

Company Profit

In Cr

Income

In Cr

Expenditure

In Cr

A 20 60 40
B 16 40 24
C 24 80 56

1. (3)
2. (2) Req % = 24/40 * 100 = 60%
3. (5) Req % = (56 – 40)/56 * 100 = 40%
4. (1) Total Average Income of the company = 180/3= 60 crore
Total Average Profit of the company = 60/3 = 20 Crore
Req Ratio 60 : 20 = 3 : 1
5. (2) In 2006 Profit of company A = 120/100 * 20 = 24 Crore
In 2007 Profit of company A = 120/100 * 24 = 28.8 Crore
Solutions (6-10)
6. 2     7. 1     8. 4     9. 1     10. 4

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-6): Study the information given below and answer the given questions.
Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F have three types of vehicles – Alto, Fiat and Nano – and they like three colours – Black, White and Red. Each of them has a car. Only two of them have the same type of cars and only two of them like the same colour.
A and F do not like Alto and Red colour. C and D do not like Fiat and White colour. A and B do not like Fiat. B does not like Nano and Red colour, and C does not like Alto and Red colour. The one who has Fiat, does not like Black colour. E and B do not like White colour.
Q1. Which two friends have Red cars?
(1) A and B     (2) B and C     (3) D and E     (4) D and F     (5) C and E

Q2. Which two friends have Fiats?
(1) E and F     (2) D and F     (3) B and E     (4) A and C     (5) E and C

Q3. Who has a Black Nano?
(1) A     (2) B     (3) C     (4) D     (5) E

Q4. Which of the following combinations is not true?
(1) B – Black –Alto     (2) E – Red – Nano     (3) D – Red – Alto     (4) C – Black – Nano     (5) None of these

Q5. Which of the following cars does A own?
(1) Black Alto     (2) Red Fiat     (3) White Alto     (4) White Nano     (5) Black Nano

Q6. Which of the following statements is true?
(1) C likes White Nano     (2) E likes Black Fiat     (3) B likes Red Alto     (4) F likes White Fiat     (5) None of these

Directions (7-11): In each question below are given three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

Q7. Statements:
Some flowers are fruits.     All fruits are trees.     No tree is a plant.
Conclusions: 
I. At least some plants are fruits.     II. All trees being flowers is a possibility.     III. At least some trees are fruits.
(1) Only I follows     (2) Only land II follow     (3) Only II and III follow     (4) Only I and III follow     (5) None of these

Q8. Statements: 
Some keys are locks.     All locks are doors.     Some doors are windows.
Conclusions: 
I. At least some locks are windows.     II. Some windows are doors.     III. Some keys are doors.
(1) None follows     (2) Only II and III follow     (3) Only II follows     (4) Only III follows     (5)All follow

Q9. Statements: 
All tablas are sitars.     All sitars are harmoniums.     All harmoniums are violins.
Conclusions: 
I. All sitars are violins.     II. All tablas are harmoniums.     III. Some violins are sitars.
(1) All follow     (2) Only II and III follow     (3) Only I and II follow     (4) Only III follows     (5) None follows

Q10. Statements: 
All bananas are apples.     Some apples are oranges.     All oranges are grapes.
Conclusions: 
I. All grapes are apples.     II. All apples are bananas.     III. All oranges being bananas is a possibility.
(1) Only I follows     (2) Only II follows     (3) Only III follows     (4) All follow     (5) None follows

Q11. Statements: 
Some teachers are doctors.     Some doctors are professors.     All professors are writers.
Conclusions: 
I. All teachers being writers is a possibility.     II. All professors being doctors is a possibility.     III. Some writers are doctors.
(1) All follow     (2) Only I and II follow     (3) Only I and III follow     (4) Only II and III follow     (5) None of these

Answers

1-3     2-1     3-3     4-2     5-4     6-4     7-3     8-2     9-1     10-3     11-1

 

English Quiz

Directions: Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error in it.
The error, if any will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part will be the answer. If there is no error, mark 5 as the answer. (Ignore the error of the punctuation, if any)

Q1. No sooner did I open the door (1)/ when the rain (2)/ heavy and stormy, rushed in (3)/ making us shiver from head to foot (4)/ No error (5)

Q2. Though she was sick (1)/ but (2)/ she went (3)/ to work (4)/ No error (5)

Q3. On his attitude (1)/ it seems that what he wants (2)/ is that the decision making power (3) should rest with him (4)/ No error (5)

Q4. She fixed a metal ladder (1)/ for the wall below her window (2)/ so as to be able to (3)/ escape if there was a fire (4)/ No error(5)

Q5. Of all the men (1)/ known to me none is (2)/ less inclined that he is (3)/ to think ill to others(4)/ No error (5)

Q6. The recent study has (1)/ indicated that there (2)/ is perceptible change in (3)/ the attitudes of the people (4)/ No error (5)

Q7. A nationwide survey (1)/ has brought up an (2)/ interesting finding (3)/ regarding infant mortality rate in India (4)/ No error(5)

Q8. Reema could not (1)/ go to the picnic (2)/ for her mother (3)/ was not well (4)/ No error (5)

Q9. The Hindi and Marathi are (1)/ different forms of the Sanskrit language, (2)/ which were once spoken (3)/ in almost every part of India (4)/ No error (5)

Q10. Children visiting the (1)/ park are amused (2)/ by the monkeys (3)/ play in the cages. (4)/ No error (5)
Answers

1.2         2.2        3.1     4.2     5.4      6.3      7.4      8.5      9.3      10.4

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. The vast network of computers that connects millions of people all over the world is called _____.
1) LAN     2) Web     3) Hypertext     4) Internet     5) None of these

Q2. The property that, when classes are arranged in a hierarchy, each class assumes the attributes and methods of its ancestors is _______.
1) generalization     2) inheritance     3) encapsulation     4) information hiding     5) None of these

Q3. The software component of an expert system that draws conclusions is the _____.
1) user interface     2) database     3) inference engine     4) I/O controller     5) model base

Q4. The attributes and methods for each object are stored in _______.
1) an object instance     2) an object connection     3) an assembly structure     4) an object repository     5) None of these

Q5. An E-R diagram is a graphic method of presenting ____.
1) primary keys and their relationships     2) primary keys and their relationships to instances
3) entity classes and their relationships     4) entity classes and their relationships to primary keys     5) None of these

Q6. ________ is an invalid type of database key.
1) Structured primary key     2) Atomic primary key     3) Primary key     4) Composite primary key     5) None of these

Q7. A processor that collects the transmissions from several communications media and sends them over a single line that operates at a higher capacity is called ______.
1) multiplexor     2) bridge     3) hub     4) router     5) None of these

Q8. Bandwidth refers to _______.
1) the cost of the cable required to implement a WAN     2) the cost of the cable required to implement a LAN
3) the amount of information a peer-to-peer network can store
4) the amount of information a communications medium can transfer in a given amount of time
5) None of these

Q9. _________ is a primary key of one file that also appears in another file.
1) Physical key     2) Primary key     3) Foreign key     4) Logical key     5) None of these

Q10. The technique that extends storage capacities of main memory beyond the actual size of the main memory is called _______.
1) multitasking     2) virtual storage     3) multiprocessing     4) multiprogramming     5) switching

Q11. Customers, facilities, knowledge workers, business information, communication infrastructure and computer equipment are all considerations in a good _______ plan.
1) Hacker     2) Disaster recovery     3) Security     4) Risk management     5) None of these

Q12. Which of the following correctly defines the term E-Banking?
A) It is the short form of Efficient Banking which means providing all banking related services to the customers in minimum required time during their visit to the branch.
B) E-Banking is providing banking facilities to all the customers through ATMs only which restricts their visits to a bank branch to a bare minimum.
C) E-Banking implies provisions of banking products and services through electronic delivery channels like ATMs, Phone, internet, mobile phones etc.
1) Only A     2) Only B     3) Only C     4) Only A & B     5) Only A & C

Q13. SMTP, FTP and DNS are applications of the ____ layer.
1) data link     2) network     3) transport     4) application     5) None of these

Q14. In a database, information should be organised and accessed according to which of the following?
1) Physical position     2) Logical structure     3) Data dictionary     4) Physical structure     5) None of these

Q15. Traffic in a VPN is not ______.
1) invisible from public networks     2) logically separated from other traffic     3) accessible from unauthorised public networks
4) restricted to a single protocol in IP Sec     5) None of thes

Q16. A ________ is not a form of Biometrics.
1) fingerprint     2) password     3) retina scan     4) breath scan     5) None of these

Q17. A compiler ______
1) translates machine language into a high level language     2) translates one statement at a time as the program executes
3) translates two statements at a time as the program executes     4) produces object code
5) is less sophisticated than an assembler

Q18. References to each file on a disk are stored in a ______.
1) file allocation table     2) root allocation table     3) linking directory      4) root directory     5) directory allocation table

Q19. A sender must not be able to deny that he sent a specific message when he in fact did. This is an aspect of security called ______.
1) privacy     2) authentication     3) integrity     4) non-repudiation     5) None of these

Q20. _______ is an access method in which collisions are entirely avoided.
1) CSMA     2) CSMA/CD     3) CSMA/CA     4) All of these     5) None of these

Answers
1. 4 2. 2     3. 3     4. 4     5. 3     6. 1     7. 1     8. 4     9. 3     10. 2     11. 4     12. 3     13. 4     14. 2     15. 2     16. 2     17.4     18. 1     19. 4     20. 5

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