Quant Quiz

Q1.If LCM of two number is 693, HCF of two numbers is 11 and one number is 99, then find other?
a.34     d.77     c.12     d.45     e.None of these

Q2.Which greatest possible length can be used to measure exactly 15 meter 75 cm, 11 meter 25 cm and 7 meter 65 cm?
a.45cm     b.255cm     c.244cm     d.55cm     e.None of these

Q3. Find the greatest number which on dividing 1661 and 2045, leaves a reminder of 10 and 13 respectively?
a.125     b.127     c.129     d.131     e.None of these

Q4.Find the largest number which divides 62,132,237 to leave the same reminder?
a.30     b.32     c.35     d.45     e.None of these

Q5. Find the largest number of four digits which is exactly divisible by 27,18,12,15?
a.9700     b.9710     c.9720     d.9730     e.None of these

Q6. An electronic device makes a beep after every 60 sec. Another device makes a beep after every 62 sec. They beeped together at 10 a.m. The time when they will next make a beep together at the earliest, is?
a.10:28 am     b.10:30 am     c.10:31 am     d.10:35 am     e.None of these

Q7. Find the greatest number that will divide 400, 435 and 541 leaving 9, 10 and 14 as remainders respectively?
a.19     b.17     c.13     e.9     e.None of these

Q8.If the product of two numbers is 84942 and their H.C.F. is 33, find their L.C.M.?
a.2574     b.2500     c.1365     d.1574     e.None of these

Q9. The ratio of two numbers is 3 : 4 and their H.C.F. is 4. Their L.C.M. is?
a.48     b.22     c.56     d.27     e.None of these

Q10. Find the LCM of?
a.2/27     b.8/3     c.2/3     d.8/27     e. None of these

Answer & Explanation

Other number= (693×11)/99
Convert first all terms into cm.
i.e. 1575 cm, 1125cm, 765cm.
Now whenever we need to calculate this type of question, we need to find the HCF. HCF of above terms is 45.
In this type of question, its obvious we need to calculate the HCF, trick is
HCF of (1661 – 10) and (2045 -13)
= HCF (1651, 2032) = 127
HCF of (237-132), (132-62), (237-62)
= HCF of (70,105,175) = 35
LCM of 27-18-12-15 is 540.
After dividing 9999 by 540 we get 279 remainder.
So answer will be 9999-279 = 9720
L.C.M. of 60 and 62 seconds is 1860 seconds
1860/60 = 31 minutes
They will beep together at 10:31 a.m.
HCF of (400-9, 435-10, 541-14)
HCF of (391, 425, 527) = 17
HCF * LCM = 84942, because we know
Product of two numbers = Product of HCF and LCM
LCM = 84942/33 = 2574
Let the numbers be 3x and 4x. Then, their H.C.F. = x. So, x = 4.
So, the numbers 12 and 16.
L.C.M. of 12 and 16 = 48.
LCM of fraction=LCM of numerator /HCF of denominator
LCM of numerato=8 , HCF of denominator=3


Reasoning Quiz

Directions : Study the following information to answer the giv­en questions:
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
(All the numbers are two digits numbers and are ar­ranged as per some logic based on the value of the number.)
Input: win 56 32 93 bat for 46 him 28 11 give chance
Step I: 93 56 32 bat for 46 him 28  11 give chance win
Step II: 11 93 56 32 bat for 46 28 give chance win him
Step III: 56 11 93 32 bat for 46 28 chance win him give
Step IV: 28 56 11 93 32 bat 46 chance win him give for
Step V: 46 28 56 11 93 32 bat win him give for chance
Step VI: 32 46 28 56 11 93 win him give for chance bat
Step VI is the last Step of the arrangement of the above input as the intended arrangement is obtained.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the ap­propriate steps for the given in­put,
Input for the questions:
Input: fun 89 at the 28 16 base camp 35 53 here 68
(All the numbers given in the arrangement are two digit num­bers.)

Q1. Which of the following would be the Step II?
(1) 89 fun at 28 16 base camp 35 53 here 68 the     (2) 35 53 28 68 16 89 the here fun camp base at
(3) 16 89 at fun 28 camp base 35 53 68 the here     (4) 53 28 68 16 89 35 the here fun camp base at     (5) None of these

Q2. Which word/number would be at 7th position from the left in Step IV?
(1) base     (2) at     (3) 35     (4) the     (5) 53

Q3. Which step number would be the following output?
53 28 68 16 89 at 35 the here fun camp base
(1) There will be no such step     (2) III     (3) II     (4) V     (5) IV

Direction: Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question:

Q4. Who is the daughter in law of B?
I. I is the brother of D. S is the wife of J’s nephew.            II. R is the brother of N. T is the son of N. S is the mother of T.
III. B is the wife of D. D is the father of N. D has two children.
(1) Only I and III     (2) All I, II and III are required to answer the question     (3) Only II and III
(4) Questions cannot be answered even with all I, II and III     (5) Only I and II

Q5. How many students are there in the class?
I. There are more than 22 but less than 36 students in the class.
II.  If students of the class are divided into groups each group has exactly 11 students.
III. There are more than 29 but less than 45 students in the class.
(1) Only I and II       (2) Only II and either I or III is required to answer the question
(3) Only II and III     (4) All I, II and III are required to answer the question
(5) All I, II and III are not sufficient to answer the question.

Direction: In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer
1) If only conclusion I follows.     2) If only conclusion II follows.     3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.     5) If both conclusions I and II follow.

Q6. Statements:  X > P > Q > R     X = Y     X < Z
Conclusions:  I. Y > R          II. R > Z

Q7. Statements: > Q      S < T      X = Y      X > Z
Conclusions: I. S = Q          II. X > Q

Q8. Statements: S < T     T > R     T = W
Conclusions: I. R < S           II. S < W

Q9. Statements: X = Y      < Z > W
Conclusions: I. Z = X           II. Z > X

Q10. Statements: S > R     Y = X < Z       S < Y
Conclusions: I. Y > R           II. R > Z

Answer & Explanation

It is evident that one word and one number are arranged in each step. The numbers are arranged from the left and the words are arranged from the right. In the first step the word which comes last in the dictionary is shifted to the extreme right, while the highest number is shifted to the extreme left. In the second step the word which appears at the second last position in dictionary order is moved to the extreme right while the lowest number is shifted to the extreme left position. The same procedure is followed to get the final output.

Input: fun 89 at the 28 16 base camp 35 53 here 68

Step I: 89 fun at 28 16 base camp35 53 here 68 the

Step II: 16 89 fun at 28 base camp 35 53 68 the here

Step III: 68 16 89 at 28 base camp 35 53 the here fun

Step IV: 28 68 16 89 at base 35 53 the here fun camp

Step V: 53 28 68 16 89 at 35 the here fun camp base

Step VI: 35 53 28 68 16 89 the here fun camp base at

1.(5)     2.(3)     3.(4)     4.(3): From statements II and III it is clear that S is the daughter-in-law of B.

B is the mother of N and R.

T is the son of N and S is the mother of T.

So, S is the wife of N.

5. (1): From statement I and II, there are 33 students in the class.

From statement II and III there may be 33 or 44 students in the class.

6. (1)        7. (4)      8. (4)        9. (3)       10. (1)


English Quiz

Directions (1- 5): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them:
(A) If the effect is real it will have a big effect on cosmology and space navigation. 
(B) If could rewrite the laws of physics. 
(C) A space probe launched 30 years ago has come under the influence of a force, baffling the scientists. 
(D) The effect shows no sign of getting weaker as the space craft travels deeper into the space. 
(E) Scientists are considering the possibility that the force had revealed a new force of nature. 
(F) The Pioneer-10, which took the first pictures of the Jupiter, is being pulled back to the sun by an unknown force,

Q1. Which should be the SIXTH sentence?
(1) A     (2) C     (3) D     (4) F     (5) B

Q2. Which should be the FOURTH sentence?
(1) F     (2) E     (3) C     (4) D     (5) A

Q3. Which should be the FIRST sentence?
(1) B     (2) F     (3) C     (4) E     (5) A

Q4. Which should be the THIRD sentence?
(1) A     (2) E     (3) D     (4) C     (5) F

Q5. Which should be the FIFTH sentence?
(1) A     (2) B     (3) C     (4) D     (5) E

Directions: (6 – 10): Read the following passage carefully and answers the questions given below it. Certain words are given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
Seventeen years after the first successful transplantation of cells harvested from the umbilical cord, the use of cord blood as a viable alternative to bone marrow as a sources of stem cells is gaining importance. The cord blood that remains in the placenta after birth is routinely discarded as waste despite the fact that it has sufficient quantity of stem cells capable of curing diseases. Although precise data are not available, it is thought that 5,000 to 6,000 cord blood transplantations have been performed worldwide. With the number of births in India running into several millions a year, the potential to fight disease and save lives is immense even if the cord blood from a small fraction of newborns can be collected and preserved. There are compelling reasons for saving cord blood – the avoidance of the need for a perfect tissue match required in bone marrow transplants, the low rate of viral contamination and ready availability. The scope for using the cord blood later in the event of the child suffering from certain diseases is also a major attraction. 
It is this unique feature that has prompted some private companies in India, as in the developed countries, to get up facilities to collect and store cord blood, for a huge fee of course. Like their counterparts in the West, most of them resort to emotional marketing to sell the concept of cord blood serving as a biological insurance for use by the same child or another family member at a later date. How wise or relevant is it to save the newborn’s cord blood private banks?  The answer is not clear as no reliable estimates of the demand for stored cord blood are available. Empirical data on such contingencies are also scarce. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the chances of a child needing his or her own cord blood to treat a disease vary from 1 in 1000 to 1 in 200, 000. While medicine as it is currently practiced does not allow use of a child’s cord blood in the treatment of his or her genetic or leukemia, it does have it uses in treating other diseases. Private cord blood banking is much more relevant where a member of the family may have a current or potential need for stem cell transplantation. 
There is no disputing, the scientific fact the cord blood is a potential weapon to treat many diseases; and the number or diseases so treatable are likely, to increase in future. A good strategy   might be to have several publicity funded cord blood banks co-existing with private banks. Modeled along the lines to blood banks, the public cord blood banks can draw on altruism to get voluntary donations; and since cord blood is far more expensive to process than blood, it can be made available to suitable recipients on payment of a reasonable collection, processing and storage charge. At least one private cord blood bank relying on voluntary donations is in place. Priority must be given to the training of doctors and staff in the proper collection techniques. This is of paramount importance as the time of clamping the umbilical cord to collect cord blood is critical. Clamping the cord too early will increase the volume of cord blood collected but leave the new-born with a reduced blood volume and an increased risk of anemia in later life. To prevent exploitation of poor and vulnerable people, getting the written consent of parents for cord collection as well as the institution of in – house ethics committees must be made mandatory, and the legal requirement strictly enforced. 

Q6. Private companies indulge in emotional marketing:
(1) to sell cord blood.     (2) to set up cord blood banks     (3) to buy cord blood.     (4) to sell insurance packages.
(5) to make long term association with the customers

Q7. From this passage we can infer that:
(1) Cord blood transplant will soon replace bone marrow transplants.     (2) Cord blood is an alternative to stem – cells.
(3) Cord blood can be used in treating blood cancer.     (4) Cord blood is a source of stem cells.
(5)  Cord blood is most important part of the blood

Q8. Which of the following has not been cited as a reason to promote the use of cord blood?
(1) There is no need for tissue matching     (2) It has scope for use in future.     (3) There is no dearth of cord blood.
(4) There is no scope for viral infection.     (5) None of these

Q9. The author is in favor of setting up cord blood 
(1) as a private enterprise.     (2) in the public sector.     (3) aided by public support.     (4) 1 & 3     (5) Only 1

Q10. Cord blood banks can draw on altruism to get voluntary donations means:
(1) They can appeal to the well-disposed in society.     (2) They can approach the well-to-do
(3) They can bank on the well-equipped.     (4) They can tap on well-organized sources.     (5) None of these


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


Computer Quiz

Q1. A firewall is ……..
1) A software program     2) A virus program     3) A Hardware     4) All the above     5) Only 1 and 3

Q2. Which of the following memory can be erased using Ultra Violet Rays?
1) RAM     2) ROM     3) PROM     4) EPROM     5) EEPROM

Q3. Which of the following is an input device which is used with interactive graphics to locate a place on the screen?
1) Bus     2) Modem     3) Magnetic Tape     4) Mouse     5) Scanner

Q4. Retrieval of information from a computer is called:
1) Output     2) Input     3) Data     4) Information     5) Processing

Q5. GUI is the acronym for:
1) Generation User Interface     2) General User Interface     3) Graphical User Instruction     4) Graphical User Interface
5) None of these

Q6. Internal Memory in a Central Processing Unit Comprises of which of the following?
1) Bus     2) A set of ALUs     3) A set of registers     4) Ward disk memory     5) All of these

Q7. Which of the following is a file in computer?
1) Hard disk     2) Magnetic Drum     3) Floppy disk     4) Portable Document Format     5) None of these

Q8. Which of the following terms is associated with the computers processing speed?
1) MIPS(Million Instruction Per Second)     2) FCFS     3) MPEG     4) TIFF     5) None of these

Q9. The smallest storage unit in a computer is…
1) Nibble     2) Byte     3) Bit     4) Word     5) None of these

Q10. Which functioncalculates the average of a given set of numbers in Excel?
1) Min     2) Max     3) Count     4) Avg     5) Sum

Q11. …… shows all the websites and pages that are visited over a period of time.
1) Home page     2) Toolbar     3) Task bar     4) History     5) Cookies

Q12. Which amongthe following is a diskette?
1) Cartridge     2) Toner     3) Floppy     4) CD     5) Hard Disk

Q13. Excel is a collection of
1) Workbook     2) Worksheets     3) Graphs     4) Charts     5) None of the above

Q14. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?

Q15. Ctrl + H keyboard short cut in MS word is used to ….
1) Open Font dialog box     2) Align Center     3) Open Replace Box     4) Insert Link     5) None of these


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