# QUIZ 40

### Quant Quiz

Q1.A sum of Rs. 1600 gives a simple interest of Rs. 252 in 2 years and 3 months. The rate of interest per annum is:?
(a)51/2%     (b) 8%     (c) 7%     (d) 6%     (e)none of these

Q2.A sum of Rs. 1750 is divided into two parts such that the interests on the first part at 8% simple interest per annum and that on the other part of 6% simple interest per annum are equal. The interest on each part (In rupees) is ?
(a) 60     (b) 65     (c) 70     (d) 40     (e)none of these

Q3.Rs. 500 was invested at 12% per annum simple interest and a certain sum of money invested at 10% per annum simple interest at. If the sum of the interests on both the sums after 4 years is Rs. 480, the latter sum of money is?
(a  Rs. 450     (b) Rs. 750     (c) Rs. 600     (d) Rs. 550     (e)none of these

Q4.A sum of money lent out at simple interest amounts of Rs. 720 after 2 years and to Rs. 1020 after a further period of 5 years. The sum is?
(a)Rs. 500     (b) Rs. 600     (c) Rs. 700     (d) Rs. 710     (e)none of these

Q5.In what time will Rs. 72 become Rs. 81 at 25/4% per annum simple interest?
(a2 years     (b) 3 years     (c) 2 years 6 months     (d) Can’t determine     (e)None of these

Q6.The simple interest on a certain sum for 8 months at 4% per annum is Rs. 129 less than the simple interest on the same sum for 15 months at 5% per annum. The sum is:
(a) Rs. 2580     (b) Rs. 2400     (c) Rs. 2529     (d) Rs. 3600     (e)None of these

Q7.A person deposited Rs. 400 for 2 years, Rs. 550 for 4 years and Rs. 1,200 for 6 years. He received the total simple interest of Rs. 1,020. The rate of interest per annum is ?
(a)10%     (b) 5%     (c) 15%     (d) 20%     (e)None of these

Q8.A sum of money becomes 7/6 of itself in 3 years at a certain rate of simple interest. The rate per annum is?
(a) 5 5/9%     (b) 6 5/9%     (c) 18%     (d) 25%     (e)None of these

Q9.At what rate per cent per annum will the simple interest on a sum of money be 2/5 of the amount in 10 years?
(a) 4     (b) 6     (c) 52/3     (d) 62/3     (e)None of these

Q10.Simple interest on a certain sum for 6 years is 9/25 of the sum. The rate of interest is ?
(a) 6%     (b) 6 1/2%     (c) 8%     (d) 8 1/2%     (e)None of these

1.(c)
Principal, P = Rs. 1600
T = 2 year 3 months
= (2+3/12)yrs.=(2+1/4)yrs.= 9/4 yrs.
S.I = Rs. 252
R = % rate of interest per annum
R= (100×S.I.)/(P×t)
=(100×252)/(1600×9/4)
Rate of interest = 7% per annum.
2.(a)
Let first part = Rs. x and second part = Rs. (1750-x)
According to the question.
x×8/100=(1750-x)×6/100
8x + 6x = 1750 x 6
14x = 1750 x 6
x=(1750×6)/10=Rs.750
Interest = 8% of Rs. 750
= 750 × 8/100=Rs,750
= 750 × 8/100=Rs.60
3.(c)
Simple interest gained from Rs. 500
= (500×12×4)/100 = Rs. 240
Let the other Principal be Rs. x.
S.I. gained = Rs. (480 -240) = Rs. 240
(x×10×4)/100=240
x=(540×100)/40 = Rs. 600
4.(b)
Principal + SI for 2 years = Rs. 720 …..(i)
Principal + SI for 7 years = Rs. 1020 ….(ii)
Subtracting equation (i) from (ii) we get,
SI for 5 years
= Rs. (1020 -720) = Rs. 300
SI for 2 years = Rs. 300× 2/5= Rs. 120
Principal = Rs. 720- Rs. 120 = 600
5.(a)
Interest = Rs. (81-72) = Rs. 9
Let the time be t years.
9 = (72×25×t)/(4×100)
t=(9×400)/(72×25)=2 years
6.(d)
Let the sum be Rs. x
(x ×5 ×15)/(100 ×12)-(x ×4 ×8)/(100 ×12)=129
x/(100×12) (75-32)=129
x=(129×1200)/43= Rs. 3600
7.(a)
Let the rate of interest be R per cent per annum.
(400×2×R)/100+(550×4×R)/100+(1200×6×R)/100=1020
8R + 22R + 72R = 1020
102 R =1020
R = 1020/102=10%
8.(a)
Principal = P
Amount = 7p/6
S.I. = 7p/6-P=P/6
? R=(S.I×100)/(P×T)=(P×100)/(6×p×3)
= 50/9=5 5/9%
9.(a)
10.(a)
Rate = (SI ×100)/(Principal ×Time)
= 9/25×100/6=6% per annum

### Reasoning Quiz

Q1. D said, ‘A’s father is the only brother of my sister’s son’. How is A’s father related to D?
(1) Cousin     (2) Nephew     (3) Aunt     (4) Data inadequate     (5) None of these
Directions:The following questions are based on the five three digit numbers given below:
394   632   783   576   895

Q2. If the positions of the first and the second digits within each number are interchanged, which of the following will be the second highest number?
(1) 632     (2) 783     (3) 576     (4) 895     (5) 394

Q3. If the first and second digits of each of the numbers are added the resulting sum of which of the following numbers will not be exactly divisible by 3?
(1) 895     (2) 394     (3) 576     (4) 632     (5) 783

Q4. If 2 is added to the last digit of each number and then the positions of the first and the third digits are interchanged, which of the following will be the highest number?
(1) 576     (2) 895     (3) 783     (4) 394     (5) 632

Q5. Q types faster than R but not as fast as V. T types faster than R. S types faster than V. Who amongst the five of them types the fastest?
(1) V     (2) T     (3) S     (4) Data inadequate     (5) None of these

Directions: In each question below are either two or three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the two or three given statements to be true and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two/three given statements, disregarding the commonly known facts.
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I follows.
Give answer (2) if only conclusion II follows.
Give answer (3) if either conclusion I or II follows.
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

(6-8):
Statements:
All buildings are houses     No house is an apartment     All apartments are flats

Q6. Conclusions:
No flat is a house     No building is an apartment

Q7. Conclusions:
All buildings being flats is a possibility     All apartments being buildings is a possibility

(8-9):
Q8. Statements:
Some oceans are seas     All oceans are rivers     No river is a canal
Conclusions:
All rivers can never be oceans     All canals being oceans is a possibility

Q9. Conclusions:
No ocean is a canal     At least some seas are rivers

Q10. Statements:
No day is night     All nights are noon     No noon is an evening
Conclusions:
No day is noon     No day is an evening

1. (2)

D’s sister’s son means nephew of D.

A’s father is also nephew of D.

2. (5)

394 => 934; 632 => 362; 783 => 873; 576 => 756; 895 => 985

Second highest number => 934 => 394

3. (1)

3+9=12; 6+3=9; 7+8=15; 5+7=12; 8+9=17

17, is not exactly divisible by 3

4. (1)

394 => 396 => 693

632 => 634 => 436

783 => 785 => 587

576 => 578 => 875

895 => 897 => 798

Highest number => 875 => 576

5. (4)

V > Q > R

T > R and S > V

Now, S > V > Q > R  ——- T

6. (2)         7. (1)          8. (4)            9. (5)           10. (4)

### English Quiz

Directions (1–10): In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.

The right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009, which came (1) effect in April this year, is meant to transform the education sector and take India closer to the goal of universal schooling. But with admissions to the new academic session just (2) the corner, it is fast becoming clear that (3) well-intentioned ideas into (4) will take some doing. For a start, the guidelines for admission under the RTE prohibit schools from conducting any sort of student profiling The stress on a random yet justifiable admission process means that school will have to resort to something as quirky as a lottery system. However, leaving admission to a good school to pure (5) will only incentivize manipulations, defeating the very essence of RTE.

The main problem facing the education sector is that of a resource sector is that of a resource crunch. The provisions for ensuring universal access to education are all very well, (6) we have the infrastructure in place first Brick and mortar schools need to precede open admission and not the (7) way around. In that sense legislators’ assessment of ground realities is (8) target when they endorse the closure of tens of thousands of low-cost private schools for not meeting the minimum standards of land plot, building specifications and playground area as laid out in the RTE Act. Instead of bearing down (9) on private schools failing to conform to abstract bureaucratic criteria, efforts to bring about universal education should focus on upgrading and expanding the existing government school infrastructure to accommodate all. Only then can we ensure the much-needed supply-demand (10) in the education sector.

Q1.(1) with     (2) for     (3) on     4) into     (5) in

Q2.(1) around     (2) near     (3) into     (4) about     (5) reaching

Q3.(1) forming     (2) translating     (3) having     (4) taking     (5) framing

Q4.(1) affect     (2) ideas     (3) practice     (4) concept      (5) procedure

Q5.(1) benefit     (2) merit     (3) chance     (4) basis     (5) method

Q6.(1) unless     (2) until     (3) executed     (4) provided     (5) exercised

Q7.(1) other     (2) any     (3) two     (4) differ     (5) after

Q8.(1) on     (2) of     (3) often     (4) taken     (5) off

Q9.(1) soft     (2) more     (3) less     (4) only     (5) hard

Q10.(1) need     (2) equilibrium     (3) expectation     (4) attempt     (5) aspects

Directions(11–15) : Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the paper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.

(A) “What a waste of my tax money”, I thought, walking past the people having free Californian Chardonnay.

(B) “Speak to her”, he said , “She’s into books”,

(C) The friend who had brought me there noticed my noticing her.

(D) In late 2003, I was still paying taxes in America, so it horrified me that the US Consulate was hosting a “Gallo drinking appreciation event”.

(E) Behind them, a pianist was playing old film tunes, and a slim short woman was dancing around him.

Q11.Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence?

(1) A     (2) B     (3) C     (4) D     (5) E

Q12.Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence?

(1) A     (2) B     (3) C     (4) D     (5) E

Q13.Which of the following would be the FIFTH (LAST)  sentence?

(1) A     (2) B     (3) C     (4) D     (5) E

Q14.Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence?

(1) A     (2) B     (3) C     (4) D     (5) E

Q15.Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence?

(1) A     (2) B     (3) C     (4) D     (5) E

1.(4)     2.(1)     3.(2)     4.(3)     5.(3)     6.(4)     7.(1)     8.(5)     9.(5)     10.(2)     11.(3)     12.(4)     13.(2)     14.(1)     15.(5)

### Computer Quiz

Q1. _________ is responsible for overall control and co-ordination of instruction execution.
(1)CPU     (2) ALU     (3) RAM     (4) Control UNIT     (5) None of thes

Q2. ________is a high speed memory ,that can be used in between CPU and main memory
(1)CPU     (2) buffer     (3) Spooling     (4) Cache     (5) None of these

Q3. ________Storage capacity are frequently measured in
(1) Hz     (2) Byte     (3) MlPS     (4) bps     (5) None of these

Q4. (1024)3 is equivalent to-
(1) approx I million     (2) Approx 1 billion     (3) approx 10 thousand     (4) 3096     (5) None of these

Q5. PROM is a _________ memory i.e. the stored information remain even if power is switched off.
(1) Volatile memory     (2) Buffer memory     (3) Spooling     (4) Non-volatile     (5) None of these

Q6. _________ is the example of magnetic disk.
(1) Hard-disk     (2) DVD     (3) RAM     (4) Pen drive     (5) None of these

Q7. Format command is used to create…..
(1) Sector     (2) memory     (3) Tracks     (4) Tracks and sector     (5) None of these

Q8. Time required by a sector to reach below the head is known as-
(1) seek time     (2) Latency time     (3) Access time     (4) Disk time     (5) None of these

Q9. Disk access time is-
(1) seek time     (2) Latency time     (3) Seek time + Latency time     (4) Disk time     (5) None of these

Q10. A set of corresponding track in the all surface of a disk pack is known as-
(1) Surface     (2) Cylinder     (3) Track     (4) platter     (5) None of these