# QUIZ 43

### Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. Nos. 1-7) Study the following information carefully to answer the questions.
In a medical college there are 1600 students studying Dentistry and Homeopathy. Each student from each course knows one or more languages out of English, Hindi and Bangla. 45% of the students study Dentistry and remaining students study Homeopathy. Out of the students studying Dentistry, boys and girls are in the ratio of 5:3 respectively.Out of the boys studying Dentistry, 16% know English, 10% know only Hindi and 4% know only Bangla. 24% know English as well as Hindi. 20% know English as well as Bangla. 14% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Dentistry, 20% know only English, 10% know only Hindi and 10% know only Bangla . 20% know English as well as Hindi. 20% know English as well as Bangla. 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla . Remaining girls know-all three languages. Out of the students studying Homeopathy boys and girls are in the ratio of 4  : 7 respectively. Out of the boys studying Homeopathy, 20% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla. 15% know English as well as Hindi. 25% know English as well as Bangla. 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Homeopathy, 15% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla. 20% know English as well as Hindi. 20% know English as well as Bangla. 15% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining girls know all three languages.

Q1.How many students studying Dentistry know only either English or Hindi?
(1) 166     (2) 162     (3) 308    (4) 198      (5) 248

Q2.Total how many students in the college know all three languages?
(1)108      (2)132      (3)169    (4)137     (5)142

Q3.What percent of the total number of girls in the college know Bangla?
(1) 45      (2) 40      (3) 48    (4) 42     (5) 50

Q4.How many students studying Homeopathy, do not know English?
(1) 292      (2) 232      (3) 228     (4) 298     (5) 207

Q5.Out of the students studying Homeopathy, what is the ratio between number of boys knowing English and the number of girls knowing Hindi respectively?
(1) 3 : 5     (2) 2 : 3     (3) 9 : 11     (4) 9 : 13    (5) 1 : 3

Q6.Out of the total number of students studying Dentistry, what percent knows at least two languages?
(1) 6112/13      (2) 5713/16      (3) 5913/1   (4) 661/4     (5) 6212/19

Q7.What percent of the total number of girls in the college do not know Hindi? (rounded off to nearest integer)
(1) 38   2) 46     (3) 48   (4) 36    (5) 43

Directions—(8-12) Study the information carefully to answer the questions that follow—
A school consisting of a total of 3120 students has boys and girls in the ratio of 7 : 5 respectively. All the students are enrolled in different types of hobby classes, viz. Singing, Dancing and Painting. One-fifth of the boys are enrolled in only Dancing classes. Twenty per cent of the girls are enrolled in only Painting classes. Ten per cent of the boys are enrolled in only Singing classes. Twenty four per cent of the girls are enrolled in only Singing and Dancing classes together. The number of girls enrolled in only Singing classes is two hundred per cent of the boys enrolled in the same. One-thirteenth of the boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. The respective ratio of boys enrolled in only Dancing and Painting classes together to the girls enrolled in the same is 2 : 1 respectively. Ten per cent of the girls are enrolled in only Dancing classes whereas eight per cent of the girls are enrolled in only Dancing and Painting classes together. The remaining girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. The number of boys enrolled in only Singing and Dancing classes together is fifty per cent of the number of girls enrolled in the same. The remaining boys are enrolled in only Painting classes.

Q8.Total number of girls enrolled in Singing is approximately what per cent of the total number of students in the school ?
(1) 22      (2) 38     (3) 64     (4) 28    (5) 26

Q9. What is the respective ratio of the number of girls enrolled in only Painting classes to the number of boys enrolled in the same ?
(1) 77 : 26      (2) 21 : 73    (3) 26 : 77    (4) 73 : 21     (5) None of these

Q10. Number of girls enrolled in only Dancing classes is what per cent of the boys enrolled in the same? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal)
(1) 38•67     (2) 35•71    (3) 41•83    (4) 28•62    (5) None of these

Q11. What is the total number of boys who are enrolled in Dancing ?
(1) 636     (2) 728    (3) 584     (4) 868    (5) None of these

Q12. What is the total number of students enrolled in all the three classes together ?
(1) 150     (2) 125    (3) 140     (4) 160     (5) None of these

1.(4) Required number of students = 72 + 45+ 54 + 27 = 198
2.(3) Required number of students = 54 + 27 + 32 + 56= 169
3.(5) Required percentage= (27 + 54 + 27 + 27 + 28 + 112 + 84 + 56)/(270 +560)x 100%= 50%
4.(1) Required number of students = 48 + 16 + 32 + 84 + 28 + 84= 292
5.(2) Required ratio = (64+ 48+ 80+ 32) : (84+ 112 + 84+ 56)= 224:336=2:3
6. (4)Required ratio = (108+90+63+54+54+54+27+27)/720x 100% = 661/4 %
7.(5) 43%
8. (5) Required percentage = (364 + 312 + 130)/3120 * 100 = 26
9. (3) Required ratio = 260 : 770 = 26 : 77
10. (2) Required percentage = 130/364 * 100 = 35.71
11. (4)Total number of boys who are enrolled in Dancing = 364 + 156 + 140 + 208 = 868
12. (5) Total number of students enrolled in all the three classes together = 130 + 140 = 270

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5): In the following questions, the symbols @, \$, %, # and © are used with the following meanings
‘A @ B’ means ‘A is not smaller than B’.        ‘A \$ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’.
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’.        ‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal to B’.
‘A © B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’.
In each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Give answer—
1] If only conclusion I is true.    2] If only conclusion II is true.    3] If either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.

4] If neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.     5] If both conclusions I and II are true.

Q1. Statements: P \$ Q, R @ S, S # P,
Conclusions: I. Q % R      II. P % R

Q2. Statements: A @ B, C \$ A, B % D
Conclusions: I. B © C        II. D # A

Q3. Statements: G @ H, E % F, F # G,
Conclusions: I. H # F        II. E % G

Q4. Statements: K \$ L, J © K, L % M
Conclusions: I. L © J      II. L % J

Q5. Statements: A © B, C # D, D % A
Conclusions: I. B # D       II. A # C

Directions (6-10): In each question below are two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II.  You have to take the two/three given statements to be true even if they seen to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer-
1) if only conclusion I follows      2) if only conclusion II follows      3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows
4) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows      5) if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow

Q6. Statements:  Some chairs are Fans. Some belts are chairs.
Conclusions: I. No Fan is a belt.         II. All belts being Fans is a possibility.

Q7. Statements:  All doors are bags. All sheets are doors.No pen is a bag.
Conclusions:  I. Some doors being pens is a possibility.            II. At least some bags are sheets.

Q8. Statements:  No moon is a plate. Some stars are plates.
Conclusions: I. No moon is a star.          II. All stars are moons.

Q9.  Statements:  Some clips are caps. All caps are socks.
Conclusions:  I. All clips being socks is a possibility.            II. All such clips which are not socks can never be caps

Q10. Statements:  All weeks are months. All months are years. No month is a century.
Conclusions:  I. No century is a year.               II. At least some centuries are years.

Solutions (1-5):
@ – >
\$ – <
% – >
# – <
1. (4):
Statement: R > S < P < Q
Conclusions I. Q > R      II. P > R
2. (2):
Statement: C < A > B > D
Conclusions I. B = C       II. D < A
3. (4):
Statement: E > F < G > H
Conclusions I. H < F       II. E > G
4. (3):
Statement: J = K < L > M
Conclusions I. L = J       II. L > J
5. (1);
Statement: C < D > A = B
Conclusions I. B < D         II. A < C
6. (2):       7. (2):      8. (4):      9. (5):       10. (3):

### English Quiz

Directions (1-10): In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passageand against each, five words/phrases are suggested one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case:
Most of us are ….1…. of open conflict and avoid it if we can. And there is a ….2… to expressing and working through conflict. If the working involves harsh words and name-calling people fell deeply hurt and relationships can be …3….. Some group members may be afraid that if they really…4… their anger, they may go out of control and become violent, or they may do this. These fears can be very …5… and based on experience. So why, take the risk? why not avoid at all cost ? Conflict is rather like disease …6…. is best that means attending to areas where ….7…. may occur before it become an issue.
If you have not …8… a conflict happening, your next choice is to treat it early, or hope that it goes away. If it goes away over time fine. If it …9…. then you will still have to handle  it and it is likely to be more …10…

Q1.1. scared       2. Careful        3.  reckless         4. aware       5. worried

Q2.1. challenge     2. Measure      3. principle       4. chance      5. risk

Q3.1.  established       2. Maligned           3.  damaged       4.  rebuilt       5. involved

Q4.1. sublimate       2. express        3. minimize         4.  regulate        5. control

Q5.1. baseless       2. imaginary        3.  exaggerative        4. real        5. notional

Q6.1.  cure        2. diagnosis         3.  prescription        4.  prevention          5. medicine

Q7.1.  harmony      2. Discomfiture         3.  disagreement         4.  consensus         5. statement

Q8.1.  expressed        2. ignored     3.  induced          4.  seen        5. preversed

Q9.1. doesn’t       2. won’t       3.  don’t        4. not       5. hasn’t

Q10. 1. credible       2. serious       3.  fraudulent          4. urgent      5. skille

Directions (11-15): In each of the following sentences, an idiomatic expression of a proverb is highlighted. Select the alternative which best describes its use in the sentence.

Q11. Facts spoke louder than words at the Company meeting where the director tried to paint a rosy picture of the Company’s financial health.
1) Too many facts related to the good financial health of the Company were presented during the meeting.
2) The company was not doing well financially despite the Director saying otherwise.
3) The Director was very loud while presenting the facts about the Company’s financial health during the meeting.
4) The facts stated in the meeting supported the Director’s claims of good financial health of the Company.
5) The company was doing exceptionally well financially, despite the Director saying otherwise.

Q12. By initiating the fight with Sakshi in office, Kajal had killed the goose that lay the golden egg.
1) By initiating the fight with Sakshi in office, Kajol and left her speechless.
2) Kajal had ruined her chances of success by picking a fight with Sakshi in office.
3) Kajal had exacted her revenge by picking a fight with sakshi in office.
4) Kajal had hurt Sakshi by picking a fight with her in office.
5) By initiating the fight with Sakshi in office, Kajal had missed getting the golden egg.

Q13I let the chips fall where they may and do not worry too much about what I want to do next.
1) I take calculated risks.     2) I let others do what they want and do not interfere.      3) I am clumsy.
4) I do not try to control my destiny.      5) I prefer chaos to calm.

Q14. After trying hard to convince Narendra to change his ways, Raman realized that a leopard cannot change its spots.
1) Raman realized that Narendra would never change his ways.    2) Raman realized that Narendra was helpless.
3) Rama realized that he was not good at convincing others.      4) Raman realized that Narendra would change his ways soon.
5) Raman realized that someone else was forcing Narendra to act in a certain way.

Q15. Before starting work on our new project, our mentor told us to not count our chickens before they hatched.
1) Our mentor warned us against being over-confident about achieving success.
2) Our mentor asked us to meticulously count the chicken first and then the eggs.
3) Our mentor warned us against being over-enthusiastic in implementing the project.
4) Our mentor warned us about all the challenges that lay ahead of us.
5) Our mentor informed us about the prizes that we would get on succeeding.

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1. An impact  printer  creates characters by using…?
(1) An inked ribbon and print head      (2) Electrically charged ink     (3) An ink pen     (4) All of the above     (5) None of these

Q2. What would you NOT use with a flatbed plotter?
(1) A pen     (2) Eraser    (3) Paper   (4) All of the above    (5) None of these

Q3. What would be the best way to move around a 3D environment?
(1) Electrostatic plotters    (2)  None of these      (3) Thermal printers     (4) All of the above    (5) Robots

Q4. What do you need for an ink jet printer?
(1) A drum     (2) A cartridge    (3) A ribbon     (4) All of the above    (5) None of these

Q5. A laser printer does NOT use?
(1) A photoconductive drum    (2) A print head    (3) A laser beam    (4) All of the above     (5) None of these

Q6. The amount of data that a disk may containis known as the disk’s…?
(1) Volume     (2) Size    (3) All of the above    (4) Storage capacity     (5) None of these

Q7. You can protect a floppy disk.
(1) Read     (2) Read and Write    (3) Write    (4) All of the above    (5) None of these

Q8. Information on a hard disk is usually backed-up using a..?
(1) CD-ROM    (2) Magnetic tape    (3) Floppy disk     (4) All of the above    (5) None of these

Q9. Magnetic storage devices can represent binary 0 by the absence of…?
(1) A magnetic field      (2) Magnetic tape      (3) Static electricity     (4) All of the above    (5)  None of these

Q10. Magnetic tape is a..?
(1) Random access medium      (2) A parallel access medium      (3) Serial access medium      (4) All of the above     (5) None of these

Q11. Hard disks can have a storage capacity in the region of…?
(1) 1Gb      (2) 1.44Mb     (3) 720K     (4) All of the above      (5) None of these

Q12. Formatting a disk results in all the data being…?
(1) Saved to the disk      (2) Copied from the disk      (3) Deleted from the disk     (4) All of the above      (5) None of these

Q13. Which storage device has the largest capacity in Mb’s?
(1) A floppy disk     (2) A CD-ROM     (3) Magnetic tape storage    (4) All of the above     (5) None of these

Q14. Which storage device cannot be erased?
(1) A CD-ROM      (2) None of these      (3) Magnetic tape storage    (4) All of the above-     (5) A floppy disk

Q15. Where should floppy disks be stored?
(1) By a sunny window      (2) In a drawer   (3) All of the above     (4) By magnet objects      (5) None of these