# QUIZ 45

### Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. Nos. 1-8) Refer to the pie charts and answer the given questions.

Q1.Total number of luxury watches sold by stores C and H together is by what percent less than total number of watches (sports watches and luxury watches) sold by stores F and H together?
(1) 295/6     (2) 273/7     (3) 313/5    (4) 284/7      (5) 265/9

Q2.Number of watches (sports watches and luxury watches) sold by store D is by what percent more than total number of sports watches sold by stores C, F and G together ?
(1) 22.5     (2) 25     (3) 27.5    (4) 35    (5) 30

Q3.What is the respective ratio between total number of sports watches sold by stores A and B together and total number of watches (sports and luxury) sold by stores C and F together?
(1) 64 : 77     (2) 48 : 61     (3) 56 : 77      (4) 64 : 81    (5) 48 : 73

Q4.What is the average number of luxury watches sold by stores A,D, E, F and H together?
(1)3152     (2)3296     (3)3548     (4)3186      (5)3428

Q5.If the number of watches sold by stores A, D, and E increased by 10%, 35%, and 15% respectively from 2004 to 2005 what was the total number of luxury watches sold by these three stores in 2005?
(1) 16172     (2) 14966    (3) 15848   (4) 15964      (5) 16392

Q6.What is the central angle corresponding to the number of watches (sports watches and Luxury watches) sold by store B?
(1)39.6°      (2)36.6°      (3)44.2°    (4)42.2°     (5)45.4°

Q7.Total number of sports watches sold by stores E and F together is what percent of the number of watches (sports watches and Luxury watches) sold by store E?
(1) 787/11      (2) 833/7     (3) 825/14     (4) 659/14      (5) 855/7

Q8.What is the difference between average number of sports watches sold by stores B, C, G and H together and average number of luxury watches sold by the same stores together?
(1)1100      (2)1200      (3)900      (4)800      (5)1300

DIRECTIONS (9-13) – Study the information given and answer the following questions.

Q9.Between 1995 and 2000, in which year has the average employment per factory shown an increment compared to previous year, but decreased in the next year?
(1) 1996       (2) 1997       (3) 1998      (4) 1999     (5) None of these

Q10.If in 1996, 20,100 factories had 659 employments on an average, the remaining factories had an average employment of:
(1) 559     (2) 509      (3) 584      (4) 534     (5) None of these

Q11..The total employment in 1999 is how many times to that in 1996?
(1) 1.45     (2) 1.48     (3) 1.6     (4) 1.42     (5) None of these

Q12.In which of the following five-year period, number of factories has shown maximum increase?
(1) 1980-85     (2) 1985-90     (3) 1990-95     (4) 1995-00     (5) None of these

Q13.Among the given period, in how many years has the trend of the average employment per factory not changed with respect to the previous year’s change?
(1) Two      (2) Three      (3) Four     (4) Can’t be determined      (5) None of these

1.(4)
Total number of luxury watches sold by stores C and H together = Total number of (luxury + sports) watches sold by stores C and H together – Total number of sports watches sold by stores C and H together= (14 + 9)% of 56000 – (7 +.12)% of 32000 = 12880 – 6080 = 6800
Total number of sport and luxury watches sold by stores F and H together = (8 + 9)% of 56000
= 17% of 56000 = 9520
Therefore, required percentage =(9520- 6800)/9520x 100%=28 4/7%
2.(2)

Number of watches (sports and luxury watches) sold by store ID = 15% of 56000 = 8400
Number of sports watches sold by stores C, F and G together = (7 + 8 + 6)% of 32000 = 21% of 32000 = 6720
Therefore, required percentage
(8400 – 6720)/6720 x 100% = 1680/6720 x 100% = 25%
3.(1)
Total number of sports watches  sold by stores A and B together
= (16 + 16) % of 32000 = 32% of 32000 = 10240
Total number of watches (sports and luxury) sold by stores C and F together = (14 + 8) % of 56000 = 22% of 56000 = 12320
Therefore, required ratio = 10240 : 12320 = 64 : 77
4.(2)
5.(4)
6.(1)
7.(5)
8.(1)
9.(4)

in 1999, average employment per factory is greater than 1998 and less than 2000.

10.(2)

in 1996, for 20100 factories , employees = 13,245,900; average = 609, total employees = 18,361,350. So average for remaining factories = 509.
11.(1)

total employment in 1999= 36240 x 736.
Total employment in 1996 = 609 x 30150,
Ratio =  (36240×736)/(30150×609)=1.45
12.(4)

From the figure it can be seen that the maximum increase in the number of factories is in 1995- 2000.
13.(4)

we do not have year wise data in between 1975- 1980 & similarly between 1980-1985,etc.

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-6): Study the given information and answer the following questions.
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and its rearrangement:
Input: bag new 15 12 20 ask ball 22 figure 25
Step I: 12 15 bag new 20 ask ball 22 figure 25
Step II: 12 15 ask bag new 20 ball 22 figure 25
Step III: 12 15 ask bag 20 22 new ball figure 25
Step IV: 12 15 ask bag 20 22 ball figure new 25
Step V: 12 15 ask bag 20 22 ball figure 25 new
Step V is the last step of the rearrangement. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the following input.
Input: 46 16 professor male 31 correct 33 35 39 female doctor 42 study

Q1. Which element is third to the right of ‘female’ in Step V?
1)35     2) professor     3) study      4) 42     5) None of these

Q2. How many steps will be required to complete the arrangement of the given input?
1) Five     2) Six     3) Seven     4) Eight      5) None of these

Q3. Which of the following is the third element from the left end of Step III?
1) 35     2) 46      3) correct     4) doctor      5) None of these

Q4. What is the position of ‘male’ in the final step?
1) 7th from the left      2) 2nd from the right      3) 8th from the left     4) 5th from the right    5) None of these

Q5. Which step number is the following output?
16 31 correct doctor 33 35 female male 39 42 46 professor study
1) Step V     2) Step VI     3) Step VII     4) There is no such step     5) None of these

Q6. Which of the following steps is the last step but one?
1) Step III      2) Step V     3) Step VI     4) Step IV      5) None of these

Directions (7-13): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
A group of seven friends S, T, U, V, W, X and Y has four males and three females. Each of them has a different type of watch, viz Titan, HMT, Rado, Fastrack, Reebok, Casio and Tissot, and each of them has passed out from a different college —GLA, HCC, PTC, RKC, GNC, SPDC and SRMC but not necessarily in the same order. None of the females has Casio or Titan. U has Rado and she has passed out from GNC. S has passed out from SPDC. T does not have Fastrack. W has Tissot and has passed out from HCC. X has Titan and has not studied in GLA. Y has Casio and has studied in PTC. The one who has Fastrack has passed out from SRMC. The one who has HMT has studied in GLA. None of the female members has studied either in SPDC or in HCC.

Q7. Which of the following watches does V have?
1) Casio      2) Fastrack     3) HMT      4) Rado     5) None of these

Q8. Which of the following combinations is true?
1) U-Rado-GNC-Female      2) S-Reebok-HCC-Male     3) Y-HMT-GLA-Female       4) W-Tissot-HCC-Female
5) None of these

Q9. Which of the following groups has only female members?
1) XVT     2) WUY      3) UVT      4) VST      5) None of these

Q10. The one who has Titan has passed out from which of the following colleges?
1) HCC      2) GNC      3) SPDC    4) RKC      5) Can’t be determined

Q11. From which of the following colleges did W pass out?
1) PTC     2) HCC     3) RKC      4) Can’t be determined      4) None of these

Q12. Who possesses HMT?
1) T      2) U     3) V      4) W     5) X

Q13. Which of the following statements is true?
1) V has passed out from GLA college.    2) U is a male and possesses Rado.
3) X possesses Titan and has passed out from RKC.    4) Y is a female and possesses Casio.     5)  All are true

The machine rearranges the numbers and words in such a manner that the numbers are arranged in each alternate step in ascending order while words are also arranged in each alternate step in alphabetical order. In each alternate step two numbers and two words are arranged.
Input: 46 16 professor male 31 correct 33 35 39 female doctor 42 study
Step I: 16 31 46 professor male correct 33 35 39 female doctor 42 study
Step II: 16 31 correct doctor 46 professor male 33 35 39 female 42 study
Step III: 16 31 correct doctor 33 35 46 professor male 39 female 42 study
Step IV: 16 31 correct doctor 33 35 female male 46 professor 39 42 study
Step V: 16 31 correct doctor 33 35 female male 39 42 46 professor study
Step VI: 16 31 correct doctor 33 35 female male 39 42 professor study 46
Step VI is the last step.

1. (4)     2. (2)    3. (3)     4. (1)     5. (1)     6. (2)
Solutions (7-13):
PERSON COLLEGE WATCH GENDER
S SPDC Reebok Male
T GLA HMT Female
U GNC Rado Female
V SRMC Fastrack Female
W HCC Tissot Male
X RKC Titan Male
Y PTC Casio Male
7. (2)      8. (1)     9. (3)     10. (4)     11. (2)     12. (1)     13. (3)

### English Quiz

Direetions (Q. 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/phrases are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case.
Rural healthcare in India is (1) by a huge gap between supply and demand. Currently, rural healthcare needs are (2) either by limited government facilities and private nursing homes, which have not been able to keep pace with increasing demand, (3) by a number of quacks who practise medicine in rural areas. The quality of infrastructure is usually poor and people (4) up having to go to nearby large cities if they need high-quality care.
Rural India deserves better, since the ability to pay has gone up over the last few years, driven by growth in income and penetration of government healthcare programmes. Increasing demand, (5) with the failure of existing infrastructure to scale, has resulted in rural healthcare (6) a large under-served market. Absence of a viable business model (7) conversion of the huge rural expenditure on health into an economic activity that generates incomes and (8) the poor. It is this (9) that entrepreneurs are looking to (10).

Q1. 1) performed     2) displayed     3) furthered     4) characterised      5) made

Q2. 1) stopped    2) met     3) elevated     4) discussed     5) set

Q3. 1) also      2) nor      3) but     4) or     5) and

Q4. 1) end      2) give      3) fed     4) start     5) set

Q5. 1) couple     2) combined     3) mentioning    4) engaged     5) resulting

Q6. 1) become     2) happening    3) being     4) exists     5) is

Q7. 1) to     2) makes    3) so     4) ceasing     5) prevents

Q8. 1) generates    2) supplies    3) lists     4) turns     5) serves

Q9. 1) gap     2) truth     3) progress      4) catastrophes    5) divides

Q10. 1) fills      2) access     3) plug     4) form     5) distance
Directions (Q.11-15): Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) The policy makers in most of the developing economies recognise this importance and have been implementing a host of programmes and measures to achieve rural development objectives.
(B) While some of these countries have achieved  impressive results from those programmes and  measures, others have failed to make a significant dent ‘ in the problem of persistent rural underdevelopment.
(C) The socio-economic disparities between rural and urban areas are widening and creating tremendous pressure on the social and economic fabric of many such developing economies.
(D) These factors, among many others, tend to highlight the importance of rural development.
(E) Although millions of rural people have escaped poverty as a result of rural development in many Asian countries, a large majority of rural people continue to suffer from persistent poverty.

Q11. which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
1) A        2) B        3) C         4) D         5) E

Q12. which of the following should be the LAST FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A        2) B         3) C         4) D         5) E

Q13. which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A         2) B         3) C         4) D        5) E

Q14. which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
1) A      2) B      3) C      4) D      5) E

Q15. which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
1) A      2) B     3) C      4) D     5) E

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1. One megabyte equals approximately
1) 1,000 bits    2) 1,000 bytes    3) 1 million bytes     4) 1 million bits    5) 2,000 bytes

Q2. Data going into the computer is called?
1) Output      2) Algorithm      3) Input     4) Calculations     5) Flowchart

Q3. Which of the following refers to the memory in your computer?
1) RAM    2) DSL     3) USB     4) LAN     5) CPU

Q4. When you are working on a document on PC, where is the document temporarily stored?
1) RAM    2) ROM    3) The CPU     4) Flash memory    5) The CD-Rom

Q5. Information travels between components on the mother board through-
1) Flash memory     2) CMOS    3) Bays    4) Buses    5) Peripherals

Q6. How are data organised in a spreadsheet?
1) Lines and spaces     2) Layers and planes    3) Height and width     4) Rows and columns     5) None of these

Q7. Which of the following is true?
1) Byte is a single digit in a binary number    2) Bit represents a grouping of digital numbers            3) Eight-digit binary number is called a byte

4) Eight-digit binary number is called a bit          5) None of these

Q8. Transformation of input into output is performed by?
1) Peripherals     2) Memory     3) Storage      4) The Input-Output unit     5) The CPU

Q9. How many options does a binary choice offer?
1) None       2) One     3) Two     4) It depends on the amount of memory in the computer            5) It depends on the speed of the computer’s processor

Q10. …..is collection of web pages and ……is the very first page that we see on opening of a web-site
1) Home-page, Web-page      2) Web-site, Home-page      3) Web-page, Home-page      4) Web-page, Web-site     5) None of these

Q11. When the pointer is positioned on a _____ it is shaped like a hand.
1) Grammar error     2) Hyperlink     3) Screen tip     4) Spelling error     5) Formatting error

Q12. The _____ of a system includes the programs or instructions.
1) Hardware     2) Icon     3) Information     4) Software     5) None of these

Q13. ‘www’ stands for _____
1) World Word Web     2) World Wide Web     3) World White Web      4) World Work Web      5) None of these

Q14. What menu is selected to cut, copy, and paste?
1) File      2) Tools      3) Special      4) Edit     5) None

Q15. You can use the tab key to
1) Move a cursor across the screen      2) Indent a paragraph      3) Move the cursor down the screen      4) Only (1) and (2)       5) None of these