# QUIZ 60

### Quant Quiz

Direction (1-7): Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions given below:
Year-wise Breakup of the number of candidates appeared for an entrance exam and Year-wise Breakup of the number of candidates who cleared the entrance exam.
Total Number of candidates appeared in the entrance exam from 2007-2012 = 256000 Q1. What was the ratio of the number of students appeared for the entrance exam in 2012 and the number of students who cleared the exam in 2007 respectively?
(1) 8 : 1           (2) 36 : 5       (3) 72 : 5           (4) 18 : 10        (5) None of these

Q2. The total number of students appeared in entrance exam from 2008 and 2011 was what percentage of number of students appeared for the entrance exam in 2009?
(1) 120             (2) 150             (3) 125             (4) 80           (5) None of these

Q3. Approximately what was the difference between the number of students who cleared the entrance exam in 2009 and number of students who cleared the entrance exam in 2007?
(1) 960             (2) 1920             (3) 3200           (4) 5120             (5) None of these

Q4. For which year  was the difference in the number of students selected to number of students appeared in entrance exam the maximum?
(1) 2008              (2) 2007             (3) 2010            (4) 2009             (5) None of these

Q5. The total number of students who cleared the exam from all years together is what percent of the total number of students appeared for the exam in all years together?
(1) 17.5%             (2) 15%             (3) 22.5%           (4) 12.5%             (5) None of these

Q6. The number of candidates who cleared the entrance exam in 2008 is approximately how much percent of the total number of students who appeared for the exam in the same year?
(1) 12             (2) 18         (3) 15         (4) 8             (5) 5

Q7. Approximately what was the total number of students cleared the entrance exam in 2010 and 2009 together?
(1) 6400             (2) 15200            (3) 115200            (4) 7920             (5) None of these

Directions (8-14): Study the following graph carefully to answer these questions
The graph shows the Percent Profit earned by two companies over different months.
% Profit = (Profit earned/Total investment) * 100
Profit earned = Total Income – Total Investment in the year Q8. If the amount of profit earned by company P in May was Rs. 5 lakhs, what was its total investment in that month?
(1) Rs. 50 Lakh             (2) Rs. 40 Lakh            (3) Rs. 33.3 Lakh              (4) Rs. 25 Lakh             (5) None of these

Q9. If the profit earned by company Q in January was Rs. 16.4 Lakhs, What was the total income of the company in that month?
(1) Rs. 820000            (2) Rs. 65600000            (3) Rs. 7500000           (4) Rs. 8200000            (5) None of these

Q10. If the amount invested by the two companies in February was equal, what was the respective ratio of the total income of the company P to that of Q in that month?
(1) 22 : 23             (2) 2 : 3             (3) 3 : 2             (4) 23 : 22             (5) None of these

Q11. If the total amount invested by the two companies in Feb was Rs. 24 Lakh while the amount invested by Company Q was three-fifth of the amount invested by Company P, what was the total profit earned by the two companies together in that month?
(1) Rs. 2.15 Lakh              (2) Rs. 2.75 Lakh           (3) Rs. 2.85 Lakh           (4) Rs. 1.5 Lakh             (5) None of these

Q12. If the income of company P in April and that in May were equal and the amount invested in April was Rs. 18 Lakh, what was the amount invested in May?
(1) Rs. 25 Lakh         (2) Rs. 22.5 Lakh         (3) Rs.20 Lakh    (4) Rs.30 Lakh         (5) None of these

Q13 If the ratio of incomes of P and Q in March was 3 : 2, then what was the respective  ratio of their investments in the same month?
(1) 67 : 46        (2) 47 : 66        (3) 46 : 67        (4) 66 : 47           (5) None of these

Q14. For how many of the given months, the profit of company Q was more than that of company P?
(1) None           (2) Two       (3) Three       (4) Four       (5) Cannot be determined

Q15. If each of the companies P and Q invested Rs. 36 Lakh in June, what was the average profit earned by the two companies in that month?
(1) Rs. 4 Lakh           (2) Rs. 4.95 Lakh       (3) Rs. 5.15 Lakh        (4) Rs. 5 Lakh       (5) None of these

1. (3)
Required ratio = 18% of 256000 / 10% of 32000  = 72 : 5

2. (3)
Required percentage = (15 + 10)/20 * 100 = 125%

3. (2)
Required difference = (16 – 10)% of 32000 = 1920

4. (3)
The difference between number of students selected to number of students appeared in entrance exam in 2007
= 12 % of 256000 – 10% of 32000 = 27520
Similarly calculating for all years, the maximum difference will be for 2010.

5. (4)
Required percentage = 32000/256000 = 12.5%

6. (1)
Required percentage =  14% of 32000/15% of 256000 * 100 = 11.67

7. (5)
Required number = (20 + 16)% of 32000 = 11520

8. (2)
Let the investment be x. Now
12.5% of x = 5
x = 40 Lakh

9. (4)
Required Income = (100 +25)/25 = 82 Lakhs

10. (1)
Required Ratio = (100+10) : (100 + 15) = 22 : 23

11. (3)
Let the amount invested by company P and Q be 5x and 3x respectively.
5x + 3x = 24
x = 3.   5x = 15  and  3x = 9
Total profit earned by P and Q in February = 10% of 15 + 15% of 9 = 2.85 Lakh.

12. (3)
Let the amount invested by company P in May be x. Then
125% of 18 = 112.5% of x
x = 20 Lakh

13. (4)
Required ratio = 3*(100+10)/2*(100+17.5) = 66 : 47

14. (5)
Since the investment is not given, we cannot find the profit of two companies.

15. (2)
Average profit in June = (7.5% of 36 + 20%of 36)/2= 4.95 Lakh

### REASONING QUIZ

In each of the questions/set of questions below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statements to be true even i f they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the two given conclusions logically follows from the information given in the statement. 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 conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.
5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q1. Statements:  All rings are circles.         All squares are rings.             No ellipse is a circle.
Conclusions: I. Some rings being ellipses is a possibility.             II. At least some circles are squares.
1) if only conclusion I follows.           2) if only conclusion II follows.             3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.                5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q2. Statements:  No house is an apartment.             Some bungalows are apartments.
Conclusions:  I. No house is a bungalow.            II. All bungalows are houses.
1) if only conclusion I follows.            2) if only conclusion II follows.                3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.              5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q3. Statements:  Some gases are liquids.               All liquids are water.
Conclusions I. All gases being water is a possibility.           II. All such gases which are not water can never be liquids.
1) if only conclusion I follows.              2) if only conclusion II follows.            3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.             5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q4. Statements: All minutes are seconds.               All seconds are hours.                No second is a day.
Conclusions: I. No day is an hour.                II. At least some hours are minutes.

(5-6): Statements: Some teachers are professors.              Some lecturers are teachers.

Q5. Conclusions: I. All teachers as well as professors being lecturers is a possibility.
All those teachers who are lecturers are also professors.
1) if only conclusion I follows.           2) if only conclusion II follows.            3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.             5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q6. Conclusions: I. No professor is a lecturer.           II. All lecturers being professors is a possibility.
1) if only conclusion I follows.            2) if only conclusion II follows.              3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.                 5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q7. Statements:  Some squares are circles.                Some circles are rectangles.
Conclusions:  I. At least some rectangles are squares.                 II. No rectangle is a square.
1) if only conclusion I follows.              2) if only conclusion II follows.              3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.              5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q8. Statements:  No office is a palace.          All colleges are palaces.
Conclusions: I. All palaces are colleges.            II. No college is an office.
1) if only conclusion I follows.         2) if only conclusion II follows.              3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.               5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q9. Statements:  All mountains are rivers.            All rivers are lakes.
Conclusions: I. All mountains are lakes.           II. At least some lakes are rivers.
1) if only conclusion I follows.            2) if only conclusion II follows.         3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.          5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q10. Statements:  Some wins are losses.          All trophies are losses.
Conclusions: I. All trophies are wins.            II. All losses are trophies.
1) if only conclusion I follows.           2) if only conclusion II follows.              3) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.
4) if neither conelusion I nor conclusion II follows.                5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

1- ( 2),      2- ( 4),          3-  ( 5),          4- ( 2),         5- (1),          6- ( 2),         7-  ( 3),         8- ( 2),         9- (5),        10- (4)

### English Quiz

Q1. The chief idea of (a)/ very common type of traveller (b)/ is to see as many objects of (c)/ interest as he possibly could.(d)/ No error (e)

Q2. The demand of the workers’s union (a)/ that the dismissed employees (b)/ to be reinstated, has been (c)/ accepted by the management. (d)/ No error (e)

Q3. When he went out (a)/ he left the radio on (b)/ so that his parents shall think (c)/ that he was still in the house. (d)/ No error (e)

Q4. The foremost criterion of selection we adopted (a)/ were the number of years of training (b)/ a dancer had received (c)/ under a particular guru. (d)/ No error (e)

Q5. I can’t understand why (a)/ he did not told me (b)/ the reason (c)/ for his absence. (d)/ No error (e).

Q6. He very promptly (a)/ withdraw the remarks (b)/ made by him on (c)/ my office note. (d)/ No error (e)

Q7. He would not return (a)/ the money that (b)/ he borrowed,(c)/ will he? (d)/ No error (e)

Q8. The chief idea of (a)/ very common type of traveller (b)/ is to see as many objects of interest (c)/ as he possibly could. (d)/ No error (e)

Q9. Ordinarily, when in (a)/ difficulty Ruchi prefers (b)/ keeping her counsel than running (c)/ about taking advice. (d)/ No error (e)

Q10. The future is (a)/ yet to come but (b)/ you have a right (c)/ to shape it. (d)/ No error (e)

Q11. I finished my work (a)/ before we reached his place (b)/ with great difficulty (c)/ because of heavy traffic. (d)/ No error (e)

Q12. If I knew (a)/ that my friend had planned to (b)/ visit the town today, I would have (c)/ made his stay comfortable. (d)/ No error (e)

Q13. More widely popular (a)/ than the hunting of (b)/ deer or fox were (c)/ the pursuit of the hare. (d)/ No error (e)

Q14. The Committee Chief warned (a)/ the party members that if they persist (b)/ in their obstructionist attitude (c)/ they would be suspended. (d)/ No error (e)

Q15. On hearing the news over (a)/ the radio that India has (b)/ won the hockey match, (c)/ I jumped with joy. (d)/ No error (e)

1. d; Replace ‘could’ with ‘can’
2. c; Remove ‘to’
3. e; No error
4. b; Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’
5. b; Replace ‘told’ with ‘tell’
6. b; Replace ‘withdraw’ with ‘withdrew’
7. d; Replace ‘will’ with ‘would’
8. d; Replace ‘could’ with ‘can’
9. c; Replace “than” with “to”
10. a; Replace ‘is’ with ‘has’
11. a; Replace ‘finished’ with ‘had finished’
12. e; No error
13. c; Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’
14. b; Replace ‘persist’ with ‘persisted’
15. b; Replace ‘has’ with ‘had’

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Multiple choice examination answer sheets can be evaluated automically by
(5) None of these

Q2. An operating system
(1) is not required on large computers           (2) is always supplied with the copmuter
(3) consists of programs that help in the operation of computer.           (4) is always supplied with the BASIC           (5) None of these

Q3. Which of the following would cause quickest acess
(1) direct  access  from   a magnetic tape          (2) direct   access   from   a cassette tape             (3) direct access from a floppy disk
(4) direct access from a hard disk                (5) None of these

Q4. The process of retaining data for future use is called
(1) reading              (2) storing            (3) writing           (4) coding            (5) None of these

Q5. A file is corrected immediately after the input of a trans-action.This is an example of
(1) on-line updating             (2) batching              (3) sorting           (4) off-line updating           (5) None of these

Q6. Magnetic tapes are good storage media for
(1) backup and low volume data                (2) None of these              (3) storing original but low volume data
(4) storing original but high volume data      (5) backup and high volume data

Q7.Which of the following is a computer code
(1) EPROM              (2) JAVA           (3) All of the above          (4) EBCDIC        (5) None of these

Q8. Data is generally coded in 8-bit units, such a unit is also called
(1) kilo byte          (2) byte             (3) field          (4) Word        (5) None of these

Q9. Half adder is logic CKT that adds. ………Digit at a time
(1) three               (2) one         (3) Two             (4) zero            (5) None of these

Q10. In 1st Complement a number which is Subtracted from other number is known as……….
(1) Carry          (2) subtrahend          (3) All of this          (4) minuend             (5) None of these