# QUIZ 63

### Quant Quiz

Directions(1-5):Study the Following Pie chart and table to answer these question.
Statewise details of adult population of a country.

M:F Ratio ( M=male ,F= Female)

 States Graduate and Above Up to 12th Std Pass M F M F A 7 5 7 9 B 5 3 3 5 C 5 4 4 5 D 9 8 5 7 E 9 7 9 10 F 4 3 3 2

Q1. What is the difference between graduate male population and XII Std male population from site A?
(a) 24000            (b) 14000            (c) 28000              (d) 36000            (e) None of these

Q2.  What is the ratio of graduate female population of state E to XII Std female population of state D, respectively?
(a) 7 : 5                 (b)5 : 7                                 (c) 16 : 15           (d) 16 : 16           (e) None of these

Q3. Graduate female population of state C is what per cent of the XII Std female population of that state?
(a) 40%                (b) 62.5%            (c) 50%                (d) 52.5%            (e) None of these

Q4. Class XII pass male population of state C is what per cent of the total XII Std population of all the states together?
(a) 8 %                 (b) 12%                (c) 11%               (d) 9%                 (e) None of these

Q5. What is the ratio of graduate male population of state E to XII Std female population of that state?
(a) 28 : 35           (b) 35 : 28           (c) 32 : 45            (d) 45 : 32           (e) None of these

Directions (6-10) :  Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below it.
A survey conducted on 1800 villages shows that 25%  of the total villages have only adequate water supply. 15% of the total number have proper supply of electricity only. 7% of the total number villages have only proper education facilities. 12% of the total number of villages have the telecommunication services only. 16 % of the total number of villages have proper health care services only.  6% of the total number of villages have adequate water as well as supply of electricity. 8% of the total number of villages  have adequate supply of water, electricity as well as health care services.5% of the total number of villages have proper supply of electricity, telecommunication services as well as health care services and 6% of the total number of villages have all the facilities.

Q6.How many villages in all have adequate water supply.
(a)702             (b)450               (c)594               (d)810              (e)none of these

Q7.How many villages in all have adequate supply of water as well as electricity.
(a)360              (b)108              (c)720              (d)972               (e) none of these

Q8.How many villages in all do not have proper supply of electricity.
(a)720               (b)850                  (c)920                   (d)1080               (e) none of these

Q9.How many villages have only proper education facilities.
(a)108           (b)126           (c)234            (d)216          (e) none of these

Q10.How many villages have all the facilities.
(a)90             (b)126           (c)144          (d)106       (e) none of thes

1. (B) Graduate male population of state A

= 24 x 16/100 x 7/12 lakh = 2.24 lakh

12th male population of state A

= 32 x 15/100 x 7/16 lakh = 2.1 lakh

Required difference = (2.24 – 2.1) lakh = 14000

2. (D) Graduate female population of state E

= 24 x 20/100 x 7/16 lakh = 2.1 lakh

12th female population of state D

= 32 x 12/100 x 7/12 lakh = 2.24 lakh

Required ratio = (2.1 : 2.24)

= 210 : 224 = 15 : 16

3. (C) Graduate female population of state C

= 24 x 15/100 x 4/9 = 1.6 lakh

12th female population of state C

= 32 x 18/100 x 5/9 = 3.2 lakh

Required percentage = 1.6/3.2 x 100% = 50%

4. (A) 12thpass male population of state C

= 32 x 18/100 x 4/9 = 2.56 lakh

Required percentage = 2.56/32 x 100% = 8%

5. (E) Graduate male population of state E

= 24 x 20/100 x 9/16 = 2.7 lakh

12th pass female population of State E

= 32 x 19/100 x 10/ 19 = 3.2 lakh

Required ratio = 27 : 32

Having only adequate water supply =25/100 x 1800 = 450

Having only proper electric supply =15/100 x 1800 = 270

Having only proper education facilities =7/100 x 1800 = 126

Having only telecommunication services= 12/100 x 1800 = 216

Having only health care services =16/100 x 1800 = 288

Having water and electric supply= 6/100 x 1800 = 108

Having proper water supply, electric supply and health care services

=8/100 x 1800 = 144

Having proper electric supply telecommunication and health care services

=5/100 x  1800 = 90

Having all the facilities =6/100 x 1800 = 108

6. (D) Number of villages with adequate water supply

= 450 + 108 + 144 + 108 = 810

7. (A) Number of villages with adequate supply of water and electricity

= 109 + 144 + 108 = 360

8. (D) Number of villages with proper supply of electricity

= 270 + 108 + 144 + 90 + 108 = 720

Number of villages not having proper electric supply

= 1800 – 720 = 1080

9. (B) Number of villages with only proper education facilities = 126

10. (D) Number of villages with all the facilities = 108

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5): 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. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input: 83 known 95 more dash 79 cash 63 has 71 88 work
Step I : 63 83 known more dash 79 cash has 71 88 work 95
Step II: 63 71 83 known more dash 79 cash has work 88 95
Step III: 63 71 79 known more dash cash has work 83 88 95
Step IV: 63 71 79 cash known more dash has work 83 88 95
Step V: 63 71 79 cash dash known more has work 83 88 95
Step VI 63 71 79 cash dash has known more work 83 88 95

Step VI: is the last step of the rearrangement. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of following questions the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input for the questions:
Input64 jack queen 42 ear 84 lost 52 dear 76 gone 48

Q1. How many steps would be needed to complete the arrangement?
(1) X           (2) VIII          (3) IX              (4) VII            (5) None of these

Q2. Which Step number would be the following output?
42 48 52 dear ear jack queen lost gone 64 76 84
(1) II            (2) VI            (3) V            (4) IV          (5) None of these

Q3. Which of the following would be the Step I?
(1) 42 48 52 jack queen ear lost dear gone 64 76 84            (2) 84 64 jack queen ear lost 52 dear 76 gone 48 42
(3) 42 64dear ear jack queen lost 52 76 gone 48 84            (4) 42 64 jack queen ear lost 52 dear 76 gone 48 84
(5) None of the above

Q4. Which of the following would be the final arrangement?
(1) 64 76 84 dear ear gone jack lost queen 42 48 52            (2) 42 48 52 dear ear gone jack lost queen 64 76 84
(3) 42 48 52 64 76 84 dear ear gone jack lost queen             (4) 42 48 52 dear lost ear gone jack queen 64 76 84
(5) None of the above

Q5. In Step IV, which of the following word/number would be on 7th position (from the right)?
(1) queen             (2) ear           (3) 64             (4) gone            (5) None of the above

Directions (6 – 10) – : Read the information carefully and answer the following questions:
A + B means A is the father of B.
A × B means A is the sister of B
A \$ B means A is the wife of B.
A % B means A is the mother of B.
A ÷ B means A is the son of B.

Q6. What should come in place of question mark to establish that J is brother of T in the expression?
J ÷ P % H ? T % L
(1) ×          (2) ÷           (3) \$             (4) Either ÷ or ×             (5) Either + or ÷

Q7. Which of the given expressions indicates that M is daughter of D?
(1) L % R \$ D + T × M               (2) L + R \$ D + M × T              (3) L % R % D + T ÷ M             (4) D + L \$ R + M × T             (5) L \$ D ÷ R % M ÷ T

Q8. Which of the following options is true if the expression I + T % J × L ÷ K is definitely true?
(1) L is daughter of T             (2) K is son-in-law of I           (3) I is grandmother of L          (4) T is father of J            (5) J is brother of L

Q9. Which of the following expressions is true if Y is son of X is definitely false?
(1) W % L × T × Y ÷ X        (2) W + L × T × Y ÷ X           (3) X + L × T × Y ÷ W               (4) W \$ X + L + Y + T             (5) W % X + T × Y ÷ L

Q10. What should come in place of question mark to establish that T is sister-in-law of Q in the expression.
R % T × P ? Q + V
(1) ÷            (2) %           (3) ×           (4) \$            (5) Either \$ or ×

Directions (11 – 15): Study the following information and answer the question given.
In a certain code language, ‘more money in market’ is written as ‘zo pi ab to’, ‘share in market loss’ is written as ‘vo to je pi’, ‘making more loss now’ is written as ‘su je zo ka’, ‘now the market gains’ is written as ‘do pi yo su’.

Q11. Which of the following does ‘vo’ stand for?
(1) loss          (2) in              (3) share            (4) market                (5) either in or loss

Q12. What is the code for ‘making’?
(1) ka           (2) su         (3) je             (4) zo         (5) cannot be determined

Q13. Which of the following is the code for ‘gains’?
(1) su            (2) pi            (3) yo           (4) do           (5) either yo or do

Q14. Which of the following can be the code for ‘the more you share’?
(1) do yo zo vo           (2) vo wiz zo do         (3) vo zo wi bu        (4) yo jo vo wi           (5) None of These

Q15. ‘to ka pi ab’ is a code for which of the following?
(1) share more in market      (2) now share more gains      (3) the gains in market        (4) the gain in loss       (5) None of These

Input: 64 jack queen 42 ear 84 lost 52 dear 76 gone 48

Step I: 42 64 jack queen ear lost 52 dear 76 gone 48 84

Step II: 42 48 64 jack queen ear lost 52 dear gone 76 84

Step III: 42 48 52 jack queen ear lost dear gone 64 76 84

Step IV: 42 48 52 dear jack queen ear lost gone 64 76 84

Step V: 42 48 52 dear ear jack queen  lost gone 64 76 84

Step VI: 42 48 52 dear ear gone jack queen  lost 64 76 84

Step VII: 42 48 52 dear ear gone jack lost queen 64 76 84

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

Solutions

in – to

market – pi

loss – je

share – vo

more – zo

money – ab

now – su

making – ka

the/gains – do/yo

1.  (3)
2.  (1)
3.  (5)
4.  (2)
5. (5)

### English (Mix Quiz)

Directions (Q. 1-10): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.
(1) stringent anti-pollution laws, mass awareness levels in India about the need to (2) the environment are low. Which is (3) many people insist that mere laws won’t do; what we (4) need are “environment conscious” citizens. It is in this context that the University’s (5) to introduce environment studies as a compulsory paper at the undergraduate level (6) significance. There was some (7) initially about who would teach the paper because financial (8) make it impossible for colleges to (9) approval for new teaching posts. In fact, in August 1999, the University Grants commission (UGC) imposed a ban on the creation of new teaching posts in colleges. (10) with the problem, authorities at the university have decided that serving teachers belonging to various disciplines will teach the paper.

Q1.  1) Despite          2) Having          3) Enacting           4) Adopting        5) Although

Q2. 1) contaminate         2) clean          3) filter           4) protect        5) pollute

Q3.1) resulting       2) why        3) obvious      4) as        5) because

Q4.1) seldom        2) don’t        3) hardly        4) perfectly         5) actually

Q5. 1) inability      2) deferral       3) decision        4) failure       5) reluctance

Q6. 1) extracts       2) accord        3) expects       4) loses          5) assumes

Q7. 1) displeasure       2) antagonism         3) hurdles         4) confusion          5) priority

Q8. 1) losses          2) constraints        3) apathy          4) soundness        5) independence

Q10.1) Down        2) Familiar         3) Faced         4) Convinced        5) Solution

Directions: (11- 15) Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is no error the answer is (5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any.)

Q11. We were happy that 1)/ the audience responded well 2)/ and gave all the speakers 3)/ a patiently listening. 4)/ No error 5).

Q12. He received timely support 1)/ from his elder brother 2)/ who is working abroad 3)/ for the last six years. 4)/ No error 5).

Q13. The notorious gang opened 1)/ the door quietly and 2)/ escaped in the dark with 3)/ whatever they would collect. 4)/ No error 5).

Q14. One of the security men 1)/ rushed forward and asked 2)/ me whether I 3)/ had anything objectionable. 4)/ No error 5).

Q15. We could not 1)/ believe that one 2)/ of us was 3)/ responsible with the act. 4)/ No error 5).

1. (1)        2. (4)
3. (5)        4. (5)
5. (3)        6. (5)
7. (4)        8. (2)
9. (3)        10. (4)
11. (4) ; Replace ‘patient’ in the place of ‘patiently.’
13. (4) ; Whatever they had collected.
14. (5)
15. (4) ; Replace ‘for’ in place of ‘with.’

### Computer Quiz

Q1. ……… Are used for converting one type of number system in to the other form
(1) logic gate        (2) Decoder       (3) half adder          (4) Full adder       (5) None of these

Q2. Multiplexer means……………..
(1) One in to many           (2) All of these       (3) many in to many       (4) many in to one       (5) None of these

Q3. Multiplexers is also known as.
(1) adder         (2) demux         (3) mux          (4) subtracter          (5) None of these

Q4. ASCII code isa……… bit code.
(1) 1      (2) 2       (3) 9           (4) 8       (5) 7

Q5.The decimal number is converted in to excess 3 codes by adding, to each decimal digit.
(1) 4        (2) 8        (3) 3         (4) 2         (5) 7

Q6. 110+110=………
(1) 3        (2) 0       (3) 1        (4) 2       (5) None of these

Q7. 12+12=………..
(1) 1          (2) 0        (3) 2        (4) 3         (5) None of these

Q8. The digital system usually operated on………system.
(1) decimal            (2) binary       (3) octal         (4) hexadecimal           (5) None of these

Q9. The binary system use powers of……….for positional values.
(1) 16         (2) 10        (3) 8           (4) 2      (5) None of these

Q10. After counting 0, 1, 10, 11, ‘the next binary number is
(1) 100        (2) 12       (3) 101        (4) 110        (5) None of these

Q11. In logic algebra, variables can assume only two values:either……….or 1.
(1) 2      (2) 4       (3) 3        (4) 0      (5) None of these

Q12. A logic gate is an electronic circuit which
(1) None of these           (2) allows electron flow only in one direction        (3) works on binary algebra
(4) alternates between 0&1 values       (5) makes logic decisions

Q13. In positive logic, logic gate 1 corresponds to
(1) positive voltage         (2) zero voltage level      (3) higher voltage level      (4) lower voltage level       (5) None of these

Q14. In negative logic, the logic state 1 corresponds to
(1) lower voltage level       (2) negative logic      (3) zero voltage       (4) more negative voltage       (5) None of these

Q15. An X-OR gate produces an output only when it’s two inputs are
(1) high      (2) low     (3) None of these      (4) same          (5) different