# QUIZ 65

### Quant Quiz

Directions (1 – 5): Refer to the information given in the graphs below and answer the questions that follow.Number of points earned by six different TV’s 1.The points obtained by Thomson for durability is equal to which of the following?
(a) BPL – Flat screen       (b) Akai – Colour brightness        (c) LG – Sound system          (d) Thomson – channels           (e) none of these

2.What is the total number of the points earned by all the TV’s for channels?
(a) 553.70          (b) 513. 72            (c) 490. 42           (d) 572.70            (e) none of these

3.What are the average points per TV earned for child lock?
(a) 70. 42      (b) 76. 36     (c) 80. 34       (d) 86.89          (e) none of these

4.The sound system of LG is approximately what per cent of the flat screen of Sony?
(a) 59%             (b) 171 %          (c) 52 %       (d) 64 %        (e) none of these

5.The points earned by Philips for VCD/DVD is what per cent more/ less than the points earned by BPL for colour brightness?
(a) 22. 84% (more)          (b) 15. 74% (more)       (c) 15. 74% (less)         (d) 22. 84% (less)    (e) none of these

Directions (6-10): The bar graph given below shows the percentage distribution of the total production of a car manufacturing company into various models over two years.
Percentage of six different types of cars manufactured by a company over two years Total number of cars produced in 2010=350000

Total number of cars produced in 2011=440000
6.What was the difference in the number of Q type cars produced in 2010 and the produced in 2011?

(a) 35500         (b) 27000       (c) 22500      (d) 17500     (e) none of these

7.Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufactured in 2010 is
(a) 245000         (b) 227500          (c) 210000        (d) 192500     (e) none of these

8.If the percentage production of P type cars in 2011 was the same as that in 2010, then the number of P type cars production in 2011 would have been?
(a) 140000           (b) 132000          (c) 117000       (d) 105000         (e) none of these

9.If 85% of the S type cars produced in each year were sold by the company, how many S type cars remain unsold?
(a) 7650        (b) 9350           (c) 11850        (d) 12250     (e) none of these

10.For which model the percentage rise/fall in production from 2010 to 2011 was minimum?
(a) Q       (b) R        (c) S      (d) T        (e) none of these

1.(d)  Since percentage contribution of channels and durability are same,
2.(d) Total number of points earned by all the TV’s for channels
= 15% of (683 + 650 + 640 + 625 + 620 + 600)
= 15/100 X 3818 = 572.7
3.(b) Total number of points earned by all the TV’s for child lock = 12% of 3818 = 458.16
Average points = 458.16/6
= 76.36
4.(a) Point of sound system of LG= 10% of 640
= 64
Point of flat screen of Sony  = 16% of 683
= 109. 28
= 110
Required percentage = (64/110)X100
= 59%
5.(c) Points covered by Philips for VCD/DVD
= 14/100 X 650
= 91
Points earned by BPL for Color Brightness
= 18/100 X 600
= 108
Required percentage less
=(108 – 91)/108 X 100
= 15.74%

In 2010: Total number of cars produced = 350000
P = 30% of 350000 = 105000
Q = 15% of 350000 = 52500
R = 20% of 350000 = 70000
S = 10% of 350000 = 35000
T = 15% of 350000 = 52500
U = 10% of 350000 = 35000

In 2011: Total number of cars produced = 440000
P = 40% of 440000 = 176000
Q = 20% of 440000 = 88000
R = 15% of 440000 = 66000
S = 10% of 440000 = 44000
T = 10% of 440000 = 44000
U = 5% of 440000 = 22000

6.(a) Total number of Q type cars produced in 2011 = 88000
Total number of Q type cars produced in 2010 = 52500
Required difference = (88000 – 52500) = 35500

7.(c) Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufactured in 2010
= (105000 + 52500 + 52500)
= 210000

8.(b) If the percentage production of P type cars in 2011
= Percentage production of P type cars in 2010
= 30%
Then, number of P type cars produced in 2011
= 30% of 440000
= 132000

9.(c) Number of S type cars which remained unsold in 2010 = 15% of 35000 and number of S type cars which remained unsold in 2011 = 15% of 44000
Total number of S type cars which remained unsold
= 15% of (35000 + 44000)
= 15% of 79000
= 11850
10.(b) for model R = (70000 – 66000)/70000 X 100% = 5.71%,

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions- P @Q means P is either greater than or equal to Q
P+ Q means P is either smaller than or equal to Q
P%Q means P is greater than Q
PX Q means P is smaller than Q
P\$ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true ,find which of the two conditions I and II given below them is /are definately true ? Give answer.
a) If only conclusion I is true
b) If only conclusion II is true
c) If either I or II is true
d) If neither I or II is true
e) If both I and II is true

Q1) Statements : M @R , R%T , T\$ K
Conclusion : I) KXM, II) TXM

Q2) Statements : H%J, B+J, [email protected]
Conclusion: I)F\$J, II) J%F

Q3) Statements : D\$M, M%W, [email protected]
Conclusion : I) RXD, II) W+D

Q4) Statements : A+N , NXV, V\$J
Conclusion: I) [email protected], II) A +V

Q5) Statements : KXT , [email protected] , B+M
Conclusion : I)M%T II) K+B

Q6) Statements : [email protected], HXM , M\$N
Conclusion : I) [email protected], Ii) N%H

Directions- P © Q means P is not smaller than Q
P % Q means P is not greater than Q
P # Q means P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q
P @ Q means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q
P \$ Q means P is neither greater than nor equal to Q
Now in each of the following questions assuming the given statement to be true ,find which of the two conditions I and II given below them is /are definately true ? Give answer.
a) If only conclusion I is true
b) If only conclusion II is true
c) If either I or II is true
d) If neither I or II is true
e) If both I and II is true

Q7) Statements F % T, T @ J, J # W.
Conclusions 1) J @ F.      2) J # F.

Q8) Statements – R # D, D © K, K \$ M.
Conclusions – 1) M # R.     2) K \$ R.

Q9) Statements – Z © F, F \$ M, M % K
Conclusions – 1) K # F.    2) Z # M.

Q10) Statement – H @ B, B © R, A \$ R
Conclusion – 1) B © A       2) R % H.

1)e         2)C         3)a        4)d        5)d         6)b       7)c       8)b          9)a        10)b

### 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.
The social (1) of the Web lifestyle and work style are enormous. A lot of people (2) that computers and the Internet will depersonalize experience, creating a world that is less warm. But these are unfounded as we know that some people were (3) afraid that the telephone would reduce face-to-face contact and will (4) society to fall apart. But the (5) actually came true. Just as phone and e-mail have increased contact between people living in different communities and between people on the go, the PC and the Internet give us (6) way to communicate. They do not take any away. In reality, the ability to use the Internet to redefine (7) in our communities is strengthening personal and cultural (8). The Web lifestyle is about broadening (9), not narrowing them. Community building is going to be one of the biggest growth areas on the WebIt dramatically increases the number of communities you can bond to because of its ability to (10) groups of like-minded people independent of geography or time zones.

Q1. 1) groups          2) needs           3) factor             4) teaching              5) implications

Q2. 1) accept         2) dare            3) fear           4) teaching            5) reject

Q3. 1) strongly            2) initially          3) always          4) reject          5) possibly

Q4. 1) let             2) initially            3) develop          4) destroy        5) destroy

Q5. 1) opposite           2) found               3) ﬁnding            4) different            5) negative

Q6. 1) cheaper            2) economical             3) another           4) second              5) many

Q7. 1) groups          2) ethics        3) culture         4) bonds          5) boundaries

Q8. 1) distances           2) connections              3) differences            4) implications              5) suggestions

Q9. 1) horizons            2) values            3) nations            4) means          5) status

Q10. 1) reduce            2) focus             3) prepare            4) connect              5) develop

DIRECTIONS (Q. 11-15): Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) and (d) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and no correction is required, mark (e) as the answer.
Q11.He is unique as he behaves with the same courtesy of the poor as of the rich
1) for the poor as for                 2) with the poor as of              3) with the poor as with           4) to the poor as to

5) No correction required
Q12.
The judge asked the accused why was he looking so depressed.
1) why was he looking so depress                2) why he looked depressing            3) why he was looking so depressed

4) that why he looked so depressed              5) No correction required
Q13.
They could not admire his bright performance because of they dislike him.
1) because of their dislike                2) because they dislike            3) because of their disliking of            4) as they have disliked

5) No correction required
Q14.As the time were
hard for all, the country was generally making progress.
1) Though the times were             2) Since the time was             3) Since the times were              4) Because the time ,was

5) No correction required
Q15.
Our hope was that he would not enter college till he had had some grounding in science.

4) had been having some ground in                 5) No correction required

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1.What does “3.0” denote in the term “3.0 GHz P IV”?
1) Clock speed           2) Power consumption       3) Microprocessor architecture             4) No. of ports to attach peripherals
5) None of these

Q2.Gutter position can be set in following positions-
1) Left & Right             2) Left & Top            3) Left & Bottom           4) Left Only         5) None of these

Q3.How will MS Word will respond in repeated word ?
1) A Green wavy line under the repeated word              2) A Red wavy line under the repeated word
3) A Blue wavy line under the repeated word              4) A yellow wavy line under the repeated word         5) None of above

Q4.Which file is responsible to start MS Word ?
1) Winword.exe            2) Win.exe            3) Word.exe          4) Wordwin.exe          5) None of these

Q5.Superscript, subscript, outline, emboss, engrave are known as ?
1) Text effects           2) Font effects            3) Word art          4) Clip art        5) None of these

Q6.How to select one hyperlink after another during a slide presentation ?
1) Ctrl + K         2) Ctrl + D           3) Tab          4) Ctrl + H        5) None of these

Q7.From where can we set the timing for each object ?
1) slide show, custom animation          2) view, slide sorter         3) slide show, custom transition        4) Slide show, Slide transition       5) None of these

Q8.The boxes that are displayed to indicate that the text, pictures or objects are placed in it is called ?
1) Word Art         2) Placeholder        3) AutoText      4) Text box     5) None of these

Q9.Which among following can be considered as most advanced ROM ?
1) DRAM      2) EEPROM       3) RAM      4) PROM        5) None of these

Q10.Where, the result of an arithmetic and logical operation are stored ?
1) In Accumulator            2) In Cache Memory              3) In ROM              4) In Instruction Registry               5) None of these