Quant – Quiz
Q1.Water is flowing at the rate of 5 km/h through a pipe of diameter 14 cm into a rectangular tank which is 50 m long. 44 m wide. The time taken, in hours, for the rise in the level of water in the tank to be 7 cm is
(a)2 (b)1.5 (c)6 (d)2.5 (e)none of these
Q2.A boat travels 24 km upstream in 6 hours and 20 km downstream in 4 hours. Then the speed of boat in still water and the speed of water current are respectively
(a) 4 kmph and 3 kmph (b) 4.5 kmph and 0.5 kmph (c) 4 kmph and 2 kmph (d) 5 kmph and 2 kmph (e) none of these
Q3.A boy can swim in still water at a speed of 10 km/hr. If the speed of the current would have been 5 km/hr, then the boy could swim 60 km.
(a) upstream in 4 hours (b) downstream in 12 hours (c) upstream in 6 hours (d) downstream in 4 hours (e) none of these
Q4.The ratio of the first and second class fares between two railway stations is 4 : 1 and that of the number of passengers traveling by first and second classes is 1 : 40. If on a day Rs. 1100 are collected as total fare, the amount collected form the first class passengers is
(a) Rs.315 (b) Rs.315 (c) Rs.137.50 (d) Rs.100 (e) none of these
Q5.A and B started a business with initial investments in the ratio 14 : 15 and their annual profits were in the ratio 7 : 6. If A invested the money for 10 months, and B invested his money for x months, then the value of x is
(a) 6 (b) 7 (c) 8 (d) 9 (e) none of these
Q6.A person took a loan of Rs. 6000 for 3 years, at 5% per annum compound interest. He repaid Rs. 2100 in each of the first 2 years. The amount he should pay at the end of 3rd year to clear all his debts is
(a) Rs.2425.50 (b) Rs.2552.50 (c) Rs.2635.50 (d) Rs. 2745.50 (e) none of these
Q7.If a sum of money placed at compound interest, compounded annually, doubles itself in 5 years, then the same amount of money will be 8 times of itself in.
(a) 25 years (b) 20 years (c) 15 years (d) 10 years (e) none of these
Q8.A man buys three houses, the second one at twice the price of the first and the third one at twice the price of the second. He manages to sell the first and the second both at a profit of 20% but incurs a loss of 10% over selling the third. Overall, he has profit or loss%.
(a)got a profit less than 3% (b) incurred a loss of 3% (c)got a profit more than 3% (d) incurred a loss less than 3%
(e) none of these
Q9.A man buys two chairs for a total cost of Rs. 900. By selling one for 4/5 of its cost and the other for 5/4 of its cost, he makes a profit of Rs. 90 on the whole transaction. The cost of the lower priced chair is
(a) Rs. 360 (b) Rs. 400 (c) Rs. 420 (d) Rs. 300 (e)none of these
Q10.A reduction of 10% in the price of wheat enables a man to buy 50 grams of wheat more for a rupee. How much wheat could originally he had for a rupee?
(a) 400 grams (b) 500 grams (c) 450 grams (d) 350 grams (e) none of these
1.(a) Volume of water
= 5000cm × 4400cm × 7cm = 5000 × 4400 × 7
Volume of water in one hour = 22/7X7X7X5000X100
Required Time== 5000 × 4400 × 7/(22/7X7X7X5000X100)
2.(b) The speed downstream = 20/4=5kmph
The speed upstream = 24/6=4kmph
The speed of boat in still water = (5+4)/2=4.5kmph
The speed of current = (5-4)/2=0.5
The speed of boat and water current are 4.5 km/hr. and 0.5 km/hr. respectively.
3.(d) Speed downstream = 10 + 5 = 15 km/hr
Speed upstream = 10 – 5 = 5 km/hr
Time taken to swim 60 km downstream = 60/15=4hour
But time taken to swim 60 km up steam = = 60/5=12 hour
4.(d) Let the first class fare is 4x and second class fare is x Rs.Let the no of passengers travelling by first class is y and by second class is 40y.
total fare of first class=4xy
total fare of second class=40xy
so amount collected by first class passengers=4xy=4×25=100
5(c) Let the investment of A and B are 14a and 15a
6.(a) Amount for first year=6000X105/100=6300
After repaid 2100 the rest amount=6300-2100=4200
Amount for 2nd year=4200X105/100=4410
after repaid 2100 the rest amount=4410-2100=2310
amount for 3rd year=2310×105/100=2425.5
7.(c) in 5 years 2 times Let in n years 8 times=2^3 times
8(a)According to question
CP1=100,CP2=200 and CP3=400
SO SP1=120,SP2=220 and SP3=360
9.(d) Let CP of first chair =x
CP of 2nd chair=900-x
so,SP of 1st chair=4x/5
and SP of 2nd chair=(900-X)5/4
1st chair CP=300 and 2nd chair=600
10(c).New price of 50 gm=100*10/100=10 paise
so, new Price of 500 gm=100 paise
Reasoning – Quiz
Directions (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H work in three different companies: X, Y and Z. Out of these, two are female who work in different companies and have different specializations. Two of them are specialists in Finance, two in HR, two in Marketing and one each is an Engineer and a Computer Specialist. D, working in a company X has specialized in HR and her friend G, a Finance Specialist is working in company Z. H, an HR specialist, is working with B, a Marketing Specialist and does not work in company Y.
C is not a Computer Specialist. No two people with the same specialization work together. F is a specialist in Marketing working in company Y and his friend A has specialized in Finance and is working company X with only one another Specialist. Not more than three of them work in company Z. No female is an Engineer or a Computer Specialist.
Q1. In which two companies, do the HR specialist work?
(1) X and Y (2) Y and Z (3) X and Z (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these
Q2. Who is the Computer Specialist?
(1) C (2) E (3) H (4) Data inadequate (5) None of these
Q3. Which of the following represents the two females?
(1) DB (2) DH (3) DG (4) Either (1) or (3) (5) None of These
Q4. Which of the following is the specialty of C?
(1) Marketing (2) Finance (3) Computer (4) Engineer (5) None of These
Q5. In which company does C work?
(1) Y (2) Z (3) X (4) Y or Z (5) None of These
Directions (6-10): Study the following information to answer the given questions
There are seven teachers P, Q, R, S, T, U and V in Bank Power. Each one of them teaches a different subject. There are three female and four male teachers, and out of these, there are two pairs of couples.
R who teaches Computers is married to the teacher who teaches English. T and V are female teachers who teach History and Economics respectively. P teaches Reasoning and his wife does not teach Economics. Q does not teach English or Mathematics. U and S are male teachers. U is unmarried. One of them teaches Geography.
Q6. Which subject does ‘Q’ teach?
(1) Economics (2) Mathematics (3) Computers (4) Geography (5) None of these
Q7. Which group among the following represents the group of males?
(1) PR (2) PT (3) PV (4) PQ (5) cannot be determined
Q8. Which of the following are two pairs of couples?
(1) SR and PT (2) PR and ST (3) VP and RS (4) SR and UT (5) None of these
Q9. Which subject does U teach?
(1) Reasoning (2) English (3) Mathematics (4) Computers (5) cannot be determined
Q10. Which subject does P’s wife teach?
(1) English (2) History (3) Computers (4) Geography (5) cannot be determined
- (3) 2. (2) 3. (4) 4. (4) 5. (1)
P is married to T and R is married to S.
6. (4) 7. (4) 8. (1) 9. (3) 10. (2)
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.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. A man who stands (1) is friend in (2) is a true friend. Selfless love is the base of true friendship. True friends share each other’s joy and sorrow, pain and pleasure. They do not fall (3) in adversity. They have full confidence in each other. They never (4) each other. (5) makes friends, adversity tries them. A selfless friend is (6); a selfish friend is a curse. The first is an angel and the second is a devil. One makes your career while the other (7) it.
True friendship means great self-sacrifice on the part of both. A true friend (8) pleasure and convenience. He goes out of his way and faces difficulties in his way with joy and even with pride. Joy and sorrow, success and failure, good fortune and misfortune, are equally (9) by a pair of true friends. They (10) the burden of life equally for they feel that they sail in the same boat and that they have to sink and swim together.
Q1. 1) to 2) with 3) for 4) by 5) of
Q2. 1) adversity 2) commotion 3) change 4) happiness 5) growth
Q3. 1) by 2) to 3) off 4) with 5) through
Q4. 1) postulate 2) commit 3) danger 4) deplete 5) betray
Q5. 1) Wealth 2) Prosperity 3) Man 4) Providence 5) Well-bring
Q6. 1) boon 2) force 3) blessing 4) calamity 5) message
Q7. 1) throws 2) develops 3) constructs 4) mars 5) lacks
Q8. 1) foregoes 2) mitigates 3) evolves 4) appraises 5) prospers
Q9. 1) built 2) pleased 3) admired 4) advocated 5) shared
Q10. 1) expect 2) shoulder 3) dislike 4) propose 5) project
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.Anyone with a little interest in sports is bound to familiar with Sachin Tendulkar’s name.
1) binding to familiar 2) bound to be familiar 3) binding to be familiar 4) bound to have familiar
5) No correction required
Q12. He asked me if I will accept his conditions if he helped me.
1) that if 1 will accept 2) that if I would accept 3) if I would accept 4) if would I be accepting
5) No correction require
Q13.The ship was not fit to survive another storm as the damage was beyond repair.
1) ﬁtted to survive 2) ﬁt to be surviving 3) ﬁtting for survival 4) fit with survival 5) No correction requir
Q14.His changed attitudes did not go well within his family.
1) had not gone well within 2) went not well within 3) could not go well into 4) did not go well with
5) No correction required
Q15.What all this mean, is that the disciples are more powerful than their teacher.
1) all this means 2) does all this mean 3) all the meaning 4) does this all mean 5) No correction required
1. (4) 2. (1) 3. (3) 4. (5) 5. (2) 6. (1) 7. (4) 8. (5) 9. (5) 10. (2) 11. (2) 12. (3) 13. (5) 14. (4) 15. (1)
Q1. A set of rules that computer on a network use to commu-nicate with each other are called
(1) Protocol (2) Regulations (3) Rules (4) Netiquettes (5) None of these
Q2. The sharing of a medium and its path by 2 or more devices is called ____ .
(1) Multiplexing (2) Encoxing (3) Line discipline (4) Modulation (5) None of these
Q3. Network components are connected to the same cable in the _______ topology,
(1) mesh (2) ring (3) bus (4) star (5) mixed
Q4. Two or more computers connected to each other for sharing information form a _________ .
(1) pipeline (2) router (3) server (4) tunnel (5) network
Q5. Office LANs that are spread geographically apart on a large scale can be connected using a corporate ___________ .
(1) CAN (2) WAN (3) DAN (4) LAN (5) TAN
Q6. In OSI Model, Encryption and decryption are functions of
(1) Transport layer (2) None of these (3) Presentation layer (4) Allot the above (5) Session layer
Q7. A permanent virtual circuit involves
(1) All of the above (2) Data transfer (3) Connection release (4) Connection establishment (5) None of these
Q8. In OSI network architecture, the dialogue control and token management are responsibility of
(1) transport layer (2) network layer (3) session layer (4) data link layer (5) none of above
Q9. In OSI network architecture, the routing is performed by
(1) data link layer (2) network layer (3) transport layer (4) session layer (5) none of above
Q10. Which of the following performs modulation and demodulation?
(1) fiber optics (2) satellite (3) coaxial cable (4) modem (5) none of the aboveAnswers
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