Quant – Quiz
Q1.A bakery bakes cake with expectation that it will earn a profit of 40% by selling each cake at marked price. But during the delivery to showroom 16% of the cakes were completely damaged and hence could not be sold. 24% of the cakes were slightly damaged and hence could be sold at 80% of the cost price. The remaining 60% of the cakes were sold at marked price. What is the percentage profit in the whole consignment?
1) 3.2 2) 2.4 3) 2.8 4) 4.2 5) 3.6
Q2. A professional institute’s total expenditure on stdents for a particular course is partly fixed and partly varies linearly with the number of students. The average expense per student is Rs. 615 when there are 24 students and Rs. 465 when there are 40 students. What is the average expense when there are 60 students?
1) Rs. 370 2) Rs. 450 3) Rs. 350 4) Rs. 420 5) Rs. 390
Q3. The ratio of the present ages of A and B is 7 : 9. Six years ago the ratio of 1/3 of A’s age at that time and 1/3 of B’s age at that time 1 : 2. What will be the ratio of A’s to B’s age 6 years from now?
1) 4 : 5 2) 14 : 15 3) 6 : 7 4) 18 : 25 5) 22 : 25
Q4. A, B and C have to type 506 pages to finish an assignment. A can type a page in 12 minutes, B in 15 minutes and C in 24 minutes. If they divide the task into three parts so that all three of them spend equal amount of time in typing, what is the number of pages that B should type?
1) 172 2) 176 3) 154 4) 168 5) 164
Q5.A seller uses 920 gm in place of one kg to sell his goods. When he sells his article at 15% gain on cost price, the actual percentage of profit is:
1)25 2)30 3)20 4)15 5)16
Directions (6-10): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and answer the given Question.
Give answer (1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement It alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (3) if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if the data given in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question and
Give answer (5) if the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.
Q6. What is the base of a triangle PQR with PQ as base?
1. Height and base of the triangle are in the ratio of 3 : 4
2. The area of the triangle is 48 cm^2, perimeter 36 cm and height 2/3 of the perimeter.
Q7. What is the speed of the train?
1. A train crosses another train coming from opposite direction at the speed of 45 kmph in 20 seconds.
2. The train crosses another train running in the same direction at the speed of 42 kmph in 1 minute 18 seconds.
Q8.What is the rate of interest pcpa?
1. An amount invested on simple interest becomes four times in 24 years.
2. The difference between compound interest and simple interest for two years on an amount of Rs. 10000 at that rate is Rs. 156.25
Q9. What is the total strength of institute X?
1. Out of the total strength of Institute X, 35% are females and rest are males. The number of females in Institute X is equal to the number of males in Institute Y.
2. Out of the total strength of Institute Y, the no. of males is 560, which is 28% of the total strength.
Q10.What is the cost of fencing a rectangular plot along all four sides @ Rs. 450 per meter?
1. The area of the plot is 1458m^2, which is 54 times the numerical value of its breadth.
2. The length of the plot is 200% of its breadth and the breadth is 50% of its length.
1.(1) Let total no’s of cake = 100
& CP of each coke = 1 Rs.
MP of each coke = 1.4
SP of 24% coke = 24 * 0.8 = 19.2
SP of 60% coke = 60 * 1.4 = 84
Total SP = 84 + 19.2 = 103.2
Profit = 103.2 – 100
Profit = 3.2%
2.(5) Let partially fixed expenditure be x & partially varying be y
x + 24 y = 615 * 24 …. (i)
x + 40y = 465 * 40 …. (ii)
from Eq. (i) & (ii)
y = 240 & x = 9000
required average = (9000+240*60)/60 = 390
3.(3) Let present age of A’s = 7x & B’s = 9x
So,(7x-6)/(9x-6) = 1*3/2*3
x = 6/5
ratio after 6 years
(7 * 6/5 + 6) /( 9 * 6/5 + 6) = 6 : 7
4.(2) Ratio of their efficiency
A : B : C = 1/12 : 1/15 : 1/24
= 10 : 8 : 5
So, required pages= 8*506/23 = 176
5.(1) Let CP = 100
& CP = 115
But he also uses 920 gm in place of 1kg
Also earn = 8% profit
Now actual CP = 100 – 8 = 92
Total profit % = (8+15)/92 * 100 = 25%
Reasoning – Quiz
Directions:Q(1-5)- A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input: song For 19 other 99 27 came 45
Step 1 : came song For 19 other 99 27 45
Step 2 : came 99 song For 19 other 27 45
Step 3 : came 99 For song 19 other 27 45
Step 4 : came 99 For 45 song 19 other 27
Step 5 : came 99 For 45 other song 19 27
Step 6 : came 99 For 45 other 27 song 19
Step 6 is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input. As per the rules followed in the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.
Q1.Input : mathematics hours for 18 against 89 21 47
Which of the following will be step 2?
A.) against 89 hours mathematics for 18 21 47 B.) against 89 mathematics 18 hours for 21 47
C.) against 89 mathematics hours for 18 21 47 D.) Can not be determined E) None of these
Q2.Input: Banks after 25 57 67 greate network 39
Which of the following will be step 4?
A.) after67 Banks 57 greate network 25 39 B.) after67 Banks 57 greate 39 25 network
C.) after67 Banks 57 greate 25 network 39 D.) Can not be determined E) None of these
Q3.Input: one after36 28 49 sleep maths 59
which of the following will be last?
A.) 6 B.) 7 C.) 5 D.) 8 E) None of these
Q4.Step 3 of an input is : being 69 doing 19 27 tiger fight 39
which of the following will be last but one?
A.) 6 B.) 7 C.) 8 D.) 5 E) None of these
Q5.Step 2 of an input is : elephant 77 39 47 Hate gold 29 more
Which of the following is definitely the input?
A.) 47 77 39 elephant Hate gold 29 more B.) 29 39 77 47 Hate gold elephant more
C.) Hate 29 39 77 47 gold elephant more D.) Cannot be determined E) None of these
Directions (Q.6-12): Study the following information carefully to answer following questions carefully.
Five friends name – Ajay, Raju, Shivam, Mannu and Nakul have different professions-Actor, Engineer, Doctor, Bank Manager and Lawyer. Each one wears different colours of ties-Yellow, Black, Grey, Green
and orange though not respectively Shivam is a lawyer but doesn’t wear Black or Orange colored tie. Person wearing green colored tie is neither an Actor nor a Doctor. Ajay and Nakul are not Bank manager and they do not wear Yellow colored tie. Grey colored tie is worn by Mannu, who is neither an Engineer nor a Bank Manager. Bank Manager wears Green colored tie.
Q.6. If the black tie wearer is an engineer, then which of the following is definitely true?
A) Orange tie wearer is an actor B) Nakul is not an Engineer C) Ajay wears orange colored tie D) Mannu is a Doctor E) None
Q.7. Which of the following may be definitely false?
A) Nakul-Engineer-Orange tie B) Ajay-Actor-Black tie C) Mannu-Doctor-Grey tie D) Ajay-Engineer-Green tie E) None of these
Q.8. Who is Bank Manager?
A) Ajay B) Raju C) Mannu D) Can’t be determined E) None of these
Q.9. Which of the following statement is definitely true?
A) Mannu-Actor-Grey B) Ajay-Engineer-Black C) Nakul-doctor-orange D) Raju-Engineer-Green E) None of these
Q.10. Which colored tie does Shivam wear?
A) yellow B) Green C) Yellow or Green D) Black E) None of these
Q.11. Which colored tie does Raju wear?
A) Yellow B) Black C) Grey D) Green E) Orange
12.Who is Lawyer?
A) Mannu B) Nakul C) Ajay D) Can’t be determined E) None of these
Directions(Q.12-15): In the following questions, the symbols @, #, %, $ and * are used with the following meaning as illustrated below.
‘A @ B’ means ‘A Is not smaller than B’
‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’
‘A $ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A * B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal to B’
Give answer A) : If only conclusion 1 is true
Give answer B) : If only conclusion 2 is true
Give answer C) : If either conclusion 1 or 2 is true
Give answer D) : If neither conclusion 1 nor 2 is true
Give answer E) : If both conclusions 1 and 2 are true
13) Statements : T @ V, V # M, M % F
Conclusions : 1) T # M, 2) T @ F
14) Statements : L $ N, N * F, R % L
Conclusions : 1) F # R, 2) R $ N
15) Statements : H # I, I @ J, J $ P
Conclusions : 1) H # J 2) H # P
1. (C) 2. (C) 3. (C) 4. (A) 5. (D) 6. (E) 7. (D) 8. (B) 9. (E) 10. (A) 11. (D) 12. (E) 13. (A) 14. (E) 15. (A)
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.
Actually everyday we are engaged in this business of ‘reading’ people. We do it (1). We want to ﬁgure others out. So we (2) make guesses about what others think, value, want and feel and we do so based on our (3) beliefs and understandings about human nature. We do so because if we can figure out (4) and intentions of others the possibility of them (5) or hurting us (6) and this will help us to (7) a lot of unnecessary pain and trouble. We also make second- guesses about what they will do in future, how they will (8) if we make this or that response. We do all this second-guessing based upon our (9) of what we believe about the person’s inner nature (10) his or her roles and manners. We mind-read their deeper motives.
Also, every day we misguess and misread. Why? Because of the complexity,layeredness, and multi-dimensional functioning of people. After all, how well do you ‘read’ your own thoughts, aims, values, motives, beliefs, etc? How well do you know your own thinking and emotive styles?
Q1. 1) vehemently 2) practically 3) actually 4) incessantly 5) virtually
Q2. 1) ably 2) constantly 3) partly 4) largely 5) positively
Q3. 1) futuristic 2) proactive 3) reactive 4) decorative 5) assumptive
Q4. 1) manifestations 2) expressions 3) motives 4) hopes 5) prospects
Q5. 1) tricking 2) blaming 3) furthering 4) alarming 5) criticizing
Q6. 1) lessens 2) happens 3) questions 4) deepens 5) laments
Q7. 1) approach 2) direct 3) avoid 4) implement 5) prepare
Q8. 1) solve 2) apply 3) plan 4) approach 5) respond
Q9. 1) projection 2) exhibition 3) situation 4) prediction 5) attribution
Q10. 1) organizing 2) underneath 3) appreciating 4) proposing 5) outside
DIRECTIONS (Q. 11-15): In each one of the following sentences, there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence, there are five pairs of words denoted by numbers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks .n the sentence in the same sequence to make it, meaningfully complete.
Q11.The Vidhan Sabha voted ____ the ban __________ drinking.
1) invoke, for 2) revoke, of 3) prohibit, prevented 4) repeal, on 5) refrain, from p
Q12.Our army is __________ __________the border of the neighbouring country.
1) posted, with 2) accumulated, for 3) assembled, at 4) deployed, along 5) ﬁghting, on
Q13.The teacher __________ his students __________ being late to school.
1) shouted, at 2) reprimanded, for 3) reminded, with 4) narrated, of 5) taught, for
Q14.The dimensions of the __________ are known and the solution is __________ on.
1) problem, agreed 2) theory, dealt 3) measures, decided 4) risks, tempered 5) danger, looked
Q15.There is so much __________ between the two sisters that it is __________ to know one from the other.
1) resemblance, difficult 2) identity, impossible 3) equality, easy 4) disparity, undesirable
5) similarity, obvious
1. (4) 2. (2) 3. (5) 4. (3) 5. (1) 6. (1) 7. (3) 8. (5) 9. (1) 10. (2) 11. (4) 12. (4) 13. (2) 14. (1) 15. (1)
Computer – Quiz
Q1. What is the meaning of “Pixel” in terms computer technology?
A) A computer program that draws picture B) A picture stored in secondary memory C) The smallest resolvable part of a picture
D) An application software just like Photoshop E) None of these
Q2. Personal computers used a number of chips mounted on a main circuit board. What is the common name for such boards?
A) Daughterboard B) Black Box C) Father board D) Dashboard E) Motherboard
Q3. Which of the following is not an output device?
A) Plotter B) Printer C) Speaker D) Touch Screen E) Plotter
Q4. UNIVAC was a first generation computer. What is the full form of the term “UNIVAC”?
A) Universal Advanced Computer B) Universal Array Computer C) Unique Automatic Computer
D) Unvalued Automatic Computer E) None of these
Q5. Which computer memory is used for storing programs and data currently being processed by the CPU?
A) Mass memory B) Internal memory C) Non-volatile memory D) PROM E) None of these
Q6. Who invented the high level language C?
A) Dennis M. Ritchie B) Niklaus Writh C) Seymour Papert D) Donald Kunth E) Larry Page
Q7. Which of the following is not a type of Software
A) System Software B) Application Software C) Utility Software D) Entertainment Software
E) Multimedia Software
Q8. Which of the following is not the classification of computers based on application?
A) Electronic Computers B) Analog Computers C) Digital Computers D) Hybrid Computers E) Mini Computers
Q9. Which characteristic of computer distinguishes it from electronic calculators?
A) Accuracy B) Storage C) Versatility D) Automatic E) None of these
Q10. A/n _____ Device is any device that provides information, which is sent to the CPU
A) Input B) Output C) CPU D) Memory E) Processing
1.C 2. E 3. D 4. E 5. B 6. A 7. D 8. A 9. C 10. B