# QUIZ 74

### Quant Mix Quiz

Q1.A positive number is by mistake divided by 6 instead of being multiplied by 6 What is the % error on the basis of correct answer?
A.) 30           B.) 97           C.) 80           D.) 100           E.) None of these

Q2.Due to increase of 30% of price of cinema tickets the sale is reduced by 40%, then what will be the % change in income?
A.) 50% decrease           B.) 50 % increase           C.) 22% decrease           D.) 22% increase           E.) None of these

Q3.The ratio of salaries of Mehta and Dixit is 20:21 by what % is Dixit’s  salary greater than that of Mehta?
A.) 5           B.) 10           C.) 15           D.) 20           E.) None of these

Q4.The Price of clock imported from Switzerland was Rs. 1200, Due to devaluation of rupee, it’s value increased to 2100.What is the % increase in the price of the clock due to devaluation of rupee?
A.) 25%           B.) 50%           C.) 75%           D.) 100%           E.) None of these.

Q5.The Selling price of 12 pens is equal to cost price of 20 pens. Find the Profit  ?
A.) 50%           B.) 66.66%            C.) 11.11%            D.) 14.28%            E.) None of these

Q6.The Indian cricket team played 25 one-day matches in a particular season of an year and  won 40% of  their matches, A new coach was then brought in , who wanted the success rate of 75% of the matches played by the end of the year. How many minimum no. of matches more should be played so as to achieve the target?
A.) 35           B.) 40           C.) 50           D.) 60           E.) None of these

Q7.In a election there are two candidates a and B, B got 50% of the votes that A got. Had A got  200 votes less, there would have been a tie. How many cast their votes at all?
A.) 1500           B.) 1200           C.) 1000           D.) 900           E.) None of these

Q8.Bhupesh sold an article  marked at  4000  after four successive discounts of 10%, 15%, 20% and 25%, instead if he sold it 30% discount, he would  have realized
A.) 964 more           B.) 964 less           C.) 800 more           D.) 1000 more           E.) None of these

Q9. The population of a village is 7500. 42% of the population are females and rest males. The total no. of literate person in the village is 2370 while there are 90 more male literates compared to female literate. What is the % of  literate males out of total number of males in village?
A.) 30%           B.) 35%           C.) 40%           D.) 50%           E.) None of these

Q10. A, B and C invest in a partnership in the ratio 4:7:11, if the end of the Profit was distributed in the ratio 24: 35: 77, then find the ratio of the time they invested?
A.) 7:11:5           B.) 6:5:7           C.) 7:5:11           D.) 6:5:11           E.)  None of these

1)  B           2)  C           3)  A           4)  C           5)  B           6)  A           7)  B           8)  A           9)  C           10)B

Solution

1) % error= (6-1/6)/6 * 100 = 97%

2) 30 -40-30*40/100 = 30-52 = -22
So 22% decrease.

3) (21- 20)/20 * 100 = 5%

4) (2100-1200)/1200 * 100 = 75%

5) (20-12)/12 * 100 = 66.66%

6) 25*40/100= 10;
10+x/ 40+x = 75/100
on solving x= 35

7) let B got x votes, then A got 2x, now 2x-200 = x+200
x=400
total votes= x+2x= 3x = 1200

8) S.P.= 90/100 * 85/100 * 80/100 * 75/100 * 4000 = 1836
if he sold at 30% discount then S.P = 4000*70/100 =2800
so he will realized 2800 – 1836 = 964 more

9). No. of females = 7500*0.42 = 3150
No. of males = 7500-3150 =4350
let literate male and female are x and y respectively.
x+y= 2370
difference of illiterate male and female =90
So (4350-x)- (3150-y) = 90
on solving x-y = 1110
x= 1740
required % = 1740/4350 * 100 = 40%

10. let the time ratio will be p:q:r
so 4p:7q:11r= 24:35:77
on solving p:q:r= 6:5:7

### Reasoning Quiz

Q1. How many meaningful words can be made from the letters ‘DEIV’ using each letter only once?
(1) None             (2) One           (3) Two             (4) Three           (5) More than three

Q2. If Star is called Planet, Planet is called Satellite, Satellite is called Galaxy, Galaxy is called Comet then Earth is classified under which category?
1. Galaxy              2. Comet           3. Planet              4. Star           5. Satellite

Q3. In a certain code, ROPE is written as %57\$ , DOUBT is written as35#8*  and LIVE is written as@24\$ . How is TROUBLE written in that code?
(1) *%5#*@\$           (2) @%#58@\$           (3) *%5#8@4           (4) *%#58\$@           (5) None of these

Q4. If in the number 589463271 all the odd digits are first arranged in ascending order and then all the even digits are arranged in ascending order, which digit will be second to the right of fifth digit from the right end?
(1) 5              (2) 6           (3) 2              (4) 4           (5) None

Q5. If the letters of the word VERTICAL arranged alphabetically, how many letters will remain at the same position?
(1) Four              (2) Three           (3) Two             (4) One           (5) None

Q6. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word EXAMINATION, each of which has as many letters between them in the word, as they have in the English alphabet?
(1) None              (2) One           (3) Two             (4) Three           (5) More than three

Q7. If it is possible to make a three-digit number from the third, the fifth and the sixth digits of the number 30651972, using each digit only once which is the square of an odd number the last digit of that three-digit number is your answer. If no such number can be formed your answer is 4 and if more than one such number can be formed your answer is 8.
(1) 1              (2) 9           (3) 6             (4) 4           (5) 8

Q8.  If it possible to make only one meaningful word from the third, the sixth, the ninth and the tenth letters of the word PARENTHESIS, using each letter only once, last letter of the word is your answer. If no such word can be formed your answer is X and if more than one such word can be formed your answer is Y.
(1) R              (2) T              (3) S           (4) X              (5) Y

Q9. Four of the following two are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?
(1) Iron              (2) Silver             (3) Copper           (4) Mercury              (5) Aluminium

Q10. In a certain code HUMANITY is written as BNVIZUJO. How is EQUATION written in that code?
(1) BVRFJPQ              (2) BVRFOPJU           (3) BUVJPRFO             (4) BVJURFPO           (5) None of these

1. (4): Words that can be formed are:  DIVE, DEVI and VIDE.

2. (5)

3. (5)

4. (4): According to the given condition, the arrangement we get is

1  3  5  7  9  2  4  6  8

5. (5):

V E R T I C A L

A C E I L R T V

None will remain at same position.

6. (3): There are two such pairs i.e. EI and ON.

7. (5)

8. (1)

9. (4)

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.
The study of accountancy is (1) in demand in the view of (2) of greater complexity in our business organization. Formerly a (3) of day-to—day income and expenditure was more than (4). A business organization today has to (5) a clear account of the (6) it uses, the amounts that are owing to it, the amount that it owes to others, the proﬁt or loss it has made and the (7) it employs. Without a scientiﬁc (8) of accounting no businessman can be fully (9) of his real (10) position and run his organization.

Q1.  1) progressing             2) getting             3) powering             4) moving             5) growing

Q2. 1) demand              2) growth             3) status             4) position           5) slackness

Q3. 1) mixture              2) map              3) measure             4) record           5) transaction

Q4. 1) sufficient             2) anticipated             3) expected             4) required           5) necessary

Q5. 1) gather              2) observe             3) maintain             4) organize           5) assimilate

Q6. 1) manpower             2) infrastructure           3) money             4) resources           5) capabilities

Q7. 1) capital              2) strength             3) authority             4) strategies           5) principles

Q8.1) way              2) plan              3) system             4) goal           5) purpose

Q9.1) Ignorant             2) alert              3) prepared             4) vigilant           5) aware

Q10.1) administrative             2) ﬁnancial              3) capacity             4) business           5) hierarchical
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. The management is 1)/ not willing to 2)/ make no concession 3)/ to the employee’s demands. 4)/ No error 5)

Q12. The company has launched 1)/ a creative marketing campaign 2)/ to reach for 3)/ its rural customers. 4)/ No error 5)

Q13. After her retiring 1)/ she established many 2)/ institutions to train 3)/ underprivileged but talented children. 4)/ No error 5)

Q14. Against his family’s wishes 1)/ Rajesh plans to 2)/ take up a job 3)/ as a journalist. 4)/ No error 5)

Q15. The candidate has appealed 1)/ donations from younger voters. 2)/ who will be used 3)/ to defray campaign expenses. 4)/ No error 5)

1. (5)           2. (1)           3. (4)           4. (1)           5. (3)           6. (3)           7. (1)           8. (3)           9. (5)           10. (2)
11. (3); substitute ‘any’ for ‘no’
12. (3); delete ‘for’
13. (1); replace ‘retirement’ with ‘retiring’
14. (1); use singular ‘wish’
15. (3); substitute ‘which’ for ‘who’

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Small application programs that run on a web page and may ensure a form is completed properly or provide animation are known as ___________ ?
a) Flash         b) Spiders           c) Cookies           d) Applets           e) None of these

Q2. The copy command saves to ?
a) Microsoft Word         b) Desktop           c) Clipboard           d) Notepad           e) None of these

Q3. A single application that combines the major features of of several types of application is called as _______ ?
a) Integrated Software         b) A suite           c) A combo package           d) High end           e) None of these

Q4. The smallest unit of information a computer can understand and process is known as a _________ ?
a) digit         b) byte           c) bit            d) Kilobyte           e) None of these

Q5. The justification that aligns text on both margins of a document in Word is ___________ ?
a) Justify         b) Bold           c) Center            d) Right           e) None of these

Q6. A __________ is used to read handwritten or printed text to make a digital image that is stored in memory.
a) Printer         b) Laser beam            c) Scanner            d) Touchpad           e) None of these

Q7. Each cell in a Microsoft Office Excel document is referred to by its cell address, which is the ____________ ?
a) Cell’s column label         b) Cell’s column label and worksheet tab name           c) cell’s row label
d) Cell’s row and column labels         e) None of these

Q8. Which of these is not a means of personal communication on the internet?
a) Chat         b) Instant Messaging           c) Insta notes           d) Electronic mail           e) None of these

Q9. The letter and number of the computer what operations to perform is called a _______?
a) cell location         b) cell position            c) cell address           d) cell coordinates           e) None of these

Q10. A set of rules for telling the computer what operations to perform is called a ___________?
a) Procedural language           b) Structures           c) Natural language           d) Programming language           e) None of these