QUIZ 75

Quant Quiz

Q1.The average age of a man and his son is 45 years. The ratio of their ages is 5 : 1. What is the difference between the ages of the man and his son?
a)40 years               b)60 years               c)55 years               d)45 years               e)None of these

Q2.The difference between 41% of a number and 15% of the same number is 390. What is 33% of the number?
a)360               b)495               c)490               d)150               e)395

Q3.The inner diameter of a well is 18meters. If the well is 28 metres deep then what is its volume?
a)7218 cu m               b)7282 cu m               c)7128 cu m               d)7028 cu               e)None of these

Q4.If a commission of 10% is given on MP of book ,the publisher gains 20% if the commission is increase to 15% the gain % is ?
a) 40/3             b) 10               c) 20               d) 15               e) None of these

Q5.A takes 2 hr more than B to walk D km .if A double his speed than he can make it in 1 hr less than B. how much time does B require for walking D km?
a)4 hr               b)1 hr            c)2.5 hr                 d)1.5hr                e)3hr

Q6.The circumferences two concentric circles are 186m and 142m. What is difference between their radii?
a)7m               b)10m               c)11m               d)8m               e)14m

Q7.In a class of 45 students and 8 teachers, each student got sweets that are 20% of the total number of students and each teacher got sweets that are 40% of the total number of students. How many sweets were there?
a)484               b)549               c)600               d)449               e)550

Q8.There are two examinations rooms A and B. If 10 students are sent from A to B, then the number of students in each room is the same. If 20 candidates are sent from B to A, then the number of students in A is double the number of students in B. The number of students in room A is:
a).20                b).80               c)100                d).200               e) None of these

Q9.A.train covers a distance of 880 km in 16 hours. What is the average speed of the car, if the speed of the car is 30% less than the speed of the train?
a)71.5 kmph               b)60 kmph               c)38.5 kmph               d)40 kmph               e)37.5 kmph

Q10.A is 30% more efficient than B. How much time will they, working together, take to complete a job which A alone could have done in 23 days?
a) 11 days             b) 13 days               c) 20 days               d) 15 days               e) None of these

Q11.A does half as much work as B in three-fourth of the time. If together they take 18 days to
complete the work, how much time shall B take to do it?
a) 30 days             b) 40 days               c) 15 days               d)24 days               e) None of these

Direction (12-13):Find the approximate value should come in the question mark ?

Q12. 12591/39. 8+933/13-12.86*14.2+135=?
a) 340             b) 330               c) 325               d)350               e)355

Q13.  33% of 1235+917/12-129% of 765+682=?
a) 160             b) 180               c) 200               d) 210               e)225

Q14.In simultaneous throw of two coins,the probability of getting at least one head is:
a) 1/2             b) 2/3               c) 3/4               d) 1/3               e)None of these

Q15.A bag contains 6 black balls and 8 white balls. one ball is drawn at random.what is the probability that the ball drawn is white:
a) 4/7             b) 3/4               c) 4/5               d)1/8               e)None of these

Answer & Explanation

1.b

3=45

1=15

4=60

2.b

3.c           

V=Pie r^2h

=22/7*9^2*28=7128

4.a

Let M.P=100

SP1=90

CP=90*100/120=75

SP2=85

P%=10/75*100=40/3

5.a

Let time taken by B =t

so time taken by A=t+2

when speed of A is double then time taken by A=(t+2)/2

so,(t+2)/2= t-1

t=4 hr

6.a

7.b

Numbers of sweets got by students = 45*9=405

Numbers of sweets got by teachers = 8*18=144

Recquired Sweets=405+144=549

8.c Let numbers of students in A and B are x and y

x-10=y+10

x-y=20…….(1)

(x+20)/(y-20)=2

x-2y=-60…….(2)

From above Eq.

x=100

9.c

Speed of train=880/16*70/100=38.5

10.b

13 A

10 B

Total work=13*23

Recquired time=13*23/23=13 days

11.a

Let B has done the work in x days

A/2=3/4x

A=3/2x days

2/3x+1/x=1/18

x=30 days

12.a

13.b

14.c

n(E)=HT,TH,HH

P(E)=3/4

15.a

8/14=4/7

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q.1-5) Some statements are given followed by some conclusions. You have to consider the statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the following conclusions if any, follow from the given statements:

Q1.Statements: All caps are cows.
Some cows are cup
Some cat are cups
No cat is caps
Conclusion: (I) Some cows are not cat
(II) All cat being cows is a possibility
(III) some cups are not caps
1) Only (i) and (iii) follow                 2) only (iii) follow               3) Only (i) and (ii) follow               4) All follow                 5) None of these

Q2.Statements: Some G are I
Some H are I 
Some H are M
No M is I
Conclusion: (I) All H being I is a possibility
(II) Some G are not M
(III) Some G being M is a possibility
1) Only (i) and (iii) follow                 2) only (iii) follow               3) Only (i) and (ii) follow                4) All follow                 5) None of these

Q3.Statements: All exams are boring 
No exam is interesting 
Some exams are important
No important is interesting
Conclusion: (I) All important being boring is a possibility
(II) All interesting being boring is a possibility
(III) Some boring are not interesting
1) Only (i) and (iii) follow                 2) only (iii) follow               3) Only (i) and (ii) follow                4) All follow                 5) None of these

Q4.Statements: All jugs are jars 
No Jar is bowl 
Some bowls are useless 
Some useless are jugs
Conclusion: (I) All useless being jar is a possibility
(II) All  useless being bowls is a possibility
(III) Some useless are not bowl
1) Only (i) and (iii) follow                 2) only (iii) follow               3) Only (i) and (ii) follow               4) All follow                 5) None of these

Q5.Statements: All sweets are laddu
No laddu is barfi
All barfi is jalebi 
Some jalebi is sweets.
Conclusion: (I) Some jalebi is not laddu
(II) Some laddu is sweets
(III) All laddu being sweets is a possibility
1) Only (i) and (iii) follow                 2) only (iii) follow               3) Only (i) and (ii) follow               4) All follow                 5) None of these

Directions (6-10) : Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below —
A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven members of a family. Three of them are women. There are two married couples in the family. Each of them has a different profession – architect, lawyer, doctor, teacher, engineer, manager and singer but not necessarily in the same order.B is a lawyer and married to F who is a manager. A is brother of G who is an architect. C is a doctor and she is an unmarried woman. D is a teacher and is sister of G. E is not an engineer.

Q6.Which of the following combinations is definitely true ?
(1)B-Male-Manager                (2)B-Female- Lawyer                 (3)C-Female-Singer               (4)E-Male-Singer               (5)D-Male-Architect

Q7.Which of the following combination represents pair of two husbands of married couples ?
(1) BG                 (2) AF               (3) BE                 (4) Data insufficient               (5) None of these

Q8.What is the profession of E ?
(1) Doctor                 (2) Singer               (3) Teacher                 (4) Data insufficient                 (5) None of these

Q9.What is the profession of A ?
(1)Engineer                 (2)Singer                 (3)Engineer or Singer               (4)Data insufficient               (5)None of these

Q10.Which of the following pairs is a married couple ?
(1) BG                 (2) AG               (3) AC                 (4) Data insufficient                 (5) None of these

Answers

1.(4)            2.(5)            3.(4)            4.(2)            5.(4)            6.(4)            7.(4)            8.(2)            9.(1)            10.(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.
Studies (1) the impact of computer models to support policy—making processes in organizations have (2) that client involvement in the model-building process is often a (3) for effective model-building. One important reason is that the process of model-building is frequently more important than the resulting model. Model-building itself is largely a (4) process about the problem. Most (5) about the characteristics of an ill- structured problem are gained during the (6) process of designing a computer model, rather than after the model is finished. Another important reason is that most information in an organization (7) in the mental models of organization members. To support policy- making in organization it is this knowledge which needs to be (8) and represented in the model. An important topic in client-oriented or (9) model building thus becomes the (10) of relevant knowledge contained in the mental models of participants

Q1.  1) evaluating               2) focusing               3) projecting               4) advocating               5) directing

Q2. 1) devised               2) exhibited               3) convinced               4) attributed               5) indicated

Q3. 1) support               2) valuation               3) prerequisite               4) material               5) blueprint

Q4. 1) valuable               2) durable               3) tedious               4) learning               5) critical

Q5. 1) thinking               2) insights               3) planning               4) appreciation               5) opinion

Q6. 1) elongated               2) concentrated 3               3) iterative               4) evolving               5) consummate

Q7. 1) resides               2) follows               3) settles               4) lies               5) committed

Q8. 1) extended               2) bisected               3) subjected               4) captured               5) attributed

Q9. 1) revolving               2) interactive               3) dogmatic               4) accentuated               5) formative

Q10. 1) demarcation               2) formation               3) proliferation               4) association               5) elicitation

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. 1) The third season of / 2) the popular television show will ends/ 3) on a grand note with / 4) celebrities dancing and having fun / 5) No error.

Q12. 1) The website which does not / 2) accept advertisements and is funded / 3) entirely by donations, describes itself / 4) as fifth most popular website on the planet / 5) No error.

Q13. 1) As sharing crime- statistics for / 2) the year 2011, the Commissioner admitted that / 3) there had been an undue delay in / 4) the setting up of an anti- narcotics cell. / 5) No error.

Q14. 1) The moon may be the best place / 2) to look for aliens as there / 3) footprints on their surface would / 4) last far longer than radio signals 5) No error.

Q15. 1) The company aims / 2) to nearly double / 3) its revenues on the back / 4) of a strongest product pipeline / 5) No error.

Answers

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

11. (2); Replace ‘ends’ with ‘end’.

12. (4); Replace ‘website’ with ‘one.’

13. (1); Replace ‘as’ with ‘while’.

14. (3); Replace ‘their’ with ‘its’.

15. (4); Replace ‘Strongest’ with ‘Strong’.

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. __________ can interpret voice data into words that can be understood by the computer.

a) Speech input software             b) Talking software               c) Word recognition software               d) Speech recognition software               e) None of these
Different components on the motherboards of a PC unit are linked together by sets of parallel electrical conducting lines. What re these  lines called?

a) Conductors             b) Buses               c) Connectors                d) Consecutive               e) None of these

Q3. Which of these does not form the part of the CPU?

a) Register             b) ALU               c) SMPS               d) Control unit               e) None of these

Q4. Email __________ is email activity in which the sender address and other parts of the email header are altered to appear as though the email header are altered to appear as though the email originated from a different source.

a) Spoofing             b) Phishing               c) Spooling                d) Hacking               e) None of these

Q5. What is considered as the “Backbone” of the World Wide Web?

a) Uniform Resource locator (URL)        b) Hypertext mark-up language (HTML)           c) Hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP)

d) File transfer protocol (FTP)              e) None of these

Q6. The term ________ designates equipment that might be added to a computer system to enhance, its functionality

a) Digital device              b) System add-on               c) disk pack               d) Peripheral device               e) None of these

Q7. The ability of an operating system to control the activities of multiple programs at the same time is called ______
a) Multitasking               b) Multi-processing                 c) Multi-operating               d) Multi-paging               e) None of these

Q8. The internet began with the development of –

a) USENET             b) ARPANET               c) Ethernet               d) Intranet               e) None of these

Q9. Which processes checks to ensure the components of the computer and operating are connected properly?

a) Booting             b) Processing                c) Saving                d) Staring               e) None of these

Q10. Archive is what type of storage –

a) Backup storage               b) Forward operation               c) Primary storage               d) All the above               e) None of these
Answers

1. Speech recognition software
2. Buses
3. SMPS
4. Spoofing
5. Hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP)
6. Peripheral device
7. Multitasking
8. ARPANET
9. Booting
10. Backup storage

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.