Quant Mix Quiz

1. Present ages of Arti and Swati are in the ratio of 5 : 4 respectively. Three years hence, the ratio of their ages will become 11 : 9 respectively. What is Swati’s present age in years?
A)24         B) 25         C) 28          D) 30          E) None of these.

2. My brother is 3 years elder to me. My father was 28 years of age when my sister was born while my mother was 26 years of age when I was born. If my sister was 4 years of age when my brother was born, then what was the age my father when my brother was born?
A)48         B) 42           C) 35           D) 32          E) None of these.

3. A bank offers 10% interest rate compounded annually. A person deposits Rs. 20,000 every year in his account. If he does not withdraw any amount, then how much balances will his account show after four years?
A)102102            B) 102050        C) 105065         D) 102520           E) None of these.

4. A large tanker can be filled by two pipes A and B in 60 minutes and 40 minutes respectively. How many minutes will it take to fill the tanker from empty state if B is used for half  the time and A and B fill it together for the other half?
A)45 min        B) 30 min.           C) 35 min.          D) 42 min.          E) None of these.

5. The profit earned after selling an article for Rs. 524 is the same as the loss incurred after selling the article for Rs. 436. What is the cost price of the article? 
A) 480           B) Rs. 510           C) Rs. 600           D) Rs. 750           E) None of these

6. In an examination there are 30 question. I mark is given for each correct answer and 0.25 marks is deducted for each incorrect answer. Mohan attempted all the questions and scored 13.75 marks. How many incorrect answers did he give? 
A)10           B) 11           C) 12          D) 13         E) None of these

7. Mr.Sharma  invests 13% of his monthly salary on mutual funds and the amont is Rs. 305500. Later he invests 9% of his monthly salary on pension policies. Also, he invests another 29% of his monthly salary on insurance policies. What is the total monthly amount invested by Mr. Sharma? 
A) 22 lakh             B) Rs. 12.5 lakh            C) Rs. 1198500            D) Rs. 6.50 lakh           E) None of these

8. In how many different ways can the word GALOTIA be arranged? 
A)1870            B) 2080              C) 2110          D) 2520           E) None of these

9. The ratio of the earnings of A to B is 4 :5. If the earnings of A increase by 20% and the earnings of B decrease by 20%, the new ratio of their earnings becomes 6 : 5. What are A’s earnings? 
A) 20000                B) Rs. 15010            C) Rs. 5000          D) Can’t be determined              E) None of these

10. What would be the compound interest occurred on an amount of Rs. 6850 at the rate of 14% per annum in 2 years? 
A) 1820.65             B) Rs. 2260.85           C) Rs. 2020.26        D) Rs. 2052.26          E) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1. A           2. D        3. A        4. B          5. A           6. D          7. C        8. D         9. D      10.D
1. let Arti age is 5x and Swati age is 4x
after 3 year
(5x+3)/(4x+3)= 11/9
on solving x=6
So Swati Present Age = 4*6= 24 year.

2. Let my age = x
ThenMy brother’s age = x + 3
My mother’s age = x + 26
My sister’s age = (x + 3) + 4 = x + 7
My Father’s age = (x + 7) + 28 = x + 35
Age my father when my brother was born = x + 35 – (x + 3) = 32

3. Rs.20000 after 4 years =20000(1+10/100)^4==Rs. 29282
Rs.20000 after 3 years=20000(1+10/100)^3=Rs. 26620
Rs. 20000 after 2 years =20000(1+10/100)^2=Rs. 24200
Rs.20000 after 1 year =20000(1+10/100)=Rs. 22000
Total amount after 4 years = 29282 + 26620 + 24200 + 22000 = Rs. 102102

4. Part filled by pipe A in 1 minute = 1/60
Part filled by pipe B in 1 minute = 1/40
Part filled by both pipes A and pipe B in 1 minute = 1/60+1/40=1/24
Suppose the tank is filled in x minutes
Then, To fill the tanker from empty state, B is used for x/2 minutes and A and B is used for the rest x/2 minutes
So X/2*1/40 + x/2*1/24=1
on solving x= 30 min

5. cost price = (524 + 436)/2 = 960/2 = Rs. 480

6. Let the number of questions attempted by Mohan with correct answers be x. Then, total marks obtained for correct answers = x * 1 = x
And the number of questions attempted by Mohan with incorrect answers = 30 – x.
Total marks deducted for incorrect answers = (30 – x)/4
Now, x – (30-x)/4 = 13.75
Or, 4x + x = 13.75 + 30 = 55 + 30 = 85 or, 5x = 85
x = 85/5 = 17
Incorrect answers = 30 – 17 = 13

7. Let the monthly income be Rs. X
Then, (x * 13)/100 = 305500
x = (305500 * 100)/13 = Rs. 2350000
Now, total monthly amount invested by Mr. Sharma = 29 + 9 + 13 = 51%
So, 51% of 2350000= (51*2350000)/100 = Rs. 1198500

8. Here in the given word GALOTIA, there are seven letters, where A appears twice. Hence the rqd number of ways
= 7!/2! = 3 * 4 * 5 * 6 * 7 = 2520

9. Can’t determined.

10. Rs. 2052.26


Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1 – 6) : In this question are given four statements followed by five conclusions, one of which definitely does not logically follow (or is not a possibility of occurrence) from the given statements. That conclusion is your answer. 
(Note : You have to take the four given statements to be true even it they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusion logically does not follow from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.)  

Q1. Statement : No toy is a doll.      All guns are boys.             All houses are dolls.                 All dolls are baskets. 
Conclusions:  1) All baskets are toys.            2) No gun is a  house.                  3) All guns being baskets is a possibility.
4) All houses are baskets.              5) No doll is a gun.

Q2. Statement : Some logics are reasons.           All reasons are arguments.           All arguments are fights.          
No fight is a discussion. 
Conclusion: 1) All discussions being logic is a possibility.       2) No discussions is an argument.
3) All logics being discussion is possibility.     4) All reasons are fights.               5) No reason is a discussion.

Q3. Statement : All references are mails.           All mentions are references.                All comments are mentions. 
No mail is a declaration. 
Conclusion: 1) No reference is a declaration.          2) All comments are mails.          3) No mention is a declaration.
4) All declarations being comments is a possibility.           5) At least some mails are mentions.

Q4. Statement : Some moments are flashes.         All moments are seconds.          All flashes are instances.
No instance is an hour. 
Conclusion: 1) All hours being seconds is a possibility.           2) No second is a flash.           3) No hour is a flash.
4) At least  some moments are instances.           5) At least some seconds are instances.

Q5.Statement : All circles are spheres.         All spheres are rectangles.          No rectangle is pyramid.           No pyramid is a triangle.  
Conclusion: 1) At least some circles are pyramids.           2) All triangles being circles is a possibility.
3) All rectangles being triangles is a possibility.          4) At least some rectangles are circles.           5) No pyramid is a sphere.

Q6. Statement : No hotel is a model.        All motels are apartments.          All apartments are inns.           No inn is a guesthouse. 
1) All hotels being inns is a possibillity.           2) No motel is a guesthouse.            3) All hotels being apartments is a possiblity.
4) No motel is an inn.         5) No guesthouse is an apartment.

Directions (7 – 12) : Study the following information and answer the questions.
Seven friends, namely L, M, N, O, P, Q and R. like different animated movies, namely Finding Nemo, Rio, Frozen, Up, Lion King, Shrek and Cars, but not necessarily in the same order. Each friend also has a presentation on topics of different subjects, namely Civics, History, English, Geography, Chemistry, Physics and Biology but not necessarily in the same order. 
Q has a presentation on Civics and likes neither Frozen nor Up. The one who likes Finding Nemo has a presentation on History. L likes Rio and has a presentation neither on Geography nor on Chemistry. The one who likes Cars has a presentation on Biology. M has a presentation on Physics and does  not like Up. The one who likes Up does not have a presentation on Chemistry. O likes Lion King. R does not have a presentation on History and does not like Up. P does not like up.  

Q7. On which of the following subjects does P have a presentation? 
1) Chemistry               2) English               3) Biology             4) Other than those given as options.          5) Geography

Q8. Four of the following five form a group as per the given arrangement. Which of the following does not belong to that group? 
1) R – Cars                2) Q – Shrek               3) N – Up           4) M – Frozen               5) P – Rio

Q9. Which of the following combinations is definitely correct? 
1) N – chemistry                2) R – History                3) L – English           4) All the given combinations are definitely correct
5) P – Geography

Q10. Which of the following combinations of movie and subject is definitely correct with respect to N?
1) Up – Chemistry                2) Other than those given as options.          3) Shrek – Geography
4) Up – Geography               5) Finding Nemo – History

Q11. Four of the following five form a group as per the given arrangement. Which of the following  does not belong to that group?
1) Biology – Cars                2) Chemistry – Lion King          3) Civics – Shrek           4) English – Frozen        5) Geography – Up

Q12. Which of the following movies does Q like? 
1) Shrek             2) Other than those given as options.          3) Finding Nemo           4) Lion king                5) Cars

Directions (Q. 13 -15) : In the given questions, assuming the given statements to be true. Find which of the given four conclusions numbered  I, II, III, and IV is/ are definitely true and give your answer accordingly. 

Q13. Statement : S > M ≥ D > H ≤ R ≤ T < W
Conclusions : 
I. S > H              II. W > H              III. R < W              IV. M > T
1) Only I, II and III are true.          2) Only II is true.           3) Only I and II are ture           4) Only I and either II or IV are true.
5) All I, II, III and IV are true.

Q14. Statement : M > U > L ≤ N; L ≥ Y > A
Conclusions :  I. Y < N             II. M > N             III. N = Y             IV. M > A
1) Only either II or III is true.          2) Only IV and either I or III are true.          3) Only IV is true.           4) Only II is true.
5) Only III is true.

Q15. Statement : J ≥ A > D = E; L < A < M 
Conclusions :  I. M < J             II. J > L             III. D > L             IV. E < M
1) Only II is true           2) Only I and III are true.          3) None is true.           4) Only II and IV are true.          5) Only I and II are true.

Answer & Explanation

1. 1

2. 3

3. 4
4. 2
5. 1
6. 4

OLion KingChemistry
PFinding NemoHistory

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


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 first proposal I submitted for my dissertation at UCLA was to write a theory of personality. My chairman, a kindly man, smiled (1) and told me that perhaps this was a bit ambitious for a young graduate student.
(2), I accepted his verdict and changed my topic, but not my desire. It (3) later, when I had a chance to
begin to (4) a theory in my research on group dynamics for the Navy during the Korean War. As I (5) on the reasons for the persistence of my interest in the overarching theory, I had an (6) memory. When I was around eight years old, I was a (7) baseball fan, as was my father. My hero was Lou Gohrig. I would approach my father in an attempt to prove to him how good Gohrig really was: “He hit 363, had 49 home runs, batted in 165 runs. He’s terrific!” My father’s response caught me off guard: “Yes, but he can’t field.” I wasn’t prepared for that. From then on, my way of (8) with my father’s responses was to make sure I knew everything about any topic I wanted to talk to him about. Partly as a (9), I became a holist. I had to make sure I had (l0) for everything. 

Q1. 1) usually  2) profusely           3) benignly           4) abruptly          5) decidedly

Q2. 1) Indolently  2) Skilfully   3) Enchanted           4) Constrained          5) Chagrined

Q3. 1) lamented  2) resurfaced            3) appreciated           4) provided          5) projected

Q4. 1) inject  2) involve           3) exhibit           4) formulate          5) establish

Q5. 1) pondered      2) evaluated            3) developed           4) perfected          5) appreciated

Q6. 1) interesting  2) obvious           3) engulfing           4) esteemed          5) evolving

Q7. 1) precarious  2) haunting           3) deliberate           4) pervasive          5) rabid

Q8. 1) patience  2) alliance           3) influence           4) coping          5) questioning

Q9. 1) custom  2) capacity           3) defence           4) preference          5) posterity

Q10.1) consideration  2) accounted           3) longing           4) regard          5) established 

Directions(11- 15): Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) It takes its recourse to progressive march towards perfection.
(B) But, one may conclude, while science is inclined towards reason, spiritualism is the essence of religion.
(C) In religion deviation from the set course is permissible, though some more rationalistic religious leaders also allow questioning and their satisfactory answers.
(D) Many people believe that science and religion are contrary to each other.
(E) The tools of religion, on the other hand, are faith, intuition, and the spoken word of the enlightened.
(F) The method of science is observation, experiment and experience.
(G) There is no doubt that the methods of science and religion are different.

Q11. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence?
1) F           2) E           3) D           4) B           5) G

Q12. Which the following will be the FOURTH sentence?
1) B           2) A           3) D           4) F           5) C

Q13. Which of the following will be the LAST sentence?
1)C           2)A           3)D           4)B           5)E

Q14. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence?
1) C           2) B           3) D           4) F           5) A

Q15. Which of the following will be the SIXTH sentence?
1) C          2) F           3) A           4) G           5) D


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


Computer Quiz

Q1. Which device can understand difference between data & programs?
A) Input device B) Output device C) Memory          D) Microprocessor          E) None of these

Q2. MSI is the abbreviation of
A) Medium Scale Integrated B) Medium System Integrated C) Medium Scale Intelligent          D) Medium System Intelligent          E) None of these

Q3. High level language is also called
A) Problem oriented language B) Business oriented language C) Mathematically oriented language          D) All of the above          E) None of these

Q4. Which of the following is correct full form of BCD?
A) Binary Coded Decimal B) Bit Coded Decimal C) Binary Coded Digit          D) Bit Coded Digit          E) None of these

Q5. Which is the limitation of high level language?
A) Lower efficiency B) Machine dependence C) Machine level coding          D) All of the above          E) None of these

Q6. Daisy wheel printer is a type of
A) Matrix printer B) Impact printer C) Laser printer          D) Manual printer          E) None of these

Q7. Magnetic tape can serve as
A) Secondary storage media B) Output media C) Input media          D) All of the above          E) None of these

Q8. The language that the computer can understand and execute is called
A) Machine language          B) Application software          C) System program          D) All of above          E) None of these

Q9. What is an interpreter?
A) An interpreter does the conversion line by line as the program is run
B) An interpreter is the representation of the system being designed
C) An interpreter is a general purpose language providing very efficient execution
D) All of the above
E) None of these

Q10. What is a compiler?
A) A compiler does a conversion line by line as the program is run
B) A compiler converts the whole of a higher level program code into machine code in one step
C) A compiler is a general purpose language providing very efficient execution
D) All of the above
E) None of these


1. Microprocessor
2. Medium Scale Integrated
3. All of the above
4. Binary Coded Decimal
5. Lower efficiency
6. Impact printer
7. Secondary storage media
8. Machine language
9. An interpreter is the representation of the system being designed
10.A compiler converts the whole of a higher level program code into machine code in one step

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