QUIZ 84

Quant Quiz

Q1.  2^2014 – 2^2013 = ?

A)2               B) 2^ 2014                C) 2^2013                D) 2^ 2000                E) None of these

Q2. Which number should come next in this series?

 25,24,22,19,15

A)4                B)  5                C)  10                D) 15                E) None of these.

Q3.  Which number should come next in this series?

 3,5,8,13,21,

A)25               B) 34                C) 35                D) 40                E) 45

Q4. A basket contains 15 apples and 10 oranges out of which 4 apples and 2 oranges are defective. If a person takes two fruits at random, what is the probability that either both are apples or both are good?

A)221/300               B) 1/2                C) 221/ 413                D) 23/ 300                E) None of these.

Q5.  A bag contains 4 blue, 5 white and 6 green balls. Two balls are drawn at random. What is the probability that one ball is white?

A)10/21               B) 13/25                C) 26/59                D) 49/59                E) None Of these.

Q6. A and B started a partnership business investing Rs. 20,000 and Rs. 15,000 respectively. C joined them with Rs. 20,000 After six months. Calculate B’s share in total profit of Rs. 25,000 earned at the end of 2 years from the starting of the business?

A)8000               B) 7500                C) 7600                D) 8500            E) None of these.

For Q(7-9) Find the odd one Out.

Q7.  1, 3, 9, 13, 19, 29

A)9         B) 13         C)  19            D) 29          E) None of these.

Q8. 1, 8, 27, 64, 125, 196, 216, 343

A)125          B) 196           C) 216          D) 343           E) None of these.

Q9. 362, 482, 551, 263, 344, 284

A)263           B) 344            C) 284          D) 362          E) None of these.

Q10.  The current of a stream runs at the rate of 2 km per hr. A motor boat goes 10 km upstream and back again to the starting point in 55 min. Find the speed of the motor boat in still water?

A.22 km/hr                B. 12 km/hr                C. 20 km/hr                D. 16 km/hr                E. None of these.

Answers

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

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions(1-6): In each of the questions/set of questions below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to assume everything in the statements to be true even i f they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the two given conclusions logically follows from the information given in the statement. Give answer

Q1.Statement: Some tyres are ropes. 

Some ropes are tents. 

Some tents are walls. 

Some walls are building. 

Conclusions: I. Some buildings are ropes.           II.me walls are ropes.            III. Some tents are tyres. 

1)  None follows                   2) only I follows                   3) Only II follows                 4) Only III follows                   5) Only I and II follow

Q2.Statement: Some beads are rings. 

Some rings are bangles. 

All bangles are cloths. 

All cloths are boxes. 

Conclusions: I. Some boxes are bangles.         II. Some clothes are rings.            III. Some bangles are beads. 

1)  None follows                   2) only I follows                   3) Only II follows                 4) Only III follows                   5) Only I and II follow

Q3.Statement: All chairs are fires.  

Some fires are winds. 

All winds are nets.  

Some nets are clocks. 

Conclusions: I. Some cloks are winds.            II. Some nets are fires.               III. some winds are chairs. 

1)  None follows                   2) only I follows                  3) Only II follows                    4) Only III follows                   5) Only I and II follow

Q4.Statement: All desks are pillars. 

All pillars are circles. 

Some circles are sqares.  

Some sqares are rectangles. 

Conclusions: I. Some rectangles are pillars.            II. Some circles are desks             III. Some squares are desks. 

1)  None follows                   2) only I follows                   3) Only II follows                 4) Only III follows                   5) Only I and II follow

Q5.Statements: All sticks are hammers. 

No hammer is dress.

Some dresses are doors. 

Some doors are cots

Conclusions: I. Some cots are hammers.           II. No cot is hammer.              III. Some dresses are sticks 

1) Only I follows                  2) only II follows                   3) Only III follows                 4) Only either I or II follow                5) Only either I or II and III follow

Q6.Statements: Some plates are knives. 

All knives are chains.           Some chains are wheels.          All Wheels are poles.

Conclusions: I. Some poles are chains.            II. Some  wheels are knives.               III. some chains are plates. 

1) Only I and II follow                2) only I and III follow                3) Only II and III follow                4) All I, II and III follow

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 1 – 5) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and K are sitting around a circle facing the centre. B is fourth to the left of G, who is second to the right of C. F is fourth to the right of C and is second to the left of K. A is fourth to the right of K. D is not an immediate  neighbor of either K or B. H is third to the right of E. 

Q7.In which of the following combinations is the third person sitting  between the first and the second persons?

1) EKB               2) CHB            3) AGC                 4) FGD                5) none of these

Q8.Who is the fourth to the left of E? 

1) A                2) C                3) G                4) Data inadequate                5) none of these

Q9.Who is second to the right of K? 

1) C              2) H            3) F                 4) E                5) Data inadequate

Q10.Who is the third to the right of H? 

1) A              2) D                3) G                 4) F                     5) none of these

Q11.Who is fourth to the right of D? 

1) K                     2) H                     3) E                 4) B                5) none of these

Directions (12-15): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

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 : 51 pour 32 start now 23 46 house

Step I : 23 51 pour 32 start now 46 house

Step II : 23 start 51 pour 32 now 46 house

Step III : 23 start 32 51 pour now 46 house

Step IV : 23 start 32 pour 51 now 46 house

Step V : 23 start 32 pour 46 51 now house

Step VI : 23 start 32 pour 46 now 51 house

and step VI is the last step of the rearrangement.

As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Q12.Step II of an input is :18 task bear cold dish 81 63 31 How many more steps will be required to complete the rearrangement ?

(1) Three             (2) Four                (3) Five                  (4) Six                (5) None of these

Q13.Input: ‘72 59 37 go for picnic 24 journey’. How many steps will take to complete the rearrangement?

(1) Three               (2) Four                (3) Five               (4) Six                (5) None of these

Q14.Input:’nice flower 34 12 costly height 41 56’ which of the following will be step III?

(1) 12 nice 34 height flower costly 41 56                (2) 12 nice 34 height 41 flower costly 56

(3) 12 nice 34 flower costly height 41 56                 (4) 12 nice flower 34 costly height 41 56                 (5) None of these

Q15.Step II of an input is: ‘16 victory 19 36 53 store lake town’. Which of the following will be step V?

(1) 16 victory 19 town store 36 53 lake                (2) 16 victory 19 town 36 store 53 lake

(3)16 victory 19 town 36 53 store lake                (4) There will be no such step

(5) None of these

Answers

1) 1          2) 5           3) 3            4) 3            5) 4           6) 2              7) 4        8) 1          9) 2               10) 3              11) 4              12) 3

13) 4         14) 1           15) 4

 

English Quiz

Directions: In each sentence below four words have been printed in bold which are numbered 1), 2), 3) and 4). One of these words may be misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Find out the wrongly spelt or inappropriate words. The number of that word is the answer. If all four words are correctly spelt and appropriate the answer is 5), ie ‘All correct.’

Q1. You will find their homes adourned 1)/ with pictures of Hindu deities 2)/ and their immense respect for Hindu gods and goddesses even 3)/ when their religious practices are Islamic 4)/. All correct 5).

Q2. Oppressive working conditions have 1)/ steadily improved in the last 6 months 2)/, but more must be done to reduce 3)/ the amount of overtime that employees work. 4)/ All correct 5).

Q3. If Shreya could seen 1)/ the powerful women 2)/ in her party now 3)/, she would probably be tickled 4)/. All correct 5).

Q4. Obviously, this goes way 1)/, way deeper than 2)/ social awkwordness 3)/ or inept phraseology. 4)/ All correct 5).

Q5. The musical faternity 1)/ at large does not feel it necessary to give karnatik music, 2)/ especially its compositional forms, 3)/ a purely aesthetic thought. 4)/ All correct 5).

Directions : Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F) and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.

A) In the forest, a pair of leopards are said to have destroyed 50 watermelons in a field in one night.

B) While most of them are carnivores, a few are exceptions like eating giant pandas.

C) Carnivores are meat-eaters.

D) Crocodiles aren’t the only carnivores to eat fruit, Jackals eat peanuts, dates and jamun.

E) The distinguishing character is not what they eat but the presence of claws, canines, and molars.

F) But the scientific classification of life forms includes an order of mammals called carnivora , a huge group of weasels, civets, dogs, cats, bears, mongooses and seals.

G) Brown palm civets live on a predominantly fruit diet, earning it the distinction of being one of the most frugivorous carnivores in the world, Frugivorous carnivore sounds like a contradiction.

Q6. Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?

1) A                 2) D                 3) E                 4) G                 5) B

Q7. Which of the following would be the Last (SEVENTH) sentence after rearrangement?

1) B                 2) C                 3) E                 4) A                 5) F

Q8. Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?

1) F                 2) D                 3) A                 4) C                 5) G

Q9. Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?

1) B                 2) E                 3) A                 4) F                 5) C

Q10. Which of the following would be the SIXTH sentence after rearrangement?

1) A                 2) D                 3) B                 4) E                 5) C

Answers
  1. 1; The correct spelling is adorned.
  2. 5; No error
  3. 1; Replace ‘seen’ with ‘see’
  4. 3; The correct spelling is awkwardness.
  5. 1; The correct spelling is fraternity.

(6-10) D A G C F E B

 

Computer Quiz

Q1.The vast network of computers that connects millions of people all over the world is called.

(1)LAN                (2)web                (3)hypertext                 (4)internet                (5)None of these

Q2.The property that, when classes are arranged in a hierarchy, each class assumes the attributes and methods of its ancestors is

(1)generalization                (2)inheritance                (3)encapsulation                (4)information hiding                (5)None of these

Q3.The software component of an expert system that draws conclusions is the.

(1)user interface                 (2)database                (3)inference engine                (4)1/0 controller                (5)model base

Q4.The attributes and methods for each object are stored in.

(1)an object instance                (2)an object connection                (3)an assembly structure                (4)an object repository                (5)None of these

Q5.An E-R diagram is a graphic method of presenting

(1)primary keys and their relationships                (2)primary keys and their relationships to instances                (3)entity classes and their relationships                (4)entity classes and their relationships to primary keys                (5)None of the above

Q6.The OCR is used for the preparation of

(1)electricity bills                (2)insurance premium                (3)telephone bills                (4)All of these                (5)None of these

Q7.Speed of line printer is limited by the speed of

(1)paper movements                (2)cartridge used                (3)length of paper                 (4)All of these                (5)None of these

Q8.In laser printers, printing is achieved by deflecting laser beam on to surface of a drum

(1)magnetized                (2)photosensitive                (3)magnetic                 (4)Either (1)or (2)                (5)None of these

Q9.Resolution of laser printer is specified in terms of

(1)DPI                (2)LPM                (3)CPM                (4)PPM                (5)None of these

Q10.What are the units used to count the speed of a printer?

(1)CPM                (2)DPI                (3)PPM                (4)BIT                (5)None of these

Q11.The binary equivalent of decimal number 98 is

(1)1110001                 (2)1110100                (3)1100010                (4)1111001                (5)None of these

Q12.The product of two binary numbers (1011) and (1001) is

(1)1100011                (2)1010100                (3)1011001                 (4)100110                (5)None of these

Q13.A byte represents a group of

(1)10 bits                (2)40 bits                (3)8 bits.                (4)22 bits                (5)None of these

Q14.A hexadigit can be represented by                (1)three binary (consecutive) bits                (2)four binary (consecutive) bits                (3)eight binary (consecutive) bits                (4)sixteen binary (consecutive) bits

(5)None of the above

Q15.When a key is pressed on the keyboard, which standard is used for converting the keystroke into the corresponding bits?

(1)ANSI                (2)ASCII                (3)EBCDIC                (4)ISO                (5)None of these

Q16.Which of the following statements in regard to directories is false?

(1)Directories with files can be deleted                (2)Directories cannot be renamed

(3)The root directory is always at the highest level                (4)Directories can exist inside directories

(5)None of the above

Q17.This part of operating system manages the essential peripherals, such as the keyboard, screen , disk drives, and parallel and serial ports_____

(1)basic input/output system                  (2)secondary input/output system                (3)peripheral input/output system

(4) marginal input/output system                (5) None of these

Q18.MS-DOS is usually supplied on a

(1)hard disk                 (2)cartridge tape                (3)CD ROM                 (4)floppy disk or diskettes                (5)None of these

Q19.Which one of the following is not a DOS prompt ?

(1)C >                 (2)B>                (3)A>                 (4)ENTER                (5)None of these.

Q20.Which one of the following is not an internal DOS command?

(1)BACKUP                 (2)COPY                (3)CLS                 (4)BREAK                (5)None of these

Answers

1. 4         2. 2         3. 3           4. 4         5. 3        6. 4         7. 1       8. 2           9. 1           10. 3        11. 3             12. 1           13. 3              14. 2 15. 1       16. 2        17. 1         18. 4      19. 4     20. 1

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