# QUIZ 86

### Quant Quiz

Directions (Q.1-5): What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following?
Q1. 8^4 × 1/(8^3) × 8^5  ÷ 8^2= 8^?
1) 7              2) 2                3) 3                4) 4            5) None of these

Q2.  -(a -b) * ? = (b -a)
1) -1                2) 1                3) -a                4) a                5) None of these

Q3. (a + b) = ? * (-a-b)
1) 1               2) -a                3) -1               4) -b            5) None of these.

Q4. (a^3 – b^3)/(a^2+b^2+ ab) = ?
1) (a-b)               2) (a+b)                 3) a*b               4) -a+b              5) None of these

Q5, 16 + 26 * 2 = ?
1) 84               2) 44                 3) 40                 4) 832                 5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the  following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value.

Q6. 63251 * 82 = ? * 42l05
1) 101            2) 123              3) 147                 4) 165                5) 8885

Q7. (84111)^1/2= ?
1) 240               2) 270           3) 330               4) 290               5) 310

Q8. (54.78)^2= ?
1) 3000            2) 3300            3) 3500                4) 3700                5) 3900

Q9. (7171 + 3854 + 1195) ÷ (892 + 214 + 543) = ?
1) 13             2) 18                 3) 3                4) 26           5) 7

Q10. (562 % of 816) + 1449 = ?
1) 4145              2) 5675            3) 6035              4) 7325              5) 8885

1.  4              2.  2              3.  3              4.  1              5.  5             6.  2             7.  4             8.  1             9.  5              10.3

### REASONING QUIZ

Directions (Q. 1-5): Each question consists of three statements followed by some conclusions. Consider the statements to be true even if they are in variance with the real facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements using all the three statements together.

Q1. Statements:All nut are rats. All hickers are nut.                All rats are singers.
Conclusions: 1) All nut are singers             2) All singers are hickers.          3) All hickers are singers.
4) More than one of the given conclusions.               5) None of these.

Q2. Statements:No abc is pqr. All abc are fours.                All xyz are pqr.
Conclusions:  1) Some xyz are not fours.          2) Some fours are xyz.             3) No six is a four.
4) More than one of the given conclusions.             5) None of these.

Q3. Statements: All A3b3 is  a3b2. All a3b3b2 are strong. Some A3b3 are a3b3b2.
Conclusions: 1) All A3b3 is strong.                2) No a3b2 is strong.              3) Some strong are a3b2
4) More than one of the given conclusions.                 5) None of these.

Q4. Statements:Some Alu is not the bhujia. All Bhujia is a sweet.             All Sweet is not the sugar.
Conclusions: 1) Some alu is not sugar.              2) Some sugar are not sweet.
3) No sweet is Alu.          4) More than one of the given conclusions.             5) None of these.

Q5. Statements: All 111 are 222.              Some 222 are 333.              All 333 are mountains.
Conclusions:   1) Some mountains are 222.          2) Some mountains are 111.            3) Some 222 are 111.
4) More than one of the given conclusions.                5) None of these.

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the information carefully and answer the given questions:
Abhi, Danny, Elex, Fransis, Haru, James and Kevin are sitting in a straight line facing North, not necessarily in the same order.
(a) Danny sits fourth to the right of Abhi.
(b) Elex is at the extreme left end of the line. There are five persons between Elex and Kevin.
(c) James sits third to the left of Kevin, Fransis is not an immediate neighbour of Danny.

Q6. How many persons sit between Abhi and Haru?
(1) One           (2) Two            (3) Three             (4) Four                (5) More than four

Q7. Which of the following represents the person sitting exactly in the middle of the line?
(1) James           (2) Fransis            (3) Haru              (4) Abhi                 (5) None of these

Q8. Four of the following are alike in a certain way based on their seating positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which pair does not belong to that group?
(1) Abhi&Fransis               (2) James&Haru                 (3) Elex&Abhi               (4) Danny&Kevin                  (5) Fransis&Haru

Q9. What is the position of Fransis with respect to Haru?
(1) Second to the right              (2) Immediately to the right                  (3) Immediately to the left
(4) Third to the right                (5) Second to the left

Q10.  If the seating arrangement (from left to right) is taken as English alphabets, how many such pairs of letters are there in the arrangement each of which has as many letters between them (in both forward and backward directions) in the arrangement as they have between them in the English alphabetical series?
(1) None                  (2) One                 (3) Two             (4) Three                (5) More than three

Directions (Q. 11-15): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.
1) If only conclusion I follows.
2) If only conclusion II follows.
3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5) If both conclusions I and II follow.

Q11. Statement:
bb = cc,   ee ≤ cc,   R < cc
Conclusion:      I. ee = bb             II.    bb > ee

Q12. Statement:
11 ≤ 22,   22 > R,   33 ≥ 11
Conclusion:      I. 22 > 33             II.    R ≥  33

Q13. Statement:
H = K,   T < H,   W ≤ T
Conclusion:      I. K > W           II.    T < K

Q14. Statement:
C1 > C2,   C2 < L,   C3 = C1
Conclusion:      I. L > C3           II.    C3 > C2

Q15.Statement:
B ≤ D,   D = M,   F > M
Conclusion:      I. B < M             II.     F > B

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

10. (3)          11. (3)          12. (4)             13. (5)             14. (2)             15. (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.

New technology has led directly to (1) standards of living, yet science tends to follow market forces as well as to (2) them. It is not surprising that the rich get richer in a continuing cycle of (3) while the poorest are often left behind. A special (4) should be made by the powerhouses of world science to address the unmet challenges of the poor. Ending (5) poverty can relieve many of the pressures on the environment. When impoverished households are (6) (7) on their farms, for example, they face less pressure to cut down neighbouring forests in (8) of new farmland. Still, even as extreme poverty ends, we must not fuel prosperity with a lack of (9) for industrial pollution and the (10) burning of fossil fuels.

Q1. 1) Visible 2) declining                3) improved               4) amicable                5) rigorous

Q2. 1) Fail  2) claim               3) market               4) avoid              5) lead

Q3. 1) Wealth   2) growth               3) poverty               4) improvement               5) economy

Q4. 1) Effort    2) care                      3) practice               4) occasion             5) sanction

Q5. 1) Marginal   2) apparent               3) superﬁcial               4) extreme               5) dismal

Q6. 1) Abnormally   2) less               3) more               4) excessively               5) unreasonably

Q7. 1) Efficient   2) meticulous               3) careful               4) dependent              5) productive

Q8. 1) View   2) search               3) expectation              4) lust              5) place

Q9. 1) Attitude  2) mobility               3) initiative               4) concern               5) ease

Q10. 1) Unchecked   2) repeated               3) periodical               4) occasional               5) limited

Directions (11- 15) : Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3), (4) given below each sentences should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) is ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

Q11. He advised his sonnot doing anything which is against his conscience.

1) never to do               2) not done              3) to not doing               4) no doing of              5) No correction required

Q12. 12. Even aftertalkingthe matter for hours we could not arrive at a decision.

1) talking to               2) talking over              3) talked about               4) talk through              5) No correction required

Q13. Every employee is entitled to those beneﬁtsfrom the late regulations.

1) underneath the later      2) below the latest              3) Within the lately              4) under the latest              5) No correction required

Q14. Recently there has beensuddenly increased the price of oil.

1) suddenly increasing              2) sudden increase from              3) a sudden increase in              4) increased suddenly

5) No correction required

Q15. That company is our rival since it provides similar services to oursin a lowest rate.

1) with lowest of rate               2) in low rates              3) for as lower rates               4) at lower rates              5) No correction required

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1) Which of the following topologies is not of broadcast type?
(a) Star         (b) Bus         (c) Ring              (d) None of the above

Q2) Bug means
(a) A logical error in a program            (b) Documenting programs using an efficient Documentation too
(c) A difficult syntax error in a program                 (d) None of the above

Q3) The part of machine level instruction, which tells the central processor what was to be done is
(a) Operation code               (b) Address              (c) Operand             (d) None of the above

Q4) Indicate which , of the following is not true about 4GL
a) 4GL does not support a high –level of screen interaction            b) Many database management system packages support 4GLs   c) A 4GL is a software tool which is written, possibly, in some third generation language            d) None of the above

Q5) Indicate which of the following, best describes the term “software”.
a) Systems programs only             b) Application programs only             c) Both (a) and (b)               d) None of the above

Q6) A translator is best described as
a) An Application software              b) A system software           c) A hardware component            d)None of the above

Q7) Indicate which of the following is not true about an interpreter
a) Interpreter generates an object program from the source program                b) Interpreter is a kind of translator
c) Interpreter analyses each source statement every time it is to be executed           d) None of the above

Q8) The errors that can be pointed out by the compiler are
a) Syntax errors              b) Semantic errors              c) Logical errors                d) None of the above

Q9) C is
a) An assembly language            b) A third generation high level language        c) A machine language         d) None of the above

Q10) What is the full form of CDMA?
a) Central Division Multiplied Access         b) Combined Division Multiple Access
c) Coded Division Multiple Access               d) Code Division Multiple Access