### Quant Quiz

**Q1. A sum of money is divided among A,B,C and D in the ratio of 3 : 5 : 9 : 13 respectively. If the share of C is Rs. 2412 more than the share of A, then what is the total amount of money of B and D together? **

A) Rs. 4422 B) Rs. 7236 C) Rs. 6030 D) Rs. 4824 E) None of these

**Q2. The average age of 80 girls was 20 years, the average age of 20 of them was 22 years and that of another 20 was 24 years. Find the average age of the remaining girls. **

A) 17 years B) 19 years C) 21 years D) 15 years E) None of these

**Q3. Ms. Pooja invests 13% of her monthly salary, i.e. Rs. 8554 in Mediclam Policies. Later she invests 23% of her monthly salary on child Education Policies; also she invests another 8% of her monthly salary on Mutual Funds. What is the total annual invested by Ms. Pooja? **

A) Rs. 28952 B) Rs. 43428 C) Rs. 347424 D) Rs. 173712 E) None of these

**Q4. The profit earned after selling an article for Rs. 878 is the same as loss incurred after selling the article for Rs. 636. What is the cost price of the article? **

A) Rs. 797 B) Rs. 787 C) Rs. 767 D) Rs. 757 E) None of these

**Q5. In a class of 240 students, each student got sweets that are 15% of the total number of students. How many sweets were there? **

A) 3000 B) 3125 C) 8640 D) 9789 E) None of these.

**Q6. Sonika spent Rs. 45, 760 on the interior decoration for her home, Rs. 27896 on buying air conditioner and the remaining 28% of the total amount she had as cash with her. What was the total amount? **

A) Rs. 98540 B) Rs. 102300 C) Rs. 134560 D) Cannot be determined E) None of these

**Q7. The ages of Khushi and Jagriti are in the ratio of 5 : 8 respectively. After 8 years the ratio of their ages will be 3 : 4. What is the difference in their ages? **

A) 16 years B) 8 years C) 10 years D) 12 years E) None of these

**Q8. By how much is 6/11 th of 506 lesser than 3/5 of 895? **

A) 178 B) 219 C) 143 D) 261 E) None of these

**Q9. The average of the ages of Sumit, Krishna and Rishabh is 43 years and the average of the ages of Sumit, Rishabh and Rohit is 49 years. If Rohit is 54 years old, what is Krishna’a age? **

A) 45 years B) 24 years C) 36 years D) Cannot be determined E) None of these

**Q10. The compound interest occured on an amount at the end of three years at 15 p.c.p.a is 6500.52. What is the amount? **

A) Rs. 12480 B) Rs. 10500 C) Rs. 14800 D) Rs. 13620 E) None of these

**Q11. ‘P’ liters of oil were poured into a tank and it was still r% empty How much oil must be poured into the tank in order to fill it to the brim?**

A) (P × r)/(100-r) B) P/(100-r) C) 100P/(100-r) D) 100P×r/ (100-r) E) None of these

**Q12. A sum of money is accumulating at compound interest at a certain rate of interest. If Simple interest instead of compound interest were reckoned, the interest for the first two years would be diminished by Rs. 20 and that for the first three years by Rs. 61. Find the Sum? **

A) 8000 B) 6000 C) 10,000 D) 12,000 E) None of these

**Q13. In Utkarsh’s opinion, his weight is greater than 65 kg but less than 72 kg. His brother doesn’t agree with Utkarsh and he thinks that Utkarsh’s weight is greater than 60 kg but less than 70 kg. His mother’s view is that his weight cannot be greater than 68 kg. If all are them are correct in their estimation, what is the average of different probable weights of Utkarsh?**

A) 67 kg B) 68 kg C) 69 kg. D) Data inadequate E) None of these

**Q14. Three pipes A, B and C can fill a tank from empty to full in 30 minutes, 20 minutes, and 10 minutes respectively. When the tank is empty, all the three pipes are opened. A, B and C discharge chemical solutions P,Q and R respectively. What is the proportion of the solution R in the liquid in the tank after 3 minutes?**

A) 5/11 B) 7/11 C) 9/11 D) 3/11 E) None of these

**Q15. A and B can complete a work in 15 days and 10 days respectively. They started doing the work together but after 2 days B had to leave and A alone completed the remaining work. The whole work was completed in :**

A) 10 days B) 12 days C) 20 days D) 25 days E) None of these

1. B 2. A 3. C 4. D 5. C 6. B 7. E 8. D 9. C 10. A 11. A 12. A 13. A 14. E 15. B

**1.(B)** Let the original sum be Rs. x.

Sum of the Ratios = 3 + 5 + 9 + 13 = 30

C’s share = Rs. 9x/30 = Rs. 3x/10

A’s share = Rs. 3x/30 = Rs. x/10

According to the question,

3x/10 – x/10 = 2412

2x/10 = 2412

x = 2412 * 5 = Rs 12060

Amount received by B and D together

= Rs. (((5+13))/30 ×12060)

= 7236

**2.(A)** Total age of remaining 40 girls

= (80 * 20 – 20 * 22 – 20 * 24) years

= (1600 – 440 – 480) years

= 680 years

Required average age = 680/40 = 17 years

**3.(C)** Let Ms. Pooja’s monthly salary be Rs. x

According to the question,

13% of x = Rs. 8554

= x = Rs. (8554 * 100)/13 = Rs. 65800

Total monthly investment in percentage

= 13 + 23 + 8 = 44

Total montly investment = 44% of Rs. 65800

= (44 * 65800)/100

= Rs. 28952

Total annul investment = Rs. (12 * 28952)

= Rs. 347424

**4. (D)** Let the CP of the article be Rs. x.

According to the question,

878 – x = x – 636

= 2x = 878 + 636 = 1514

x = 1514/2 = Rs. 757

**5. (C)** Number of sweets received by each student

= 15% of 240

= 15 * 240/100 = 36

Total number of sweets = 240 * 36 = 8640

**6. (B)** Let the total amount be Rs. x

The amount spent = 100 – 28 = 72%

72% of x = Rs. (45760 + 27896)

= 72 * x /100 = 73656

x = 73656 * 100/72 = Rs. 102300.

**7.(E)** Let the present ages of Khushi and Jagriti be 5x and 8x years respectively.

After 8 years,

5x + 8/8x + 8 = 3/4

= 24x + 24 = 20x + 32

= 4x = 32 – 24 = 8

x = 8/4 = 2

Required difference = (8x – 5x) years

= 3x = 3 * 2 = 6 years

**8. (D)** Required difference = 3/5 * 895 – 6/11 * 506

= 537 – 276 = 261

**9. (C)** (Sumit + Krishna + Rishabh)’s age

= 43 * 3 = 129 years …………………….(i)

(Sumit + Rishabh + Rohit)’s age

= 3 * 49 = 147 years …………………….(ii)

By equation (i) – (ii), we have,

Krishan’s age – Rohit’s age = 129 – 147 = -18

Krishna’s age = 54 – 18 = 36 years

**10. (A)** Let the principal be Rs. P.

According to the question,

CI = P [(1+ R/100)^T- 1]
6500.52 = P [(1+ 15/100)^3- 1]
= 6500.52 = P [1.520875 -1]
P = 6500.52/0.520875 = Rs. 12480

**11. (A)** After filling ‘P’ liter still r % empty. So (100-r)% = P liter ;

Let x liter require to fill remain tank.

So full capacity of tank = 100P/(100-r)

So x= r% of capacity = 100P/(100-r) * r/100 = Pr/(100-r)

**12. (A)** P(r/100)^2= 20 –(1)

P(r/100)^2 ×(300+r)/100 =61 -(2)

Putting value from eqn 1

(300+r)/100 =61/20

On solving r = 5%

After put value in eqn(1) P= 8000

**13. (A)** Go through statements, it’s clear that average of probable weight of Utkarsh is 67 kg.

**14. (E)** Part filled by A+B+C in 3 min = 3(1/20+1/30+1/10) = 11/20

Part filled by C in 10 min = 3/10

Required ratio = 3/10:11/20 = 6:11

So the solution R in the liquid in the tank after 3 minutes = 6/11

**15. (B)** A and B together 1 day work =1/15+1/10 =5/30=1/6

Both work for 2 day = 1/3

Remain work =2/3

Left work done in (2/3) ÷ (1/15) =10 days

So total day = 10+2 = 12 days

### Reasoning Quiz

**Directions (1-8): Study the following information to answer the given questions: **

*In a certain code ‘faf is like due plesi’ is written as ‘sa le do mi ru’; ‘feel the heat’ is written as ‘be no pa’; ‘the due one feel’ is written as ‘mi fi pa be’; ‘like the one’ is written as ‘fi be sa’ and ‘plesi is fine’ is written as ‘ga ru do’.*

**Q1.’ru be wa’ would mean**

(1) is the way (2) plesi is the (3) way is plesi (4) the plesi way (5) Cannot be determined

**Q2.What is the code for ‘heat’ ? **

(1)do (2)ru (3) be (4) pa (5) None of these

**Q3.What is the code for fine’ ?**

(l)ga (2)ru (3) pa (4) do (5) None of these

**Q4.Which of the following represents ‘heat due feel fine’ ? **

(1) pa be fi ga (2) no mi ra pa (3) pa no ga mi (4) ga no mi le (5) None of these

**Q5.’mi fi le’ would mea**n

(1) faf one the (2) the like one (3) like due faf (4) faf one due (5) None is correct

**Q6.What does ‘sa’ stand for?**

(1)like (2) plesi (3) faf (4) is (5) None of these

**Q7.Which of the following may represent ‘plesi is for one due’ ? **

(1) fi ye no mi ru (2) fi le do mi ru (3) fi ye do mi ru (4) fi so do mi ro (5) None of these

**Q8.What does’do’stand for?**

(1)due (2)’is’or’plesi’ (3) faf (4) is (5) None of these

**Directions (9-13) In each of these questions, a question is given followed by information in three statements. You have to find out the data in which statement is sufficient to answer the question and mark your answer accordingly.**

**Q9.What does ‘hello’ represent in a code language ?**

I. ‘pit na tac’ means ‘hello and go’ in that code language.

II. ‘ja ta da’ means ‘you are good’ in that code language.

III. ‘na da rac’ means ‘you can hello’ in that code language.

(1) Only I and II (2) Only II and III (3) Only I and III (4) All I, II and III (5) None of these

**Q10.How many sons does Prashant have ?**

I. Kishan and Umesh are brothers of Tanisha.

II. Rekha is sister of Payal and Umesh.

III. Rekha and Tina are daughters of Prashant.

(1) Only I and II (2) Only II and III (3) All I, II and III (4) I, II and III together are not sufficient (5) None of these

**Q11.Who among Amar, Bipin, Chinmoy and Danny is the youngest?**

I. Bipin is younger than Danny but older than Chinmoy and Amar.

II. Danny is the oldest.

III. Chinmoy is older than Amar.

(1) Only I (2) I and II (3) Only II and III (4) Only I and III (5) None of these

**Q12.What is Dev’s rank from the top in a class of forty students?**

I. Dev is 3 ranks below Geet from the top.

II. Geet’s rank from the bottom is 23.

III. Dev is 3 ranks above Mridul from the bottom.

(1) Any two of the three (2) Only I and II (3) Only II and III (4) All I, II and III (5) Only II and either I or III

**Q13.Four subjects – Maths, Computers, English and GK – were taught in four consecutive periods of one hour each starting from 8.00 am. At what time was the Computers period scheduled ?**

I. English period ended at 10.00 a.m., which was preceded by GK.

II. Maths was scheduled in the last period.

III. English period was immediately followed by Computers.

(1) Only I (2) Either I only or II only (3) Only II (4) Only II and III (5) Only either I or II and either I or III

**Directions (14-15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow: **

**I. P is mother of Q. **

**II. R is sister of P.**

**III. S is father of R. **

**IV. Q is son of T.**

**Q14.Which of the following statements are required to establish that T is a male ? **

(1) Only (iv) (2) Both (ii) and (iv) (3) Both (i) and (iv) (4) Both (ii) and (iii) (5) Both (i) and (iii)

**Q15.How is S related to Q ? **

(1) Father (2) Grandfather (3) Son in-law (4) Grandson (5) Father-in-law

Solutions (1-8)

Faf is like due plesi feel the heat one fine

Le ru/do sa mi do/ru pa be no fi ga

1. (5)

2. (5)

3. (1)

4. (3)

5. (4)

6. (1)

7. (3)

8. (2)

Solutions (9-13)

9. (3)

Using statements I and III together, the code for Hello is ‘na’.

10. (4)

Even after taking all statements together, we cannot find the number of sons of Prashant.

11. (4)

Using statements I and III together, Amar is the youngest.

12. (2)

Using statements I and II together

Dev’s rank from the bottom = 23 – 3 = 20

Dev’s rank from the top = 40 + 1 – 20 = 21.

13. (5)

Using only statements I and II, computers was scheduled from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

Using only statements I and III, computers was scheduled from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

Solutions (14-15)

S has two daughters R and P. P is married to T and they have a son Q.

14. (3)

15. (2)

### English Quiz

**Directions (Q.1-10): Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.**

The latest phase of the **protracted **game of chicken between Greece and its creditors ended in a **whimper **for the country as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s government agreed to a continuation of the austerity programme in return for debt relief concessions. The government’s actions should be termed as a letdown. It sought a referendum on the conditions posed by the Troika — comprising the European Central Bank, the European Commission and the International Monetary Fund — that yielded an overwhelming “no” from the Greek people. Later under a new agreement, it accepted conditions over and above what the referendum set out to seek. But with the eurozone being pushed by its largest economy, Germany, to prepare for Grexit, Greece had barely any ** wiggle room**: the pain of a Grexit was seen to be more

**daunting**than status quo for the economically crippled nation. There have been rumblings within the ruling Syriza against the latest agreement. But in the Greek Parliament the conditions accepted by the Syriza government have been ratified, and Greece will again try a round of austerity measures and privatisation to pay off its debt in the medium term. It is anybody’s guess if this would work; after all, five years of austerity has only

**exacerbated**the problem for the economy.

That said, it must be asked what the goal of the agreement was: make an example out of Greece for other debtor-nations, or help its economy tide over its immediate and deep problems? Given the way the negotiations were held, and from the terms of the agreement, it could be said for sure that the latter was not on the agenda. In the past seven years the country’s GDP has shrunk by 30 per cent while unemployment has risen to over 25 per cent. If after years of austerity and two bailouts Greece still has to seek a third bailout package to service its debt, that itself shows its path is

**unsustainable**. What Europe should have done was to write-off a major part of Greece’s debt and allow the country to lift public spending. This, in a classical Keynesian way, would have helped revive demand and thereby economic growth. But instead, Europe’s leaders decided to toe the line of big finance by punishing Greece and its people, creating divisions within Europe. The present action against Greece exposes the fault-lines in the European project, which originally aimed to integrate a continent economically and politically but failed to do so because of the insistence on a faulty and unbalanced monetary union. While the mighty in the eurozone might have won the battle over retaining austerity, the war to sustain the eurozone as it is, will continue.

**Source : The Hindu, Delhi Edition, 21st July.**

**Q1. According to the passage, what would be the the title of it?**

1) The Greek debt crisis explained 2) The Greek debt crisis 3) The Greek let – down

4) The Plight of Greek economy 5) None of these.

**Q2. According to the passage, “Troika” is comprising?**

A. European Central Bank B. The European Commission C. International Monetary Fund

1) Only A 2) Only B 3) Only A and B 4) Only A and C 5) None of these.

**Q3. In how many years the country’s Gross Domestic Product shrivelled by thirty five percent?**

1) Seven Years **2) **Six Years** 3) **Eight Years 4) Five Years 5) None of these.

**Q4. Why according to the author, Europe should have done was to reduce the estimated value of a major part of Greece’s debt and allow the country to lift public spending?**

1) This would have helped revive demand and thereby economic growth.

2) This would not have helped revive demand and thereby economic growth.

3) This would have helped revive supply and thereby economic growth.

4) This would have helped revive demand and reduce supply and thereby economic growth.

5) None of these.

**Q5. Why the government’s actions should be termed as a letdown?**

1) because the government did not agree to a continuation of the austerity programme in return for debt relief concessions.

2) because the government agreed to a continuation of the austerity programme in return for debt relief concessions.

3) because the government agreed to a continuation of the austerity programme not in return for debt relief concessions.

4) because the government never agreed to a continuation of the austerity programme not in return for debt relief concessions.

5) None of these.

**Directions (Q.6-7): Choose the word which is most OPPOSITE (As per passage) in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage.**

**Q6. Exacerbated**

1) Exasperate 2) Aggravate 3) Cheesed off 4) Meliorate 5) None of these.

**Q7. Sustain**

1) Corroborate 2) Substantiate 3) Prolong 4) Kept up 5) None of these.

**Directions (Q.8-9): Choose the word which is most SIMILAR in meaning of the word printed in bold as used in the passage.**

**Q8. Whimper**

1) Whine 2) Expostulate 3) Argue 4) Reason 5) None of these.

**Q9. Daunting**

1) Emboldening 2) Encouraging 3) Intimidating 4) Embolden 5) None of these.

**Q10. What is the meaning of the phrase “ wiggle room” according to the passage?**

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

### Computer Quiz

**Q1. Microsoft .NET is __________**

(a) Open Source (b) Closed Source (c) Browser (d) All of above

**Q2. Shell is the exclusive feature of**

(a) UNIX (b) DOS (c) System software (d) Application software

**Q3. What is a program**

(a) A set of instruction (b) A set of algorithm (c) A set of pseudo code (d) All of above

**Q4. Which of the language can be used for both business & scientific applications?**

(A) None (B) PASCAL (C) BASIC (D) Both B & C

**Q5. UNIX is closely associated with Which of the following language?**

(A) Java (B) C (c ) PASCAL (D) All the above

**Q6. _______ Is an example of Compiled and Interpreted language.**

(A) C (B) BASIC (C) C++ (D) Java

**Q7. BASIC stands for –**

(A) Base All Some Translation Code (B) Business At Some Translation Code

(C) Beginners All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code (D) None of the above

**Q8. Machine Level Language is –**

(A) Understood by computer without translation (B) Need to compile (C) Need to Interpret

(D) Need to generate binary language

**Q9. Who developed the language C#?**

(A) Dennis Ritchie (B) Brian Kernighan (C) Anders Hejlsberg (D) John McCarthy

**Q10. Source file contains –**

(A) Machine Understandable code (B) Program code (C) Text Data (D) Object code

1. b 2. a 3. a 4. d 5. b 6. d 7. c 8. a 9. C 10. b