# QUIZ 93

### Quant Quiz

Directions: Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
Yearly fees (in Rs. thousands) of five different courses in five different years :

 Years Courses B.A B.SC B.E MBA MCA 2008 1.3 1.8 4.4 4.2 4.5 2009 2.4 2.8 5.6 5.4 5.4 2010 3.6 4.2 6.4 6.8 6.6 2011 4.8 5.6 8.2 7.6 7.2 2012 6.2 7.4 9.6 8.8 9.4

Q1. If 30% of the yearly fees were reduced for B.E course in the year 2011, what was the rectified yearly fees for B.E course in the year 2011 ?
1) Rs. 2460 2) Rs. 5740 3) Rs. 6260 4) Rs. 3230 5) None of these

Q2. Total yearly fees for MBA course overall the years together was what percentage of total yearly fees of MCA course in the year 2010, 2011 and 2012 together ?
1) 70.73%                       2) 104.46%                      3) 87.26%               4) 141.38%          5) None of these

Q3.What was the percentage increase in yearly fees of B. A in the year 2009 as compared to the previous year ?
1) 84 8/13%              2) 45 7/24%                  3) 61 5/24%                    4) 26 2/13%                  5) None of these

Q4.What was the difference between the total yearly fees for all the courses together in the year 2012 and the yearly fees of B.Sc course in the year 2010 ? (in Rs. )
1) 34240                 2) 28300               3) 37200            4) 25350               5) None of these

Q5.What was the average yearly fees of MCA course overall the years together ?
1) Rs. 7120                2) Rs. 6620                3) Rs. 5940               4) Rs. 6460              5) None of these

Directions: The following pie-chart shows the hourly distribution (in degrees) of all the major activities of a student :

Q6.What per cent does he spend in school comparison to sleeping ?
1) 81 7/11%                  2) 87 7/9%                 3) 122 2/9 %               4) 76 2/11 %               5) None of these

Q7.What is the difference between the time he spent in Games and in Others ?
1) 3 hrs 20 min                  2) 3 hrs 33 min                   3) 3 hrs                 4) 3 hrs 55 min                 5) None of these

Q8. The percentage of time, which he spends in homework is ––
1) 11 2/9 %                 2) 13 2/7 %                 3) 90 %                   4) 13 1/9%                  5) None of these

Q9. If he spends the time in school equal to the sleeping and remains constant in other activities, then percentage decrease in time of games is
1) 175               2) 57 1/7                 3) 61 2/7               4) 72                   5) None of these

Q10. If he spends 1/4th time of homework in Physics, then the number of hours he spends in rest of the subject in homework is ––––
1) 3              2) 4             3) 1                4) 6               5) None of these

1. 2
Req Fee = 8200 * 70/100 = Rs. 5740

2. 4
(4.2 + 5.4 + 6.8 +7.6 + 8.8)/ (6.6 + 7.2 + 9.4) * 100
= 32.8/23.2 * 100 = 141.38%

3. 1
= (2.4 – 1.3)/1.3 * 100 = 1.1/1.3 * 100 = 84 8/13%

4. 3
= {(6.2 + 7.4 + 9.6 +8.8 + 9.4) – (4.2)}
= Rs. 37200

5. 2
=  (4.5 + 5.4 + 6.6 + 7.2 + 9.4)/5
= Rs. 6620

6. 3
= 110/90 * 100 = 122 2/9

7. 1
= (85 – 35)/360 * 24 = 3hours 20min

8. 5
= 40/360 * 100 = 11 1/9%

9. 2
If the time spends in shcool is equal to that of spent in sleeping, then angle of sleeping is increased by 20degrees. Hence, his time of games is decreased by 20degrees.
= 20/35 * 100 = 57 1/7%

10. 3/4 * 40/360 * 24 = 2 hours

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1–6): In each of the questions below are given three statements followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts.Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q1.Statements : Some guns are ships.               Some ships are beds.                 Some beds are sheets.
Conclusions : I. Some sheets are guns.             II. Some sheets are ships.              III. No sheet is ship.
(1) None follows                    (2) Only II follows                 (3) Only III follows             (4) Only either II or III follow
(5) I and either II or III follow

Q2.Statements : All fame are meter.            Some meter are bones.            All bones are tubes.
Conclusions : I. Some tubes are meter.             II. Some meter are fame.              III. Some tubes are fame.
(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

Q3.Statements : All D are N.          All M are N.               All N are O.
Conclusions : I. All D are O.           II. All M are O.            III. Some O are N.
(1) Only I and II follow              (2) Only I and III follow             (3) Only II and III follow              (4) All follow            (5) None of these

Q4.Statements : Some degree are clerks.              All clerks are managers.             All managers are teachers.
Conclusions : I. Some degree are teachers.            II. Some degree are managers.             III. Some teachers are clerks.
(1) Only I and II follow              (2) Only I and III follow              (3) Only II and III follow                (4) All follow
(5) None of these

Q5.Statements :  All tables are biscuit.             No biscuit is tube.              Some tubes are bricks.
Conclusions : I. Some tubes are tables.            II. Some biscuit are tables.                III. Some bricks are biscuit.
(1) Only I follows              (2) Only II follows             (3) Only III follows               (4) Only I and II follow
(5) None of these

Q6.Statements : All pens are mobiles.             Some mobiles are cars                 All cars are pencils.
Conclusions : I. Some pencils are mobiles.            II. Some pencils are pens.             III. Some mobiles are pens.
(1) Only I follows                (2) Only III follows              (3) Only I and III follow              (4) All follow             (5) None of these

Directions (7-13) : Study the following information to answer the given questions:
Eight members of a family with three generations are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. The members are A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H. There are three married couples in the family with one couple has two sons, one has two daughters and one has no child. The only males in the family are B, D and E. No two males are sitting adjacent to each other.
Both the sons of C are married. F, the grandchild of B is sitting to the immediate left of E. A’s daughter G is sitting opposite to her aunt H. H is sitting second to the left of E. D is sitting to the immediate right of his wife. A does not have a female neighbour.

Q7.Who is the Mother of F?
(1) A            (2) H          (3) G         (4) C          (5) Cannot be determined

Q8.How many persons are sitting between E and G when counted from E in anti-clockwise direction?
(1) None            (2) one            (3) two        (4) three           (5) Cannot be determined

Q9.Who is sitting opposite to the brother of  D?
(1) A          (2) C         (3) B          (4) D          (5) F

Q10.Who among the following is not married?
(1) C                (2) H               (3) E             (4) B            (5) None of these

Q11.What is position of C with respect to H?
(1) second to right                   (2) third to the right              (3) second to the left             (4) third to the left            (5) None of these

Q12.How is C related to G?
(1) Grandmother            (2)  Mother               (3) Aunt                (4) sister             (5) Cannot be determined

Q13.Who is sitting to the immediate right of H?
(1) G               (2) F            (3) E              (4) D                 (5) None of these

Q14.  How is ‘BOAT’ written in the code language ?
I. BTOR is written as \$#@? in that code.
II. ARTOA is written as %?#@% in that code.
III. ATOR is written as %#@? in that code,
(1) Only I and II              (2) Only II and III                (3) All I, II and III              (4) Only I and either II or III              (5) None of these

Q15.  A child is looking for his father. He went 80 metres in the east before turning to his right. He went 15 metres before turning to his right again to look for his father at his uncle’s place 20 metres from this point. His father was not there. From here he went 95 metres to his north before meeting his father in a street. How far did the son meet his father from the starting point?
(1) 90m               (2) 100m              (3) 260m               (4)140m             (5) 120m

1. (4)          2. (1)          3. (4)          4. (4)           5. (2)        6. (3)         7. (1)             8. (2)           9. (1)          10. (5)             11. (2)         12. (1)         13. (2)
14. (4)
From I, we will get that the code for B, O and T is \$, @ and #. Then using either II or III, we can say that the code for A is %. Hence the code for BOAT is \$@%#.
15. (2)
The child is 60 metres towards east and 80 metres towards north from his starting point. Hence
Distance from starting point = √'[60^2+80^2]=100.

### 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 growth story in any developing country cannot be (1) without (2) its impact on the poverty and employment situation. The Planning Commission has (3) that India should strive for ‘more inclusive growth’. The number of people living below the poverty line has (4) from 36 per cent in 1993-94 to 22.0 per cent in 2004-05. Again, the issue is to bring more and more people out of poverty by (5) them productive employment opportunities. The Approach Paper to 11th Five Year Plan suggests that doubling the growth of agricultural GDP to 4 per cent per annum will (6) rural employment conditions, by raising real wages and reducing underemployment. However, even if this is attained, an overall growth of 9 per cent will further increase income (7) between agricultural and non- agricultural households, (8) around 10 million workers currently in agriculture find remunerative non- agricultural employment. This (9) a major challenge not only in terms of generating non-agricultural employment but also in (10) its required location and type.

Q1. 1) completed               2) retold               3) achieved                4) constructed                 5) narrated

Q2. 1) Generating             2) assessing             3) Realising               4) counting                    5) ﬁnding

Q3. 1) Desired                   2) estimated              3) Focused                4) veriﬁed                      5) stressed

Q4. 1) Uplifted                  2) degraded               3) Vanished                4) decreased               5) enhanced

Q5. 1) Absolving               2) providing               3) Nurturing                4) ignoring                    5) refusing

Q6. 1) Impact                    2) diversify               3) lay                   4) aggravate                5) improve

Q7. 1) Opportunity               2) assessment                  3) Disparity                    4) parity               5) tax

Q8. 1) Unless                    2) for                  3) in spite of              4) despite                5) by

Q9. 1) Addresses               2) meets            3) Poses             4) recognizes                   5) solves

Q10. 1) Exploring              2) acquitting              3) Reciprocating              4) matching                   5) solving

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. If you had read 1) / the relevant literature carefully 2)/ you would have answered 3)/ most of the questions correctly. 4) No error 5)

Q12. The house where the dead man was found 1) / is being guarded by police 2)/ to prevent it from being entered 3)/ and the evidence interfered with. 4) / No error 5)

Q13. As I reached the hospital 1) / I had found, a great rush of visitors 2)/ whose relatives had been admitted there 3) / for one or the other ailment. 4) / No error 5)

Q14. One should study the history 1) / of his country because it alone can satisfy 2)/ one’s natural curiosity to know 3) / what happened in the past. 4)/ ()5)

Q15. It is interesting to note l)/ that the greatest lines in poetry are simple 2)/ and yet there is with them some quality 3) / which makes them outstandingly great. 4) / No error 5)

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Which of the following identifies a specific web page and its computer on the Web?
1) Web site                2) Web site address              3) URL             4) Domain Name          5) All of above

Q2. Software, such as Explorer and Firefox, are referred to as _____.
1) Systems software             2) Utility software           3) Browsers               4) Internet tools

Q3. What type of telecommunications hardware allows you to access the web?
1) Browser                 2) Modem             3) FTP protocol              4) IRC             5) All of above

Q4. What term refers to the small web page that opens automatically with an ad when you visit some web sites?

Q5. Which characteristic of computer distinguishes it from electronic calculators?
(1) Accuracy                (2) Storage               (3) Versatility           (4) Automatic               (5) None of these

Q6. LSI, VLSI & ULSI chips were used in which generation?
(1) First              (2) Second              (3) Third            (4) Fourth           (5) None of these

Q7. To create a copy of files in the event of system failure, you create a __________.
1) restore file                  2) backup              3) firewall               4) redundancy               5) None of these

Q8. In which generation did magnetic disk started being used for storage?
(1) First generation computer          (2) Second generation computer                   (3) Third generation computer
(4) Fourth generation computer                (5) None of these

Q9. In Microsoft word short cut key CTRL +W is used for:
(1) Open the Print Dialog box         (2) Update the current web page           (3) Close the current window
(4) Open the new window              (5) None of these

Q10. Which shortcut key is used to spell check in MS word
(1) F1                (2) F2              (3) F7              (4) F9               (5) None of these

Q11. What database key uniquely identifies a record within a table?
1) Primary key            2) Foreign key             3) Secondary key              4) Relational key               5) None of these

Q12. What database key links one table to another?
1) Primary key                    2) Foreign key             3) Secondary key             4) Relational key             5) None of these

Q13. What Is e- mail attachment?
(1) A receipt sent by the recipient           (2) A malicious parasite that feeds off of your messages and destroys the contents
(3) A computer file sent along with an email message              (4) Confirmation of received E-mail
(5) None of these

Q14. Which of the following is not a(n) search engine?
(1) Bing            (2) Google             (3) Orkut                (4) Yahoo                 (5) None of these

Q15. Which of the following storage media provides sequential access only?
(1) Floppy disk             (2) Magnetic disk              (3) Magnetic tape                (4) Optical disk                (5) None of these

Q16. In a computer system, which device is functionally opposite of a keyboard?
(1) Mouse                   (2) Trackball               (3) Printer               (4) Joystick             (5) None of these

Q17. The Delete key, Num Lock key, and Caps Lock key are considered ____________ keys because their function changes each time you press them.
(1) Function                (2) toggle              (3) cursor control             (4) Control

Q18. The small, touch-sensitive screen at the base of the keyboard on a laptop is known as the:
(1) stylus                  (2) touchpad.                (3) game control                D. trackball

Q19. The most common keyboard uses the ____________ layout.
(1) Dvorak           (2)  numeric              (3) QWERTY            (4) alpha

Q20. URL stands for
(1) universal research list              (2) universal resource list                (3) uniform research list            (4) uniform research locator            (5) uniform resource locator