# QUIZ 95

### Data Interpretation Quiz

Directions: Study the following table to answer these questions.
Percentage of marks obtained by six students in six different subjects. Number given in small brackets indicates the full marks of the subject.

 Sub→Stu↓ Math(120) Eng(75) Hindi(60) Eco(75) Social sc(150) Com Sc(50) Durgesh 92 80 70 88 62 78 Renuka 90 48 75 68 76 88 Rahul 72 44 65 52 78 86 Radha 96 72 45 80 82 92 Pratigya 98 76 65 64 84 80 Pratik 80 64 75 92 64 70

Q1. What is the average percentage of marks obtained by all the three girls (Radha, Pratigya and Renuka) in English?
1) 63.67            2) 67.33            3) 66.66             4) 65.33            5) None of these

Q2. Marks obtained by all the three boys together in Hindi is how much more than that by all the three girls together in Hindi?
1) 9          2) 12           3) 25           4) 21           5) None of these

Q3. In which subject has Pratigya got the least marks?
1) Computer Sc            2) Economics            3) Hindi            4) English           5) None of these

Q4. What is the total marks obtained by Renuka in all the subjects?
1) 378            2) 398           3) 368           4) 408            5) None of these

Q5. What is the average marks obtained by these six students in Economics?
1) 52              2) 52.5            3) 55.5              4) 53.5         5) None of these

Directions: Following line graph shows sugar produced by India and Sri Lanka during the period of 2007–2012.

Q6. What is the percentage decrease in production from 2007–2008 for India?
1) 6%             2) 8 4/7%            3) 1 4/7%           4) 9%               5) None of the

Q7. What is the average production of Sri Lanka from 2007 to 2010?
1) 67           2) 64             3) 63            4) 59          5) 57

Q8. What is the ratio of the maximum production to average production for India?
1) 73 : 57           2) 73 : 59            3) 73 : 62             4) 73 : 64              5) None of these

Q9. What is the difference of total production of these two countries during 2007–2012?
1) 18           2) 20            3) 22            4) 24            5) 26

Q10. For Sri Lanka during which period its production increases maximum from the previous year?
1) 2007–2008             2) 2008–2009            3) 2009–2010           4) 2010–2011             5) 2011–2012

1. 4
Average percentage of marks (of girls)
= (72 + 76 + 48)/3 = 65.33

2. 5
Marks obtained by the boys (in Hindi)
= (75% of 60) + (65% of 60) + (70% of 60)
= 45 + 39 + 42 = 126

Marks obtained by girls
= (65% of 60) + (75% of 60) + (45% of 60)
= 27 + 39 + 45 = 111
Reqd Difference = 126 – 111 = 15

3. 3
In Hindi, she has got only 39 marks.

4. 2
Total marks gained by Rani
= (90% of 120 + 48% of 75 + 75% of 60 + 68% of 75 + 76% of  150 + 88% of 50
= 108 + 36 + 45 + 51 + 114 + 44 = 398

5. 3
Avg in Eco =
(92 + 80 + 52 + 64 + 88 + 68)/6 of 75
= 444/ 6*100 * 75 = 5505

6. 2
(70 – 64)/70 * 100 = 60/7 = 8 4/7%

7. 5
Average = (55 + 48 + 75 + 50)/4 = 228/4 = 57

8. 3
= (70 + 64 + 45 + 60 + 6 0 + 73)/6 = 372/6 = 62
Maximum = 73
Ratio = 73:62

9. 3
Production of India = 372
Production of Sri Lanka = 350
Diference = 372 – 350 = 22

10. 2

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Given below are a pair of events (A) and (B). You have to read both the events (A) and (B) and decide their nature of relationship. You have to assume that the information given in (A) and (B) is true and you will not assume anything beyond the given information in deciding the answer. Mark answer
1) if (A) is the effect and (B) is its immediate and principal cause.
2) if (A) is the immediate and principal cause and (B) is its effect.
3) if (A) is an effect but (B) is not its immediate and principal cause.
4) if (B) is an effect but (A) is not its immediate and principal cause.
5) None of these

Q1. Event (A): The Centre has rejected the greater autonomy resolution of State X.
Event (B): State X has decided to bring Centre-State relations for discussion in the parliament.

Q2. Event (A): In village ‘X’, farmers are struggling heavy drought.
Event (B): In village ‘X’, government is implementing an agricultural development programme.

Q3. Event (A): People are avoiding post-paid mobile service connections.
Event (B): Prepaid mobile service connections are easily available in the market.

Q4. Event (A): Oil price can reach a new high in Iran.
Event (B): Demand of oil in global market is increasing.

Q5. Event (A): High inflation in India is not yet “the new normal” and RBI cannot afford to drop its guard.
Event (B): Despite significant actions on policy rates and liquidity by the Reserve Bank of India, inflation remains high.

L, M, P, J, K and H are six family members. L and M are a married couple. K is sister of J. M is daughter-in-law of H, who is grandmother of K’s brother. J is the only son of P, who is brother of L.

Q6. How many female members are there in the family?
1) Two                2) Three               3) Four        4) Data inadequate         5) None of these

Q7. How is P related to K?
1) Mother             2) Brother             3) Sister             4) Father             5) None of these

Q8. How is H related to J?
1) Grandmother               2) Grandfather              3) Father             4) Mother             5) Can’t be determined

Q9. What is the relation between K and M?
1) M is the sister of K                2) K is the nephew of M                3) M is the sister of K             4) K is niece of M

5) Cannot be determined

Q10.Which of the following statement is true?
1) P is the daughter of H            2) K is the daughter of M            3) M is aunt of J                  4) K is grandson of H               5) All are True

Directions(Q.11-15): In the following questions, the symbols @, #, %, \$ and * are
used with the following meaning as illustrated below.
‘A @ B’ means ‘A Is not smaller than B’
‘A # B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor equal to B’
‘A % B’ means ‘A is neither smaller than nor greater than B’
‘A \$ B’ means ‘A is not greater than B’
‘A * B’ means ‘A is neither greater than nor equal to B’
Give answer 1) : If only conclusion 1 is true
Give answer 2) : If only conclusion 2 is true
Give answer 3) : If either conclusion 1 or 2 is true
Give answer 4) : If neither conclusion 1 nor 2 is true
Give answer 5) : If both conclusions 1 and 2 are true
Q11) Statements : T @ V, V # M, M % F
Conclusions :  1) T # M             2) T @ F

Q12) Statements : L \$ N, N * F, R % L
Conclusions :1) F # R                2) R \$ N

Q13) Statements : H # I, I @ J, J \$ P
Conclusions : 1) H # J               2) H # P

Q14) Statements : L * D, D # K, K \$ J
Conclusions :  1) L # K              2) L \$ K

Q15) Statements : Q \$ W, W % E, E @ K
Conclusions : 1) Q \$ K             2) W @ K

1-2              2-4             3-3           4-1               5-1        6- 2        7- 4           8- 1        9- 4      10- 3       11.1      12.5      13.1        14.3   15.2

### English (Mix Quiz)

Directions (Q. 1-15): 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.
Though I had hired cabins in Bandra and a house in Andheri, divinity would not let me settle down. (1) had I moved into my new house when my brother Balmukund, who had already been through an (2) attack of jaundice some years back, had a (3) attack of typhoid, (4) with pneumonia and signs of restlessness at night. The doctor was (5) in. He said medicine would have (6) effect, but eggs and chicken both might be given. Balmukund was only five years old. To confer with his wishes was out of the question. Being his (7) I had to (8). The doctor was very good. I told him that we were all vegetarians and that I could not possibly give either of the two things to my brother. Would he therefore (9) something else? ‘Your brother’s life is in danger,’ said the (10) doctor. We could give him milk diluted (11) water, but that will not give him enough (12). As you know, I am called in by many vegetarian families, and they do not (13) to anything I (14). I think you will be well advised not to be so (15) on your brother.

Q1. 1) Then           2) Hardly           3) Wherever           4) Quicker         5) Why

Q2.  1) heart         2) big         3) acute         4) hard         5) harsh

Q3. 1) unforgiving         2) hard         3) burly         4) severe         5) tough

Q4.  1) couple         2) felt         3) combined         4) joint         5) adjoining

Q5. 1) brought         2) called         3) invited         4) sent         5) commissioned

Q6. 1) negligent         2) soothed         3) rough         4) little         5) deep

Q7.  1) doctor         2) attendant         3) nurse         4) forefather         5) guardian

Q8.  1) plead         2) hide         3) pressurise         4) decide         5) proceed

Q9. 1) resolve         2) order         3) observe         4) diagnose         5) recommend

Q10. 1) casual        2) good         3) handsome         4) surgeon         5) insincere

Q11. 1) with         2) for         3) at         4) upon        5) in

Q12. 1) dose         2) drug         3) intake         4) nourishment         5) punishment

Q13.  1) oppose         2) protest         3) subject         4) care         5) object

Q14.  1) oppose         2) take         3) prescribe         4) describe         5) propose

Q15. 1) hard         2) unkind         3) easy         4) wise         5) careful

Directions (Q. 16- 20): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) It is a general term used to describe over 200 individual diseases.
(B) The abnormal cells grow without any control, invade through normal tissue barriers and reproduce indefinitely.
(C) The word “cancer” comes from Latin, meaning a crab.
(D) These characteristics include development within any tissue of a malignant growth.
(E) A tumour was called cancer because of swollen veins around the area resembling a crab’s limbs.
(F) These diseases progress differently over a period of time and share certain characteristics.

Q16. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
1) A         2) B         3) C         4) D         5) E

Q17. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
1) A         2) B         3) C         4) D         5) E

Q18. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A         2) B         3) C         4) D         5) None of these

Q19. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A         2) B         3) C         4) D         5) None of these

Q20. Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?
1) A         2) B         3) C         4) D         5) None of thes

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1. The application layer of the OSI model is the
a. seventh layer           b. sixth layer           c. fifth layer         d. fourth layer

Q2. Working of the WAN generally involves
a. satellite            b. frame delay             c. ATM         d. user agent

Q3. Which of the following technique provides dedicated communication channel between two stations.
a. switch network          b. circuit switching             c. packet switching           d. none of these

Q4. End-to-end conncectivity is provided from host-to-host in
a. network layer         b. session layer           c. data link layer         d. transport layer

Q5. Base band is
a. transmission of signals without modulation         b. a signal all of whose energy is contained within a finite frequency range.
c. the simultaneous transmission of data to a number of stations              d. all of the above

Q6. The simultaneous transmission of data to a number of stations is known as
a. Broad cast         b. Bandwidth           c. Aloha         d. Analog transmission

Q7. The communication mode that supports data in both directions
a. simplex         b. half duplex          c. duplex         d. multiplex

Q8. Modulation is the process of
a. sending a file from one computer to another computer               b. converting digital signals to analog signals
c. converting analog signals to digital signals d. echoing every character that is received

Q9. A distributed network configuration in which all data/information pass through a central computer is
a. bus network           b. star network         c. duplex         d. multiplex

Q10. To connect a computer with a device in the same room, you might be likely to use
a coaxial cable b. a dedicated time          c. a ground station         d. all of the above