# QUIZ 96

### Quant Quiz

Directions: Following pie chart shows the monthly expenditure of a man on different items. His income is Rs 8,000 monthly.

Q1. If his salary is Rs 8,000 then how much he pays for food?
1) Rs 1800              2) Rs 1920              3) Rs 2040             4) Rs 2200              5) None of these

Q2. What is the angle shown by medical expenditure?
1) 22°              2) 21 1/3°             3) 34°            4) 29 1/5°             5) 57 3/5°

Q3. What is his monthly saving?
1) Rs 1920              2) Rs 1720              3) Rs 1120             4) Rs 1260              5) None of these

Q4. What is the difference between money he spent on education and medical purposes?
1) Rs 360              2) Rs 260              3) Rs 160             4) Rs 60              5) None of these

Q5. If the salary is raised to Rs 12,000 and distribution on various items remains the same, then how much he spends on medical charges?
1) Rs 1800              2) Rs 2040              3) Rs 2200             4) Rs 1920              5) None of thes

Directions : Each question below is followed by two statements I and II. You are to determine whether the data given in the statement is sufficient to answer the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of Mathematics to choose between the possible answers. Give answer—
1) If the statement I alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement II alone is not sufficient.
2) If the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement I alone is not sufficient.
3) If both statements I and II together are needed to answer the question.
4) If either the statement I alone or the statement II alone is sufficient to answer the question.
5) If you cannot get the answer from the statements I and II together, but need even more data.

Q6. What is the area of rectangle?
I. Perimeter is 20 meter.             II. Sum of two adjacent sides is 10 meters.

Q7. How many letters can 12 typists type in one day?
I. A working day consists of 8 hours?              II. 5 typists can type 200 letters in 2 days.

Q8. If x and y are integers, is x + y an even number?
I. 5 < x < 10             II. 6 < y < 9

Q9. What is the value of P?
I. The average of x, y and P is 10.               II. –x = y

Q10. If a man wants to cover a square room with a carpet, how much will it cost?
I. If the service charge is Rs 15 and each square yard cost is Rs 20.
II. If the room were 1/2 as large in area, it would cost Rs 150 less

1. 2

(24*8000)/100 = 1920

2. 5

Angle = 16/100*360 = 288/5 = 57 3/5

3. 3

14/100 * 8000 = 1120

4. 3

Education = 18% of 8000

= 8000 * 18/100 = 1440

Medical = 16% of 8000

8000 * 16/100 = 1280

Difference = 1440 – 1280 = 160

5. 4

12000 * 16/100 = 1920

6. 5; Using Statement I:

2(L + B) = 20

L + B = 10

Using Statement II:

L + B = 10

So, even by using both the statements together we cannot

find the area of the rectangle.

7. 2; Using Statement II:

In 2 days 5 typists type 200 letters.

In 1 day 5 typists type 100 letters.

In 1 day 1 typist types 20 letters.

In 1 day 12 typists type 240 letters.

8. 5; Using Statement I:

x = 6, 7, 8, 9

Using Statement II:

y = 7, 8

So, even by using both the statements together we cannot

find the answer, as x + y can be odd as well as even.

9. 3;

From statement I:

(x + y + P)/3 = 10

x + y + P = 30

From statement II:

–x = y

\x + y = 0

x + y + P = 30

10. 2; Using II alone

Cost to cover the room with carpet will be 300.

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Eight players—Sachin, Virender, Mahender, Suresh, Praveen, Rahul, Ravinder, and Dinesh are sitting in three lines L1, L2 and L3. And they are in three different categories, either batsman or bowler or all rounder. In each line at least two and at most three players are sitting there. And at least two players are in each category but not more than three.
Virender and Mahender are in different lines but not in line L2, and both are in same categories. Dinesh and Ravinder are in same line and in same categories, but not all rounder. Suresh and Praveen are in different lines but not in line L1 and in different categories but not all rounder. Sachin is in line L2 and Suresh is not in same as in Sachin. Both players of line L2 are bowlers. Rahul is all rounder and not in line L1. From three all rounder two are line in L3. Rahul and Mahinder are in same line, and there are three batsmen.

Q1.Who are batsmen among these eight players?
1) Virender, Suresh, Rahul              2) Ravinder, Suresh, Virender              3) Virender, Ravinder, Dinesh
4) Dinesh, Ravinder, Mahinder              5) Suresh, Dinesh, Ravinder.

Q2.In which line Ravinder and Suresh are sitting?
1) L2 & L3              2) L1 & L2             3) L1 & L3             4) both in L3             5) Can’t be determined

Q3.Which two are in same categories and in same line?
1) Rahul and Virender              2) Dinesh and Suresh              3) Ravinder and Virender             4) Mahinder and Rahul
5) Praveen and Suresh

Q4.In which category and line Praveen is there?
1) Bowler-L2              2) Bowler-L3              3) Batsmen-L2             4) Batsmen-L3             5) Can’t be determined

Q5.In which categories 3 players are there?
1) Bowlers and all rounders              2) Batsmen and all rounders              3) Bowlers and batsmen
4) Can’t be determined              5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
Five friends Rosy, Mandy, Denial, Lucky and Ella like five different watches Titan, Samay, Sonata, Citizen and Fastrack 5 different cars Wagon R, Alto, Santro, Swift and Xylo & 5 different pens Reynolds, Parker, Cello, Montex and Elkos. Ella like wagon R car but not like Parker pen and Citizen Watch; lucky likes sonata watch and Reynolds pens but not like Xylo car. Mandy likes Xylo car and Samay watch. Rosy like Santro car and Cello pen, person who likes wagon R car likes Fastrack watch. Elkos pen is liked by a person who has swift car and citizen watch.

Q6.Who like Parker pen and Fastrack watch respectively?
(1)Ella, Denial              (2)Denial, Rosy             (3)Rosy, Mandy              (4)Mandy, Ella             (5)None of these

Q7.Which of the following car is liked by Lucky?
(1)Wagon R              (2)Swift             (3)Alto             (4)Either Alto or Swift             (5)None of these

Q8.Who does like Montex pen?
(1)Ella              (2)Denial             (3)Rosy            (4)Mandy             (5)None of these

Q9.Which of the following pair matching is correct?
(1)Xylo-Mandy-Parker-Citizen             (2)Parker-Denial-Fastrack-Ella             (3)Fastrack-Ella-Swift-Montex
(4)Denial-Elkos-Swift-Citizen             (5)None of these

Q10.Who does like watch of Titan?
(1) Mandy              (2) Rosy             (3) Denial            (4) can’t be determined             (5)None of these

1. 5; Suresh, Dinesh, Ravinder.
2. 3; L1 and L3
3. 4; Mahinder and Rahul
4. 1; Bowler—L2
5. 2; Batsmen and All rounder
 Name Car Watch Pen Ella Wagan R Fastrack Montex Luckey Alto Sonata Reynolds Mandy Xylo Samay Parker Rosy Santro Titan Cello Denial Swift Citizen Elkos
1. 4
2. 3
3. 1
4. 4
5. 2

### English Quiz

Directions: In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pair of words denoted by numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make the sentence meaningfully complete.
Q1. He objected to the proposal because it was founded on a ________ principle and also was ________ at times.
1) faulty — desirable              2) imperative — reasonable               3) wrong — inconvenient                  4) sound — acceptable
5) conforming — deplorable
Q2. The criterion for ________ a player should be based on his recent performance; but unfortunately, the journalists are ________ to be carried away by earlier successes.
1) condemning — satisfying              2) judging — prone              3) revealing — reluctant             4) eager — acclaiming
5) criticising — clean
Q3. For the last half century he ________ himself to public affairs ________ taking a holiday.
1) by — committed              2) after — offered                3) devoted — without            4) sacrificed — after            5) prepared — before
Q4. You will see signs of ________ everywhere, which speak well for the ________ of these people.
1) decoration — senses               2) clear — debris                3) beauty — careful               4) industry — prosperity
5) repairs — extravaganza
Q5. The police arrested Ramesh on a ________ of theft but for lack of evidence ________ him.
1) crime — imprisoned               2) punished — complaint                3) left — condition              4) tip — absconding
5) charge — released
Directions: 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 the errors of punctuation, if any.)
Q6. 1) Ever since the dawn of civilisation /2) persons in power /3) have tried to always /4) supervise or control education. / 5) No error
Q7. 1) Progress in life /2) depends a good deal /3) on crossing one /4) threshold upon another. /5) No error
Q8. 1) The apathy of mostly state /2) in failing to tackle /3) the problem of adult literacy /4) is also to blame for this scenario. /5) No error
Q9. 1) The opinions and comments of newspapers/ 2) can influence the life /3) of a nation only /4) when they are read by its people. /5) No error
Q10. 1) Several time in the history /2) of the world, particular countries /3) and cities have attained /4) a high degree of civilisation. /5) No error

1. 3
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. 5
6. 3; Change the order as — ‘have always tried to’.
7. 4; Replace ‘upon’ with ‘after’.
8. 1; It should be ‘most states’ in place of ‘mostly state’.
9. 5
10. 1; It should be ‘times’ in place of ‘time’.

### Computer Quiz

Q1: Which of the following functions are not performed by servers?
1 Email         2.Databae sharing         3.Processing websites         4.Storage         5.Word Processing

Q2.Which media have the ability to have data stored on them by users more than once?
1.CD-R         2.CD-RW disks         3.Zip disks         4.OptiDisks         5.Both CD disks and Zip disks

Q3.To insert a copy of the clipboard contents, _____________ whatever was last cut or copied at the insertion point?
1)paste         2)stick in         3)fit in         4)push in         5)None of these

Q4.In a punched card system, data is processed by a?
1)Keypunch machine, sorter and posting machine             2)Accounting machine, posting machine, and billing machine
3)Sorter, posting machine, and billing machine                  4)Accounting machine, keypunch machine and sorter
5)None of the above

Q5.Special effect used to introduce slides in a presentation are called ………
1)Effect           2)Custom animation         3)Transition         4)Animation         5)Preset animation

Q6.Which is the slowest internet connection service?
1)Digital Subscriber Line              2)T1         3)Cable modem          4)Leased Line         5)Dial-up Service

Q7.For separating channels in FDM, it is necessary to use?
1)Time slots               2)Bandpass filters         3)Differentiation         4)All of the above         5)None of these

Q8.A computer-intensive problem runs on a _______?
1)server          2)mainframe         3)supercomputer         4)super PC         5)None of these