QUIZ 97

QUIZ 97

Quant Quiz

Q1. Mr. Rao invests a sum of Rs. 41, 250 at the rate of 6 p.c.p.a. What approximate amount of compound interest will he obtain at the end of 3 years?
A) Rs. 8,l00          B) Rs 7,425           C) Rs 8,210           D) Rs 7,879            E) Rs 7,295

Q2.The profit after selling a pair of trousers for Rs. 863 is the same as the loss incurred after selling the same pair of trousers for Rs. 631. What is the cost price of the pair of trousers?
A) Rs 750           B) Rs 800            C) Rs 763            D) Cannot be determined          E) None of these

Q3.The ratio of the length and the breadth of a rectangular plot is 6 : 5 respectively; if the breadth of the  plot is 34 metre less than the length, what is the perimeter of the rectangular plot?
A) 374 metre              B) 408 metre                C) 814 metre            D) 748 metre          E) None of these

Q4. Ninad, Vikas and Manav enter into a partnership. Ninad‘ invests some amount at the beginning. Vikas invests double the amount after 6 months and Manav invests thrice the amount invested by Ninad afier 8 months. They earn a profit of Rs 45,000 at the end of the year. What is Manav’s share in the profit?
A)Rs 25,000                B)Rs 15,000              C)Rs 12,000                D)Rs 9,000              E) None of these

Q5. The cost of 7 tables and 12 chairs is Rs 48,250. What is the cost of 21 tables and 36 chairs?
A) Rs 96,500             B) Rs l,25,500               C) Rs l,44,750              D) Cannot be determined             E) None of these

Q6. ‘A’ can complete a piece of work in 12 days. ‘A’ and ‘B’ together can complete the same piece of work in 8 days. In how many days can ‘B’ alone complete the same piece of work?
A) 15 days              B) 18 days                C) 24 days            D) 28 days                E) None of these

Q7. What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following question?
6523 ÷ 544 × l.2=?
A)21                B)33             C)14               D)8             E)28

Q8. Raman drove from home to a neighbouring town at the speed of 50 km/hr and on his return journey, he drove at the speed of 45 km/hr and also took an hour longer to reach home. What distance did he cover each way?
A)450 km                 B)225 km                 C)900 km                 D)500 km           E) None of these

Q9. The average weight of a group of 75 girls was calculated as 47 kg. It was later discovered that the weight of one of the girls was read as 45 kg, whereas her actual weight was 25 kg. What is the actual average weight of the group of 75 girls? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal)
A)46.73 kg                B) 46.64 kg                C) 45.96 kg            D) Cannot be determined               E) None of these

Q10. In how many different ways can the letters of the word ‘MIRACLE’ be arranged? 
A) 720           B) 5040               C) 2520                  D) 40320              E) None of these

Q11. The sum of the two digits of a two-digit number is 12 and the difference between the two-digits of the two-digit number is 6. What is the two-digit number? 
A) 39             B) 84               C) 93            D) Cannot be determined            E) None of these

Q12. If an amount of Rs. 74, 336 is equally divided amongst 150 people, how much approximate amount would each person get?
A) Rs. 522            B) Rs. 485               C) Rs. 496             D) Rs. 488                E) Rs. 5 10

Q13. Mr. Sarang invests 6% of his monthly salary i.e. Rs 2,100 on insurance policies. Also he invests 8% of his monthly salary on family mediclaim policies and another 9% of his salary on NSCs. What is the total annual amount invested by Mr. Sarang? 
A) Rs 11,400             B) Rs 96,600         C) Rs 8,050             D) Rs 9,500                E) None of these

Q14. A trader sells 145 metre of cloth for Rs 12,325 at the profit of Rs 10 per metre’ of cloth. What is the cost price of 1 metre of cloth?
A) Rs. 65               B) Rs. 75             C) Rs. 95                 D) Rs 85            E) None of these

Q15. There are 7 dozen candles kept in a box. If there are 14 such boxes, how many candles are there in all the boxes together?
A) 1176               B) 98                C) 1216                 D) 168             E) None of these

Answer & Explanation

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

1. (D) CI = P [(1+6/100)^T-1 ] = 41250 [(1+6/100)^3-1 ] = 41250 ((53 × 53 × 53 – 50 × 50 × 50)/(50 × 50 × 50))
= 41250 ((148857 – 125000)/125000)
=  (41250 – 23877)/125000 =Rs. 7879

2.(E) CP of the pair of trousers = (863+631)/2
= 1494/2 = kg 747

3. (D) Let the length and breadth of the plot be 6x metre and 5x metre respectively.
6x – 5x = 34
X = 34
Perimeter of the plot = 2(6 * 34 + 5 * 34)
= 748 metre

4.(B) Let the investment of Ninad be Rs x
Investment of Vikas = Rs. 2x
And investment of Manav = Rs. 3x
Ratio of their investments
= x * 12 : 2x * 6 : 3x * 4
= 12x : 12x : 12x = 1 : 1 : 1
Manav’s share in the profit = 1/3 * 45000
= Rs. 15000

5. (C) Cost of 21 tables and 36 chairs = 3 * (48250)
= Rs. 144750

6. (C) Work of A for 1 day = 1/12
Work of (A + B) for 1 day = 1/8
Work of B for 1 day = 1/8 – 1/12 = 1/24
B alone can complete the same work in 24 days.

7. (C) ? = 6523 ÷ 544 * 1.2
= 6523/544  ×1.2=14 (App.)

8. (A)  Let the distance covered by him each way be x km.
x/45 – x/50 = 1
(10x-9x )/450=1
x=450

9. (A) Actual average wt. = (75 ×47 +25-45)/75
= (3525-20)/75=3505/75
= 46. 73 kg.

10.(B) Reqd. different ways = 7p7
= 7!
= 5040

11. (E) Let the number be 10x + y
x + y = 12
and x – y = 6
x = 9
and y = 3
or, x =3
and y = 9
Hence the no. may be 93 or 39.

12.(C) The amount each would get = 74336/50
= Rs. 496 (App.)

13. (B) Total amount invested = 2100 * 23/6 = Rs. 8050
Annual investment =Rs. 8050*12 = 96,600

14. (B) Let the cost of 1 metre of cloth be Rs. x.
(x + 10) * 145 = 12325
145x + 1450 = 12325
x = (12325-1450)/145=Rs.75

15. (A) Total no. of candles = 14 * 7 * 12 = 1176

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
A word arrangement machine, when given a particular input rearranges it following a particular rule. The following is the illustration of the input and the steps of arrangement:
Input:name 37 11 is his 42 Khan 28
Step I:is name 37 11 his 42 Khan 28
Step II:is 42 name 37 11 his Khan 27
Step III:is 42 his name 37 11 Khan 28 
Step IV:is 42 his 37 name 11 Khan 28
Step V: is 42 his 37 Khan name 11 28
Step VI:is 42 his 37 Khan 28 name 11
VIth step is the last step.

Q1.If the following step is the II step, of an input. What will be fourth step?
Step II : is 86 falling 47 53 rain 22 still                1) is 86 rain 53 falling 47 22 still                  2) is 86 rain 53 still 47 falling 22
3) is 86 rain falling 47 53 22 still                4) is 86 rain 53 still 47 22 falling                   5) None of these

Q2.Following is an input step, which will be the last step?
Input : 11 sky is 7 84 no 33 limit 27 for me.
1) is 84 no 33 me 27 for 11 sky 7 limit                  2) is 84 me 33 no 27 for 11 sky 7 limit
3) is 84 me 33 no 27 sky 11 for 7 limit                 4) is 84 no 33 sky 27 no 11 for 7 limit           5) None of these

Q3.Input : to 36 clear 28 11 the pre 15 exam.
Which of the following will be IV step?
1) to 36 pre 28 clear 11 the 15 exam               2) to 36 the 28 clear pre 11 15 exam            3) to 36 pre 28 the 15 clear 11 exam
4) to 36 pre 28 the clear 11 15 exam                5) None of these

Q4.Which step will be the last but one step for the following input.
Input : 84 cat 62 runs 11 very 46 slowly.
1) V            2) IV             3) VI            4) VII             5) None of these

Q5.Which of these words/number would be fourth from left side in step IV for the above input?
1) runs              2) 11             3) 62             4) very             5) None of these

Direction (Q. 21-25): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer
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 follows.

Q6.Statements:P ≤ Q > R = M > K > S
Conclusions:I.Q > K            II.R < P

Q7.Statements😀 = R,  R ≥ M,  M < Q
Conclusions:I.M = D                   II.D > M

Q8.Statements:C ≥ A,  B ≤ A,  B > M
Conclusions:I.B < C                II.C = B

Q9.Statements:A ≥ C = B,  K > D > S < P = B
Conclusions:I.A = B               II.A > B

Q10.Statements:A > P,  Z > A,  N ≥ Z,  L ≥N
Conclusions:I.P = L                II.P < L

Directions (Q. 11-13): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:
P @ Q means ‘Q is the father of P’.
P # Q means ‘P is the mother of Q’.
P + Q means ‘P is the sister of Q’.
P – Q means ‘Q is the daughter of P’.
P $ Q means ‘P is the wife of Q’.

Q11.Which of the following means that S is the daughter-in-law of the wife of the father of N?
1) S $ M @ N – R                  2) R $ M – N # S                 3) S $ N # M – R              4) R $ N – M $ S               5) None of these

Q12.If C $ B – N $ W – T + S; N + M then which of the following is true?
1) M is the uncle of T.              2) C is the grandmother of S.              3) N is the daughter-in-law of C.             4) S is the nephew of M. 5) More than one of the above is true.

Q13.If S + O; C – E; S $ L; C $ O; M @ L then how is E’s father related to M’s father?
1) Husband                 2) Brother                3) Father               4) Brother-in-law                5) None of these

Q14.In a certain code language PROFESSOR is written as TRHQGUUTQ, in the same language how the word CONDITION will be written in that code among the following?
1) QEFPKVKPQ              2) QEFPKKVPQ               3) QFEPKKVPQ             4) QEFKPKVPQ           5) None of these

Q15.Nitin starts walking in west direction and after walking 35 metres he moves towards north direction and walks 12 metres then moves in south-east direction (towards the starting point) and walks 20 metres and stops. How far he is from the starting point?
1) 33 metre           2) 37 metre          3) 17 metre       4) 27 metre              5) 47 metre

Answer & Explanation

(1-5):

Machine rearranges the alphabetical words in ascending order of their length, in case of same length, the word whole first letter comes first in alphabet will get the priority and should placed first, numbers are arranged in descending order, in sequence, letter number letter and so on.

  1. 1;   Step II. is 86 falling 47 53 rain 22 still

Step III. is 86 rain falling 47 53 22 still

Step IV. is 86 rain 53 falling 47 22 still

  1. 2
  2. 3;   Step I. to 36 pre clear 28 11 the 15 exam

Step II. to 36 pre 28 clear 11 the 15 exam

Step III. to 36 pre 28 the clear 11 15 exam

Step IV. to 36 pre 28 the 15 clear 11 exam

  1. 2;   Input : 84 cat 62 runs 11 very 46 slowly

Step I. cat 84 62 runs 11 very 46 slowly

Step II. cat 84 runs 62 11 very 46 slowly

Step III. cat 84 runs 62 very 11 46 slowly

Step IV. cat 84 runs 62 very 46 11 slowly

Step V. cat 84 runs 62 very 46 slowly 11

5.3 ; 62

Solutions (6-10)

6.1;   Q > R = M > K

 Q > R > K

 Q > K is true

7. 3;   D = R M

 D  M

8. 3;   C A and A  B

C  B

9. 3;   A C = B

 A  B

10. 2;   L N,  N  Z,  Z > A

L  Z > A

 L > A,  A > P (given)

So, L > P

or, P < L

 

Solutions (11-13)

11. 5            12. 2              13. 4            14. 2            15. 3

 

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.
In our system, a vast gap (1) the life children lead at school and what they experience outside. The space where they are (2) to learn about life is so far removed from (3) that we might as well ask (4) to buy space-suits for their little ones, instead of school uniforms. (5) they read, listen to and copy from the blackboard is so meticulously deodorized and (6) that it carries no resonance of experienced reality and (7) in life. The school day becomes a (8) of didactic songs and memorised information. Special (9) are marked by elaborate acts of sycophancy and preaching. School authorities (10) stop talking about values, but ignore the cynicism felt by the young over the high levels of chicanery and verbosity they find in adult talk.
Q1.  1) occurs            2) separates            3) bridges           4) escapes            5) finds
Q2.  1) about            2) worried            3) compelled            4) supposed            5) deprived
Q3.  1) reality            2) school            3) fantasy           4) imagination          5) existence
Q4.  1) teachers            2) principals           3) schools           4) coaching classes          5) parents
Q5.  1) When               2) How              3) What             4) Whether           5) Whenever
Q6.  1) sanctified               2) written               3) emphasised               4) memorised             5) imbibed
Q7.  1) demand                  2) culture                 3) miseries             4) joy               5) applicability
Q8.  1) programme            2) ritual               3) consult            4) tradition          5) store
Q9.  1) persons                  2) leaders                    3) locations                        4) occasions               5) indications
Q10.  1) always                    2) deliberately                      3) seldom                  4) relentlessly            5) invariably
Directions (Q. 11-15): 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) Happiness, if at all found, is accompanied with sorrow.
(B) This attitude helps us to cope up with our unhappiness.
(C) The world is full of miseries, problems, risks and discomfiture.
(D) It also helps us to be sympathetic to others who are more unhappy.
(E) Therefore, it seems to be wise to compare our lot with the lot of those who are less fortunate.
(F) None can find here perfect happiness
Q11. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement? 
1) B             2) C            3) D            4) E           5) F
Q12. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement? 
1) B             2) C           3) D          4) E            5) F
Q13. Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement? 
1) B          2) C            3) D           4) E            5) F
Q14. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement? 
1) B            2) C            3) D            4) E            5) F
Q15. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) B             2) C           3) D           4) E          5) F

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. A processor that collects the transmissions from several communications media and sends them over a single line that operates at a higher capacity is called ______.

1) multiplexor              2) bridge                 3) hub            4) router            5) None of these

Q2._________ is a primary key of one file that also appears in another file.

1) Physical key              2) Primary key             3) Foreign key                4) Logical key               5) None of these

Q3.What is the full form of SDRM?

(1) Shift Dynamic random access memory               (2) Synchronous Dynamic random access memory

(3) System Dynamic random access memory                  (4) Serial Dynamic random access memory                 (5) None of these

Q4.Alerts are mostly appears in ____?

(1) Check box              (2) Combo box             (3) Dialog box             (4) Window box             (5) None of these

Q5.When using characters in Windows, what code does a window use?

(1) ASCII               (2) UNICODE            (3) MORSE              (4) IDBC             (5) WESTRN

Q6.Forms that provide the basic structure for a particular kind of document are known as…

1) wizards              2) templates             3) macros            4) patches           5) None of these

Q7. ________ is a technique for transmitting a large amount of information, including voice, data and video, over long distances.

1) Multiplexor             2) Bridge            3) Broadband network            4) Beta software             5) None of these

Q8.With reference to a computer, an assembler is a……

1) symbol               2) language            3) program            4) grammar             5) person who assembles the parts

Q9.Which language is directly understood by the computer without translation program ?

(1) BASIC language             (2) Assembly language            (3) High level language             (4) C language             (5) Machine language

Q10. A tuple is a

1) column of a table             2) two-dimensional table              3) row of a table              4) key of a table             5) None of these

Answers

1.1            2.3             3.2            4.3            5.1             6.2           7.3            8.3           9.5             10.1

 

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