QUIZ 99

QUIZ 99

Quant Quiz

Direction : Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions below :
Total Sales of Hindi and English newspaper in five different localities of a city : 

Q1.What is the difference between the total sale of Hindi newspaper and the total sale of English newspaper in all the localities together ?
1) 4000          2) 5000          3) 3000          4) 2500          5) None of these

Q2. The sale of Hindi newspaper in locality P is approximately what percent of the total sale of Hindi newspaper in all the localities together ?
1) 20 %          2) 15 %          3) 18 %          4) 24 %          5) None of these

Q3.What is the ratio of the sale of Hindi newspaper in locality R to the sale of English newspaper in locality T ?
1) 12 : 7          2) 11 : 7          3) 7 : 12          4) 8 : 12          5) None of these

Q4. The sale of English and Hindi newspaper is locality P is what percent of the sale of English and Hindi newspaper in locality S ?
1) 220          2) 125          3) 120          4) 135          5) None of these

Q5.What is the total sale of English newspaper in all the localities together ?
1) 22000          2) 20000          3) 25000          4) 21000          5) None of these

Q6.What is the average sale of English and Hindi newspaper in locality R and S ?
1) 9000          2) 14000          3) 12000          4) 8000          5) None of these

Direction: Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below it :
Percentage proportion of income of seven companies in a state during financial year – 2013 – 14 :

Q7. If the expenditure of company D is 750 crore, what was the total income of all the given companies together ?
1) Rs. 4135 crore          2) Rs. 4115 crore          3) Rs. 4125 crore          4) Rs. 4025 crore          5) None of these

Q8. If in the given financial year income of company A was 440 crore. What was the approximately expenditure of company C in that year ?
1) Rs. 45 crore          2) Rs. 55 crore          3) Rs. 46 crore          4) Rs. 35 crore          5) None of these

Q9.What is the ratio of the expenditure of company D to company C ?
1) 80 : 11          2) 11 : 80          3) 12 : 70          4) 70 : 12          5) None of these

Q10. If the difference between the income of company F and company A is Rs. 750 crore, what is the expenditure of both the companies together ?
1) Rs. 6400 crore          2) Rs. 7400 crore          3) Rs. 8400 crore          4) Rs. 5400 crore          5) None of these

Q11.Which of the following companies has recorded the maximum profit in this financial year if the combined income of these companies is Rs. 4500 crore ?
1) A          2) B          3) F          4) C          5) None of these

Q12. If the income of company D and B together is Rs. 270 crore then fined the profit of company B in that year ?
1) Rs. 14.25 crore          2) Rs. 15.5 crore          3) Rs. 11.75 crore          4) Rs. 12.5 crore          5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1. 3
2300 – 20000 = 3000

2. 4
5500/23000 * 100 = 23.91%

3. 1
6000/3500 = 12/7 = 12:7

4. 3
9000/7500 * 100 = 120

5. 2

6. 4
(8500 + 7500)/2 = 16000/2 = 8000

7. 3
20% * 100/110 * total = 750
Total = 4125

8. 2
20% = 440
1% = 440/20 = 22
3% = 66 crore
exp = 66 * 100/120 = 55 crore

9. 1

10. 4
5% = 750
1% = 150
(45*150)/125 * 100 = 5400 crore

11. 3

12. 3
(20% + 10%) = 270
10% = 90
Ib = 90
Eb = (90*100)/115 = 78.26
Pb = 11.739

 

Reasoning Quiz

Direrctions (Q. Nos. 1-5): Read the following information carefully and then answer the questions given below:
(1) A labrador , an Alsatian, a terrier and greyhound win the top four prizes in a dog race. Their owenrs are A, B, C and D , not necessarily in that order. their dog’s name are P, Q, R and S, not necessarily in that order.
(2) C’s dog neither wins first nor second prize.
(3) the terrier wins the first prize.
(4) S wins second prize.
(5) the Labrador is P.
(6) B’s Dog, the grayhound, wins fourth prize.
(7) D’s dog is Q.

Q1. The first prize is won by
1) A’s dog              2) D’s dog               3) S                 4) P            5) R

Q2. C’s dog
1) is the terrier              2) is the Alsatian                 3) is the Labrador               4) wins the second prize          5) is Q

Q3. R ?
1) is owned by B                2) is owned by A                3) is an Alstian                4) is a  terrier                      5) wins third prize

Q4.In which of the following statements are the dogs correctly  listed in  the ascending order of their prizes?
I. A’s Dog, the Labrador        II. P, C’s dog, the Alsatian            III. R, the Labrador, A’s dog
1) I only              2)  II only               3) III only               4) II and III only               5) I and II only

Q5. on the basis of statements (1), (3), (4), (5) and (6) only , which of the following may be deduced?
I. S is the boxer               II. The greyyard is Qor R.              III. P wins third prize.
1) I only               2) II only                3) III only               4) I, II and III only                5)Data insufficient

Q6. In a certain code language , ils ne paar means ‘ I will cry’, bal fhi tan means ‘she is married’ and pi le prop means ‘we are happy’. How will one say ‘she is happy’in this language?
1) pit fhi tan              2) ils prop le              3) bal fhi prop              4) paar bal ils              5) tan le ils

Q7 If MUMBAI is assigned a value of 5, COCHIN a value of 7 and CHENNAI a value of 9, then what would be the value of CALCUTTA?
1) 11                  2) 8                3) 9                4) 12                 5) 7

Directions (8 – 12): In these questions symbols @, $, #, &, % are used with different meanings as follows.
P @ Q  means P is smaller than Q
P # Q   means P is either Smaller than or equal to Q
P $ Q   means P is greater than Q
P % Q  means P is either greater than or equal to Q
P & Q  means P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q
In each of the following questions assuming the given statements to be true, find out which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is /are definitely true.
Give answer (1) if only conclusion I is true.
Give answer (2) if only conclusion II is true.
Give answer (3) if either conclusion I or II is true.
Give answer (4) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.
Give answer (5) if both conclusions I and II is true

Q8 statements: H # Q,   Q @ F,  L $
Conclusions: I. L $ H          II. H # F

Q9 statements: J $ T,   T @ V,  V # M
Conclusions: I. T # M          II. J % M

Q10. statements: U # D,   D @ R,  R % T
Conclusions: I. U @ R          II. T $ D

Q11. statements: M & L,   L $ K,  K @ R
Conclusions: I. M & R          II. M @ R

Q12. statements: J @ N,   N % W,  W $ V
Conclusions: I. J % V          II. J @ W

Q13. Among A, B, C, D and E. each having a different weight, D is not lighter than B and E is not heavier than A. C is not the heaviest. Who among them is the lightest ?
(1) D               (2) B               (3) E              (4) Data inadequate          (5) None of these

Q14.Each consonant in the word BISCU1T is replaced by the next letter in the English aiphabet and each vowel is replaced by the previous letter in the English aiphabet and the letters so obtained are rearranged in alphabetical order, which of the following will be the third from the left end after the rearrangement?
(1)C           (2)D             (3) H             (4) T            (5) None of these

Q15. In a row of forty children. Q is fourteenth from the left end and there are sixteen children between Q and M. What is M’s Position from the right end of the row ?
(1) 11th                 (2) 1Oth                  (3) 30th               (4) Data inadequate           (5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1. 2; Once statement (6) idetifies the fourth prize winner and you determine that C’s dog therefore wins third prize, it follows that since S wins third prize, it follows that since S wins second prize, D’s Q wins the first prize.

2. 3; follow the reasoning process in answer

3. 1; using the information we can compile the following chart;
PRIZE     BREED      OWNER     NAME
1   Terrier     D          Q
2    Alsatian    A          S
3    Labrador    C          P
4   Greyhound   B          R

4. 1
5. 4
6. 5
7. 3
8. 1
9. 4
10. 1
11. 4
12. 4
13. 4
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.
With the US military tied down on two fronts and the rest of the world growing (1) to American power, the challenges for Rice are as (2) as they have been for any Secretary of State in the past three decades. After six years of tussling with others on Bush’s national-security team, Rice has seen off her rivals and (3) as the principal spokesperson for Bush’s foreign (4). Her reward has been to (5) responsibility for selling a failed policy in Iraq and (6) a legacy for Bush at a time when (7) in the world are in the mood to help her. “Bush is severely (8) and has very little (9) or support at home or abroad,” says Leslie Gelb, former president of the Council on Foreign Relations. “That is (10) true for his Secretary of State. So they are (11) flailing around.” That’s a grim assessment, since the (12) to international order are (13) today than at any other time since the end of the cold war. The most immediate source of (14) emanates from where the country civil war risks (15) a region-wide conflict.

Q1.  1) resistant            2) subservient             3) immune            4) cordial          5) indifference

Q2.  1) obvious           2) trivial           3) superfluous           4) daunting           5) rewarding

Q3.  1) renamed           2) emerged           3) appointed           4) entrusted          5) visited

Q4.  1) aid           2) recognition           3) policy           4) acceptability          5) minister

Q5.  1) shirk           2) avoid           3) transfer           4) visualize          5) inherit

Q6.  1) focusing          2) framing           3) escaping           4) salvage          5) demolishing 

Q7.  1) people           2) few           3) diplomats          4) autocrats          5) most

Q8.  1) intensified          2) master-minded           3) weakened           4) projected           5) supported

Q9.  1) credibility           2) difficulty           3) majority           4) power           5) enthusiasm

Q10.  1) not           2) uniformly           3) remotely           4) partially           5) also

Q11.  1) effectively           2) inadvertently           3) basically          4) aimlessly          5) not

Q12. 1) admirations          2) threats           3) pleasantries           4) demands          5) accolades 

Q13. 1) louder           2) fewer          3) magnificent          4) most          5) bigger

Q14. 1) instability          2) fuel           3) energy           4) peace          5) atrocity

Q15.  1) defusing          2) demolishing          3) terminating           4) igniting           5) extinguishing

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) To propose the idea of becoming perfected is not the same as saying that we human beings can be perfect.
(B) It only means that we are capable of learning, changing and growing throughout the span of our earthly life.
(C) Learning is a process that begins at birth and lasts till death.
(D) This development through understanding new things, transforming and developing throughout may be considered as the perfection of soul.
(E) Given that we are here to continually learn on the journey of life, it seems that the ultimate goal of learning is the perfection of our souls.
(F) Nor that we should be perfect in everything.

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

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

Q18. Which of the following should be the THIRD statement after rearrangement?
1) A           2) B           3) C          4) D           5) F

Q19. Which of the following should be FOURTH statement after rearrangement?
1) A           2) B           3) C           4) D           5) F

Q20. Which of the following should be the LAST statement after rearrangement?
1) A           2) B           3) c           4) D           5) E

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1.Codes consisting of lines of varying widths or lengths that are computerreadableare known as
(1) an ASCII code            (2) a magnetic tape          (3) a bar code             (4) an OCR scanner          (5) None of these

Q2.Part number, part description, and number of parts ordered are examples of
(1) control           (2) output           (3) processing           (4) feedback           (5) input

Q3.To instruct Word to fit the width of a column to the contents of a tableautomatically, click the________ button and then point to AutoFit Contents.
(1) Fit to Form            (2) Format            (3) Autosize          (4) Contents            (5) AutoFit

Q4.In Word you can force a page break–
(A)By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing the F1 key
(B)By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing Ctrl+Enter
(C)By using the Insert/Section Break          (D)By changing the font size of your document          (E)None of these

Q5.The…folder retains copies of messages that you have started but are not yet ready to send.
(A) Drafts          (B) Outbox          (C) Address Book          (D) Sent Items          (E) Inbox

Q6.Which ports connect special types of music instruments to sound cards ?
(A)BUS          (B)CPU          (C)USB           (D)MIDI          (E)MINI

Q7.Video processors consist ofEEE.andEEE., which store and process images.
(A)CPU and VGA          (B)CPU and memory         (C)VGA and memory          (D)VGI and DVI          (E)None of these

Q8. Video processors consist of…and…, which store and process images.
(A) CPU and VGA          (B) CPU and memory          (C) VGA and memory          (D) VGI and DVI          (E) None of these.

Q9.Networks are monitored by security personnel and supervised by EEEwho set(s) up accounts and passwords for authorized network users.
(A)IT managers          (B)The government          (C)Network administrators          (D)Password administrators          (E)None of these.

Q10.Fax machines and imaging systems are examples of —
(A)Bar-code readers          (B)Imaging systems          (C)Scanning devices          (D)Pen-based systems            (E)None of theses

Answers

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

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