QUIZ 100

QUIZ 100

Quant Quiz

Direction : The following table gives the percentage of population of Five States UP, MP, Rajasthan, Bihar and Punjab which are below poverty line and also the ratio of male to female among them :
Study the table and answer the questions based on it –

States%age of Population below Poverty LinePopulation of Males < Females
Below Poverty Line Male:FemaleAbove Poverty Line Male : Female
Punjab252:36:4
U.P205:63:7
M.P153:78:7
Rajasthan354:36:5
Bihar405:37:8

Q1.What will be the male population above poverty line for state U.P if the female population below poverty line for state U.P is 18 million ?
1) 29.6 million             2) 39.6 million             3) 49.6 million            4) 19.6 million            5) None of these

Q2.What will be the number of females below poverty line in state Rajasthan if the total population of state is 20 million ?
1) 5 million             2) 6 million             3) 3 million             4) 4 million             5) None of these

Q3. If the male population above poverty line in state Bihar is 21 million, then find the total population of the state is –
1) 48 million             2) 131.5 million             3) 75 million             4) 121.5 million             5) None of these

Q4. If the population of males below poverty line for state M.P is 15 million and that for state Punjab is 18 million , then the ratio of total population of state M. P to Punjab is –
1) 40 : 27             2) 30 : 27             3) 50 : 27             4) 27 : 50             5) None of these

Q5. If the below poverty line population of Rajasthan is 35 million, Find the number of males in Rajasthan, who are above poverty line –
1) 35.45 million             2) 36 million             3) 34.94 million             4) 38.94 million             5) None of these

Q6. If the above poverty line population of state Punjab is 75 million find the below poverty line population of female in state Punjab ?
1) 40 million             2) 15 million             3) 25 million             4) 20 million             5) None of these

Direction : Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below :
Number of students enrolled with five colleges over the years

Colleges

Years

PQRST
2006450320400480520
2007480350380500540
2008420300410520460
2009460360430470480
2010470340390530530

 

Q7. If from college Q in 2009, 90 % of the students enrolled appeared in a competitive examination, out of which 75 % students passed, how many students passed the examination ?
1) 280             2) 216             3) 243             4) 270             5) None of these

Q8. In 2007, from all the colleges together an overall 40 % of the students enrolled for a computer course total how many students enrolled for these course ?
1) 700             2) 600               3) 800             4) 900             5) None of these

Q9.What is the ratio of the average number of student enrolled with colleges together in 2009 to that in 2010 ?
1) 117 : 108             2) 111 : 113             3) 110 : 113             4) 105 : 108             5) None of these

Q10. The Average number of students enrolled from college Q for all the years together is approximately what percent of the average number of students enrolled from college R for all the years together ?
1) 83             2) 85             3) 87             4) 80             5) None of these

Q11. In 2008, from all colleges together 10 % students enrolled went abroad. Approximately how many students went abroad?
1) 311             2) 211             3) 321             4) 521             5) None of these

Q12.What is the average number of students enrolled for college R for all the years is –
1) 302             2) 502             3) 402             4) 602             5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1. 2;
Female population below poverty line = 18 million
5 : 6 = x : 18
x = 15
Total population (below poverty line) = 15+18 = 33mn
Since 20% population in up is below poverty line
Therefore 80% population will be above poverty line
20 : 40 = 33 : y (Male population above poverty line)
1 : 4 = 33 : y \ y = 132
Male population above poverty line
= (132 * 3)/10 = 39.6 million

2. 3;
Total population (below poverty line)
= 20 × 35% = 7 million
Female below poverty line = 7/7 * 3 = 3 million

3. 3;
Since 7 ratio = 21
1 ratio = 3
Total ( 7 + 8) × 3 = 45 million
60 % = 45
1 = 45/60 * 10 million

4. 3;
50 : 27

5. 1;

6. 2;

7. 3; 360 * 9/10 * 3/4 = 243

8. 4;
(480 + 350 + 380 + 500 + 540) × 40 % = 900

9. 3;

10. 1;
(320 + 350 + 300 + 360 + 340)/(400 + 380 + 410 + 430 + 390) * 100
= 1670/2010 * 100 = 83.08%

11. 2;
(420 + 380 + 410 + 520 + 460) ×10 %
= 2110 * 10/100 = 211

12. 3;

(400 + 380 + 410 + 430 + 390)/ 5 = 2010/5 = 402

 

Reasoning Quiz

Direction (Q. 6-10): Each question consists of three statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. Consider the statements to be true even if they are in variance with the commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements using all the “three” statements together.

Q1.Statements:  Some handbags are bags.             All bags are carrybags.             No bag is a ladybag.
Conclusions: I. Some handbags are carrybags.             II. Some carrybags are not ladybags.             III. Some handbags are not ladybags.             IV. No bag is a carrybag.
1) Only I and II follow             2) Only II and III follow            3) Only III and IV follow             4) Only I, II, and III follow
5) All of the above

Q2.Statements: All mobiles are pagers.             All pagers are I-pods.             All I-pods are I-phones.
Conclusions: I. All mobiles are I-pods.             II. All I-phones are mobiles.             III. Some I-phones are mobiles.
IV. Some I-pods are pagers.
1) either I and III or II and III follow             2) either II and IV or III and IV follow            3) either II and IV or I and II follow
4) Only I and IV follow            5) None of these

Q3.Statements: No cricket is hockey.             Some hockeies are basketballs.             Some crickets are not basketballs.
Conclusions: I. Some basketballs are not crickets.             II. No cricket is basket ball.             III. Some hockies are not basketballs.
IV. All basketballs are cricktet.
1) Only I and II follow             2) Only III and IV follow            3) Only II and III follow             4) Only I follows
5) None of these

Q4.Statements: All ETs are TOIs.             Some TOIs are HINDUs.             All HINDUs are ETs.
Conclusions: I. All TOIs are ETs.             II. Some TOIs are ETs.             III. All HINDUs are TOIs.             IV. All TOIs are HINDUs.
1) Only I and II follow              2) Only I and III follow            3) Only II and III follow              4) Only II and IV follow
5) Only III and IV follow

Q5.Statements: All airlines are railways.             Some buses are not railways.             No airline is a ship.
Conclusions: I. All airlines are not buses.             II. Some ships are not railways.             III. Some buses are not airlines.
IV. Some railways are not ships.
1) Only I and II follow             2) Only II and III follow            3) Only II and IV follow             4) Only III and IV follow
5) None of these

Directions (6-10) In each question below are four statements followed by four conclusions I, II, III and IV. You have to take the four given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variiance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the four given statements disregarding commonly known facts. Then, decide which of the answers 1),(2),(3),(4) and (5) is the correct answer and indicate it on the answer sheet.

Q6. Statements 
All stones are pearls. Some pearls are shells. Some shells are boxes. No box is container.
Conclusions I.Some stones are shells.           II.No pearl is container.            III.No shell is container.          IV.Some pearls are containers.
1)Only II follows            2)II and III follow            3)Only either II or IV follows            4)Only III follows            5)None follows

Q7.Statements Some rings are chains. All chains are bangles.                  All bracelets are bangles. Some bangles are pendants.
Conclusions I.Some rings are bangles.               II.Some chains are pendants.              III.Some bracelets are rings.
IV.No pendant is ring.
1) None follows              2) Only I follows                 3) II and III follow              4) Only IV follows                5) None of these

Q8. Statements Some schools are colleges.          Some colleges are hostels.         No hostel is office.         All offices are institutes.
Conclusions I.No hostel is institute.             II.Some hostels are schools.             III.Some hostels are institutes.
IV.Some offices are colleges.
1) Only I follows             2) II and III follow            3) Only IV follows             4) Only either I or III follows            5) None of these

Q9.Statements  Some pins are needles.         Some threads are needles.         All needles are nails.          All nails are hammers.
Conclusions I.Some pins are hammers.           II.Some threads are nails.              III.Some pins are threads.
IV.No pin is thread.
1)Only I, II and either III or IV follows            2)III and IV follow            3)I and II follow               4)All follow              5)None of the above

Q10.Statements  Some chairs are rooms.        No room is sofa.           All sofas are tables.            Some tables are desks.
Conclusions I.Some sofas are desks.             II.No room is table.            III.Some chairs are tables.               IV.No desk is room.
1) None follows             2) Only I follows            3) Only either II or III follows             4) III and IV follow             5) All follow

Answers

1.4            2.5            3.4            4.3            5.4            6.3            7.2            8.4            9.1            10.1

 

English (Mix Quiz)

Direction (1- 5): Which of the phrases (1), (2), (3) (4) given below each sentence should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, Mark (5) ie ‘No correction required as the answer.

Q1. The famous dancer died on Mumbai recently.
1) from Mumbai recently            2) in Mumbai recently            3) owing to Mumbai recently            4) on Mumbai at recent.
5) No correction required

Q2. The standard of English in the schools are highly uneven.
1) are being uneven             2) are often uneven            3) is highly uneven             4) is highly unevenly            5) No correction required

Q3. Many healthy people are been infected by the virus.
1) are having infected              2) are being infected            3) are in infection             4) were bearing infected
5) No correction required

Q4. Balding is much more common in males than females.
1) at males than females            2) in males then females            3) at males then females            4) in males against females
5) No correction required

Q5. The new airport is under construction and likely to operational in two years.
1) likely will             2) will be likely            3) likely to be I             4) in all likelihood being            5) No correction required

Directions (6- 10): Read each sentence to find our whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it the error,if any, will be in one part of the sentence. Ignore the error of punctuation, if any.

Q6. While undergoing a 1) / strenuous workout, 2) / he suffered a massive heart attack 3) / but luckily survival. 4) / No error 5)

Q7. He thinks that 1) / once he paid money 2) / he is relieved of 3)/ all his responsibilities. 4)/ No error 5)

Q8. Taking care of yourself 1) / cannot be 2)/ and should not be considered 3) / as a selfish thing. 4) / No error 5)

Q9. People express their expectations 1) / that their leaders should not 2)/ resorting to 3)/ corrupt practices and nepotism. 4) / No error 5)

Q10. We as the editors of 1) / a popular magazine would like to 2) / know what are other topics most 3)/ on people’s minds. 4) / No error 5)

Direction (11- 15):In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs 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.

Q11. Mr. Srinivasan is________ to become Chairman of the group ________ the retirement of his father.
1) set, following             2) voted, subsequent            3) Selected, despite             4) Approved, because            5) decided, after

Q12. ________ to your error the ________ consignment has been delayed by a week.
1) According, important            2) Duly, urgent            3) Owing, entire             4) Added, crucial            5) Admitting, special

Q13. On account of the ________ in sales the software firm has achieved an eight per cent ________ in net profit.
1) surge, fall            2) increase, rise            3) decline, slope             4) hike, loss            5) growth, advance

Q14. We are proud to say that today ________ 26 per cent of our total accounts are ________ by women and senior citizens.
1) approximate, held            2) nearly, authorised            3) over, maintain            4) above, open            5) around, operated

Q15. The company has ________ special training to employees on ________ to trade online.
1) announced, benefits 2) offered, course            3) imparted, risks             4) sanction, skills            5) provided, how

Answers

1. 2
2. 3
3. 2
4. 5
5. 3
6. 4; Replace survival with survive.
7. 2; Replace paid with has paid
8. 2; Delete be
9. 3; Replace resorting with resort.
10. 3; are should be come after the subject topics
11. 1
12. 3
13. 2
14. 5
15. 5

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. What is the term for unsolicited e-mail ?
(1) newsgroup            (2) Usenet            (3) backbone            (4) spam             (5) flaming

Q2. The code for a Web page is written using ——
(1) a fifth generation language            (2) Hypertext Markup Language            (3) Win Zip                 (4) Perl            (5) URL

Q3. Internet uses
(1) Telex switching            (2) Circuit switching            (3) Telephone switching            (4) Packet switching              (5) None of these

Q4. When the pointer is positioned on a ______ , it is shaped like a hand.
(1) hyperlink            (2) grammar error            (3) screen tip            (4) spelling error            (5) formatting error

Q5. Internet is
(1) a local computer network            (2) a world wide network of computers
(3) a world wide interconnected network of computers which use a common protocol to communicate with one another
(4) an interconnected network of computers            (5) None of these

Q6. Which facilities is/are available on the internet are 
(i) electronic mail            (ii) remote login            (iii) file transfer            (iv) word processing
(1) i,ii            (2) ii, iii and iv            (3) i.ii.iv             (4) i, ii.iii             (5) None of these

Q7.  Internet requires
(1) an international agreement to connect computers
(2) a commonly agreed set of rules to communicate between computers
(3) a local area network            (4) a LAN wire            (5) None of these

Q8.  Each computer connected to the internet must
(1) be an IBM PC            (2) be internet compatible            (3) have a unique IP address            (4) have a modem connection
(5) None of these

Q9.  IP address is currently
(1) None of these            (2) available in plenty            (3) 6 bytes long            (4) not assigned as it is all used up            (5) 4 bytes long

Q10. IP addresses are converted to
(1) a binary string            (2) a hierarchy of domain names            (3) alphanumeric string            (4) a hexadecimal string
(5) None of these
Answers

1.   4            2.   2            3.   4            4.   1            5.   3            6.   4            7.   2            8.   3            9.   5            10. 2

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