QUIZ 101

QUIZ 101

Quant Quiz

Direction : Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow :
Percentage of marks obtained by different students in different subjects :

Subject

(Max. Marks)

Students

Maths

(150)

 

 

Physics

(125)

Chemistry

(100)

Hindi

(80)

Geography

(75)

History

70)

Ashurosh90%80%90%40%60%90%
Rakesh80%70%85%30%92%80%
Mahesh70%75%60%60%76%25%
Gaurav50%50%70%50%72%40%
Nisha100%60%50%60%64%50%
Chinu75%70%40%35%60%70%
Panil60%80%90%40%80%80%

Q1.What is the total marks obtained by Nisha in all the subject together ?
1) 256                 2) 406             3) 356            4) 425            5) None of these

Q2.What is the approximate average marks obtained by all the students together in Geography ?
1) 48                2) 38                 3) 54                4) 28             5) None of these

Q3. The number of students who got 70 % marks or above in all the subjects are –
1) 4            2) 3             3) None            4) 6              5) None of these

Q4. How many students have scored more than 120 marks in Maths ?
1) 3              2) 2            3) 1          4) 4              5) None of these

Q5. If 120 marks are required to pass in Maths, How many students pass in the Maths exams –
1) 4           2) 5              3) 4            4) 3             5) None of these

Q6. In which subject the overall percentage is the highest –
1) Maths                  2) Physics            3) Hindi              4) History           5) None of these

Q7.What is the ratio of total number of marks obtained by Rakesh in Physics and Chemistry together to Chinu in the same subjects?
1) 17 : 23                2) 23 : 17                3) 23 : 18                4) 23 : 27                5) None of these

Direction : Study the following information to answer the given questions :
Percentage of students in various courses of Engineering like Electronics, IT, CSE, Mechanical, Mining and Civil Engineering.

Q8. How many girls are there in course Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science Engineering together ?
1) 440         2) 640              3) 540              4) 240           5) None of these

Q9. For which pair of courses is the number of boys same ?
1) IT and Electronics          2) Civil and Mechanical          3) IT and Civil          4) CSE and IT          5) None of these

Q10. For which courses the number of boys are the minimum ?
1) Civil Engineering          2) Electronics Engineering          3) Mining Engineering          4) Computer Science Engineering
5) None of these

Q11. For course I.T. What is the ratio of the boys to girl ?
1) 122 : 102          2) 102 : 122          3) 32 : 42          4) 20 : 25          5) None of these

Q12.What is the total number of student in mining and Computer Science Engineering together ?
1) 760          2) 690          3) 640          4) 670          5) None of these

Q13.What is the ratio between boys in Mechanical and Civil Engineering together to girls in the same subject ?
1) 134 : 45          2) 136 : 45          3) 45 : 136          4) 38 : 136          5) None of these

Q14.What is the average number of girls in course I.T Mechanical and Civil Engineering together ?
1) 98          2) 108          3) 105          4) 118          5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1. 2
150 + 75 + 50 + 48 + 48 + 35 = 406

2. 3
(60 + 92 + 76 + 72 + 64 + 60 + 80)/7 * 75/100 = 54

3. 3
4. 2
120 marks out of 150 marks = 120/150 * 100 = 80%
Auhutosh and Nisha
5. 4
120 marks out of 150 marks = 120/150 * 100 = 80%
Ashutosh, Rakesh and Nisha
6. 1
7. 2

Subject/StreamTotal StudentsGirlsBoys
IT12.2% x 2000 = 24412% x 1200 = 144100
Mechanical Engineering27.8% x 2000 = 55610% x 1200 = 120436
Electronics Engineering20% x 2000 = 40030% x 1200 = 36040
Minning Engineering7% x 2000 = 1408% x 1200 = 9644
Civil Engineering8% x 2000 = 1605% x 1200 = 60100
CSE Engineering25% x 2000 = 50035% x 1200 = 42080

8. 3
C = 1200 * (35% + 10%) = 1200 * 45% = 540

9. 3
10. 2
11. 2
12. 3
13. 1
14. 2
(144 + 120 + 60)/3 = 324/3 = 108

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5): Study the following information to answer the given questions
There are seven teachers P, Q, R, S, T, U and V in DPS school. Each one of them teaches a different subject. There are three female and four male teachers, and out of these, there are two pairs of couplesR who teaches Computers is married to the teacher who teaches English. T and V are female teachers who teach History and Economics respectively. P teaches Reasoning and his wife does not teach Economics. Q does not teach English or Mathematics. U and S are male teachers. U is unmarried. One of them teaches Geography.

Q1.Which subject does ‘Q’ teach? 
(1)Economics             (2)Mathematics             (3)Computers           (4)Geography          (5)None of these

Q2.Which group among the following represents the group of males? 
(1)PR              (2)PT               (3)PV          (4)PQ            (5)cannot be determined

Q3.Which of the following are two pairs of couples? 
(1)SR and PT            (2 PR and ST             (3)VP and RS              (4)SR and UT           (5)None of these

Q4.Which subject does U teach?  
(1)Reasoning            (2)English              (3)Mathematics           (4)Computers            (5)cannot be determined

Q5.Which subject does P’s wife teach? 
(1)English              (2History             (3)Computers            (4)Geography           (5)cannot be determined

Directions (6-10): Study the given information and answer the following questions: When a machine is given an input line of words and numbers it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement: (All the numbers are two digit numbers)
Input: 40 made butter 23 37 cookies salt extra 52 86 92 fell now 19
Step I: butter 19 40 made 23 37 cookies salt extra 52 86 92 fell now
Step II: cookies 23 butter 19 40 made 37 salt extra 52 86 92 fell now
Step III: extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 40 made salt 52 86 92 fell now
Step IV: fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 made salt 52 86 92 now
Step V: made 52 fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 salt 86 92 now
Step VI: now 86 made 52 fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19 salt 92
Step VII: salt 92 now 86 made 52 fell 40 extra 37 cookies 23 butter 19
Step VII is the last step.
As per the rules followed in the given steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input: 32 proud girl beautiful 48 55 97 rich family 61 72 17 nice life

Q6.How many steps will be required to complete the given input?
(1)Five           (2)Six           (3)Seven           (4)Eight          (5)Nine

Q7.Which of the following is the third element from the left end of step VI?
(1)beautiful           (2)life           (3)61           (4)nice           (5)17

Q8.Which of the following is step III of the given input?
(1)proud 72 girl 48 family 32 beautiful 17 55 97 rich 61 nice life
(2)life 55 girl 48 family 32 beautiful 17 proud 97 rich 61 72 nice
(3)girl 48 family 32 beautiful 17 proud 55 97 rich 61 72 nice life
(4)family 32 beautiful 17 proud girl 48 55 97 rich 61 72 nice life
(5)girl 48 life 55 family 32 beautiful 17 proud 97 rich 61 72 nice

Q9.What is the position of “nice” from the left end in the final step?
(1)Fifth            (2)Sixth            (3)Seventh           (4)Eighth            (5)Ninth

Q10.Which element is third to the right of ‘family’ in Step V?
(1)beautiful           (2)17            (3)proud           (4)97             (5)32

Directions (11-15):  Study the following information carefully and answer the questions which follow.

Q11.Statements:  Some flowers are Rose.           All Rose are Lotus.          Some Lotus are Lily.          All hills are Lily.
Conclusions: I.Some flowers are Lily.          II.Some hills are Lotus.          III.Some Lotus are flowers.
IV.All Lily are possibly hills
(1)None follows          (2)Only II and IV follow          (3)Only II and III follow          (4)Only III and IV follows
(5)None of these

Q12.Statements: Some cycles are bikes.          No bike is flower.          All flowers are goats.
Conclusions:
I.It is possible that all goat is cycle.           II.Some flowers are both goat and cycles.             III.Some goats are bikes.
(1)None follows                 (2)Only I follows               (3)Only II follows              (4)Only III follows                  (5)Only II and III follow

Q13.Statements:
All rivers are hills.              All hills are Rose.             No Rose are sticks.                  All sky are Rose
Conclusions:
I.All sticks are hills is a possibility               II.Some sticks are rivers.               III.Some Rose are Sticks is a possibility
IV.All hills can never be Sky
(1)None follows               (2)Only I and IV follow              (3)Only II follows            (4)Only II and III follow             (5)None of these

Q14.Statements: All arrows are bows.             All bows are swords.            Some swords are daggers.
All daggers are knives.
Conclusions: I. No knives are bows.              II.All swords are knives is a possibility               III.All bows are arrows is a possibility
(1)Only II follows               (2)Only III and follow                 (3)Only II and III follow            (4)Only I and III follow            (5)None of these

Q15.Statements: Some pianos are violins.            Some violins are drums.                All drums are guitars.             No guitar is a flute.
Conclusions: I. Atleast some guitars are Pianos.                II.All drums are flutes is a possibility.
III.Some pianos are both violins and drums.                 IV.Atleast some flutes is a drum.
(1)Only IV follows           (2)Only either II or III follow            (3)Only III follows               (4)Only I follows             (5)None follows

Directions (Q. 16-18): Read the following information given below to answer the questions that follow:
(i)‘na ho pa la’ means ‘they are very intelligent’                  (ii)‘pit na sa’ means ‘you are welcome’
(iii)‘ka da la’ means ‘who is intelligent’             (iv)‘od ho pit la’ means ‘they welcome intelligent students’

Q16.Which of the following means ‘students’ in that code language?
1)od             2)la            3)ho                4)pit                     5)Data inadequate

Q17.Which of the following means ‘very’ in that code language?
1)pa                     2)na                       3)da                  4)Data inadequate             5)None of these

Q18.Which of the following statements are redundant to answer the above questions?
1)None                2)(i) and (ii)               3)(ii) or (iv)               4)(i) or (iv)                5)None of these

Answers

1.4              2.4              3.1              4.3              5.2              6.3              7.4              8.3              9.1              10.2              11.4              12.2              13.1              14.3              15.5              16.1              17.1              18.1

 

English (Mix Quiz)

Direction (1- 5):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.

Q1. Poetry is the language of the imagination and the _______, It relates to whatever gives _______ pleasure or pain to the human mind. 
1) thinking, permanent               2) analysis, temporary              3) passions, immediate              4) circumspection, sporadic
5) visualization, constant.

Q2. Success in business requires two things: a winning competitive _______ and superb organizational _______.
1) advantage, satisfaction             2) planning, advantage             3) strategy, execution               4) philosophy, motivation
5) marketing, strategy

Q3. To _______ in today’s rapidly changing environment corporations need to _______ their learning capability. 
1) develop, enlarge              2) surpass, align               3) project, assimilate               4) service, mitigate               5) compete, strengthen

Q4. A _______ reader gets much greater pleasure from reading books than a miser gets in _______ money. 
1) powerful, accumulating             2) voracious, hoarding                  3) desirous, stocking              4) proverbial, spending
5) profound, lavishing

Q5. The well-known judge who was earlier _______ to head the delegation has now given his _______. 
1) reluctant, consent            2) eager, approved             3) requested, chances             4) forced, unwillingness
5) expected, assurances

Direction (6- 10): 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.

Q6. If you want to complete this important assignment on time you must carefully planned.
1) careful to plan             2) plan carefully           3) carefully planning            4) planned carefully             5) No correction required

Q7. The company’s first priority is to ensure that these policies are enforced in order to prevent frauds.
1) ensured               2) that ensuring             3) of ensuring to              4) by ensuring           5) No correction required

Q8. During her studies finance, she returned to India to manage her family business.
1) She studied in              2) During studying               3) While she studies             4) After studying             5) No correction required

Q9. We are still submitted our proposal to the committee next week and will await their decision
1) are going to submit             2) will submit still            3) have submitted             4) will be still submitted
5) N0 correction required

Q10. In these circumstances, they will not be able to meet the assign target to them.
1) targeted assignment               2) assigned target              3) assigning of target            4) target assigned
5) No correction required

Directions (10- 15): 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.

Q11. The smooth and easier 1)/ we allow people to navigate 2) / through any device at any place 3) / in the World, the better. 4) / No error 5)

Q12. Asian culture will, 1)/ sooner or later, 2) / become international norm 3)/ for entertainment industry. 4) / No error 5)

Q13. What really agonise them 1)/ is the presence of 2) / an unwanted and unscrupulous 3) / member on the panel. 4) / No error 5)

Q14. The business lobby wanted 1) / he to take over 2)/ as the new Chairman 3)/ of their coveted Board. 4) / No error 5)

Q15. Nowadays 1) / the accidents of diabetes 2) / among urban children 3) / is on the rise. 4)/ No error 5) 

Answers

1.  3             2. 5              3. 2                 4. 1               5. 1               6. 2                       7. 5               8. 4                9. 1             10. 2
11. 1; Use comparative smoother
12. 3; Use article the
13. 1; The verb should be singular agonises
14. 2; Replace he with him
15. 2; Substitute incidence for accidents.

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. Which of the following is the part of a computer that one can touch and feel ?
a. Hardware           b. Software            c. Programs           d. Output            e. None of these

Q2. ______ is an invalid type of database key.
a. Structured primary key         b. Atomic primary key           c. Primary key               d.Composite primary key             e. None of these

Q3. Which of the following layers of the OSI model are included in the lower layers?
a. Application, Session, Presentation              b. Physical, Transport, Data Link, Network            c. Data link, Physical, Network
d. Session, Data Link, Physical e. None of these

Q4. This component is required to process data into information and consists of integrated circuits.
a. Hard disk b. RAM               c. CPU              d. ROM              e. None of these

Q5. Database redesign is not terribly difficult if the
a. database is structured                b. database is well-designed            c. database has no data            d. database is relatively small              e. database is relatively large

Q6. Which part of the computer displays the work done ?
a. RAM              b. Printer             c. Monitor            d. ROM             e. None of these

Q7. The primary goal of a computer system is to turn data into
a. ideas             b. suggestions              c. information             d. reports              e. None of these

Q8. Which of the following is the communications protocol that sets the standard used by every computer that accesses Web- based information?
a. XML               b. DML              c. HTTP               d. HTML             e. None of these

Q9. The main job of a CPU is to ________.
a. carry out program instructions              b. store data/information for future use               c. process data and information
d. Both (1) and (3)               e. None of these

Q10. A Web _______ consists of one or more Web pages located on a Web server.
a. hub b. site             c. story           d. template             e. None of these

Answers

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

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