# QUIZ 103

### Quant Quiz

Q1.The simple interest accrued in 3 years on a principal of `25,000 is three–twentieths the principal. What is the rate of simple interest pcpa?
(1) 5               (2) 4               (3) 6               (4) 3              (5) None of these

Q2.Sumit purchased an item for Rs. 6,500 and sold it at a gain of 24%. From that amount he purchased another item and sold it at a loss of 20%. What is his overall gain/loss?
(1) Loss of Rs.42               (2) Gain of Rs.42               (3) Loss of Rs.52               (4) Neither gain nor loss              (5) None of these

Directions (Q. 3-7): What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following number series?

Q3.200       231       264       299       336       ?
1) 355               2) 375               3) 365               4) 395               5) None of these

Q4.10       22       8       24       6       ?
1) 20               2) 18              3) 26               4) 156               5) 28

Q5.46656       7776       1296       216       36       ?
1) 7               2) 6               3) 5               4) 4               5) 3

Q6.27       64       125       216       343       ?
1) 512               2) 459               3) 519               4) 521               5) 524

Q7.96       107       129       162       206       ?
1) 251               2) 255               3) 261               4) 264               5) 269

Q8.The area of a square is four times the area of a rectangle. The length of the rectangle is 25 cm and its breadth is one cm less than one–fifth of its length. What is the perimeter of the square?
(1) 40 cm               (2) 60 cm               (3) 160 cm               (4) Cannot be determined              (5) None of these

Q9.The ratio of the present ages of Tarun and Varun is 3 : 7. After 4 years Varan’s age will be 39 years. What was Tarun’s age 4 years ago?
(1) 12 years                (2) 13 years                (3) 19 years                (4) 18 years                (5) None of these

Q10.The sum of five consecutive even numbers is equal to 170. What is the sum of the second largest number and the square of the smallest number amongst them together?
(1) 940               (2) 932               (3) 938              (4) 934               (5) None of these

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

### Reasoning Quiz

Question (1-5) Directions:-Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a square table in such a way that four of them sit at four corners of the square while four sit in the middle of each of the four sides. The ones who sit at the four corners face the centre while those who sit in the middle of the sides face outside. Two females sit in the middle of the sides and two at the corners. A sits second to the left of G. G sits in the middle of one of the sides. C sits fourth to the right of his wife and his wife is not an immediate neighbour of A or G. B sits third to right of her husband. B does not sit at any of the corners. Only D sits between B and H. H is husband of A. E is a male.

Q1. Which of the following is true with respect to given seating arrangement?
A)No two males are immediate neighbours of each other           B) G and H face each other in the seating arrangement
C)A sits in the centre of one of the sides of the square table            D) F is a male and sits diagonally opposite to E
E)E and D are immediate neighbours of each other

Q2. Who amongst the following is B’s husband?
A)C         B) G              C)  F              D) E              E) Can’t be determined

Q3. How many people sit between B and C when counted in anti- clock wise direction from B ?
A)None                B) One              C) Two              D) Three              E) Four

Q4. Who amongst the following is the wife of C?
A)D          B) F              C) B              D) G              E) Can’t be determined

Q5. What is the position of E with respect to C?
A)Immediately to the right              B) Second to the left              C) Third to the right              D) Immediately to the left
E) Second to the right

Question (6-10) Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight members of a club are sitting around a circular table, viz Z, Y, X, W, V, U, T and S, but not
necessarily in the same order. Four of them are not facing the centre. W is facing the center and is third to the right of Z, who is third to the right of U, who is facing the center. X-is fourth to the left of T, S is third to the right of V, who is not a neighbour of T. V sits second to the right of X. Y is on the immediate right of T.

Q6) What is S’s position with respect to Y?
A)2nd to the left.                     B) 3rd to the left.              C) 2nd to the right.              D) Either (A) or (C).              E)None of these

Q7) Who is second to the left of V?
A)W            B) X              C) Y              D) T              E) None of these

Q8) Which of the following pairs are neighbours of T?
A)W, Y                B) U, S              C) Z, W              D) Can’t be determined              E) None of these

Q9) Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
A)W              B) Y              C) V              D) Z              E) U

Q10) Which of the following statements is/are true?
A)Z is not facing the center.          B) Y is second to the right of W.         C) T is facing the center.              D) Both (a) and (b) are true. E) None of these.

1. C            2. D              3. C              4. A              5. E              6) C                7) D              8) A                9) B                10)E

### 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.
Mass migration has produced a huge worldwide economy of its own which has (1) so fast during the past few years that the ﬁgures have (2) experts. Last year remittances sent home by migrants were expected to (3) \$232 billion according to the World Bank which (4) these ﬁgures. (5) though the ﬂow of remittances is to alleviate the plight of the migrant’s family it cannot on its own lift entire nations out of poverty. Those who study the (6) of remittances argue that the money allows poor countries to put off basic decisions of economic management like (7) their tax collection systems and building schools. Remittances to poor countries can also (8) the fact that they do not produce much at home. The   challenge is now to find programmes that (9) the benefits of remitted cash while (10) some of its downside.

Q1. 1) accelerated               2) grew               3) expand               4) increase               5) escalating

Q2. 1) strike               2) encouraged               3) astonished               4) convinced              5) disturb

Q3.  1) rise               2) represent               3) project               4) exceed              5) recover

Q4.  1) record              2) tracks               3) estimate               4) report               5) surveys

Q5.  1) Detrimental               2) Minor               3) Profuse               4) Benefited               5) Vital

Q6.  1) circumstance               2) profit               3) impact               4) status               5) Nuality

Q7.  1) declaring               2) established               3) measuring               4) reforming               5) govern

Q8.  1) mask               2) hid               3) review               4) display              5) supported

Q9. 1) launch               2) predict               3) optimum               4) appreciate               5) maximize

Q10.  1) augmenting               2) avoiding               3) suspend               4) protects              5) detracting

Directions (Q. 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 grammatically correct and meaningfully complete.

Q11. People were ________ of the two brothers because their behaviour seemed________.
1) anxious, notorious               2) suspicious, unusual              3) unmindful, gentle               4) aware, dispassionate
5)cautious, generous

Q12. The army regime has announced ﬁrm steps on ________ democracy and ﬁghting ________.
1) clamping, anarchy              2) ruling, voters              3) restoring, terrorism              4) enlightening, anti-corruption
5) waiving, minorities

Q13. ________the death of one of the contestants, the election to the seat has been________ .
1) Despite, postponed              2) Because of, conducted              3) With, skipped              4) In spite of, stopped
5) Owing to, countermanded

Q14. The captain of our team was ________ because of the ________ performance of our opponents.
1) upset, poor                2) nervous, uneventful              3) happy, excellent               4) elated, bad              5) annoyed, thorough

Q15. 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

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1. _______ are attempts by individuals to obtain confidential information from you by falsifying their identity.
a. Phishing trips              b. Computer viruses               c. Special function cards              d. Scanners                  e. Keyboards

Q2. ______ makes it possible for shoppers to make purchases using their computers.
a. E-world              b. E-commerce              c. E-spend              d. E-business              e. None of these

3. A repair for a known software bug, usually available at no charge on the Internet, is called a(n) ________
a. version              b. patch              c. tutorial               d. FAQ              e. None of these

Q4. How many options does a binary choice offer?
a. One              b. Two              c. Three               d. It depends on the amount of memory in the computer
e. None of the above

Q5. RAM is _______ and _______.
a. volatile, temporary               b.non volatile, permanent               c. non volatile, temporary               d. volatile, permanent
e. None of the above

Q6. OCR stands for _____
a. Optical Character Recognition    b. Optical CPU Recognition               c. Optimal Character Rendering               d. Other Character Restoration               e. None of These

Q7. A tuple is a
a. column of a table              b. two-dimensional table              c. row of a table              d. key of a table               e. None of these

Q8. In Excel,_____ contains one or more worksheets.
a. template              b. workbook              c. active cell               d. label              e. None of these

Q9. A CD-RW disk
a. has a faster access than an internal disk               b. is a form of optical disk, so it can only be written once
c. holds less data than a floppy disk             d. can be erased and rewritten               e. None of these

Q10. Which of the following are advantages of CD-ROM as a storage media?
a. CD-ROM is an inexpensive way to store large amount of data and information.
b. CD-ROM disks retrieve data and information more quickly than magnetic disks do.
c. CD-ROMs make less errors than magnetic media.
d. All of these
e. None of these