QUIZ 104

QUIZ 104

Quant  Quiz

Q.1-5.Study the following graph carefully and answer the questionsgiven below it.
The following graphs represent percentage of five types of employees in an organization for two consecutive years.

Total number of workers in 2008 =12000   and Total numbers of workers in 2009 = 15000
Q.1. If 400 workers joined A type of organization in 2009. How many workers ofC type of organization joined the company in that year ?
(1) 350              (2) 260          (3) 408            (4) 460              (5) Data inadequate

Q.2. If 360 E type of workers left the company at the end of 2008, how many E type of workers joined the company 2009?
(1) 850                   (2) 1020                (3) 1080                (4) 980                (5) None of these

Q.3. If 600 A type of workers joined the company in 2009, how many workers of A type left the company in 2008 ?
(1) 1420                    (2) 1540                (3) 1560         (4) 1350           (5) None of these

Q.4.In terms of number the variation of which of the following types of employees was minimum between 2008 & 2009?
(1) A                     (2) B                (3) C                 (4) D              (5) E

Q.5. What was the difference between D type of workers in 2008 and B type of workers in 2009?
(1) 550                (2) 500               (3) 630               (4) 620              (5) None of these

(6-10) the following informations carefully and answer the questions given below.
In India, the total number of tourists in a tourist place is 800 who are from different countries viz, USA, Italy, China, Australia and Mauritius. 54% of the total  numbers of tourists are male. One-fourth of the total numbers of females are from Australia. 25% of the total number of females is from USA. The number of females from Mauritius is half of the number of females from USA.5/6 of the remaining number of females are from Italy. Total number of tourists from Australia is 192. One-fourth of the total numbers of males are from China. 100 males tourists are from Italy. Three-fourth of the remaining number of males are from Maurtius.

Q.6. What is the respective ratio between the number of female tourists from USA and number of male tourists from Australia?
(1) 23:24                (2) 23:50               (3) 23:25            (4) 20:23            (5) None of these

Q.7 What is the approximately average number of male tourists from USA, China and Mauritius?
(1) 82               (2) 77               (3) 86               (4) 72            (5) 67

Q.8 What is the two-third of the total number of female tourists from China and Mauritius?
(1) 46              (2) 48                (3) 54               (4) 58               (5) None of these

Q.9. The total number of tourists from Mauritius is approximately what percent of the female tourists from Italy?
(1) 90               (2) 80               (3) 120               (4) 70               (5) 150

Q.10. What is the total number of tourists from China?
(1) 121               (2) 143               (3) 111               (4) 153               (5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1.(5) Data inadequate
2.(3) Number of E type of workers who joined the company in 2009
= 16% of 15000 – (14% of 12000 – 360)
= 2400 – (1680 – 360)
= 2400 – 1320
= 1080
3.(3) 15000X24/100 + 600 – 12000X22/100
(3600 +600 ) -2640 =1560
4.(3)
5.(5) Required difference = 3600 – 3000 = 600
6.(3)Ratio = 92 : 100 = 23 : 25
7.(2). Average numbers = ( 93 + 108 + 31 )/3 = 77 approx
8.(1).Required numbers = (23 + 46 )X2/3 = 46
9.(3) Required percentage = (139/115)X100   = 120 approx
10.(5)

 

Reasoning Quiz

Direction (1-4): 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: a. All letters are words.              b. Some words are cubes.              c. Some cubes are cuboids.
Conclusions: I. Some cuboids are words.              II. Some cubes are letters.              III All letters are cuboids.
IV. Some letters are not cuboids.
(1) All follows.              (2) None follows.             (3) Only I, II and III follows.              (4) Only IV follows.
(5) Only either III or IV follows.

Q2.Statements: a. No eyes are ears.              b. All ears are drums.              c. All drums are sound.
Conclusions: I.All eyes are sound.              II.Some drums are not eyes.              III.Some eyes are not sound.
IV.Some drums are sound.
(1) All follows.              (2) Only II and IV follows.              (3) Only II, III and IV follows.              (4) Only either I or III follows
(5) Only II, IV and either I or III follow.

Q3.Statements: a. Some pillows are covers.              b. No covers are sheets.              c. No sheets are beds.
Conclusions: I. No covers are beds.              II. Some pillows are not sheets.              III Some sheets are not pillows.
IV. Some pillows are not beds.
(1) Only either II or III follows.               (2) Only II follows.              (3) Only I, II and III follows.                (4) None follows
(5) None of these

Q4.Statements: a.No blacks are greens.             b.All yellows are reds               c.Some reds are not blacks.
Conclusions: I.Some yellows are not blacks.             II. Some greens are not blacks.            III Some blacks are not yellows.
IV. Some greens are blacks.
(1) All follows.            (2) Only II follows.             (3) Only II and IV follows.               (4) None follows            (5) None of these.

Directions (5-9): Study the following information and answer the given questions. A word and number arrangement machine, when given an input line of words, rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and the steps of rearrangement.
Input:  96 gain 63 forest 38 78 deep house
Step I: deep 96 gain 63 forest 38 78 house
Step II: deep 38 96 gain 63 forest 78 house
Step III: deep 38 forest gain 96 63 78 house
Step IV: deep 38 forest 63 gain 96 78 house
Step V: deep 38 forest 63 gain 78 96 house
Step VI: deep 38 forest 63 gain 78 house 96

and Step VI is the last step of the rearrangement of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.

Q5.Input: train 59 47 25 over burden 63 sky.
Which of the following steps will be the last one?
(1) VI              (2) V              (3) IV              (4) VII              (5) None of these

Q6.Input: service 46 58 96 over there desk 15
Which of the following will be step VI?
(1) desk 15 over service 46 58 96 there              (2) desk 15 over 46 service there 58 96              (3) desk 15 over 46 service there 58 96              (4) desk 15 over 46 service 58 96 there              (5) There will be no such step

Q7.Step II of an input is:
below 12 93 house floor 69 57 task
Which of the following will definitely be the input?
(1) 93 house 69 57 below task floor 12              (2) 93 house below 69 57 task floor 12              (3) 93 house floor 69 57 task below 12              (4) Cannot be determined              (5)  None of these

Q8.Step III of an input is : 
art 24 day 83 71 54 star power
Which of the following steps will be the last one?
(1) V              (2) VIII              (3) IX              (4) VII              (5) None of these

Q9.Step II of an input is :
cold 17 wave 69 never desk 52 43
How many more steps will be required to complete the rearrangement?
(1) Six              (2) Five              (3) Four              (4)Three              (5)None of these

Direction(10-14): Study the following information carefully to answer the questions below:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circle facing the center. ‘D’ is between ‘A’ and ‘E’ only. ‘F’ is second to the left of ‘E’. ‘B’ is between ‘C’ and ‘G’ only. ‘F’ is between ‘G’ and ‘H’ only.

Q10.Who is fourth to the right of ‘B’?
(1) H              (2) D              (3) A              (4) F              (5) None of these

Q11.In which of the following pairs, second person is to the immediate left of the first person?
(1) ‘H,E’              (2) ‘D,A’              (3) ‘B,G’              (4) ‘B,C’              (5) None of these

Q12.Which of the following is definitely true?
(1) D is second to the left of H.              (2) A is second to the right of E.              (3) C is to the immediate right of B.
(4) E is to the immediate left of C.               (5) None of the above.

Q13.Who is the immediate left of ‘A’?
(1) D              (2) A              (3) F              (4) H              (5) None of these

Q14.Who is third to the right of ‘G’?
(1) E              (2) A              (3) C              (4) D              (5) None of these

Q15.In a certain code language ‘ROAD’ is written as ‘URDG’. How is swan written in that code?
(1) UXDQ              (2) VZCQ              (3) VZCP              (4) VZDQ              (5) Cannot be determined.

Answers

1.5              2.5              3.2              4.2              5.1              6.5              7.4              8.4              9.3              10.5              11.4             12.2              13.1              14.1        15.4

 

English Quiz

Directions: Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) All these changes, though not sweeping, have class, caste and gender elements to them, as also urban and rural differences.
(B) There is more premarital sexual activity, more divorce and separation, more single-parent families more senior citizens living by themselves.
(C) The change in family composition in rural areas, for instance, largely linked to fertility charges and migration patterns.
(D) As a nation, we have been witnessing a great range of changes in the way we live, eat, dress, travel and communicate.
(E) We now live longer, have fewer babies, marry outside our core social group, live apart in small groups comprising only parents and children.

Q1.Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
1) A               2) C               3) D               4) B               5) E

Q2.Which of the following would be the LAST (FIFTH) sentence after rearrangement?
1) B               2) C               3) E               4) D               5) A

Q3.Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
1) E               2) D               3) B               4) C               5) A

Q4.Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) C               2) A               3) B               4) D               5) E

Q5.Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
1) D               2) A               3) C               4) E               5) B

Directions (Q. 106-110): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will be in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is ‘no error’ the answer is 5) (ignore error of punctuation, if any)

Q6. 1 ) Taken into consideration / 2) the advice of his mother / 3) decide to / 4) stay in the hostel / 5) No error

Q7. 1) There are many / 2) ways of which /3) atmospheric pressure can /4) be measured / 5) No error

Q8. 1) Cornflake companies/2) have not been as / 3) successful in our country /4) than we expected /5) No error

Q9. 1) The promotion of /2) one of us / 3) have caused resentment / 4) among other team members. 5) No error

Q10. 1) He has ruined /2) his liver / 3) by drinking / 4) alcohol daily 5) No error

Answers

1. 3            2. 2             3. 3              4. 2              5. 4

2. 1; replace ‘taken’ with ‘taking’

3. 2; replace ‘of’ with ‘by’

4. 4; replace ‘than’ with ‘as’

5. 3; replace ‘have’ with ‘has’

6. 5; No error

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