 # QUIZ 105

### Quant Quiz

Direction: In the following questions two equations numbered (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer :
1) If x > y
2) If x ≥ y
3) If x < y
4) If x ≤ y
5) If x = y or the relationship can’t be established.

Q1. I. x = sq root(1369)               II. y = cube root(29791)

Q2.I. 8x – 3y = 31                   II. 5x + 4y = 84

Q3. I. 20x^2 – 79x + 77 = 0             II. 4y^2 + 9y – 28 = 0

Q4. I. 6x^2 + 29x + 28 = 0                 II. 6y^2 + 11y + 4 = 0

Q5. I. x^2 + 3x – 54 = 0                     II. y^2 + 4y – 77 = 0

Direction: Following table shows the population of six different cities, ratio of male and female among them and ratio of adult and minor among them. Answer given questions based on this table.

 CITY Population Ratio of Male & Female Ratio of Adult and Minor Male Female Adult Minor A 333500 12 11 14 9 B 554400 9 7 11 5 C 369900 4 5 16 11 D 258000 7 5 5 3 E 281520 8 9 11 6 F 302820 10 11 13 8

Q6.What is the total male population of city – B ?
1) 307420              2) 311850              3) 322450              4) 336280              5) None of these

Q7.What is the total adult population of city F ?
1) 187460              2) 173420              3) 184380              4) 178610              5) None of these

Q8. Total male population of city – C is approximately what percentage of total population of city-D ?
1) 57.8%              2) 61.4%              3) 63.7%              4) 65%              5) 67.5%

Q9.What is the difference between total number of adult and total number of minor of city – E ?
1) 76450              2) 80410              3) 81380              4) 82800              5) 83500

Q10. Total number of female of city-A is approximately what percentage of total number of female of city-B ?
1) 48.48%              2) 51.84%                3) 57.65%              4) 61.48%              5) 65.76%

1.
x = sq root(1369) = 37
y = cube root(29791) = 31
x > y

2. 3
Eq. I * 4 + Eq. II * 3
32x – 12y = 124
15x + 12y = 252
47x = 376
x = 8 & y = 11
x < y

3. 2
20x^2 – 35x – 44x + 77 = 0
5x(4x – 7) – 11(4x -7) = 0
(4x-7)(5x-11)=0
x = 7/4, 11/5

4y^2 + 16y – 7y – 28 = 0
4y (y + 4) – 7(y + 4)= 0
(4y – 7)(y + 4) = 0
y= -4, 7/4

4. 4
6x^2 + 8x + 21x + 28 = 0
2x(3x + 4) + 7(3x + 4) = 0
(3x + 4)(2x + 7) = 0
x = -4/3, -7/2

6y^2 + 3y + 8y + 4 = 0
6y(2y + 1) + 4(2y + 1) = 0
(3y+4)(2y+1) = 0
y = -4/3, -1/2

5. 5
x^2 + 9x – 6x – 54 = 0
x(x + 9) – 6(x + 9) = 0
x = 6, -9

y^2 + 11y – 7y – 77 = 0
y(y + 11) – 7(y + 11) = 0
(y – 7)(y + 11) = 0
y = 7, -11

6. 2
Bmale = 554400/16 * 9 = 311850

7. 1
Fad = 302820/21 * 13 = 187460

8. 3
Cmale = 369900/9 * 4 = 164400
Req% = 164400/258000 * 100 = 63.72%

9. Diff = 281520/17 * (11-6)
= 16560 * 5 = 82800

10. Afe = 333500/23 * 11 = 159500
Bfe = 554400/16 * 7 = 242550
Req% = 159500/242550 * 100 = 65.759 = 65.76% approx

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions(Q.1-10) In these questions a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer
A)if only conclusion I is true              B)if only conclusion II is true              C)if either conclusion I or II is true.
D)if neither conclusion I nor II is true.              E)if both conclusion I and II is true.

Q1. Statements: C >S≥R<U, N>R=P
Conclusions: I. C>P           II. S>P

Q2. Statements: Q=W>X≤B, L>W
Conclusions: I. L>B            II. Q<L

Q3. Statements: H<S=T≥Y, V>S
Conclusions: I. V>Y             II. H>V
For Ques(4-5). Statements: J≤K<L=N, J≥C=Q<B

Q4.Conclusions: I. B≥K        II. Q≤L

Q5.Conclusions: I. N>C       II. K≥Q

Q6.  Statements:  B≥N=S>L, P≥N
Conclusions: I. B≥L             II. P>L

Q7. Statements: Q>M≥K<R, H≤Q
Conclusions: I. H>K           II. Q>R

Q8. Statements: L≥M=N, C<I≤N
Conclusions: I. M>I           II. L>C

Q9.Statements:  S=T≤Q, P>J≥S
Conclusions: I. P>T          II. J≥Q

Q10.Statements: W<X=S>Y=Z
Conclusions: I. X>Z          II. Z<S
Ques.(11-15)  In the given Questions, assuming the given statements to be true. Find which of the given four conclusions Numbered I, II, III, IV is /are definitely True and give your ans accordingly.

Q11.Statements: S>M≥D>H≤R≤T<W
Conclusions: I. S>H           II. W>H             III. R<W  IV. M>T
A)Only I, II and III are true.              B)Only II is true.              C)Only I and II are true.              D)Only I and either II or IV are true.              E)All I, II, III and IV are true.

Q12. Statements: M>U>L≤N; L≥Y>A
Conclusions: I. Y<N              II. M>N              III. N=Y  IV.  M>A
A)Only either II or III is true.              B)Only IV and either I or III are true.             C)Only IV is true.              D)Only II is true.              E)Only III is true.

Q13. Statements:  J≥A>D=E; L<A<M
Conclusions: I. M<J          II. J>L             III. D>L  IV.  E< M
A)Only II is true.           B)Only I and III are true.              C)None is true.              D)Only II and IV are true.              E)Only I and II are true.

Q14. Statements:  Y>F≤O≤P; F≥U<T
Conclusions: I. Y>P         II. T<F            III. O>T  IV.  P<U
A)Only I is true.              B)Only II is true.              C)Only III is true.              D)None is true.              E)Only I and IV are true.

Q15.Statements:  M>H≤Y≤R<U=Z≥E
Conclusions: I. M>R          II. Z≤R              III. R>E  IV.  Z>H
A)Only I and II are true.         B)Only IV is true.           C)None is true.           D)Only II and IV are true.              E)Only II and III are true.

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

### English (Mix Quiz)

Directions (Q 1- 5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any 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 errors of punctuation, if any.)

Q1. The air is heavy 1)/ with gaseous 2) / and noise pollutants 3)/ generated by thousands of vehicles. 4) / No error 5)

Q2. Some American students 1)/ feel that 2)/ academic standards are 3) / larger in India. 4) / No error 5)

Q3. The shopkeeper was pleased 1) / when we told him 2)/ this kinds of mangoes 3)/ were very delicious. 4) / No error 5)

Q4. Hritik along with his family 1) / are visiting 2) / the Prince of Wales museum 3)/ day after tomorrow. 4) / No error 5)

Q5. As a teenager 1)/ Monica Seles had 2)/ often beat Steffi Graf 3) / at the French Open. 4) / No error 5)

Directions (Q.6-10): Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below it.
(A) Development of drought resistance could beneﬁt large numbers of farmers.
(B) Hence the human race has no choice but to adapt to these impacts.
(C) lndia has to be concerned about climatic changes.
(D)This impact can run into decades and centuries.
(E) Environment day is thus an important occasion to assess the past and our future.
(F) Since there is a possibility of adverse impact on agriculture which could deter growth.

Q6. Which is the THIRD sentence of the paragraph?
1) A               2) D               3) B               4) C               5) E

Q7. Which is the LAST (SIXTH) sentence of the paragraph?
1) C               2) B               3) F               4) D               5) E

Q8. Which is the FIRST sentence of the paragraph?
1) A               2) D               3) C               4) B               5) E

Q9. Which is the FIFTH’ sentence of the paragraph?
1) F               2) D               3) E               4) A               5) C

Q10. Which is the SECOND sentence of the paragraph?
1) B               2) D               3) F               4) C               5) E

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. The criterion for________ a player should be based on his recent performance; but unfortunately, the journalists are ________ to be carried away by earlier successes.
1) condemning, satisfying           2) judging, prone              3) revealing, reluctant              4) eager, acclaiming              5) criticising, clean

Q12. For the last half century he ________ himself to public affairs ________ taking a holiday.
1) by, committed               2) after, offered              3) devoted, without               4) sacrificed, after              5) prepared, before

Q13. You will see signs of ________ everywhere, which speak well for the ________ of these people.
1) decoration, senses               2) clear, debris              3) beauty, careful                4) industry, prosperity              5) repairs, extravaganza

Q14. The police arrested Ramesh on a________ of theft but for lack of evidence ________ him.
1) crime, imprisoned               2) punished, complaint              3) left, condition                4) tip, absconding              5) charge, released

Q15. The ________ violence that our town is witnessing has turned it into the most ________ town of our countr
1) huge, offensive                 2) unrestrained, devalued                3) perplexing, repulsive              4) unprecedented, degenerate          5) mammoth, wanted

1. 3; It should read ‘pollutants’ and ‘noise’.

2. 4; Substitute ‘higher’ for ‘larger’.

3. 3; Substitute ‘these’ for ‘this’.

4. 2; Substitute ‘is’ for ‘are’ because when two nouns/pronouns are joined by ‘along with’, ‘with’, ‘as well as’, ‘like’, ‘unlike’, ‘in addition to’ etc the verb takes the form as per the first noun/pronoun.

5. 3; Substitute ‘beaten’ for ‘beat’ because ‘had’ takes V3 (Past participle).

6. (2)

7. (5)

8. (3)

9. (4)

10. (3)

11. (2)

12. (3)

13. (4)

14. (5)

15. (4)

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Nortel is a company that manufactures
(1) Software               (2) Processors              (3) Cables               (4) Network equipments              (5) None of these

Q2. Algorithm and Row chart help us to
(1) know the memory capacity              (2) identify the base of a number system              (3) direct the output to a printer
(4) specify the problem completely and clearly              (5) None of the above

Q3. When we purchase a product over a Mobile Phone, the transaction is called
(1) Web Commerce              (2) E-Commerce              (3) m-Commerce              (4) Mobile Purchases              (5) None of these

Q4. Macromedia is the name of a company related with
(1) Hardware              (2) Software              (3) Services              (4) Peripherals              (5) None of these

Q5. Which of the following organizations looks at standards for representation of data on the internet?
(1) ISOC              (2) W3C               (3) IEEE              (4) IETE              (5) None of these

Q6. Windows can easily run on these CPU’s
(1) Pentium 1 and above              (2) Pentium 2 and above              (3) 80286 and above              (4) 80386 and above
(5) None of the above

Q7. CPU can directly understand this language
(1) C              (2) C+ +              (3) Assembly              (4) Java              (5) None of these

Q8. Which language is CPU dependent
(1) C              (2) Assembly              (3) Java              (4) C+ +              (5) All except Java

Q9. A normal compiler takes source code as input and produce this as output
(1) Assembly code              (2) Object code              (3) Machine code              (4) All of these              (5) None of these

Q10. Multiprogramming and Multitasking are synonymous
(1) Always               (2) Never              (3) OS dependent               (4) Application specific              (5)  None of these