 # QUIZ 107

### Quant Quiz

Direction : Following line graph shows the ratio of imports to exports of two companies over the years: Q1. In how many of the given years were the imports more than the exports in case of company – A ?
1) 5              2) 3              3) 1               4) 2          5) 4

Q2. If the imports of company-B in year 2011 were Rs. 51.688 lakh, then what were the exports of company-B in the same year?
1) 64.26 lakh              2) 67.54 lakh              3) 71.36 lakh              4) 73.84 lakh              5) None of these

Q3. If the exports of company-A and Company-B were equal to 84 lakh in year 2012 then what will be the difference between
imports of company-B and imports of company-A in that year ?
1) 9.6 lakh              2) 8.4 lakh              3) 7.2 lakh              4) 6.8 lakh              5) 5.4 lakh

Q4. If the exports of company-A in year 2009 and exports of company-B in year 2012 were equal then the imports of company-
B in 2012 is approximately what percentage of imports of company-A in 2009 ?
1) 60%              2) 75%              3) 84%              4) 96%              5) 133.3%

Q5. In year 2009, If the export of company-B is increased by 100% and import is increased by 200%. Then what will be the new ratio of import to export of company-B in that year ?
1) 0.8              2) 1.0              3) 1.2              4) 0.6              5) 1.5

Q6. A cycle is sold at a profit of 15%. If both the cost price and selling price is decreased by Rs. 200 the profit would be 5% more what is the original cost price of cycle ?
1) Rs. 1200              2) Rs. 1000              3) Rs. 800              4) Rs. 600              5) None of these

Q7. A person lends Rs. 4200 to ‘A’ for 3 years and Rs. 6500 to ‘B’ for 7 years. If the person gets Rs. 8134 as interest then what is the rate of interest per annum ?
1) 6%              2) 8%              3) 10%              4) 12%              5) 14%

Q8. A sum amounts to Rs. 98010 in 2 years and to Rs. 107811 in 3 years compounded annually. What is the sum ?
1) Rs. 81000              2) Rs. 84000              3) Rs. 87000              4) Rs. 90000              5) Rs. 94000

Q9. How many different words can be formed with the letters of the word ”BREAKING”. So that the words begin with ‘B’ and end with ‘G’ ?
1) 120              2) 720              3) 5040              4) 2520              5) 1440

Q10. A bag contains 9 white and 7 black balls. Three balls are drawn at random. Find the probability that all the three balls are black ?
1) 1/8              2) 1/12              3) 1/16              4) 1/21              5) None of these

1. 4
Imports > Exports
Imports/Exports >1

2. 4
I/E = 0.7
E = I/0.7
= 51.688/0.7
73.84lakh

3. 2
Ia/Ea = 0.8
Ia = 0.8 * 84 = 67.2lakh
Ib/Eb = 0.9
Ib = 0.9 * 84 = 75.6lakh
Diff = 8.4 lakh

4. 2
Ia/Ea = 1.2
Ib/Eb = 0.9
Let export of A and B are X
Ia = 1.2x
Ib = 0.9x
Req% = 0.9x/1.2x * 100 = 75%

5. 3
I/E = 0.8
I1 = I +200I/100 = 3I
E1 = E + 100E/100 = 2E
Ratio = I1/E1 = 3I/2E = 3/2 * 0.8 = 1.2

6. 3
Let the original cost proce is x, so SP is
115x/100 = 23x/20
Now CP = x – 200
SP = 23x/20 – 200
Profit = 23x/20 – 200 – (x – 200) = 23x/20 – x = 3x/20
% Profit = 3x/20 * 1/(x – 200) * 100 = 20
3x/(x – 200) = 4
3x = 4x – 800
x = 800

7. 5
Let the rate of interest is r% p.a.
4200*r*3/100 + 6500*r*7/100 = 8134
126r + 455r = 8134
r = 8134/581 = 14% p.a.

8. 1
P (1 + R/100)^3 = 107811
p(1 + r/100)^2 = 98010

1 + r/100 = 107811/98010
r/100 = 9801/98010
r = 10%

P = (1 + 10/100)^2 = 98010
p = 98010 * 100/121 = 81000

9. 2
B _ _ _ _ _ _ G

Now 6 letters are left for six different place
Req No. of wages = 6P6 = 6! = 720

10. 3
n(S) = Number of ways of selecting 3 balls out of 7 = 7C3 = 7!/3!4! = 35

p(E) = 35/560 = 1/16

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1 – 5): Read the following information and answer the questions given below :
Eight teachers A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are teaching different subjects viz English, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Polity, History, Biology and Hindi but not necessarily in the same order. All of them are sitting around a circular table but not facing the centre. H sits third to the right of D. A and C and also A’s immediate neighbours do not teaches English. Only one teacher sits between E and the English teacher. History and Chemistry teachers are immediate neighbour of each other. ‘A’ is neither Polity nor History teacher. Only one teacher sits between F and Geography teacher. F does not teach either English or Chemistry. A sits third to the left of G. G teaches Physics. D is not the immediate neighbour of either A or G. The one who teaches Hindi is an immediate neighbour of D. Three teachers sits between G and the Biology teacher. H is not teaching either English or Hindi.

Q1. Who among the following is the Chemistry teacher ?
1) C               2) A               3) D               4) H               5) None of these

Q2. Who among the following represent immediate neighbour of H ?
1) F, C               2) F, B               3) D, E               4) F, A               5) F and Polity teacher

Q3. Which of the following is true regarding E ?
1) E sits second to the left of F.              2) E teaches history.              3) E sits between C and the Chemistry teacher.
4) Only one person sits between E and Chemistry teacher.              5) None of these

Q4. How many persons sit between B and History teacher, when counted clockwise from B ?
1) None               2) One               3) Two               4) Three              5) Four

Q5. Which of the following is true ?
1) B is the teacher of English.              2) Only one person is sitting between History and Polity teacher.
3) The Chemistry teacher is an immediate neighbour of E.              4) One person sits between G and the English teacher.
5) None of these

Direction (Q. 6 –10): Study the following information to answer the given questions :
In a certain code “constitution of India is universal” is written as ‘mi sa uin tu ea’ ‘amendment and the constitution’ is written as ‘ze ab ha uin’, ‘act is amendment’ is written as ‘ab sa qa’ and ‘the universal act done’ is written as ‘ha no tu qa’ and ‘India vision’ is written as ‘ea li’.

Q6. What is the code for ‘of’ ?
1) mi               2) sa               3) uin               4) tu              5) ea

Q7. Which of the following does ‘qa’ stands for ?
1) in               2) act               3) done               4) amendment              5) None of these

Q8. Which of the following is the code for ‘Amendment of India’ ?
1) sa tu ab               2) mi ab ea               3) ha ab ea               4) ea mi ze               5) None of these

Q9. Which of the following is represented by the code ‘uin tu no’ ?
1) Constitution is done               2) India is universal               3) The universal constitution              4) Universal done constitution              5) Can’t be determined

Q10. Which of the following is the possible code for ‘Galaxy and the universal’ ?
1) ha tu ab ze               2) tu ab sa ze               3) ze ha tu la               4) la ra ha tu               5) None of these

Directions (Q. 11 – 15): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Six members A, B, C, D, E and F of a family likes six different dishes viz Paneer, Sandwich, Biryani, Idli, Noodles and Dosa but not necessarily in the same order. The person who likes Dosa is the grandmother of E, who likes Paneer. B, who likes Idli, is married to A. C, who likes Biryani is married to the person, who likes Sandwich. D is the father of E and F. There are two married couples.

Q11. How many females are there in the family ?
1) One               2) Two               3) Three               4) Four               5) Can’t be determined

Q12. A likes which of the following dish ?
1) Sandwich               2) Noodles               3) Idli               4) Dosa               5) None of these

Q13. How A is related to F ?
1) Mother               2) Wife               3) Grandmother               4) Grandfather               5) None of these

Q14. F likes which of the following dishes ?
1) Idli               2) Dosa               3) Sandwich               4) Paneer               5) None of these

Q15. Who are the two couples in the family ?-
1) AB and CD               2) AD and CB               3) AF and BE               4) AC and BD               5) None of these

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

constitution – uin

is – sa

amendment – ab

act – qa

the – ha

and – ze

universal – tu

done – no

India – ea

of – mi

vision – li

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

### 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 ground outside the village, l)/ abounding with frogs and snakes, 2)/ the enemies of mankind, 3)/ is soft and marshy. 4) / No error 5)

Q2. We are all short-sighted 1) / and very often see but one side of the matter. 2) / Our views are not extended 3)/ to all that has a connection with it. 4)/ No error 5)

Q3. Just laws are no restraint on 1) / the freedom of the good, 2)/ for the good man desires nothing 3) / which a just law interfere with. 4)/ No error 5)

Q4. Had he done 1) / his home work well 2) / he would not have 3)/ suffered this embarrassment. 4)/ No error 5).

Q5. He was angry with me 1) / because he thought my 2) / remark was 3) / aimed before him. 4) / No error 5)

Directions (6- 10): Which of the phrase (1), (2), (3), (4) given below each sentences should replace the phrase printed in bold to make the sentence grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is, mark (5) is ‘No correction required’ as the answer.

Q6. Banks must be ensured that 18 per cent of their loans is given to the agricultural sector.
1) are ensured              2) have to ensure              3) being ensured              4) should be ensured              5) No correction required

Q7. The government has announced several initiatives beneﬁting to factory workers.
1) beneﬁcial              2) for beneﬁting to              3) which will beneﬁt              4) beneﬁted to              5) No correction required

Q8. A date for the committee meeting to discuss the details of the proposal has yet to be decided.
1) will be yet decided              2) is been decided yet              3) have not been still decided                  4) is not yet been decided              5) No correction required

Q9. With the raining heavily the multi-storey office building was badly damaged and collapsed.
1) Owing to the heavy rains              2) Because of raining heavily              3) Since heavily it rained              4) In raining heavily              5) No correction required

Q10. The majority of our clients prefer our new office timings, which are convenience for them.
1) is convenient to              2) are convenience to              3) are convenient for               4) convenience              5) No correction required

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. Although religion does not __________ the acquisition of wealth, the tenor of its teaching is to an __________attitude of indifference to world things

1) proclaim. prohibit              2) inhibit, induce              3) manifest, proud              4) delink, develop              5) allow, criticis

Q12. Student should be __________ to realise that the are spmtual, love of things of the sprit and __________of their fellowmen.
1) made, service               2) allowed, needs              3) believed, service               4) made, devotion              5) professed, involvement

Q13. Extreme poverty is as __________is as to stagnation and as __________ wealth.
1) dangerous, restrained              2) provocative, permissible              3) supportive, foul              4) stupendous, corrupt
5) liable, excessive

Q14. It is accurate to refer to poets as dreamers but it is not __________to infer that the dreams of poets have no  practical value beyond the __________ of literary diversion.
1) possible, shadow              2) sensible, object              3) discerning, realm              4) valuable, field              5) comparable, circle Infer

Q15. Every __________ step man takes in any field of life, is first taken along the dreamy  __________ of imagination.
1) calculated, vision              2) outward, base              3) forward, path              4) initial, thought              5) parallel, extent

1. 5          2. 4;  Replace ‘with’ with ‘to’          3. 4; Replace ‘interfere’ with ‘interferes’ because ‘a law’ is singular.           4. 5

5. 4; Replace ‘before’ with ‘at’            6. 2        7. 1        8. 5       9. 1       10. 3       11. 2      12. 1      13. 5      14. 2      15. 3

### COMPUTER QUIZ

Q1) Which of the following is used to automatically insert the date in MS Word?
a) Alt + Ctrl+ G              b) Alt + Ctrl + D              c) Alt + Shift + D              d) Alt + Enter + F              e) None of the above

Q2) The first Windows OS was launched in the year
a) 1985              b) 1980              c) 1990              d) 1988              e) 1987

Q3) The abbreviation RAM stands for ¬
a) Received Across Memory               b) Random Access Memory               c) Random Attestation Memory

d) Rating Access Memory               e) None of the above

Q4.) Which of the following is used if we want to edit a selected cell in MS Excel?
a) F5               b) F6               c) F2               d) F4               e) F9

Q5) The basic function of a computer is to process data into …..
a) Information              b) Peripherals              c) Input              d) Output              e) None of the above

Q6) The number system used in computer to perform processing as well as calculation is known as
a) Decimal Number System              b) Binary Number System              c) Hexadecimal Number System              d) Octal Number System              e) None of the above

Q7) Which of the following is NOT an example of Primary Memory?
a) Random Access Memory               b) Cache Memory               c) Hard Drive               d) Both (1) and (2)               e) Both (2) and (3)

Q8) A central computer that holds data for many computers is known as which among the following?
a) Mini Computer              b) Micro Computer              c) Workstation              d) Server              e) None of the above

Q9) Which of the following is a variant of Read Only Memory?
a) Static ROM              b) Dynamic ROM              c) Status               d) EPROM              e) All of the above

Q10) Which of the following performs the task of performing arithmetical calculations and logical operations in a computer?
a) Motherboard        b) Integrated Circuit           c) Central Processing Unit              d) Arithmetic Logic Unit           e) Control Unit