QUIZ 108

QUIZ 108

Quant Quiz (DI)

Q.1-5.Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below it.

Distribution of total voters in six different cities and detail of female.voters in these cities

Numbers of total voters = 64000

Ratio of male and female voters = 5 : 3

Q.1. What is the difference between the male voters in city B and female voters
in city A ?
(1) 7000               (2) 6880              (3) 6890              (4) 6850             (5) None of these

Q.2.What is the ratio of male voters in city A and that in city D ?
(1) 58 : 59               (2) 57 : 53               (3) 51 : 55               (4) 59 : 57               (5) None of these

Q.3. The number of female voters is what percent of number of male voters in city E ?
(1) 50               (2) 55               (3) 65               (4) 68               (5) None of these

Q.4.The number of male voters in city F is approximately what percent more than that of male voters in city E ?
(1) 38               (2) 34               (3) 40               (4) 45               (5) 30

Q.5. What is the average number of male voters in city C and D ?
(1) 5200               (2) 5600                (3) 5400               (4) 5800               (5) None of these

Q.6-10.Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below it.
Percentage wise distribution of students in six different schools.

Total number of students = 4000

Q.6. Number of boys school (III) is approximately what % of total number of students in school (III)?
(1) 42%                   (2) 60%               3) 45%         (4) 39%            (5) None of these

Q.7. What is the difference between the total number of boys & girls in all the schools?
(1) 450                  (2) 600                  (3) 400                  (4) 490                  (5) None of these

Q.8. What is the respective ratio between the number of boys in school II, number of girls in school IV and total number of students in school V?
(1) 5 : 7 : 11                 (2) 4 : 9 : 12                  (3) 5 : 4 : 14                  (4) 7 : 9 : 12                  (5) None of these

Q.9. What is the total number of girls in school III, number of girls in school (IV) and the number of boys in school V together?
(1) 1120                  (2) 1210                  (3) 1080                  (4) 1320                  (5) None of these

Q.10. What is the percentage number of girls in school IV & VI to that of total number of boys?
(1) 33.33 %                 (2) 29.33 %                  (3) 27.33 %                   (4) 37.33 %                 (5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1(2) Diffence = 10240 – 3360 = 6880
2(4) Ratio = 9440 : 9120 = 59 : 57
3(5) Percentage = 2400/4000 *100 = 60
4(1) Percentage increase = 1520/4000 *100 = 38
5(3) Average number = 10800/2 = 5400

6(5) Required % = (160/400)*100 = 40 %
7(5)Required difference = 2250 -1750 = 500
8 (3) Required ratio = 300 : 240 :840 = 5 :4 : 14
9(3) Required total students = 240 + 240 + 600 = 1080 

10(2) Required % = ( 420 +240)/2250*100 =29.33

Reasoning Mix Quiz

Directions (Q.1-6): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below: 

Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre, but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them is learning a different course, viz MBA, MCA, BTech, CA, CS, BCom, Finance and MTech.

There are two persons between those who study MCA and MBA and neither of them sits opposite A. C and G are immediate neghbours and neither of them studies M Tech or MBA. A, who studies Finance, sits second to the right of the one who studies MTech. B and E neither study MTech nor sit adjacent to A. E studies MBA and sits second to the left of G, who studies CA. D does not study MCA.

The immediate neighbor of E faces C, who sits third to the left of the one who studies Finance. F does not study MTech. Both D and H do not study MCA  and BTech. B studies BCom while D studies CS. B is not an immediate neighbor of A.

Q1. MCA is related to BCom in a certain way and MBA is related to MTech in the same way. Which of the following is related to BTech following the same pattern?  

A)CA                   B) Finance                   C) CS                 D) Can’t be determined                 E) None of these

Q2. Who among the following studies MTech? 

A)F                   B) H                    C) E                  D) Can’t be determined                  E) None of these

Q3. Who among the following sits third to the right of F? 

A) E                  B) G                    C) C                  D) B                 E) None of these

Q4. Which of the following statements is/are true about E?

A)E is sitting opposite H.               B)E studies M. Tech.                C)E is not an immediate neighbor of B.

D)All are true.                  E)None of these

Q5.Which of the following courses is situated by D? 

A)CA                   B) Tech.                  C) CS                  D) MBA                 E) None of these

Q6.Which of the following statements is/are true? 

A)C is immediate neighbor of H and F.                  B)The person MTech and sits on the immediate right of B.

C)H studies MTech and sits on the immediate right of B.                 D)Only B and C                 E)None is true

Directions (Q.7-12): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In a certain code language ‘black brings darkness’ is written as ‘mig cil pan’ , ‘darkness is for score’ is written as ‘pan na pa zil’, ‘people brings light’ is written as ‘li cil kit’ and ‘sun is for light’ , is written as ‘nit na pa kit’.

Q7.What does the code ‘pa’ stand for? 

A)darkness                  B) is                    C) sun                  D) Either is or for                 E) None of these

Q8.Which of the following can be the code for ‘brings’? 

A)kit                   B) cil                    C) pan                  D) li                   E) None of these

Q9.‘pan pa kit na’ is the code for which of the following? 

A)sun is for people            B) people come with light                  C) light is for darkness

D)Can’t be determined            E) None of these

Q10.Which of the following is the code for ‘people’? 

A)li               B) na                C) pa             D) kit           E) None of these

Q11.Which of the following can be the code for ‘black is score’? 

A)mig pa pan                  B) zil na mig                   C) zil cil na                  D) Can’t be determined                   E) None of these

Directions (Q.12-14): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

‘A –B’ means ‘A is sister of B’

‘A * B’ means ‘A is husband of B’

‘A ÷ B’ means ‘A is brother of B’

‘A + B’ means ‘A is father of B’

Q12.  In the expression M + R * Q – V ÷ L how is V related to M?

A)Brother –in- law                  B) Sister – in – law                  C) Brother                     D) Can’t be determined                  E) None of these

Q13.Which of the following is true for the given expression? 

A)B is daughter of S           B) E is grandfather of B           C) M is uncle of W                 D) S is sister of M                  E) None of these

Q14.In the expression A + B – C + D ÷ E how is B related to E? 

A)Grandfather B) Grandson                 C) Daughter                    D) Granddaughter                 E) None of these

Q15.Statement: A large number of people in ward X of the city are diagnosed to be suffering from a fatal malaria type.

Courses of Action:

The city municipal authority should take immediate steps to carry out extensive fumigation in ward X.

The people in the area should be advised to take steps to avoid mosquito bites.

A)Only I follows B) Only II follows          C) Either I or II follows             D) Neither I nor II follows           E) Both I and II follow

Answer & Explanation

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

Hints :
For Ques(1-6)

For Ques (7-12)
– pan
light– kit

English Quiz

Directions: In the following questions, a sentence has been given with some of its parts in bold. To make the sentence grammatically correct, you have to replace the bold part with the correct alternative given below. If the sentence is correct as it is, give 5) as your answer (i.e. No correction required)

Q1. It should be no surprise that I will be first employee in my circle to have an Apple iphone 6.

1) the first employee I am                  2) I am unique employee                 3) I was the first employee                  4) have the first phone                 5) No correction required

Q2. To away from the poor environment of work was significant is achieving my target.

1) Being away the poor environment            2) far away to the poor environment              3) Go away of the environment

4) go to the poor environment                 5) No correction required

Q3. I still have my ups and downs, but not to the same degree.

1) my ups and down           2) my up and down           3) my up and down           4) my up to down            5) No correction required

Q4. Walking or running was an invitation for them to came that of me.

1) to came there.                 2) to come after me.                 3) over come to myself.                  4) to come upon before me.

5) No correction required

Q5. Often violence and danger can’t be avoided, and there’s no simple formula.

1) could be ignore               2) can be avoided           3) couldn’t be avoided           4) can’t be avoided            5) No correction required

Direction: Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q6. _______ more cabins is _________ important and we can at least do this to respect them.

1) constructing, extremely                 2) shaping, too                 3) establishing, mortally                  4) constituting, over

5) forming, critically

Q7. Eventually I got my old and normal style back, although __________ I have converted _______ to boxing as a primary sport.

1) latterly, above               2) finally, at                 3) prior, on                  4) subsequently, over                 5) earlier, in

Q8. One of my most ________ childhood memories is being in bed late at night ______ watching to moon and even falling asleep while watching.

1) satisfying, when           2) unpleasant, although            3) pleasurable, while                  4) sensual, time                  5) favourable, for

Q9. Ashwin wanted to ______ what it is really like and demonstrate that it is so much more than _____ felling a bit blue.

1) true. time of                  2) pure, proper                 3) decent, strong                 4) to, rich                  5) just, bit

Q10. It is _____ of the ____ effects of the medication.

1) most, unique                  2) more, real                  3) one, side                 4) made, best                  5) one, plight

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

Computer Quiz

Q1.)Who among the following is known as the Father of Computer Mouse?
a) John Van Newman             b) Douglas Engelbart             c) Jeremy Pascal             d) Charles Babbage             e) None of the above

Q2.)Which of the following can be directly understood by a CPU?
a) Assembly Language               b) Machine Language               c) Primary Language               d) High Level Language
e) None of the above

Q3. Which of the following is an example of Toggle Key in a computer?
a) Ctrl b) Shift              c) Caps Lock                d) Num Lock                e) Both (3) and (4)

Q4.)What does ‘C’ stand for in the abbreviation MICR?
a) Character                b) Common             c) Casual               d) Cumulative              e) Case

Q5.)The number of pixels displayed on the screen of a computer is known as
a) Constitution                b) Resolution                c) Restoration              d) Display                e) Economy

Q6.)The printed copy of any output is known as
a) Hard Copy                 b) Scanned Output                   c) Printed Output               d) Soft Output         e) Paper Copy

Q7.)The process of loading the operating system in a computer is known as
a) Installing                  b) Downloading                c) Uploading                  d) Booting              e) None of the above

Q8.)A Monitor is an example of which among the following?
a) Output Device             b) Input Device                 c) I / O Device                d) Data Processor             e) None of the above

Q9.)Which of the following is NOT an octal number?
a) 125                  b) 259                c) 456               d) 025              e) 763

Q10.)In MS Excel, an active cell is
a) The one which is the last in a workbook                      b) The one in which the user is currently working
c) The one which is next to be used by the user              d) The one which is at the middle of a worksheet
e) The one which is at the middle of a workbook


1 ) b                2 ) b               3 ) e             4 ) a               5 ) b               6 ) a             7 ) d             8 ) a           9 ) b            10 ) b

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