QUIZ 114

QUIZ 114

Quant Quiz

Direction: Following line graph shows the percentage growth in population of six cities A, B, C, D, E and F from 2011 to 2012 and 2012 to 2013.

Q1. If the population of City A is 5.4 lakh in year 2011 then what will be its population in year 2013.
1) 7.842 lakh                2) 8.424 lakh                3) 8.765 lakh                4) 9.168 lakh                5) None of these

Q2. What is the percentage increase in population of city C from year 2011 to year 2013.
1) 15%                2) 22.5%                3) 30%                4) 32.25%                5) 33.5%

Q3. If the population of city E and City D are equal in year 2012 then the population of city E is approximately what percentage of population of city D in 2013.
1) 86.2%                2) 96%                3) 104%                4) 116%                5) 124%

Q4. If the population of city-F in year 2013, is 16.848 lakh then what was its population in year 2011 ?
1) 7.8 lakh                2) 8.4 lakh                3) 9.6 lakh                4) 10.2 lakh                5) 11.4 lakh

Q5. If the population of city-B and city-D in year 2011 are equal to 6 lakh then what will be the difference between population of city-D in 2013 and population of city-B in 2013 ?
1) 75500                2) 97400                3) 112500                4) 137600                5) 148500

Directions : What will be the next number in the following number series-

Q6. 3, 8, 34, 206, 1650, ?
1) 16502                2) 17124                3) 17316                4) 18212                5) 18946

Q7. 4, 10, 18, 28, 40, ?
1) 48                2) 52                3) 54                4) 56                5) 58

Q8. 7, 61, 211, 505, 991, ?
1) 1512                2) 1587                3) 1643                4) 1717                5) 1751

Q9. 842, 425, 147, 42.75, ?
1) 12.15                2) 14.95                3) 16.35                4) 18.75                5) 20.25

Q10. 8.8, 35.2, 76.8, 134.4, 208, ?
1) 297.6                2) 312.4                3) 320.8                4) 324                5) 336.2

Answer & Explanation

1. 2
A2013 = 540000 * 120/100 * 130/100 = 842400

2. 4
Let the population in year 2011 = 100
Population 2013 = 100 * 115/100 * 115/100 = 132.25
% increase = 32.25%

3. 4
Let the population of D & E by x in year 2012
D2013 = x * 125/100 = 1.25x

E2013 = x * 145/100 = 1.45x

Req % = 1.45x/1.25x * 100 = 116%

4. 3
F2011 = 1684800 * 100/130 * 100/135 = 960000

5. 3
D2013 = 600000 * 135/100 * 125/100 = 1012500

B2013 = 600000 * 125/100 * 120/100 = 900000

Diff = 1012500 – 900000 = 112500

6. 1; Series is ×2 + 2, ×4 + 2, ×6 + 2
7. 3; Series is + 6, +8, +10, +12 ———
8. 4; Series is 23 – 1, 43 -3, 63
– 5, 83 – 7
9. 2; Series is + 8 ÷ 2, +16 ÷ 3, +24 ÷4 ——
10. 1; Series is 8 × 1.1, 16 × 2.2, 24 × 3.2, 32 × 4.2

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-6): In this question are given four statements followed by five conclusions, one of which definitely does not logically follow (or is not a possibility of occurrence) from the given statements. That conclusion is your answer.
(Note: You have to take the four given statements to be true even it they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically does not follow from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.)

Q1. Statements: No toy is a doll.
All guns are toys.                 All houses are dolls.                  All dolls are baskets.
Conclusions:
1) All baskets are toys.                  2) No gun is a house.                3) All guns being baskets is a possibility.
4) All houses are baskets.                   5) No doll is a gun.

Q2. Statements: Some logics are reasons.
All reasons are arguments.                 All arguments are fights.                   No fight is a discussion.
Conclusions:
1) All discussions being logic is a possibility.                     2) No discussion is an argument.
3) All logics being discussion is a possibility.                4) All reasons are fights.                     5) No reason is a discussion.

Q3.Statements: All references are mails.
All mentions are references.                All comments are mentions.                No mail is a declaration.
Conclusions:
1) No reference is a declaration.                2) All comments are mails.                3) No mention‘ is a declaration.
4) All declarations being comments is a possibility.                5) At least some mails are mentions.

Q4.Statements: Some moments are flashes.
All moments are seconds.                All flashes are instances.                No instance is an hour.
Conclusions:
1) All hours being seconds is a possibility.                2) No second is a flash.                3) No hour is a flash. ‘
4) At least some moments are instances.                5) At least some seconds are instances.

Q5. Statements: All circles are spheres.
All spheres are rectangles.                No rectangle is a pyramid.                No pyramid is a triangle.
Conclusions:
1) At least some circles are pyramids.                2) All triangles being circles is a possibility.
3) All rectangles being triangles is a possibility.                4) At least some rectangles are circles.                5) No pyramid is a sphere. .

Q6.Statements: No hotel is a motel.
All motels are apartments.                All apartments are inns.                No inn is a guest-house.
Conclusions:
1) All hotels being inns is a possibility.                2) No motel is a guest-house.                3) All hotels being apartments is a possibility.
4) No motel is an inn.                5) No guest-house is an apartment.

Directions (Q. 7-12): Study the following information and answer the questions.
Seven friends, namely L, M, N, O, P, Q and R, like different animated movies, namely Finding Nemo, Rio, Frozen, Up, Lion King, Shrek and Cars, but not necessarily in the same order. Each friend also has a presentation on topics of different subjects, namely Civics, History, English, Geography, Chemistry, Physics and Biology but not necessarily in the same order.
Q has a presentation on Civics and likes neither Frozen nor Up. The one who likes Finding Nemo has a presentation on History. L likes Rio and has a presentation neither on Geography nor on Chemistry. The one who likes Cars has a presentation on Biology. M has a presentation on Physics and does not like Up. The one who likes Up does not have a presentation on Chemistry. O likes Lion King. R does not have a presentation on History and does not like Up. P does not like Up.

Q7. On which of the following subjects does P have a presentation?
1) Chemistry                2) English                3) Biology                4) Other than those given as options                5) Geography

Q8. Four of the following five form a group as per the given arrangement. Which of the following does not belong to that group?
1) R— Cars                2) Q—Shrek                 3) N—Up                 4) M —Frozen                   5) P—Rio

Q9.Which of the following combinations is definitely correct?
1) N—Chemistry                2) R— History                 3) L — English                 4) All the given combinations are definitely correct
5) P — Geography

Q10.Which of the following combinations of movie and subject is definitely correct with respect to N?
1) Up — Chemistry                2) Other than those given as options                3) Shrek — Geography                4) Up — Geography                5) Finding Nemo — History

Q11.Four of the following five form a group as per the given arrangement. Which of the following does not belong to that group?
1) Biology—Cars –                2) Chemistry- Lion-King                3) Civics — Shrek                4) English — Frozen
5) Geography — Up

Q12.Which of the following movies does Q like?
1) Shrek                 2) Other than those given as options ‘                3) Finding Nemo                4) Lion King                5) Cars

Directions (Q. 13 – 18): In the given questions, assuming the given statements to be true. Find which of the given four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly.

13.Statement:   S > M ≥ D > H ≤ R ≤ T < W
Conclusions:  I. S > H                 II. W > H                 III. R < W                  IV. M > T
1) Only I, II and III are true.                2) Only II is true.                3) Only I and II are true.                4) Only I and either II or IV are true.                5) All I, II, III and IV are true.

Q14. Statements:  M > U > L ≤ N; L ≥ Y > A
Conclusions:  I. Y <N                 II. M > N                   III. N = Y                  IV. M > A
1) Only either II or III is true.                 2) Only IV and either I or III are true.                3) Only IV is true.                4) Only II is true.
5) Only III is true.

Q15. Statements:  J ≥ A > D = E; L< A < M
Conclusions:  I. M < J                   II. J> L                 III. D > L                 IV. E < M
1) Only II is true.                2) Only I and III are true.                3) None is true                4) Only II and IV are true.
5) Only I and II are true. ,

Q16.Statements:  Y > F ≤ O ≤ P; F ≥ U < T
Conclusions:  I. Y>P                   II. T < F                  III. O > T                  IV. P < U
1) Only I is true                2) Only II is true.                3) Only III is true.                4) None is true.                5) Only I and IV are true.

Q17.Statement:  M > H ≤ Y  ≤ R < U = Z ≥ E
Conclusions:  I. M > R                   II. Z  ≤ R                 III. R > E                  IV. Z > H
1) Only I and II are true.                2) Only IV is true.                3) None is true.                4) Only II and IV are true.               5) Only II and III are true.

Q18. Statement: P > Q ≤ C ≤ B = M > D
Conclusions:  I. M > Q                   II. D ≤ Q                III. M = Q                IV. C > D,
1) None is true            2) Only IV is true.           3) Only either I or III is true.            4) Only II and I are true.              5) Only I is true.

Q19. If Neena says, “Anita`s father Raman is the only son of my father-in-law Mahipal”, then how is Bindu, who is the sister of Anita, related to Mahipal ?
1). Niece                2). Daughter                3). Wife                4). Daughter-in-law                5). None of these

Q20. In a certain code language, ‘743’ means ‘mangoes are good’ ; ‘657’ means ‘eat good food’ and ‘934’ means ‘mangoes are ripe’. Which digit means ‘ripe’ in that language ?
1). 9                2). 4                3). 5                4).7                5). None of these

Answers

1. 1             2. 3              3. 4               4. 2              5. 1              6. 4              7. 4              8. 5              9. 3                10. 4          11. 4   12. 1          13.  1           14. 2           15. 4           16. 4             17. 2            18. 3             19. 5          20.1

 

English (Mix Quiz)

Directions (Q.1- 8): In the following passage there are blanks each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words/phrases are suggested one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word/phrase in each case:
Mr. Padmanabhan (1) that there were risks (2) with full capital account (3). Yet, he felt that resisting liberalization over an extended period could prove futile and counter-productive. As the economy got more globalised, it would become harder to (4) closed capital accounts, Mr. Padmanabhan said. “(5) openness to international trade may create opportunities for (6) of capital account restrictions through under- and over-invoicing of trade transactions, and the increasing (7) of investors and global financial markets makes it much easier to do so,’’ he conceded. Corporates could use transfer pricing to get around capital account restrictions, he said. However, keeping any restriction for too long could prove self-defeating as people ended up finding new methods of bypassing that (8), he added. Ipso facto, he felt, India should move towards full capital account convertibility. “There is simply no escape from it,’’ Mr. Padmanabhan asserted.

Q1.1) conceded                2) retained                3) gained                4) concede                5) denied

Q2.  1) associate                2) associated                3) considerate                4) incorporate                5) conjoin

Q3.1) inconvertibility                2) convertible                3) inconvertible                4) convertibility                5) exchangeable

Q4. 1) preserved                 2) display                3) maintain                 4) elevate                 5) dissolve

Q5. 1) decreasing                2) Increasing                3) increased                4) decreased                5) diminished

Q6.1) escape                2) evade                3) dodge                4) circumvent                5) circumvention

Q7.1) crude                2) sophistication                 3) backward                4) naive                5) sophisticated

Q8.1) restricted                2) construction               3) constructed                4) restriction                5) liberation

Directions (8- 15): 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.

Q9. He has visited many places all over the city looked at the perfect location to set up his factory.
1) looking out                2) looking for                3) looking after                4) looked forward to                5) No correction required

Q10. No traffic will be allowed in this area since the minister visit scheduled today.
1) minister’s visit                     2) minister is visiting                  3) minister’s visit is                       4) visit of the minister
5) No correction required

Q11. Medical treatment here is very expensive that they had to sell off their land to pay for it.
1) quite expensive and                2) too expensive for                3) so expensive but                4) more expensive
5) No correction required

Q12. To be successful it is important to know why your failure in the past and ensure that it doesn’t happen again.
1) Why you had failed                2) because you have failed                3) that your failure                4) where you were failed
5) No correction required

Q13. These hand woven shawls are much in demand in many European countries.
1) were much demand                2) are lots of demand                3) demanded much                4) will be lot of demand
5) No correction required

Q14. Our country is one of the most densely populated in the world and need increased food production.
1) needy of increasing                2) needed an increase                3) need increasingly the                4) needs to increase
5) No correction required

Q15. This is an organisation which helps the poor by providing loans at mostly less rates of interest.
1) at much smaller                2) at very low                3) with such lower                4) for so little                5) No correction required

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1.Which of the following people probably has the least amount of technical knowledge?

a)Programmer                 b)User                c)System analyst                d)Computer operator                e)Computer professional

Q2.The Central Processing Unit (CPU) consists of:

a)Input, output and processing                   b)Control unit, primary storage & secondary storage

c)Control unit, arithmetic-logic unit, primary storage                 d)Control unit, processing, and primary storage

e)None of the above

Q3.What key links records from one database table to a record or records in another database table?

a)Primary key                  b)Principal key                c)Foreign key                 d)Link key                e)None of these

Q4.If you wished to limit what you would see on an Excel worksheet, what data function would you use?

a)Sort                 b)Filter                c)Conditional format                 d)Data analysis                e)None of these

Q5.A(n) __________ converts all the source code into machine code, creating an executable file.

a)linker                 b)compiler                c)assembler                 d)interpreter                e)None of these

Q6.The color of an object is an example of a(n) __________.

a)attribute                 b)detail                c)listing                 d)specification                e)None of these

Q7.A __________ is anything that can cause harm.

a)vulnerability                 b)phish                c)Threat                 d)spoof                e)All of the above

Q8.In the right setting a thief will steal your information by simply watching what you type.

a)snagging                 b)spying                c)social engineering                 d)shoulder surfing                e)None of these

Q9.A hacker that changes or forges information in an electronic resource, is engaging in __________.

a)denial of service                b)sniffing                c)terrorism                d)data diddling                e)None of these

Q10.Which computer virus records every movement you make on your computer?

a)Malware Android                 b)Key logger                c)DoS                d)Trapper                e) None of these

Answers

1.b             2.c           3.c           4.b           5.b           6.a          7.c          8.d            9.d          10.b

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