# QUIZ 116

### Quant Quiz

Q1. 1/37 * 5106 + 9/23 * 5681 = ? * 3
1. 518               2. 642               3. 787               4. 896               5. 936

Q2. cube root(12167) + cube root(4096) = sqroot(?)
1. 1369               2. 1521               3. 1681               4. 1849               5. 2203

Q3. 17.16 / 0.37 + 24.32 / 0.38 = ?
1. 112               2. 136               3. 13.806               4. 14.208               5. 15.688

Q4. 0.32% of 1658 + 0.48% of 2145 =?
1. 11.264               2. 12.718               3. 13.806               4. 14.208               5. 15.688

Q5. 7164 / 59.7 * 7.85 = ?
1. 648               2. 712               3. 884               4. 942               5. 1024

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

1. 3

2. 2

3. 1

4. 5

5. 4

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. 1-5): Study the following information fully to answer the given questions.
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and its rearrangement:
Input: 59 rule 61 the for 63 cat 52 dog 55
Step I: 52 59 rule 61 the for 63 cat dog 55
Step II: 52 59 rule 61 the for 63 dog 55 cat
Step III: 52 55 59 rule 61 the for 63 dog cat
Step IV: 52 55 59 rule 61 the for 63 cat dog
Step V: 52 55 59 61 rule the for 63 cat dog
Step VI: 52 55 59 61 rule the 63 cat dog for
Step VII: 52 55 59 61 63 rule the cat dog for
Step VIII: 52 55 59 61 63 the cat dog for rule
Step IX: 52 55 59 61 63 cat dog for rule the
And Step IX is the last step of the above input.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, ﬁnd out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.
Input: India 65 number 21 one 31 car 25 tata 43 maruti 72

Q1. How many steps will be required to complete the above input?
A)Six                  B) Seven                   C) Eight                   D) Nine                    E) More than nine .

Q2. How many numbers exist between 65 and 72 in Step IV?
A)None                 B) Two                  C) Three                D) Four                 E) None of these

Q3.  Which of the following steps would be the last step but one?
A)Nine                 B) Ten                  C) Eleven                D) Eight                 E) None of these

Q4.What will be the position of ‘72’ from the right end in Step VIII?
A)Third                 B) Fourth                C) Fifth                 D) Sixth                 E) None of these

Q5.What is the position of ‘India’ in Step VI?
A)Second from the right                 B) Fourth from the left                C) Sixth from the right                D) Seventh from the left               E) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-8): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:
I, J, K, L, M and N are six friends. Each of them has a different weight. L is heavier than only J. M is heavier than I but lighter than N. K’s weight is 52 kg, which is the third highest in the group.

Q6. Who among the following is the heaviest?
A)M                B) N                 C) L                 D) J                 E) None of these

Q7. How many persons are heavier than I?
A)Two                B) One                  C) Three                 D) Can’t be determined               E) None of these

Q8. Which of the following statements is true?
A)J’s weight is 49 kg and is heavier than I.                         B) I, J and L are lighter than K and M.
C)N’s weight is 55 kg, which is second highest in the group.                 D) K is lighter than M and I.               E) None of these.

Q9. How many such pairs of letters are there in the word APPROPRIATE each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in the English alphabetical series?
A)One                    B) Two                  C) Three                D) Four                E) More than four.

Q10. The positions of the ﬁrst and the second digit in the number 5137892451 are interchanged. Similarly, the positions of the third and the fourth digits are interchanged, and so on. Which of the following will be the fifth digit from the right end after the interchange?
A)8                   B) 7               C) 9                  D) 2                   E) None of these

Directions (Q. 11-15): In the given question, assuming the given statements to be true, ﬁnd which of the given four conclusions I, II, III and IV is/are deﬁnitely true and give your answer accordingly.

Q11.Statements:  R < P > N, T ≤ Q, T = N
Conclusions: I. R > T                II. P ≥ Q                    III. R < N                    IV. Q ≥ N
A)Only I is true                 B) Only II and III are true                C) Only IV is true                   D) All are true                  E) None of these

Q12. Statements:  N ≤ Q, R > P = N, S > T ≥ R
Conclusions: I. S > N                 II. S ≥ P                 III.  R > Q                 IV. Q ≤ P
A)Only I is true                   B) Only II and III are true                  C) Only IV is true                   D) All are true               E) None of these

Q13. Statements:  T > O, S > R ≤ F,U ≤ F,S ≤ O
Conclusions: I. T > S                   II. O > R                   III. O ≥ U                 IV. F ≥ U
A)Only I and II are true              B) Only I, II and IV are true              C) Only III is true                D) None is true              E) All are true

Q14. Statements:  B ≤ U, E ≥ U, E >V ≥ L
Conclusions:  I. E ≥ B                II. E ≥ L               III. U > V                  IV. B ≥ L
A)Only I and II are true                 B) Only III and IV are true                  C) Only III is true                  D) Only I is true
E)None of these.

Q15. Statements:  A ≥ B >X, W ≤ R< C, W = X
Conclusions: I. R ≥ X .                II. X < C                     III. A > W                   IV. B > W
A)Only I and II are true                  B) Only III and IV are true                   C) Only III is true                   D) Only I is true
E)All are true

1. E             2. B           3. B            4. C            5. A            6. B           7. C            8. B            9. E            10.A

11. C         12. A          13. B           14. D         15. E

### English (Mix Quiz)

Directions (Q.1- 10): 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:
Although he is no longer alive, (1) his inﬂuence can be felt in the studio (2) he created cartoons and feature ﬁlms which made him known and (3) around the world. (4) many people who work to create humour he took it very seriously. He would sit sadly (5) the funniest cartoon concentrating or some way to improve it. Walt Disney (6) the opinions of those working with him but the (7) judgement was always his. He demanded a lot (8) people but he gave a lot too. When  the economy was not doing well he gave every one a (9) and though some (10) of this, it gave his employees’ morale a boost.

Q1. 1) yet                  2) even                  3) and                  4) till                  5) besides

Q2.1) from                  2) where                  3) which                  4) while                  5) that

Q3. 1) respect                  2) seen                  3) loved                  4) entertained                  5) laughed

Q4.1) For                  2) To                  3) Without                  4) Not                  5) Like

Q5. 1) on                  2) until                  3) front                  4) through                  5) in

Q6. 1) saw                  2) concluded                  3) discussed                  4) discouraged                  5) valued

Q7. 1) ﬁnal                  2) ultimately                  3) important                  4) hasty                  5) lasting

Q8. 1) by                  2) from                  3) with                  4) to                  5) many

Q9. 1) advance                  2) share                  3) fee                  4) raise                  5) proﬁt

Q10. 1) credit                  2) disapproved                  3) criticized                  4) offended                  5) paid

Directions (Q 11- 15): 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.)

Q11. Today most employees complain 1) / of suffering for the stress 2)/ of attending to 3)/ rude customers all day. 4) / No error 5)

Q12. Since the tenant failed l)/ to pay his rent on time 2) / the landlord denied him 3) / access to the premise. 4) / No error 5)

Q13. His industrious nature l)/ and calm temperament 2) / have endeared him 3) / to his colleagues and one’s superiors. 4) / No error 5)

Q14. After careful scrutiny of the report l)/ variety mistakes that had been 2) / made by the research 3) / department were found. 4) / No error 5)

Q15. Since the online education system 1) / has been poorly designed there 2) / are not many institute 3)/ that offer this facility. 4) / No error 5)

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

11. 2; Substitute ‘suffering from’ for ‘suffering for’

12. 4; Substitute plural ‘premises’ for ”premise’

13. 4; Delete ‘one’s’

14.2; Substitute ‘various’ for ‘variety’

15.3; Substitute plural ‘institutes’ for  ‘institute’

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Which input device cannot be used to work in MS Office?
a)Scanner                  b) Mouse                  c) Keyboard                  d) Joy stick                  e) Light pen

Q2. A Proxy server is used for which of the following?
a) To provide security against unauthorized users                     b) To process client requests for web pages
c) To provide TCP/IP                 d) To process client requests for database access                     e) None of these

Q3. ………… is the functional key to display save-as box.
a) F5                b) F6                 c) F9                    d) F12                  e) None of these

Q4.This is not a function category in Excel ________
a) Logical                b) Data Series                  c) Financial                   d) Text                 e) None of these

Q5. Superscript, subscript, outline, emboss, engrave are known as ______
a) font styles                b) font effects                   c) word art                  d) text effects                  e) None of these

Q6…………. is the combination of keys to switch between the last four places that you have edited.
a) ALT + CTRL + Z                b) ALT + CTRL + Y                   c) ALT + TAB + Z                    d) ALT + SHIFT + Z
e) None of these

Q7. For running WINDOW minimum disk free space required is?
a) 8 MB               b) 10 MB                  c) 16 MB                   d) 32 MB                  e) None of these

Q8. Accumulator is a _______
a) Hardwired unit            b) Sequential circuit           c) Finite state machine                  d) Register                  e) None of these

Q9. What does ‘ctrl +esc’ do?
a) Shows the start menu                b) shows the format menu             c) Shows the tools menu                 d) shows the insert menu       e) None of these

Q10. To minimize all open windows and display the desktop?
a) Windows logo +D                  b) Windows logo + E                  c) Windows logo + F                  d) Windows logo + G