QUIZ 117

QUIZ 117

Quant Quiz

Q1. The price of shirts at Sahara Ganj is defined as Rs. (100 + 10x2) where x is the number of shirts. Mallika purchased 5 shirts from the above shop. The average price of a shirt is :
(a) Rs. 70                   (b) Rs. 50                   (c) Rs. 75                    (d) Rs. 85                    (e) none of these

Q2. There are 10 compartments in passenger train which carries on an average 20 passengers per compartment. If at least 12 passengers were sitting in each compartment and no any compartment has equal number of passengers then maximum how many passengers can be accommodated in any compartment:
(a) 64                    (b) 45                    (c) 56                    (d) 65                    (e) none of these

Q3. There are twice the number of two wheelers as there are three wheelers and the number of 4 wheelers are equal to the number of two wheelers. The average number of wheel per vehicle is :
(a) 3                    (b) 4                    (c) 5                    (d) 7                    (e) none of these

Q4. In a mixture of milk and water, there is only 26% water. After replacing the mixture with 7 litres of pure milk, the percentage of milk in the mixture become 76%. The quantity of mixture is :
(a) 65 litre                    (b) 91 litre                    (c) 38 litre                    (d) 87 litre                    (e) none of these

Q5. The ratio of expenditure and savings is 3 : 2. If the income increases by 15% and the savings increases by 6%, then by how much per cent should his expenditure increases?
(a) 25                    (b) 21                    (c) 12                    (d) 24                    (e) 54

Q6. The ratio of petrol and kerosene in the container 3 : 2. when 10 litres of the mixture is taken out and is replaced by the kerosene, the ratio becomes 2:3. The total quantity of the mixture in the container is :
(a) 25                    (b) 30                    (c) 45                    (d) 96                    (e) none of these

Q7. Two liquids are mixed in the ratio 4 : 3 and the mixture is sold at Rs. 20 with a profit of 33 1/3%. If the first liquid is costlier than the second by Rs. 7. Find the sum of the costs of both the liquids:
(a) Rs. 11                    (b) Rs. 29                    (c) Rs. 35                    (d) Rs. 70                    (e) Rs. 125

Q8. Alloy A contains 40% gold and 60% silver. Alloy B contains 35% gold and 40% silver and 25% copper. Alloys A and B are mixed in the ratio of 1 : 4. What is the ratio of gold and silver in the newly formed alloy is?
(a) 20% and 30%                    (b) [email protected] and 44%                    (c) 25% and 35%                    (d) 49% and 36%                    (e) 64% and 25%

Q9. Mitthu Bhai sells rasgulla (a famous sweets) at Rs. 15 per kg. A rasgulla is made up of flour and sugar in the ratio of 5 : 3. The ratio of price of sugar and flour is 7 : 3 (per kg). Thus he earns
66 2/3% profit. What is t he cost price of sugar?
(a) Rs. 10/kg                    (b) Rs. 9/kg                    (c) Rs. 18/kg                    (d) Rs. 14/kg                    (e) Rs. 21/kg

Q10. In an office there were initially n employees. The HR manager first hired P% employees then after a month q% employees left the office, then there were finally n employees remained in the office, the value of p-q is.
(a) pq                    (b) pq/100                    (c) p/q                    (d) p2q/n                    (e) none of these

Q11. The pressure of a definite mass of a gas is directly proportional to the temperature and inversely proportional to the volume under the given conditions. If temperature is increased by 40% and the volume is decreased by 20% then the new pressure will:
(a) be increased by 75%                 (b) reduce to 25%                 (c) be increased by 20%                (d) increase by 28%
(e) None of these

Q12. A computer typist types a page with 20 lines in 10 minutes but he leaves 8% margin on the left side of the page. Now he has to type 23 pages with 40 line on each page which he leaves 25% more margin than before. How much time is now required to type these 23 pages.
(a) 7 ½ hrs                  (b) 7 2/3 hrs                 (c) 23 ½ hrs                 (d) 3.916 hrs                 (e) None of these

Q13. Eklavya can do the 6 times the actual work in 36 days while Faizal can do the one fourth of the original work in 3 days. In how many days will both working together complete the 3 times of the original work?
(a) 6                    (b) 10                    (c) 12                    (d) 15                    (e) none of these

Q14. A group of workers was put on a job. From the second day onwards, one worker was withdrawn each day. The job was finished when the last worker was withdrawn. Had no worker been withdrawn at any stage, the group would have finished the job in 55% of the time. How many workers were there in the group?
(a) 50                    (b) 40                    (c) 45                    (d) 10                    (e) none of these

Q15. A group of men decided to d a job in 4 days. But since 20 men dropped out every day, the job completed at the end of the 7th day. How many men were there at the beginning?
(a) 240                    (b) 140                    (c) 280                    (d) 150                    (e) none of these

Answer & Explanation

1. Total price of 5 shirts = [100 + 10 * (5)2]

Ave. Price = 350/5 = 70

 

2. Total no of passengers = 10 * 20 = 200

= In the 9th compartment the total passengers

= (12 + 13 + 14 + 15 + 16 + 17 + 18 + 19 + 20)

= 144

No of passengers in the 10th coach = 200 – 144 = 56

 

3. Let no. of 3 wheelers = x

No. of wheels = 3x

No. of two wheelers = 2x

No. of wheels = 2 * 2x = 4x

No of four wheelers = 2x

No of wheels = 4 * 2x = 8x

Average no of wheels = (3x + 4x + 8x) / (2x + x + 2x)

= 15x/5x = 3

 

4. Milk : water

74%                                  26% (initially)

76%                                24% (after replacement)

Left amount = Initial amount { 1 – replaced amount/ total amount}

24 = 26 (1 – 7/k)

K = 91 litre

 

5. (b)

 

6. (b)

 

7.(b)

 

8. (b)

 

9. (d)

 

10. P/100 + P = q/100

100p = 100q + pq

P – q = pq/100

 

11. P1 = K T/V

P2 = K x 1.4T/0.8       à K x 7T/4

Ratio = (P2 – P1)/ P1 = P2/P1 – 1

= 7T/4T – 1 = ¾

New pressure will increased by 75%

 

12. Margin time -> 20 * 0.92 = 10 minutes

(23 * 40 * 0.90)/(20 * 0.92) = 45

Required time is 45 minutes  than previous time 450 minutes = 7 ½ hrs.

 

13. Efficiency of Eklavya = 16.66%

Efficiency of Faizal = 8.33%

Total efficiency of both = 25%

So, they can do actual work in 4 days

3 times work required 12 days.

 

14. n (x + 1)/2 = x * 55n/100

n = 10

Total work is 55 Man days

 

15. Let n be initial no. of worker, then

n * 4 = n + (n – 20) + (n – 40) +………………….+ (n – 120)

4x = 7x – 420

x = 140 workers

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): In each of the questions below are given four statements followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts. 

Q1. Statements: Some jeeps are trains.                 All trains are buses.               Some boats are jeeps.              Some scooters are buses.
Conclusions: I. Some scooters are trains.              II. Some boats are buses.               III. Some jeeps are scooters.
IV. All buses are trains.
1) None follows                2) Only IV follows                3) Only II and IV follow                  4) Only III follows                5) None of these.

Q2. Statements: All teachers are engineers.                 All engineers are cooks.                 Some cooks are merchants.
All merchants are poets.
Conclusions: I. Some cooks are teachers.                 II. Some merchants are engineers.                 III. All cooks are engineers.
IV. Some cooks are poets.
1) None follows              2) Only l follows                3) Only ll and IV follow                4) Only I and IV follow                5) None of these .

Q3. Statements:Some tools are hammers.                 Some hammers are nails.                 All nails are screws.
All screws are nuts.
Conclusions: I. All nuts are screws.                 II. Some nuts are tools.                 III. Some hammers are screws.
IV. All nuts are nails.
1) All follow               2) Only I follows                3) Only II follows                4) Only II and III follow                5) None of these

Q4. Statements: All pens are bags.                 All bags are glasses.                 No glass is a spoon.                 All spoons are books.
Conclusions: I. Some glasses are pens.                 II. Some books are bags.                 III. No spoon is a pen.                 IV. No bag is a book.
1) Only II and III follow                  2) Only I, III and either II or IV follow                3) Either II or IV follows                  4) All follow
5) None of these.

Q5. Statements: All petals are flowers.                 All thorns are flowers.                 Some leaves are thorns.                 Some stems are flowers.
Conclusions: I. Some petals are leaves                II. All leaves are flowers.                 III. Some stems are petals.
IV. No petal is a leaf.
1) None follows                      2) Only II follows                  3) Only II and either I or IV follow                4) Only either I or IV follows   5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
A, Z, B, C, D, W, X and Y are eight friends sitting around a square table, two on each side. All of them are facing away from the centre and each is opposite another. There are three female members and they are not seated next to one another. 
X sits between D and Z. Y is a female member who sits second to the left of X. Z is not a female member but sits opposite A, who is a female, C sits third to the left of W and is not a male member.
Q6. Who among the following sits on the immediate left of Z’?
1)W                  2)X                  3)Y                 4)B                  5) None of these.

Q7. Which of the following statements is true about W and X?
1) Both are opposite each other.                 2) Both are males.                 3) W is a female but X is a male.
4) Both are females.                 5) None of these.

Q8. Which of the following groups includes only females?
1) YAW                  2) ACB                   3) XYZ                   4) ACY                5) None of these

Q9. Who among the following is sitting between B and W?
1) A                  2) C and D                  3) C                  4) A and D                  5) None of these.

Q10. Who among the following sits third to the right of Z?
1) A                 2) C                   3) W                  4) D                   5) None of these.

Answers

1. 1               2. 4               3. 5               4. 2               5. 4               6. 3               7. 2               8. 4               9. 1               10.2

 

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 (Q 9- 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.) 

Q9. The celebrities that organised 1) / the marathon were aiming 2) / to create an awareness 3) / about the treatment of diabetes. 4) / No error 5)

Q10. Unless the new resolution is l)/ completely reviewed it 2) / will cause a great deal of 3) / trouble for new employees. 4)/ No error 5)

Q11. There will be several 1) / new visa application centres opened 2) / in metros across the country 3)/ to easy the pressure on embassies. 4)/ No error 5)

Q12. Villagers want to build 1) / a bridge crossed the river 2)/ to connect their village 3)/ to the highway. 4) / No error 5)

Q13. He has invited one 1) / of his biggest business rivals 2) / to his office 3) / to discuss the merger. 4) / No error 5)

Q14. To avoid any interruption l)/ during the presentation 2) / he checked all the system 3) / the previous day. 4) / No error 5)

Q15. It is the government l)/ responsibility to provide 2) / athletes with the necessary facilities 3) / for their training. 4) / No error 5)

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1.Algorithm is used ——-
a) To bring itself into desired state by its own action                b) To perform logarithmic operations
c) To describe a set of procedure by given result is obtained                d) As a high level language
e) None of these

Q2.Represents raw facts, where- as……………..is a meaningful data.
a) Information, reporting                b) Data, information                c) Information, bits                d) Records, bytes                e) Bits, bytes

Q3.A set of rules for creating markup languages that enables programming to capture specific types of data bycreating their own elements is called______
a) XML                b) HTML                c) Ada                d) XHTML                e) None of these

Q4. Which broadband service is the most available?
a) C-able                b) POTS                c) Satellite                d) DSL                e) None of these

Q5. Which type of transmission media is known as regular telephone wire?
a) Wi-Fi                b) Twisted-pair wire                c) Fiber optic cable                d) Coaxial cable                e) None of these

Q6. All of the following are examples of storage devices EXCEPT _______
a) hard disk drives                b) printers                c) floppy disk drives                d) CD drives                e) Pen drives

Q7. Perforated paper used as input or output media is known as_____
a) Paper tape                b) Magnetic tape                c) Punched paper tape                d) Card punch                e) None of these

Q8. Programs developed by an outside supplier and provided to the user in a machine readable form is known as…….
a) Canned programs                b) Beta program                c) Alpha program                d) All of the above                e) None of these

Q9. The server on the internet is also known as ___________.
a) Repeater                 b) Host                   c) Gateway                d) AND Gate                   e) None of these

Q10. The commonly used UNIX commands like date, ls, cat etc. are stored in_________
a) dev directory                b) bin directory                c) tmp directory                d) unix directory                e) None of these

Answers

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

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