QUIZ 119

QUIZ 119

Quant Quiz

Q1. A, B, C enter into a partnership with shares in the ratio (7/2) : (4/3) : (6/5). After 4 months, A increase his share by 50%. If the total profit at the end of one year be Rs. 21600, then B’s share in the profit is
(a) Rs. 2100                 (b) Rs. 2400                 (c) Rs. 3600                 (d) Rs. 4000                 (e) None of these

Q2. A, B and C invested capitals in the ratio 3 : 5 : 9; the timing of their investments being in the ratio 2 : 3 : 1. In what ratio would their profits be distributed?
(a) 2 : 5 : 3                 (b) 3 : 2 : 5                 (c) 7 : 5 : 3                 (d) 9 : 7 : 11                 (e) None of these

Q3. What  value of ‘k’ , must be added to 7, 16, 43, 79  so that they will be in proportion
(a) 7                 (b) 5                 (c) 9                 (d) 11                  (e) None of these

Q4. The incomes of A and B are in the ratio 3 : 2 and their expenditures in the ratio 5 : 3. if each saves Rs. 1000, A’s income is
(a) Rs. 5000                 (b) Rs. 6000                 (c) Rs. 8000                 (d) Rs. 7000                  (e) None of these

Q5. The difference between a discount of 35% and two successive discounts of 20% and 20% on a certain bill was Rs. 22. Find the amount of the bill.
(a) Rs. 3200                 (b) Rs. 2200                 (c) Rs. 1800                 (d) Rs. 2800                 (e) None of these

Q6. If the given two numbers are respectively 7% and 28% of a third number, then what percentage is the first of the second?
(a) 20%                 (b) 25%                 (c) 18%                 (d) 14%                 (e) None of these

Q7. To find out the total compound interest accrued on a sum of money after 5 years, which of the following information’s given in the statements P and Q will be sufficient?
P : The sum was  Rs. 20000.
Q : The total amount of simple interest on the sum after 5 years was Rs. 4000.
(a) Only P is sufficient            (b) Only Q is sufficient             (c) Either P or Q is sufficient             (d) Both P & Q are needed                 (e) Both P and Q are not sufficient.

Q8. A sum of Rs. 10 is lent to be returned in 11 monthly installments of Rs. 1 each, interest being simple. The rate of interest is :
(a) 9 1/11 %                 (b) 10%                 (c) 11%                 (d) 21 9/11%                 (e) 8 ¾%

Q9. A can do a piece of work in 10 days, while B alone can do it in 15 days. They work together for 5 days and the rest of the work is done by C in 2 days. If they get Rs. 450 for the whole work, how should they divide the money?
(a) Rs. 250, Rs. 100, Rs. 100                    (b) Rs. 220, Rs. 150, Rs. 75                    (c) Rs. 200, Rs. 150, Rs. 100
(d) Rs. 175, Rs. 175, Rs. 100                 (e) None of these

Q10. A can do a piece of work in 30 days, B in 50 days and C in 40 days. If A is assisted by B on one day and by C on the next day alternately then work will be completed in –
(a)    17 32/35 days              (b)   12 2/3 days                 (c)    16 31/37 days                 (d)   18 1/3 days                 (e)    None of these

Answer & Explanation

1. Given Ratio = 7/2 : 4/3 : 6/5 = 105 : 40 : 36

Let Initial investment in Rs. 105, Rs. 40 & Rs. 36

Ratio of investments

= [105 * 4 + (150% of 105) *8]: (40 * 12) : 36 * 12

= 1680 : 480 : 432 = 35 : 10 : 9

B’s share = 21600 * 10/54 = Rs. 4000.


2. Let the capital s of A, B,& C are 3x,5x and 9x

& Ratio of timing of their investment = 2 : 3 : 1

Let they invest their capital for 2y , 3y and y months respectively

Then their profit ratios are –

3x * 2y : 5x * 3y : 9x * y

= 6 : 15 : 9 = 2 : 5 :  3


3. From question-

7 + K : 16 + K :: 43 + K : 79 + K

(7 + K)/(16 + K) = (43 + K)/(79 + K) : K = 5


4. Let Income be 3x & 2x

& Expenditures be 5y and 3y

Then : 3x – 5y = 1000; 2x- 3y = 1000

X= 2000 & y = 1000

So, A’s Income = 3x = Rs. 6000


5. Equivalent discount in Two successive discount is

= [20 + 20 – (20 * 20)/100] = 36%

Difference = 36% – 35% = 22 Rs. : Amount of bill = 2200


6. Let the third no.be 100

First no. = 7 & Second no. = 28

Hence, Required Percentage = (7/28) * 100 = 25%


7. (d)

8. (d)

9. (b)

10. (a)


Reasoning Quiz

Direction (1–5) : Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Eight friends A, B, C, D, P, Q, R and S are sitting in two circles in such a manner that each member of the inner circle sits exactly opposite the member of the outer circle. The members sitting in the outer circle are P, Q, R and S and all of them are facing towards the centre while the members of the inner circle are A, B, C and D and they are facing away from the centre. Each of them likes a different colour, viz Red, Yellow, nBlue, Green, White, Black, orange and Purple, but not necessarily in the same order.
D likes neither Yellow nor White and faces R, who likes neither Black nor Purple. The person who likes Orange faces the person who likes Red. A, who likes Green, faces the immediate neighbour of the person who likes Blue. R sits second to the left of S.The persons who like White and Red are in separate circles. The person who likes Black sits on the immediate left of S. Q, who does not like Blue, does not face A.The persons who like Black and Purple are immediate neighbours, and one of them faces B, who likes Yellow. The persons who like Orange and Green sit in the same circle but they are not immediate neighbours.

Q1 . Who among the following likes White ?
(1) R                  (2) P                  (3) C                 (4) B                  (5) Can’t be determined.

Q2 . The person who likes Black is facing who among the following persons ?
(1) A                  (2) B                  (3) C                 (4) D                  (5) Can’t be determined.

Q3 . P likes which of the following colours ?
(1) Red                  (2) White                  (3) Black                 (4) Blue                  (5) Either Blue or Purple.

Q4 .If in a certain way ‘P’ is related to ‘Green’ and ‘Q’ is related to ‘Orange’ then which of the following is ‘S’ related to ?
(1) Red                  (2) Black                  (3) Purple                 (4) Yellow                  (5) None of these.

Q5 . Which of the following statements is true about the person who likes ‘Purple’ ?
(1) He is on the immediate left of the person who likes Green.                 (2) He faces the person who likes Green.
(3) He is not facing the person who likes Green.                 (4) The person sitting opposite him likes Yellow.                 (5) None of these

Direction (6–10) : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II . 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 decided which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer.
(1) if only conclusion I follows.
(2) if only conclusion II follows.
(3) if either conclusion I or II follows.
(4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
(5) if both conclusions I and II follow.

Q6. Statements : All animals are cats.               Some cats are lions.               No tiger is a cat.
Conclusions : I. No animal is a tiger.                 II. Some tigers are animals.

Q7. Statements : Some places are cities.               Some villages are places.                  Some places are cool.
Conclusions : I. Some villages being cool is a possibility.               II. Some villages are cities.
For (8-9) Statements : All coals are diamonds.               All diamonds are graphite.                   No graphite is carbon.

Q8. Conclusions : I. No coal is carbon.                II. No diamond is carbon.

Q9. Conclusions : I. All graphites are diamonds.                  II. All coals are graphite.

Q10. Statements :  Some fruits are plants.                No plant is a tree.                     No flower is a fruit.
Conclusions : I. All fruits can never be trees.                 II. Some flowers are plants.

Direction (11–15) : Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Seven actors H, I, J, K, L, M and N act in different types of drama, viz Action, Thriller, Romantic, Suspense, comedy, Horror and Inspirational, but not necessarily in the same order.
All the seven actors are engaged on three different days of the week, viz Monday, Tuesday and Friday.H is engaged on Monday only with L and his drama is thriller. K is acting in Horror drama and does not act on Friday. The one who is acting in Comedy acts on Tuesday. I and J do not act on the same day. Those who act on Monday do not perform Romantic drama.  M acts in Suspense drama but does not act on Tuesday. N acts on the same day as M. J acts in Action drama.

Q11. Who acts in Comdey ?
(1) L                  (2) M                  (3) N                 (4) I                 (5) None of these

Q12. Which of the following combinations of actor-day-drama is definitely correct ?
(1) M–Friday–Romantic                    (2) N–Friday–Romantic                   (3) K–Tuesday–Action
(4) L–Tuesday–Inspirational                 (5) None of these

Q13. Which of the following groups of actors performs on Friday ?
(1) JM                 (2) LMN                  (3) JMN                 (4) MN                 (5) None of these

Q14. I and K act on which of the following days of the week ?
(1) Tuesday                  (2) Friday                 (3) Monday                  (4) Monday or Friday                 (5) None of these

Q15. L acts in which type of drama ?
(1) Suspense                  (2) Romantic                  (3) Action                 (4) Can’t be determined                 (5) None of these.


1. 3           2. 2             3. 4            4. 4          5. 2           6. 1           7. 1             8. 5             9. 2             10. 1                  11. 4

12. 2          13. 3           14. 1           15. 5


English Quiz

Directions (1-5) :Choose the word which is most similar in meaning to the word printed in bold.
Q1. Ubiquitous
(1) Quintessential                 (2) Popular                 (3) Omnipresent                 (4) Simplified                 (5) Abnormal

Q2. Multitude
(1) Impoverished                 (2) Handful                 (3) Acknowledged                 (4) Plenty                 (5) Solitude

Q3. Outweigh
(1) Control                 (2) Venture                 (3) Perish                 (4) Determine                 (5) Surpass

Q4. Heralded
(1) Suspected                 (2) Publicised                 (3) Dragged                 (4) Objective                 (5) Benefit

Q5. Abate
(1) Rise                 (2) Gear                 (3) Hurl                 (4) Lessen                 (5) Retreat

Directions (1-5) :Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word printed in bold.

Q6. Delayed
(1) Perturbed                 (2) Popularised                 (3) Expedited                 (4) Stabilised                 (5) Repressed

Q7. Dormant
(1) Emaciated                    (2) Pertinent                    (3) Cornered                    (4) Rejected                 (5) Active

Q8. Subversion
(1) Compliance                      (2) Sanity                  (3) Popularity                 (4) Destabilisation                  (5) Clarity

Q9. Embrace
(1) Contradict                    (2) Disobey                   (3) Curtail                    (4) Reject                  (5) Obscure

Q10. Myriad
(1) Trivial                      (2) Difficult                 (3) Few                       (4) Effortless                (5) Countless

Direction (11-15). Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) The group desired to enhance the learning experience in schools with an interactive digital medium that could be used within and outside the class-room.
(B) Then the teacher can act on the downloaded data rather than collect it from each and every student and thereby save his time and effort.
(C) Edutor, decided the group engineers, all alumni of the Indian Institute of technology, when they founded Edutor Technologies in August 2009.
(D) They can even take tests and submit them digitally using the same tablets and the teachers in turn can download the tests using the company’s cloud services.
(E) With this desire they created a solution that digitizes school textbooks and other learning material so that students no longer need to carry as many books to school and back as before, but can access their study material on their touch-screen tablets.
(F) A mechanic works on motors and an accountant has his computer. Likewise, if a student has to work on a machine or device, what should it be called ?

Q11. Which of the following sentences should be the SIXTH (LAST) after rearrangement?
(1) A               (2) F               (3) E               (4) B               (5) D

Q12. Which of the following sentences should be the FOURTH after rearrangement?
(1) A               (2) F               (3) E               (4) B               (5) C

Q13. Which of the following sentences should be the FIFTH after rearrangement? 
(1) A               (2) D               (3) C               (4) E               (5) C

Q14. Which of the following sentences should be the FIRST after rearrangement?
(1) F               (2) D               (3) A               (4) C               (5) E

Q15. Which of the following sentences should be the THIRD after rearrangement?
(1) A               (2) B               (3) D               (4) E               (5) F


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


Computer Quiz

Q1.Superscript, subscript, outline, emboss, engrave are known as ______
a)font styles               b)font effects               c)word art               d)text effects               e)None of these

Q2.Documents converted to ………. can be published to the Web.
a).doc file               b)http               c)machine language               d)HTML               e)none of these

Q3.What is the difference between a CD-ROM and a CD-RW?
a)They are the same; just two different terms used by different manufacturers
b)A D-ROM can be written to and a CD-RW cannot               c)A CD-RW can be written to, but a CD-ROM can only be read from               d)A CD-ROM holds more information than a CD-RW               e)None of these

Q4.In Word you can force a page break–
a)By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing the F1 key
b)By positioning your cursor at the appropriate place and pressing Ctrl +Enter
c)By using the Insert/Section Break
d)By changing the font size of your document
e)None of these

Q5.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

Q6.Which of the following printers generates character from a grid?
a)Inkjet               b)Laser               c)Daisy wheel               d)Dot matrix               e)None of these

Q7.In MS-Word ‘alt + shift + d’ does what?
a)Automatically inserts the date               b)Inserts the time               c)Inserts the day               d)All of the above
e)None of these

Q8.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

Q9.To see the document before the printout is taken, use…….
a)Insert Table               b)Paste               c)Format Painter               d)Cut               e)Print Preview

Q10.Digital video consists of a series of_____
a)Media clips               b)Captures               c)Frames               d)Pictures               e)none of these


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

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