# QUIZ 121

### Quant Quiz

In a sports event there are three categories of race (100 m, 200 m, 400 m). Total 200 athletes participated in that event. The number of athletes who participated only in 100m race is 30% of total number of athletes, and among them 1/3rd are females. Number of athletes who participated in 200m race only is 15% of total number of athletes and among them 40% are females. Number of athletes who participated only in 400m race is 1/4 of total number of athletes and among them half are females. Number of athletes who participated in 100m and 200m race but not in 400m race is 1/10 of total number of athletes and among them 1/4 are females. Number of athletes who participated in 100m and 400 m race but not in 200 m is 7.5% of total number of athletes and among them 8/15 are females. Number of athletes who participated in all three categories is 1/20 of total number of athletes and among them 1/5 are females. Number of female atheletes who participate 200m and 400 m race but not in 100m race is 8/15.

Q1. What is the number of female athletes who participated in exactly two categories of race?
1) 20                 2) 21                 3) 23                4) 24                5) 25

Q2. What is the difference between the total number of male athletes and the number of female athletes who participated in exactly one category?
1) 61                2) 63                3) 65               4) 67               5) 69

Q3. What is the ratio of the total number of athletes who participated in 200m and 400m race but not in 100m race to the male athletes among them?
1) 15 : 11                2) 15 : 8                3) 15 : 7                4) 15 : 13                5) 8 : 7

Q4. What is the number of male athletes who participated in at most two categories of race?
1) 104                2) 106                3) 108                4) 110                5) 112

Q5. The number of male athletes who participated in all three categories of race is what percentage of total number of female athletes?
1) 10%                2) 20%                3) 30%                4) 40%                5) None of these

Directions: What approximate value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

Q6. (72)^2 × 2.85
1) 12825                2) 13625                3) 14775                4) 15625                5) 16875

Q7. (475% of 884) ÷ 35 = ?
1) 116                2) 120                3) 124                4) 127                5) 132

Q8. (0.000428 ÷ 0.00040) × 55.05 = ?
1) 53                2) 56                3) 59                4) 63                5) 73

Q9. 1/(4)^2 * 175.956 + 1/(2)^3 * 351.59 – 4.989 = ?
1) 45                2) 50                3) 55                4) 60                5) 65

Q10. cube root(10650) = ?
1) 22                2) 26                3) 18                4) 28                5) 24

1. 2
Females = 5 + 8 + 8 = 21

2. 2;
Total males = 120, Females (one cate) = 20 + 12 + 25 = 57
Diff = 120 – 57 = 63

3. 3;
M + F = 15, F = 8
M = 7,
Ratio = 15 : 7

4. 5;
Total males = 40 + 18 + 25 + 15 + 7 + 7 = 112

5. 1;
Female(total) = 80,
Male (alt-3 cate) = 10 – 2 = 8
% = 8/80 * 100 = 10%

6. 3

7. 2

8. 3

9. 2

10. 1

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5): Read the following information and answer the questions that follow.
There are six mothers – A, B, C, D, E and F. All are making plan to have fun with their children – P, Q, R, S, T and U, but not necessarily in the same order. But all of them have some urgent piece of work in clinic, shop, parlour, garden and two of them have to visit shopping mall. All mothers & their children like different ice-creams viz Vanila, Chocobar, Kashta, Black Current in pair. But Vanila and Chocobar are preferred by two pairs.
Further information is as follows
I. A and D visit shopping mall but do not like either Vanila or Black Current ice-cream.
II. E can’t go out either with P or with Q and she doesn’t go to a parlour either to eat Kashta or Chocobar.
III. S and R want to go to clinic and parlour respectively.
IV. C goes out with U to shop but doesn’t like either Chocobar or Black Current ice-cream.
V. B goes to clinic and likes Vanila. The one who goed to Parlour likes Chocobar.
VI. D can’t go out with T. Both of them do not like Kashta.

Q1. Who among the following visits clinic?
1) E               2) B               3) F               4) can’t be dtermined               5) None of these

Q2. Which flavour does R like?
1) Chocobar               2) Kashta               3) Vanila               4) Black Current               5) None of these

Q3. Who goes to garden?
1) R               2) T               3) P               4) S               5) can’t be determined

Q4. If A goes out with P, who among the following likes Kasta ice-cream?
1) T               2) S               3) R               4) U               5) Can’t be determined

Q5. Which flavour does C like?
1) Kasta               2) Black Current               3) Chocobar               4) Can’t be determined               5) None of these

Directions (Q.6-10) : In each of the questions 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 conclusions and then decide 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 follows
Statements: Some poor are rich.                All rich are doctors.                 Some intelligents are doctors.

Q6. Conclusions: I. At least some poor are intelligents.                 II. All intelligents being rich is a possibility.

Q7. Conclusions: I. All intelligents being doctors is a possibility.                 II. Some poor are doctors.
Statements: All fans are bulbs.                 All wires are holders.                 Some wires are bulbs.

Q8. Conclusions: I. At least some fans are wires.                 II. All holders being fans is a possibility.

Q9. Conclusions: I. All fans being holdrs is a possibility.                 II. Some holders are bulbs.

Q10. Statements: No savings accounts is a current accounts.                 Some fixed deposits are savings accounts.
Some current accounts are recurring deposits.
Conclusions:
I. All savings accounts being current accounts is a posibility.              II. All fixed deposits being current accounts is a possibility.

1.  2              2.  1              3.  2             4.  5            5.  5             6.  2           7.  5             8.  2             9.  5            10.4

### English Quiz

Direction (Q. 1–5) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical mistake/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)

Q1. To cope with the spectre of drought 1)/ we should devise 2)/ both short-term 3)/ and long–term policy. 4 )/ No error 5)

Q2. Wealth may give us joy 1)/ for a while 2)/ and fame may provide us 3)/ with fleet excitement. 4 ) /No error 5)

Q3. After a while 1)/ keeping the ever 2)/ larger organisation under control 3)/ becomes the primary challenge. 4 )/ No error 5)

Q4. Inwardly focused employees 1)/ can have difficulty 2)/ seeing very forces3) /present threats and opportunities. 4 )/ No error 5)

Q5. Practically all the states 1)/ of India 2)/ have its 3)/ tribal population. 4 )/ No error 5)
Directions (Q. 6–10) :Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each pair of blanks that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q6. In a ____ to make a complete _____ of the school education in Delhi, the AAP government is working towards setting up a state education board.
1) bid, overhaul                  2) view, look                  3) edge, overlook                  4) lieu, sense                  5) clink, planning

Q7. We will _____ that not more than 60 students are ______ in one classroom.
1) sure, adjusted                  2) like, believe                  3) do, sit                  4) confirm, coming                 5) ensure, accommodated

Q8. An order was ____ by the court to make a law to ____ this in 2015.
1) passed, replacing                  2) come, exchange                  3) enforced, act                 4) issued, regulate                  5) insisted, improve

Q9. The bill was ____ by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and _____ to the government a few months ago.
1) drafted, submitted              2) prepared, deposited              3) brought, pass                         4) written, shown                  5) passed , list

Q10. We are working ____ with India to find ways to promote the ____ to a low carbon, clean energy future.
1) earlier, product                  2) along, transaction                  3) hardly, transfer                 4) closely, transition                  5) always, repair

1. 4; Replace ‘policy’ with ‘policies’

2. 4; Replace ‘fleet’ with ‘fleeting’

3. 5; No error

4. 3; Add ‘the’ before ‘very’

5. 3; Replace ‘its’ with ‘their’

6. 1

7. 5

8. 4

9. 1

10. 4

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Computer programs are written in a high-level programming language; however, the human readable version of a program is called—
a)cache                 b)instruction set                 c)source code                 d)word size                 e)None of these

Q2. What happens if you press Ctrl + Shift + F8?
a)It activates extended selection              b)It activates the rectangular selection
c)It selects the paragraph on which the insertion line is.                 d)None of above                 e)All the above

Q3. What is the short cut key to open the Open dialog box in ms word?
a)F12                 b)Shift F12                 c)Alt + F12                 d)Ctrl + F12                 e)None of these

Q4. Auto Calculate will quickly add selected cells if you…..
a)right click on the status bar and select Sum                 b)click the Auto Calculate button on the toolbar                 c)use the key combination Ctrl+\$                 d)Double click the selection                 e)None of the above

a)Alt + K                 b)Ctrl + H                 c)Ctrl + K                 d)Ctrl + Shift + K                 e)None of the above

Q6. Which of the following is NOT one of the four major data processing functions of a computer?
a)gathering data                 b)processing data into information                 c)analyzing the data or information                 d)storing the data or information                 e)None of these

Q7. A letter, memo, proposal or other file that is created using Microsoft Word is called as?
a)Master                 b)Slide                 c)Document                 d)Worksheet                 e)None of these

Q8. FPI stands for____
a)Faults per inch                 b)Frames per inch                 c)Figure per inch                 d)Film per inch                 e)None of these

Q9. The technique where digital signals are converted to its analog form for transmission over an analog facility is called–
a)Modulation                 b)Digitization                 c)Multiprocessing                 d)All of the above                 e)None of these

Q10. Pop-ups are a form of ________on the World Wide Web?
a)Instant Messaging                 b)Search Engines                 c)Browsers                 d)Mark-up Languages                 e)Online Advertising