# QUIZ 125

### Quant Quiz

Q1. Find remainder of (7^99)/6
1) 2                2) 1                3) 4               4) 3               5) None of these

Q2. What is the greatest number of 4 digits that when divided by any of the numbers 6, 9, 12, 17 leaves a remainder of 2?
1) 9792                2) 9982                3) 9794                4) 9906                5) None of these

Q3. In a fraction, numerator is increased by 20% and the denominator is diminished by 30%. The new fraction obtained is 2/3. The original fraction is:
1) 7/18               2) 5/9               3) 6/11               4) 3/5               5) None of these

Q4. Find a single discount equivalent to a discount series of 25%, 20%, 10%-
1) 23%                2) 46%                3) 48%                4) 55%                5) 50%

Q5. By selling pen for ` 81, a shopkeeper gain 35%. At what price should he sell the pen to gain 20% on the cost price?
1) Rs. 72                2) Rs. 66                3) Rs. 92                4) Rs. 76                5) None of these

1. 2

2. 3

LCM of 6, 9, 12, 17 = 612

Greatest Number of 4 digit divisible by 612 is 9792, to get remainder 2 number should be = 9792 + 2 = 9794

3. 1

4. 2

5. 1

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions : In each question below a statement (or a passage) is followed by two assumptions numbered I and II. An assumption is something supposed or taken in for granted. You have to consider the statement and the following assumptions and then decide which of the assumptions is implicit in the statement. Give answer:
(a) if only assumption I is implicit.
(b) if only assumption II is implicit.
(c) if either assumption I or assumption II is implicit.
(d) if neither of the assumptions is implicit.
(e) if both the assumptions are implicit.

Q1. Statement : A sentence in the letter to candidates called for written examination – ‘You have to bear your expenses on travel etc.
Assumptions :
1. If not clarified all the candidates may claim reimbursement of expenses.
2. Many organisations reimburse expenses on travel to candidates called for written examination.

Q2. Statement : It is through participative management policy alone that indiscipline in our industries can be contained and quality of life ensured to the workers.
Assumptions :
1. Quality of life in our industry is better.
2. Indiscipline results in poor quality of life.

Q3. Statement :Many people have expressed surprise as the princes has broken the royal tradition of marriage by choosing a commoner as her life partner.
Assumptions :
1. People expect royal families to observe customs and traditions.
2. People still value purity of royal blood and status when it comes to a marriage of members of royal family.

Q4. Statement : The chairman and secretary of the housing society have requested society members to use water economically to help society to save on water-tax.
Assumptions :
1. Majority of members of the society are likely to follow the request.
2. It is desirable to reduce expenditure whenever possible.

Q5. Statement : The economic prosperity of any nation is dependent on the quality of its human resources.
Assumption :
1. It is possible to measure the quality of human resources of a nation.
2. Achieving economic prosperity is a cherished goal of every nation.

Q6. Statement : The campaign of keep your city clean started by the civic council did not evoke any response from the citizen.
Assumptions :
1. People do not desire to keep their city clean.
2. The civic council has failed in its campign.

Q7. Statement : The private bus services in the city has virtually collapsed because of the on going strike of its employees.
Assumptions :
1. Going on strike has become the right of every employee.
2. People no more require the services of private bus operators.

Q8. Statement : The new scheme gives people the opportunity to voluntarily declare their disclosed property and legitimize it by paying the lowest ever
rate of tax.
Assumptions :
1. The new scheme is much better than the earlier scheme.
2. People may desire to pay less tax and own things legimately.

Q9. Statement : An advertisement of a bank “Want to open a bank account ! Just dial our ‘room service’ and we will come at your door steps.”
Assumptions :
1. There is a section of people who require such service at their home.
2. Nowadays banking has become very competitive.

Q10. Statement :Do not copy our software without our permission – A notice
Assumptions :
1. It is possible to copy the software.
2. Such warning will have some effect.

1.(e) It is clearly mentioned in the call letter itself in order to avoid a situation in which the candidates demand for their travelling expenses. So assumption I is implicit. Special mentioning of the fact means that some companies do reimburse the travel expenses.

2.(d)
Clearly assumption I is not implicit. Indiscipline in industry and poor quality of life for worker are the two problems pointed at in the statement. But it-is not mentioned that one is the cause of other. So assumption II is also not implicit.

3. (e)
As the people surprise the fact that the princes has married a commoner , i.e, a person not of her status and ‘not’ of royal blood’ suggest that assumptions I and II are implicit.

4. (e)
When a notice is issued it is expected that the people for which it is issued will pay attention to it. Also the theme of the statement is desirable. Here the theme is reduction of tax, which can be constructed as reduction in expenditure. Hence, the required answer is 5.

5. (a)
Since the statement itself says that economic prosperity is measured by the quality of its human resources, we can say that assumption I is implicit. However, assumption II leaves much to be desired for.

6. (b)
The people were not enthused by the campaign does not imply that people do not want to keep their city clean. Thus assumption I is not implicit. Also the main notice. Of the campaign was to involve as many citizens as possible to keep the city clean but it failed to achieve its stipulated target. Thus assumption II is implicit.

7.(d)
Assumption I is not at all related to the statement just because private bus operators have gone on strike does not mean that every employee has a right to go for strike (even though it may be true legally, but it is not relevant in this statement). Assumption II is totally irrelevant, hence both the assumptions are not implicit.

8.(b)
Since nothing has been said about the earlier scheme or law so we cannot say about the efficiency of the new scheme. Thus assumption I is not implicit. The highlight of the scheme is that people may retain their property by paying lowest ever rate of tax. Thus it can be safely assumed that people desire to pay less tax and own things legally. Thus assumption II is implicit. Hence the required answer is (2).

9.(a)
The advertisement is published with a view to attract customers. Unless and until there exists a section of people who require such kind of services, the bank would not have published the advertisement. The assumption I is implicit. But from the statement we can not assume that banking has became competitive (though we can definitely draw the above said as inference). Hence, the required answer (1).

10.(e)
Both the assumptions are implicit. If it was not possible to copy the software, such statement would not have made. The warning is given because it may have some effect. Thus assumptions I and II are implicit.

### English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1–5): Read the passage carefully and answer the questions given below it. Certain words/ phrases have been given in bold to help you locate them while answering some of the questions.
Sting operations are a decade-and-a-half old in India. In 2000, sting pioneer Tehelka did one on cricketers to throw light on how matches were fixed. In 2001, their ‘Operation West End’ was on middlemen in defence deals and bribes taken by political leaders. And in 2007, ‘Operation Duryodhan’ caught 11 MPs taking bribes to put dictated questions in Parliament. Many more followed. It is said that the expression ‘sting operation’ seemed to have emerged from the name of a popular 1973 American movie ‘The Sting’, which was based on a complicated plot hatched by two persons to trick a third person into committing a crime. A sting operation raises certain moral and ethical questions. The victim, who is otherwise innocent, is lured into committing a crime on the assurance of absolute secrecy and confidentiality of the circumstances, raising the potential question as to how such a victim can be held responsible for the crime which he would not have committed but for the enticement.
Though sting operations have been around, it was Aam Aadmi Party and its chief Arvind Kejriwal who sharpened it as a weapon in the mobile phone-wielding hands of the public to catch the corrupt. AAP and Kejriwal relentlessly exhorted people to sting officials who demanded illegal gratification. The stings streamed in, catching both the big and the small. The latest one doing the rounds is the one on Kejriwal himself. A private conversation secretly recorded has become the hot topic of public debate.

Q1. According to the author, what is the main cause of sting operations?
1. Sting operations are for the betterment of society and public good.
2. Sting operations are about organised people in law enforcement.
3. Because all such operations are paid.
4. It is a source of employment.
5. Other than given options.

Q2. Which of the following is TRUE in the context of the passage?
1. Despite pronouncements, conflict between sting operations and privacy will continue to remain a contentious point in future.
2. Sanctity attached to personal privacy of a person was expanded by the SC in two subsequent judgements.
3. Indeed, nothing is more deleterious to a man’s physical happiness.
4. All of the above
5. Other than given options

Q3. Which of the following is an advantage of sting operation?
1) It can check the crimes up to great extent.
2) It is an effective tool to reduce corruption.
3) Media can easily violate a person’s right to privacy.
4) Both 1 and 2
5) Other than given options

Q4. Choose the word which is most similar in meaning to the word ‘Pioneer’ as used in the passage?
1. Speculator                  2. Trailblazer                  3. Settler                4. Follower               5. Immigrant

Q5. Choose the word which is most opposite in meaning to the word ‘Hatched’ as used in the passage?
1. Conspired                 2. Produced                  3. Devised                4. Managed               5. Unplanned

Directions (Q. 6–10) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic 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)

Q6. Yet for historical reasons, 1)/ many organisation today 2)/ don’t have 3)/ much leadership. 4)/ No error 5)

Q7. There is a sense of 1)/ joy in doing 2)/ one’s work 3)/ honestly and efficiently. 4) /No error 5)

Q8. Any attempt to abolish 1)/ child labour 2)/ through legal recourse would, 3)/ in the circumstances, not be practical. 4)/ No error 5)

Q9. Kashmir had been 1)/ the bone of 2)/ contention from 3) /a very long time. 4)/ No error 5)

Q10. A moment’s reflection 1)/ would show that 2)/ there can be 3)/ another reason. 4)/ No error 5)

1. 1

2. 5

3. 4

4. 2

5. 5

6. 2; Replace ‘organization’ with ‘organizations’

7. 5; No error

8. 4; Replace ‘in’ with ‘under’

9. 3; Replace ‘from’ with ‘for’

10. 3; Replace ‘can’ with ‘could’

### Computer Quiz

Q1. In computer terminology, information means
a) Raw data              b) Data in more useful                 c) Alphanumeric data                d) Program               e) None of these

Q2. Which device cannot be shared in network?
a) Floppy              b) Keyword                c) Computer                d) Printer                e) None of these

a) Calculations can be done automatically.              b) changing data automatically updates calculations
c) more flexibility                 d) all of the above                  e) None of the above

Q4. To edit the selected cell in ms excel-
a) Press F1             b) Press F2               c) Press F4               d) Press F5               e) None of these

Q5. Which of the following is graphics solution for Word Processors?
a) Clipart            b) WordArt                c) Drop Cap               d) All of above               e) None of the Above

Q6. Which of the following would NOT be performed with application software?
a) Financial report sent to investors                b) Hard disk cleanup                  c) Charts for a sales meeting presentation
d) Customer list used for mailing invoices               e) None of these

Q7. Which of the following computer types is most powerful?
a) Professional workstation             b) Internet appliance               c) Desktop computer               d) Network computer
e) None of these

Q8. What is the flow of data between countries commonly called?
a) International information system            b) EDI              c) Outsourcing               d) Trans border data flow
e) None of these

Q9. The free, open-source operating system that is becoming popular is:
a) Mac OS X                b) Microsoft Windows XP               c) UNIX               d) Linux               e) None of these

Q10. Which of the following may be necessary for you to do after you install new application software?
a) Turn the computer power switch off and then back on                 b) Do a cold boot                c) Press Shift + Alt + Del
d) Do a warm boot                  e) None of these