QUIZ 127

QUIZ 127

Quant Quiz

Q1. 12 Men can complete a piece of work in 36 days. 18 women can complete the same piece of work in 60 days. 8 men and 20 women work together for 20 days. If only women were to complete the remaining piece of work in 4 days. How many women would be required?
a.70                 b.28                 c.66                 d.40                 e.None of these

Q2. 9 children can complete a piece of work in 360 days. 18 men can complete the same piece of work in 72 days and 12 women can complete the piece of work in 162 days. In how many days can 4 men, 12 women and 10 children together complete the piece of work?
a.124                 b.81                 c.68                 d.96                 e.None of these

Q3. Fifty six men can complete a piece of work in 24 days. In how many days can 42 men complete the same piece of work?
a.18                 b.32                 c.98                 d.48                 e.None of these

Q4. 42 women can do a piece of work in 18 days. How many women would be required to do the same work in 21 days?
a.36                 b.24                 c.30                 d.44                 e.None of these

Q5. 30 men can do a piece of work in 16 days. How many men would be required to do the same work in 20 days?
a.12                 b.36                 c.48                 d.24                 e.None of these

Q6. 8 men can complete a piece of work in 4 days. 12 women can complete the same piece of work in 4 days whereas 8 children can complete the same piece of work in 8 days. 2 men, 8 children and 3 women work together for 2 days. If only women were to finish the remaining work in 2 days. How many total women would be required? 
a.12                 b.18                 c.24                 d.20                 e.None of these

Q7. 18 children can do a piece of work in 12 days. How many children would be required to do the same work in 8 days?
a.12                 b.18                 c.24                 d.27                 e.None of these

Q8. 8 men and 4 women together can complete a piece of work in 6 days. Work done by a man in one day is double the work done by a woman in one day. If 8 men and 4 women started working and after 2 days, 4 men left and 4 new women joined, in how many more days will the work be completed?
a.5 days                 b.8 days                 c.6 days                 d.4 days                 e.9 days

Q9. B and C together can complete a work in 8 days, A and B together can complete the same work in 12 days and A and C together can complete the same work in 16 days. In how many days can A, B and C together complete the same work?
a.48/13                 b.96/13                 c.89/12                 d.41/12                 e.None of these

Q10. 10 men can complete a piece of work in 8 days. 20 women can complete the same piece of work in 6 days. In how many days 16 men 18 women together can complete the same piece of work?
a.19/7                 b.27/7                 c.24/7                 d.17/7                 e.None of these


1.1             2.2            3. 2            4.1             5.4             6.1              7. 4             8.1             9.2             10.5


Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below :
In a family of eight persons F, G, H, I, J, K, L and M – there are four males and four females. There are three married couples and two unmarried person. Each of them watching a different channel viz. colors (HD), colors, star cricket, star plus, zee tv, discovery national geographic channel and star cricket (HD). No couple watch both the version of the same tv. In the family of two generations, each female member except M has two sisters one brother. L is the father–in–law of H and the one, who watch colors. G, who watch star cricket (HD), is the son–in–law of M. J, who watch star plus is unmarried sister of K, who does not watch discovery. No male watch star cricket or zee tv. F does not watch zee tv. M has no daughter–in–law. K is G’s brother–in–law. I is the sister–in–law of H but she does not watch national geographic, discovery and zee tv.

Q1. Who among the following watch star cricket ?
1) F                  2) H                  3) I                  4) Can’t be determined                  5) None of these

Q2. H watch which of the following channels ?
1) Colors                  2) Zee tv                  3) Discovery                  4) Can’t be determined                 5) None of these

Q3. How F is related with K ?
1) Brother–in–law                  2) Husband                  3) Sister–in–law                 4) Sister                  5) Can’t be determined

Q4. How many son–in–law does M have ?
1) 1                  2) 2                  3) 3                  4) Can’t be determined                 5) None of these

Q5. Which of the following pairs of persons does not represent the couples ?
1) G and I                  2) F and H                  3) L and M                  4) G and J                  5) None of these

Directions : Each of the questions below consists of a question and three statements numbered I, II and III given below it, you have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions :
Q6. How is ‘ru’ coded in a code language ?
I) ‘ru ta ab’ is coded as ‘clean clear home’ and ‘home is beautiful” is the code of ‘ta ha na’.

II) ‘tu ma abo’ is coded as ‘flowers are white’ and ‘ea ta qa’ is coded as ‘clean sheets shades’.
III) ‘ru qa mo’ is coded as ‘nice clear sheets’ and ‘abo ha qi’ is coded as ‘white deep light’.
1) Only I and III                  2) All I, II and III                  3) Only II and III                  4) Only I and II                 5) All I, II and III are not sufficient.

Q7. How many members are there in the family ?
I) S’s mother T is wife of R.
II) N and O are brothers of S.
III) Out of the three children T has only one girl and there is only one married couple in the family.
1) Only III                  2) Only I and II                  3) Only II and III                  4) All I, II and III                 5) All I, II and III are not sufficient.

Q8. ‘School’ is in which direction with respect to ‘park’ ?
I) Market is to the east of park. Apartment is to the south of park. School is to the north of apartment.
II) Market is to the east of park. Park is exactly in the mid of market and tower. Highway is to the north of tower. School is to the east of highway.
III) Shopping complex is to the north of school. Shopping complex is 10 meter from park. School is 12 meter from park.
1) Only I and III                  2) Only I and II                  3) Only II and III                  4) All I, II and III                  5) None of these

Q9. Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are sitting on the opposite sides of rectangular table. Three people on each side. Is R sitting at the middle position ?
I) S is not at the opposite seat of P and sits on the corner. R and T are sitting exactly opposite each other. P is on the immediate left of Q.
II) If P and U exchange their seats, then P is beside and left of T.
III) If P and T exchange their places, then T is on the immediate left of R.
1) Only I                  2) Only I and II                  3) Only III                  4) All I, II and III                  5) Only III

Q10. If Riya and Preeti interchange their respective positions then how many girls are sitting between Swati and Preeti ?
I) All are sitting in a queue. Preeti is 16th from Bhawna, who is 19th from the start.
II) Swati is 11 seats away from Riya.
III) There are 9 girls sitting between Bhawna and Riya.
1) Only I and II                  2) Only II and III                  3) All I, II and III                  4) Any two of them                 5) Data inadequate


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


English (Mix Quiz)

Can an experiment conceived, carried out, and reported in kids-speak with pencil-coloured figures and hand-written tables by school children aged 8 to 10 years get published in a highly rated international journal following a peer-reviewing process? Twenty-seven schoolchildren from a primary school in UK have proved this is (1) if a simple but novel scientific question raised is (2) in a scientific way. Their paper was published in the Royal Society’s Biology Letters journal. Their (3) was that bumble-bees can use a “combination of colour of flower to forage from.” Considering that our understanding of how bees perceive coloured patterns and scenes is inadequate, this inspiring outcome has shown that schoolchildren guided by gifted teachers can think and (4) out experiments like any hard-wired scientist. For these kids, doing science changed their (5) of the subject. Science also became “cool and fun.” This refreshing approach turns the spotlight on the best methods of teaching turns the spotlight on the best methods of teaching science. The (6) learning system adopted by most schools in India, even classroom study combined with some laboratory work with pre-defined outcomes, does very little to (7) curiosity and interest in science. Is that one of the (8) why out-of-the-box thinking that produces path-breaking science rarely comes out of Indian laboratories? The children at the UK school had their gifted teacher to guide them. Scientists from India’s space and atomic energy departments and in some other place where serious science is done can take (a/an) (9) out of the school’s book and (10) the way in engaging with school pupils and getting them to do real science.

Q1.  1) done                    2) Unlikely                 3) Potential                 4) promising                 5) possible

Q2. 1) questioned                 2) said                 3) retorted                 4) answered                 5) address

Q3. 1) question                 2) finding                                  3) retorted                 4) answered                 5) address

Q4. 1) wage                 2) create                 3) execute                 4) carry                 5) attempt

Q5. 1) option                 2) lives                 3) visual                 4) demands                 5) perception

Q6.  1) revolutionary                 2) radical                 3) rote                 4) adequate                 5) bore

Q7. 1) stimulate                 2) simulate                 3) make                 4) peek                 5) judge

Q8. 1) cause                 2) root                 3) reasons                 4) issues                 5) sources

Q9. 1) thread                 2) leaf                 3) example                 4) look                 5) pages

Q10. 1) lead                  2) start                 3) deliver                 4) paved                 5) ahead

Directions (Q.11-15). Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will he 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. (A) Very occasionally a neutrino will collide with a neutron (B) in a chloride nucleus, turning the (C) latter into a proton and simultaneously turning the chlorine atom (D) to radioactive argon. (E) No error.

Q12. (A) While scientists say that, on average, the global temperature (B) has increased by a few degrees centigrade, (C) they are talking about a very large increase and a tremendous amount of heat (D) produced. (E) No error.

Q13. Bacteria are of many (A) kinds, and (B) practice (C) a great variety of (D) chemical processes to maintain themselves. (E) No error.

Q14. (A) The greater the number of cars on the road, and (B) the greater the emission of exhaust gases, (C) greater is the (D) amount of pollution in the atmosphere. (E) No error.

Q15. (A) Not (B) till a baby kangaroo is four (C) month old, (D) does it begin to live outside its mother’s pouch. (E) No error


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


Computer Quiz

Q1. Selects the entire Row press——-

a)Shift + Space                b)Shift + ctrl                c)Shift + alt                d)Space + enter                e)None of these

Q2. “Zipping” a file means

a)Encrypting the message                b)Compressing the message                c)Transfer the message                d)All of these                e)None of these

Q3. A ………. shares hardware, software, and data among authorized users.

a)network                b)protocol                c)hyperlink                d)tranmmitter                e)None of these

Q4. When was the first Windows operating system launched?

a)1984                b)1985                c)1988                d)1989                e)1990

Q5. What is the smallest and largest font size available in Font Size tool on formatting toolbar?

a)8 and 72                b)8 and 64                c)12 and 72                d)None of above                e)1 and 2

Q6. Aligns the selected text or line to justify the screen press——-

a)Ctrl + c                b)Ctrl + I                c)Ctrl + J                d)Ctrl + k                e)None of these

Q7. Which of the following is different from other ?

a)Internet                b)Windows                c)Unix                d)Linux                e)None of these

Q8. Granting an outside organization access to internet web pages is often implemented using a(n)?

a)extranet                b)intranet                c)internet                d)hacker                e)None of these

Q9. Which key is used in combination with another key to perform a specific task ?

a)Function                b)Control                c)Arrow                d)Space bar                e)None of these

Q10. What is MP3?

a)A mouse                b)A Printer                c)A Sound format                d)A Scanner                e)None of these


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

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