Quiz – 131

Quiz – 131

Quant Quiz

Q1/6 of 4/11 of 1/13 of 1/12 of 164736 = ?
1) 48              2) 32              3) 72              4) 64              5) None of these

Q2. 64% of 275 – 14% of ? = 113
1) 550              2) 475              3) 450              4) 515              5) 525

Q3. (12)^2 + (13)^2 = (?)^2 + 24
1) 17              2) 19              3) 15              4) 16              5) None of these

Q4. 15625 ÷ 5 ÷ 5 ÷ 5 × 2 = ?
1) 250              2) 1250              3) 50              4) 600 5) None of these

Q5. 7 1/2 + 8 1/4 + 6 2/3 = ?
1) 21 5/2              2) 22 5/12              3) 21 1/4              4) 22 7/12              5) 22 1/4

Directions: What should come in the place of question mark(?) in the following numbers series?

Q6. 17, 22, 37, 72, 137, ?
1) 242              2) 202              3) 212              4) 232              5) None of these

Q7. 0, 4, 13, 29, 54, ?
1) 93              2) 103              3) 90              4) 98              5) None of these

Q8. 4096, 1024, 266, 86.5, ?
1) 48.25              2) 44.775              3) 46.625              4) 45.525              5) None of these

Q9. 20, 120, 264, 460, ?, 1040
1) 686              2) 716              3) 724              4) 698              5) None of these

Q10. 4, 35, 252, ?, 12404
1) 1771              2) 1653              3) 1687              4) 1724              5) 1684


1. 4            2. 3             3. 1             4. 1            5. 2            6.1         7.3             8. 5            9.2            10. 1


Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the questions given below :
The announcement of a new BRICS bank displays the desire of emerging economics to move away from Washington D. C style lending institutions. Much work lies ahead for the creators of these new multilateral financial institutions before the first loan can be made the BRICS countries are four largest economies in the developing world. They have economic heft but do they have much in common. The serious challenges for BRICS Bank, like OPEC, their economic fundamentals differ
dramatically, while China exports manufactured goods and India export services. Two are current account surplus and three are deficit countries. India’s bureaucratic efficiency and China’s indifference to humanitarian, environmental and regional concerns are also issues for their so apparently their joint desire to planet a flag on the global economy sufficiently overcome mutual differences. What they most need to succeed in trust. Russia and India have log historian of conflict with China, Brazil and Russia are not famous for being credit worthy.
The BRICS clearly want something tangible to demonstrate their global prominence and the power of non–western values. Yet the new BRICS bank faces two critical tensions. The first pits the desire to be free of western–imposed constraints on lending, versus the need for prudential lending. The second sets the high minded desire for equality of governance against the reality.
A) BRICS countries want to be freed of the dominance of developed economies for a developed bank.
B) Despite a various shortcomings “BRICS” bank may be a way to overcome their mutual trust deficit.
C) The BRICS bank fulfill largely till current demand.
D) The BRICS bank will take a very democratic approach to governance by giving each member equal voting rights.
E) BRICS bank money is used wisely and get repaid.

Q1. Which of the following statements (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) is definitely true on the basis of the above paragraph ?
1) Only A               2) Only B               3) Only D              4) Only C               5) None of these

Q2. Which of the following statements (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) is probably true on the basis of the above paragraph ?
1) Only A               2) Only B               3) Only C               4) Only E               5) None of these

Q3. Which of the statements are assumed in above paragraph ?
1) Only A               2) Only B               3) Only C               4) Only D               5) None of these

Q4. Which of the following statements (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) is not related to the above passage ?
1) Only E               2) Only B               3) Only C               4) Only D               5) None of these

Q5. Which of the following are not in line with regard to the above passage ?
1) Only C and E               2) Only A               3) Only D               4) Only E               5) None of these

Directions: Study the following information, carefully to answer the given questions.
Five friends F, M, K, N and Y are working in 5 different hospitals C, P, O, S and U and they earn different salaries ie Rs 8000, Rs 12000, Rs 15000, Rs 18000 and Rs 20000 and they all are of different ages ie 24, 26, 27, 29 and 30 years. These all informations are not necessarily in same order.
Person who is 29 year old earns highest salary but does not work in C and P hospital. Y does not work in S and U hospital and his age is not 30. The salary of N is less than Rs 15000. The person who is 26 years old earns Rs 18000 per month. F earns Rs 12000 per month but does not work in P and S. M works in C hospital and earns more than Rs 15000. Person who is 27 years old works in U. 30 years old person earns at least Rs 15000.

Q6. In which hospital does F work?
1) U              2) C              3) P              4) S              5) O

Q7. Who works in Hospital P?
1) M              ) K              3) N              4) Y              5) Can’t be determined

Q8. If the name of the person represents it’s salary then which of the following is true?
1) F + M = K              2) K + N = M              3) N + Y = M              4) F + N = Y              5) None of these

Q9. The person whose age is a prime number works in hospital
1) C              2) P              3) O              4) S              5) Can’t be determined

Q10. Which of the following combinations is definitely true?
1) M – 29 years – C – 20000              2) N – 24 years – P – 8000              3) F – 24 years – S – 12000              4) Y – 29 years – O – 20000              5) None of these

Answer & Explanation
  1. 2; Only B follows, from the passage because the BRICS country open new bank which they mutually true deficit and providing loan.
  2. 1; Only A since the BRICS country may be dominance development in their economic through developed bank.
  3. 4;
  4. 3;
  5. 4;

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



Directions: (1-5): In each of the following questions there are two blank spaces. Below each five pairs of words have been denoted by numbers (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make the sentence meaningful complete.

Q1)What goes into making a marriage can only be__________ by trial and error and couples are best left to___________ out what works.
(1) discovered, translate                (2) regulated, find              (3) learnt, figure                 (4) seen, thrash              (5) experienced, judge

Q2)The producer is known to__________ with new stars and fresh talent and though there have been a few hits and misses, this filmmaker totally ________for the new breed.
(1) try, demands                 (2) experiment, vouches              (3) sign, goes                 (5) produce, promises              (5) work, supports

Q3)The Government stated that it had the __________right to use as much force as was necessary to regain control of areas__________ by terrorists.
(1) free, marked                 (2) practical, left.               (3) fundamental, infest                (4) basic, undertaken
(5) legitimate, dominated

Q4)Obesity and alcohol__________ together to__________ the risk of liver disease in both men and women.
(1) act, increase                 (2) result, aggravate              (3) taken, arrest                 (4) put, heighten              (5) mix, lower.

Q5)There were screams, chills and thrills __________at the discotheque the other night as the director along with the producers hosted a party to__________ the success of their latest horror flick.
(1) combined, downplay              (2) alike, mourn               (3) experiences, mark                (4) galore, celebrate
(5) risen, generate

Directions (6-10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical 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), i.e. ‘No Error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation. If any)

Q6)The girl who (1)/met you (2) /yesterday(3) /is my cousin sister (4)/No error (5)

Q7)There was (1)/ a number of conferences (2)/which produced a little (3)/ of practical value (4)/ No error (5).

Q8)He behaves (1) /as if he (2)/he was the chief (3)/of the organization (4)/No error (5)

Q9)Both India (1) /as well Russia (2)/are participating (3)/ in the games (4)/No error (5)

Q10)The essays (1)/given on page ten (2)/are relevant(3)/to your topic (4)/No error (5)

Answer & Explanation


6)(4) There is no such thing as ‘cousin brother/sister’ in the english dictionary. If you’re talking about your uncle/aunt’s son, you should call him only ‘cousin’.

7)(1) ‘Was’ should be replaced with ‘were’ as there can never be the subject of the verb. Always look for the subject after verb in the sentence beginning with ‘there’.

8)(3) ‘Was’ should be replaced with ‘were’ because the clause that begins with ‘as if’ should be put into the past simple tense, if preceding clause expresses a past action.

9)(3) ‘Are’ should be replaced with ‘is’ because when two subjects are joined by ‘as well as’, the verb agrees in number and person with first subject.



Computer Quiz

Q1. The ability to recover and read deleted or damaged files from a criminals computer is an example of a law enforcement specialty called:
a)robotics.              b)simulation.              c)computer forensics.              d)animation.              e)None of these.

Q2. Surgeons can perform delicate operations by manipulating devices through computers instead of manually. This technology is known as:
a)Robotics.              b)Computer forensics.              c)Simulation.              d)Forecasting.              e)All of the above

Q3. The name for the way that computers manipulate data into information is called:
a)Programming.              b)Processing.              c)Storing.              d)Organizing.              e)None of these.

Q4. After a picture has been taken with a digital camera and processed appropriately, the actual print of the picture is considered:
a)Data.              b)Output.               c)Input.              d)The process.              e)All of the above.

Q5. The components that process data are located in the:
a)Input devices.              b)Output devices.              c)System unit.               d)Storage component.               e)None of these.

Q6. Which of the following is an example of an input device?
a)scanner              b)speaker              c)CD              d)printer              e)All of the above.

Q7. Word processing, spreadsheet, and photo-editing are examples of:
a)Application software.              b)System software.              c)Operating system software.              d)Platform software.
e)All of the above.

Q8. System software is the set of programs that enables your computers hardware devices and __________ Software to work together.
a)management              b)processing              c)utility              d)application              e)None of these.

Q9. Smaller and less expensive PC-based servers are replacing ____________ in many businesses.
a)supercomputers              b)clients              c)laptops              d)mainframes              e)none of these.

Q10. ____________ is the science revolving around the use of nano structures to build devices on an Extremely small scale.
a)Nanotechnology              b)Micro-technology              c)Computer forensics              d)Artificial intelligence              e)None of these.


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

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