### Quant Quiz

**Q1. In how many ways 10 mangoes can be divided among 4 children?**

1) 280 2) 286 3) 284 4) 278 5) 282

**Directions: 7 boys and 7 girls sit in a row randomly. Find the probability that –**

**Q2. The girls sit together.**

1) 1/429 2) 2/429 3)3/421 4) 1/421 5) 1/427

**Q3. The boys and girls sit alternatively.**

1) 1/1715 2) 2/1715 3) 8/1715 4) 5/1714 5) 1/1716

**Q4. What will be the length of the diagonal of a square park whose area is equal to the area of a rectangular park of length 160 m and breadth 80 m?**

1) 180 m 2) 185 m 3) 172 m 4) 175 m 5) 160 m

**Q5. A train left from station A for station B at 4 pm at an average speed of 80 km/h. At 8 pm, another train also had left from station A for station B on a parallel track at an average speed of 120 km/h. How far from A, is the another train expected to overtake the first train?**

1) 900 km 2) 940 km 3) 960 km 4) 980 km 5) 920 km

**Q6. 8 men can complete a piece of work in 12 days. 10 women can do the same piece of work in 15 days where as 18 children can complete in 10 days. 8 men, 25 women and 30 children work together for 2 days. If only men were to complete the remaining work in 1 day, how many men would be required totally?**

1) 25 2) 16 3) 18 4) 30 5) 20

**Q7. A man buys a T.V valued at Rs. 36000. He pays Rs. 12000 at once and rest 18 months later on which he is charged simple interest at the rate of 6% p.a. Find the total amount he pays for t.v.**

1) Rs. 38180 2) Rs. 38460 3) Rs. 38860 4) Rs. 38160 5) Rs. 38260

**Q8. A shopkeeper sells note book at the rate of Rs. 65 each and earns a commission of 5%. He also sells pen stand at Rs. 90 each and earns a commission of 15%. How much commission will he earn in two weeks, if he sells 12 note books and 8 pen stands a day?**

1) Rs. 2058 2) Rs. 2158 3) Rs. 2258 4) Rs. 2048 5) Rs. 2068

**Q9. Two partners invest Rs. 1,20,000 and Rs. 80,000 respectively in a business and agree that 30% of the profit should be divided between them and the remaining profit is to be treated as interest on capital. If one partner gets Rs. 1860 more than the other, find the total profit made in the business.**

1) Rs. 31000 2) Rs. 30000 3) Rs. 28000 4) Rs. 32000 5) Rs. 29000

**Q10. A trader has 130 kg of pulses, part of which he sells at 12% profit and the rest at 25% profit. He gains 18% on whole. What is the quantity sold at 25% profit?**

1) 65 kg 2) 60 kg 3) 70 kg 4) 64 kg 5) 68 kg

1. 2; Required number of ways

= n + r – 1 Cr – 1

= 10 + 4 –1 C4–1

= 13C3

= 13! / 3! 10!

= (13 * 12 * 11)/ (3*2)

= 286

2. 1;

When 7 girls sit together, regarding them as one group

(7 boys + 1 group of girls) = 8 objects.

Required probability = 8! * 7!/14!

= 1/429

3. 5;

If we begin with boy, then 7 boys can sit in 7 odd places in 7! ways and 7 girls in 7 even places in 7! ways, Therefore total ways = 7! × 7!. Similarly, if we begin with girls then 7! × 7!

Required probability = 2 * 7! * 7!/ 14!

= 1/1716

4. 5

1/2 * Diagonal^2 = 160*80

D = sqroot(2*160*80) = 160m

5. 3

Distance travelled by first train in 4 h = 80 × 4 = 320 km

Relative speed = (120 – 80) = 40 km/hr

Let x be the time taken by the second train to overtake

the first train.

Then, 40 = 320/x

x = 8h

Distance from A = 120 * 8 = 960km

6. 2; (8 × 12) men = (10 × 15) women = (18 × 10) children

16 men = 25 women = 30 children

Now, 8M + 25W + 30C = 8M + 16M + 16M = 40 men

8 men’s 1 day work = 1/12

40 men’s 1 day work = 1/12 * 40/8 = 5/12

40 men’s 2 day work = 5/12 * 2 = 5/6

Remaining Work = 1 – 5/6 = 1/6

Remaining work will be completed by 40 men in 2/5 days.

To complete in one day man required = 40 * 2/5 = 16 men

7. 4

Interest charge on (36000 – 12000 = 24000)

= (24000 * 18 * 6)/(100 * 12) = 2160

The total amount paid for T.V

= 12000 + 24000 + 2160 = Rs. 38,160

8. 1;

12 notebooks in a day, then in two weeks (i.e. 14 days)

= 14 × 12 = 168 notebook

Commission earned = 65 × 168 × 5/100 = Rs. 1546

8 pen stands in a day, then in two weeks (i.e. 14 days)

= 8 × 14 = 112 pen stands

Commission earned = 112 × 90 × 15/100 = Rs. 1512

Total commission earned = 546 + 1512 = Rs. 2058

9. 1; The ratio of profit = 12 : 8 = 3 : 2

Total Profit = 1860 (100/30)(3+2/3-2)

= 1860 * 100/30 * 5 = Rs. 31000

10. 2

The quantity sold at 25% profit

Where, N = total quantity, P = % gain on whole

x = part sold at x% profit

y = part sold at y% profit

= (p-x/y-x)N

= (18-12)/(25-12) * 130

6/13 * 130 = 60kg

### Reasoning Quiz

**Direction : Study the following information carefully and answer the given question :**

*In a certain code language : “what does it name” is written as “ku ru mu ju” , “name does the Real” is written as “pu ku su ru”, “the milton have what” is written as “su mu ho ro”, ” does have or not” is written as ” kho ro bu ru”.*

**Q1. Which of the following is the code of “not” ?**

1) kho 2) Ro 3) Either kho or bu 4) bu 5) ru

**Q2. The code ‘pu ho ju ku’ may represent ?**

1) your name not what 2) what have real name 3) Real milton it name 4) it not real the

5) What the have milton

**Q3. Which of the following may represent “milton have had what name ” ?**

1) Ro mu ho wo ku 2) ku mu ho ro ru 3) ho ku mu kho bu 4) bu ju ru Ro ku 5) mu ku su pu ru

**Q4. Which of the following is the code of ‘milton’ ?**

1) su 2) ro 3) mu 4) ho 5) None of theses

**Q5. Which of the following is code of ‘it real or not’ ?**

1) ru bu ju ro 2) ju bu pu kho 3) ku kho pu ju 4) su pu kho bu 5) can’t be determined

**Direction : In each of these questions, relationship between some elements is shown in the statements (s). These statements are followed by two conclusions. Read the statements and given answer. **

**Give answer (I) if only conclusion I is true.**

**Give answer (II) if only conclusion II is true.**

**Give answer (III) if either conclusion I or II is true.**

**Give answer (IV) if neither conclusion I nor II is true.**

**Give answer (V) if both conclusion I and II are true.**

**Statements : **A ≥ B < Q = D E > B ≥ F

**Q6. Conclusion:- **I. D > E II. F > D

**Q7. Conclusion:- **I. F < E I. A ≥ E

**Statements : **G ≥ H > B H ≤ X B ≥ I

**Q8. Conclusion:- **I. I < H II. I ≥ G

**Q9. Conclusion:- ** I. B < G II. X ≥ I

**Q10. Statements : ** G > B = J ≤ O H ≥ A ≥ O

**Conclusion:- **I. B = A II. J < A

does – ru

name – ku

what – mu

it – ju

the – su

real – pu

have – ro

milton – ho

or/not – kho/bu

1. 3 2.3 3. 1 4. 4 5. 2 6. 4 7. 1 8. 1 9. 5 10. 4

### English Quiz

**Directions (1-5): Pick out the most effective pair of words from the given pair of words to make the-sentence/ s meaningfully complete.**

**Q1.Some people have a _________ need to control all aspects of their lives and to eliminate all _________ of chance. These individuals seldom achieve a sense of fulfillment. **

1) habitual, possessions 2) dramatic, factors 3) powerful, nuances 4) compulsive, elements

5) drastic, hindrances

**Q2.Leaders interested in achieving performance need an _________ _________ of the relationship between work-related stress and his performance. **

1) durable, understanding 2) optimum, awareness 3) holistic, utility 4) powerful, analysis

5) effective, application

**Q3.Labour is the most important _________ in the production process. This process _________ some adverse effects on physical and mental health of the workers.**

1) element, exhibits 2) input, develops 3) ingredient, imposes 4) facility, evolves 5) development, injects

**Q4.The objectives for which Vayudoot was formed originally are _________ . Political, social and economic requirements demand that _________ areas be brought within the communication links. **

1) creditable, forbidden 2) refutable, disturbed 3) viable, enlarged 4) questionable, formidable

5) laudable, inaccessible

**Q5.Vivekananda remained a devoted pupil and would often _________ , with some fondness, his master’s guiding hand that _________ him through life and destiny. **

1) recount, steered 2) ponder, engaged 3) replenish, advised 4) mentioned, proved

5) narrate, forwarded

**Directions (6-10): Rearrange the following seven sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), and (G) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them. **

**(A) Then, fulfil that dream, with the help we offer. **

**(B) Are you willing to set goals that will move you towards making that dream a reality? **

**(C) But, for those who are willing to dream big. **

**(D) This book seeks to challenge people who are willing to dream. **

**(E) I want to ask you two questions. **

**(F) I offer this, not for the already-achieved or those who think of themselves as hopeless. **

**(G) Are you willing to dream of doing great things? **

**Q6.Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence? **

1) D 2) A 3) C 4) G 5) B

**Q7.Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence? **

1) B 2) G 3) E 4) D 5) C

**Q8.Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence? **

1) C 2) E 3) G 4) D 5) B

**Q9.Which of the following will be the LAST sentence? **

1) D 2) C 3) B 4) A 5) G

**Q10.Which of the following will be the SIXTH sentence? **

1) C 2) D 3) E 4) F 5) G

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

### Computer Quiz

**Q1. A hacker contacts you by phone or email and attempts to acquire your password**

1) spoofing 2) phishing 3) spamming 4) bugging 5) None of these

**Q2. This power protection device includes a battery that provides a few minutes of power.**

1) surge suppressor 2) line conditioner 3) generator 4) UPS 5) None of these

**Q3. An IPO chart consists of __________ columns**

1) three 2) four 3) five 4) unlimited 5) None of these

**Q4. A series of steps that always results in an answer is the definition of __________.**

1) heuristic 2) flowchart 3) algorithm 4) pseudo code 5) None of these

**Q5. Which device can understand difference between data & programs?**

1) Input device 2) Output device 3) Memory 4) Microprocessor 5) None of these

**Q6. Programs stored in ROM are called ___**

1) Hardware 2) Firmware 3) Software 4) all of above 5) None of these

**Q7. The unit KIPS is used to measure the speed of ___**

1) Processor 2) Disk drive 3) Printer 4) Tape drive 5) None of these

**Q8. Before data can be transmitted, they must be transformed to ________.**

1) periodic signals 2) electromagnetic signals 3) aperiodic signals 4) low-frequency sine waves

5) None of these

**Q9. What is the term used to describe the amount of space you have to transmit to and from the Internet?**

1) Internet speed 2) Network speed 3) Router 4) Bandwidth 5) None of these

**Q10. Which of the following device is used only in LAN (Local Area Network)?**

1) Gateway 2) Modem 3) NIC 4) Router 5) None of these

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