# Quiz – 158

### Quant Quiz

Directions: Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions given below:
Number of students studying in different colleges in the year 2013 and 2014 from state ‘A’

Q1. What was the percentage increase in the number of students in college C5 in the year 2014 as compared to the year 2013?
1) 45%              2) 40%              3) 48%             4) 50%             5) 42%

Q2. In which of the following colleges was the per cent increase in the number of students the minimum in 2014 from 2013?
1) C2              2) C6              3) C4              4) C7              5) C1

Q3. In which college there was decrease in the number of students from 2013 to 2014?
1) C6              2) C1              3) C4              4) C2              5) C3

Q4. In the year 2013, the number of students studying in college C1 and C2 together is approximately what percent of the number of students studying in these colleges together in 2014?
1) 78%              2) 75%              3) 72%              4) 81%              5) 88%

Q5. What was the ratio of the number of students studying in college C6 in year 2013 to that in 2014 in the same college?
1) 25 : 26              2) 25 : 27              3) 23 : 26              4) 22 : 27              5) 23 : 25

Directions : Each question below is followed by two statements A and B. You have to determine whether the data given in the statement is sufficient to answer the question. You should use the data and your knowledge of mathematics to choose between the possible answers. Give answer:
1) if the statement A alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement B alone is not sufficient.
2) if the statement B alone is sufficient to answer the question, but the statement A alone is not sufficient.
3) if the both statement A and B together are needed to answer the question.
4) if either the statement A alone or B alone is sufficient to answer the question.
5) if you cannot get the answer from the statements A and B together, but needed even more data.

Q6. What is the perimeter of a semicircle?
A. The radius of the semi-circle is half of the length of the rectangle.                B. Area of rectangle is 234 cm2.

Q7. What is the ratio of two number N1 and N2?
A. 30% of N1 is 40% of 90.                B. 20% of N2 is 36% of 50.

Q8. What are the marks scored by Atul in Science?
A. Marks scored by Atul in Science is 40% of the marks obtained by him in Maths i.e 80.
B. Marks scored by Atul in Science and English is 180.

1. 4; Number of students in college C5

In 2014 = 15/100 * 30000 = 4500

In 2013, 12/100 * 25000 = 3000

Required % Increase = (4500 – 3000)/3000 * 100 = 50%

2.

For 2013:

C1 —- 17 × 250 = 4250

C2 —- 20 × 250 = 5000

C3 —- 21 × 250 = 5250

C4 —- 10 × 250 = 2500

C5 —- 12 × 250 = 3000

C6 —- 15 × 250 = 3750

C7 —- 5 × 250 = 1250

For 2014:

C1 —- 16 * 300 = 4800

C2 —- 22 * 300 = 6600

C3 —- 20 * 300 = 6000

C4 —- 8 * 300 = 2400

C5 —- 15 * 300 = 4500

C6 —- 13 * 300 = 3900

C7 —- 6 * 300 = 1800

Percentage Increase

C1 —- 12.94%

C2 —- 32%

C3 —- 14.28%

C4 —- Decrease

C5 —- 50%

C6 —- 4%

C7 —- 44%

Hence, minimum increase is in the college C6

1. 3

Hence, decrease is in the college C4.

1. 4

Required % = [(17 + 20) * 250]/[(16 + 22) * 300] * 100 = 81% approx

1. 1

Required ratio = 15 × 250 : 13 × 300 = 25 : 26

1. 5

Combining the both statements A and B will not give the perimeter of semicircle.

1. 3

From A,

30/100 N1 = 40/100 * 90

N1 = 120

From B,

20/100 N2 = 36/100 * 50

N2 = 90

Combining both statements A & B:

N1/N2 = 120/90 = 4/3 = 4:3

1. 1

From statement A,

Required answer = 40/100 * 82 = 32

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions :
A word arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule the following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input :19 out 10 full 18 13 lust evil 5 point 15 appear 23 ice.
Step – I : appear 5 19 out 10 full 18 13 lust evil point 15 23 ice.
Step -II: appear 5 evil 13 19 out 10 full 18 lust point 15 23 ice.
Step -III: appear 5 evil 13 ice 19 out 10 full 18 lust point 15 23.
Step -IV: appear 5 evil 13 ice 19 out 23 10 full 18 lust point 15.
Step -V: appear 5 evil 13 ice 19 out 23 point 10 full 18 lust 15.
Step -VI: appear 5 evil 13 ice 19 out 23 point 10 lust 15 full 18.
Step VI is the last step of the rearrangement. As per rules followed in above steps, find out, in each of the following questions, the appropriate steps for the input given below.
Input: east 17 altitude 31 united 39 food 23 14 in nest 33 come 11 rest.

Q1. How many steps will be needed to complete the rearrangement ?
1) Four              2) Five              3) Six              4) Seven              5) Eight

Q2. Which step would be the following output ?
‘altitude 11 east 17 in 23 united 31 39 food 14 nest 33 come rest’.
1) Step II              2) Step III              3) Step IV              4) Step V              5) None of these

Q3. Which of the following would be at 4th position from the right in step V ?
1) 14              2) 39              3) food              4) 33              5) None of these

Q4. Which of the following represent the position of ‘rest’ in step IV ?
1) Seventh from right              2) Eight from left              3) First from right              4) Fifth from right             5) None of these

Q5. Which element is fourth to the left of ‘food’ in step II ?
1) 31              2) 23              3) 17              4) east              5) united
Directions: Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements a numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data given in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Read both statements and give answer.
1) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
2) If the data in statements II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
3) If the data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4) If the data in statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
5) If the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q6. Six person – O, P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circular table facing the centre. What is P’s position with respect to T ?
I. Only two person sit between R and S. T is second to the left of S. R and P are immediate neighbours of each other.
II. P is to the immediate right of R. There are only two people between P and O. T is an immediate neighbour of O but not R.

Q7. What is Raju’s rank from the top in a class of 80 students ?
I. Mukesh is 12 rank below Raju and 44th from the bottom.                 II. Roshan is 8 rank above Raju and 30th from the bottom.

Q8. What is the code for ‘amazing’ in a code language ?
I. In that code language ‘we had amazing experience’ is written as ‘vo da ka li’.
II. In that code language, ‘you are amazing’ is written as ‘ke la vo’.

Q9. Among P, Q, R and S, who is the lightest ?
I. R is lighter than S but heavier than P and Q.                 II. P is heavier than Q. S is heaviest.

Q10. How is N related to Y ?
I. P is the only maternal uncle of Y, who is only son of R.                II. K’s mother is married to N, who has three children.

The machine rearranges one word and one number in each step. First, it rearranges words starting with vowel in alphabetical order, and then it rearranges words starting with a consonant in reverse alphabetical order. For numbers, it first arranged prime numbers in ascending order, then composite numbers in ascending order.

Input : east 17 altitude 31 united 39 foods 23 14 in nest 33 come 11 rest.

Step I : altitude 11 east 17 31 united 39 food 23 14 in nest 33 come rest.

Step II:altitude 11 east 17 in 23 31 united 39 food 14 nest 33 come rest.

Step III:altitude 11 east 17 in 23 united 31 39 food 14 nest 33 come rest.

Step IV: altitude 11 east 17 in 23 united 31 rest 14 39 food nest 33 come.

Step V: altitude 11 east 17 in 23 united 31 rest 14 nest 33 39 food come.

Step VI: altitude 11 east 17 in 23 united 31 rest 14 nest 33 food 39 come.

1. 3

2. 2

3. 4

4. 1

5. 2

6. 2
From II

7. 3; From I – Mukesh’s rank = 44th from the bottom.

Raju’s rank = 44 + 12 = 56th from the bottom.

From top = 80 – 56 + 1 = 25th

From II – Roshan’s rank = 30th from bottom.

Raju’s rank = 30 – 8 = 22nd from bottom.

Raju’s rank from top = 80 + 1 – 22 = 59

8. 5; From I and II, amazing = vo

9. 5; From I – S – R – P and Q

So, I alone is not sufficient.

From II – S – P – Q and S is heaviest .

From I and II = S – R – P – Q

10.4

### English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Given below are six sentences, ie A), B), C), D), E) and F). Arrange them in a meaningful order so as to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the following questions.
(A) The problem is more pronounced with regard to business travellers — be they pinstriped professionals, conferencehoppers or intrepid entrepreneurs.
(B) Compare this with China that has 10 times more, or the US that has 40 times more, and the figure shrinks into insignificance.
(C) For a country that prides in according guests the status of God, India has not yet figured out a basic requisite of good hospitality — a welcoming place to stay.
(D) There just isn’t enough room to host the increasing flow of inbound travellers, whose number rose by 13 per cent last year.
(E) So, if we are really committed to serve our guests with due regard we have to improve the statistics of accommodation units first.
(F) According to industry estimates, India has a total of about 110,000 registered hotel rooms.

Q1. Which will be the FIRST sentence in the paragraph?
1) A              2) B              3) C              4) D              5) E

Q2. Which will be the LAST sentence in the paragraph?
1) E              2) D              3) C              4) B              5) A

Q3. Which sentence will come at FOURTH place in the paragraph?
1) C              2) E              3) D              4) B              5) F

Q4. Which sentence will come at SECOND place in the paragraph?
1) F              2) D              3) A              4) E              5) B

Q5. Which sentence will come at FIFTH place in the paragraph?
1) E              2) A              3) D              4) B              5) F

Directions (Q. 16-20): In each of the following questions four words are given, of which two are most nearly the ‘same’ or ‘opposite’ in meaning. Find the pair of word which is most nearly the ‘same’ or ‘opposite’ in meaning and mark the number of the correct letter combination as your answer.

Q6. (A) Malice             (B) Spite             (C) Vague             (D) Porridge
1) A-B              2) B-C              3) C-D              4) A-C              5) B-D

Q7. (A) Primitive             (B) Recondite             (C) Redolent             (D) Modern
1) A-B              2) A-C              3) A-D             4) B-C             5) B-D

Q8. (A) Peccable             (B) Nescient             (C) Ignorant             (D) Lingual
1) A-B              2) B-C              3) C-D             4) A-C             5) B-D

Q9. (A) Enunciate             (B) Flounder             (C) Mope            (D) Proclaim
1) A-B              2) B-C              3) C-D              4) A-D              5) B-D

Q10. (A) Liturgy             (B) Paltry             (C) Immaculate             (D) Sullied
1) A-B              2) A-C              3) A-D              4) B-C             5) C-D

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1.When we are referring to computer resolution, it implies ­
a)Strength of primary memory             b)Number of pixels on the monitor
c)Number of processors in the computer             d)Service area of the computer             e)None of the Above

Q2.Which of the following is the first ever supercomputer that was developed in India by the Indian scientists?
a)PARAM 6000             b)PARAM 7000             c)PARAM 8000             d)PARAM 1000             e)PARAM 5000

Q3.Any communication between memory and ALU of a computer is performed by which among the following?
a)Electronic Bus              b)Universal Serial Bus             c)Control Unit             d)Memory Bus             e)All of the Above

Q4.A character is represented in EBCDIC by
a)1 bit             b)4 bits             c)8 bits              d)16 bits             e)None of the above

Q5.Which can read data and convert them to a form that a computer can use?
a)Logic              b)Storage             c)Control              d)Input device             e)Output device

Q6.To access a mainframe or supercomputer, users often use a ___
a)terminal              b)node             c)desktop              d)handheld             e)None of these

Q7.A (n) __________ file contains information in an indexed and cross-linked format.
a)executable              b)initialization             c)help              d)Bookmark             e)None of these.

Q8.The ……… is the term used to describe the window that is currently being used.
a)Web Window              b)Display area             c)WordPad Window              d)Active window             e)Monitor

Q9.You must install this on a network if you want to Share a broadband Internet connection.
a)Router              b)Modem             c)Node              d)Cable             e)None of these.

Q10.To move the cursor to the end of the document press
a)Ctrl + Esc              b)Ctrl + End             c)Ctrl + Home             d)Ctrl + c             e)None of these