# Quiz – 195

### Quant Quiz

Q1. Anil and Deepak started a business by investing Rs. 24000 and Rs. 36000 respectively. At the end of 5th month from the start of the business, Sohan joined them with Rs. 16000. At the end of 7th month Deepak quits, at that time Sohan invests Rs. 4000 more. At the end of 10th month, Deepak rejoins with the same investment. If the profit at the end of the year is Rs. 26164, what is Deepak’s share of profit?
1) Rs. 10894                2) Rs. 10394                3) Rs. 10000               4) Rs. 11394               5) Rs. 11000

Q2. The circumference of the two circles is 352 cm and 264 cm respectively. What is the difference between the area of the larger circle and the smaller circle?
1) 4032 cm^2                2) 4332 cm^2                3) 4312 cm^2                4) 4123 cm^2                5) 4132 cm^2

Q3. The price of sugar is increased by 28%. Therefore a family reduces its consumption so that the increment in the expenditure of sugar is only 20%. If the consumption of sugar is 15 kg before the increment, what is the consumption now?
1) 15 1/16 kg               2) 14 1/16 kg               3) 14 3/16 kg               4) 14 1/18 kg               5) 15 1/8 kg

Q4. One–third of Radha’s savings in National Savings Certificate is equal to one–half of her savings in Public Provident Fund. If she has Rs. 150000 as total savings, how much has she saved in Public Provident Fund?
1) Rs. 60,000                2) Rs. 75,000                3) Rs. 80,000                4) Rs. 90,000                5) Rs. 85,000

Q5. The number obtained by interchanging the digits of a two-digit number is less than the original number by 54 if the digit at the unit place of the original number is one–third of the digit at ten’s place. What is the original number?
1) 31               2) 93                3) 62                4) 26                5) 39

Q6. The present age of Raju and his father are in the ratio of 2 : 5. Four years hence, the ratio of their ages will become 5 : 11. What was the father’s age five years ago?
1) 35 years                2) 40 years                3) 36 years                4) 38 years                5) 42 years

Q7. Manoj sold an article for Rs. 15,000. Had he offered a discount of 10% on the selling price, he would have earned a profit of 8%. What is the cost price?
1) Rs. 11,500                2) Rs. 11,000                3) Rs. 12,000                4) Rs. 13,000                5) Rs. 12,500

Q8. Two men or three women alone can complete a piece of work in 4 days. In how many days can one woman and one man together complete the same piece of work?
1) 20/3 days               2) 23/5 days               3) 8 days                4) 24/5 days               5) 10 days

Q9. A basket contains 2 white bands, 3 green bands and 5 blue bands. In how many ways can three bands be drawn from the basket, if at least one green band is to be included in the drawn?
1) 95                2) 84                3) 85                4) 80                5) 65

Q10. A card is drawn from a pack of 52 cards. The probability of getting a king of a club or a queen of heart is
1) 3/26               2) 1/13               3) 2/13               4) 1/26               5) 1/52

1. 4;

Ratio of profit Anil, Deepak and Sohan

= 24000 × 12 : 36000 × 7 + 36000 × 2 : 7 × 16000 + 4000

× 5

= 288 : 324 : 132

= 72 : 81 : 33

= 24 : 27 : 11

Deepak’s share of profit = 27/62 * 26164 = Rs. 11,394

1. 3;

r1 = 264 * 7/44 = 42cm

r2 = 352 * 7/44 = 56cm

Reqd difference = 22/7[(56)^2 – (42)^2]

= 22/7 * 98 * 14 = 4312

1. 2; Let the price of sugar before increase be ` x

Consumption = 15 kg

Expenditure on sugar = 15x

After increase

Expenditure on sugar = 120% of 15x = 18x

Price of sugar = 128% of x = 32x/25 per kg

New Consumption = 18x*25/32x = 14 1/16kg

1. Let Radha’s savings in National Savings Certificate be x.
Then, according to the question,

x/3 = 1/2(150000 – x)

2x = 450000 – 3x

x = Rs. 90,000

Saving in Public Provided Fund

= 1, 50,000 – 90,000 = Rs. 60,000

1. 2;

Let the two-digit number be 10x + y

Numbers obtained by interchanging the digits = 10y + x

According to the question,

10x + y – (10y + x) = 54

9x – 9y = 54 Þ x –y = 6 … (i)

Again, y = x/3

3y = x

From (i) and (ii)

y = 3 and x = 9

Required number is 93

1. 1; Let the present age of Raju and his father be 2x and

5x respectively.

Hence, (2x + 4)/(5x + 4) = 5/11

22x + 44 = 25x + 20
3x = 24
x = 8

Father’s age 5 years ago = 5 × 8 – 5 = 35 years

1. 5

SP = Rs. 15000

If Manoj offered a discount of 10% then the new SP

= 15000 – 1500 = Rs. 13500

CP = 13500 * 100/108 = 12500

1. 4

2M = 3W

1M = 3/2W

1M + 1W = 3/2W + 1W = 5/2W

M1D1 = M2D2

3 * 4 = 5/2 * D2

D2 = 12 * 2/5 = 24/5 days

1. 3

Required number of ways

= (3C1 * 7C2) + (3C2 * 7C2) + 3C3

= (3!/2! * 7!/2!5!) + (3!!/2! * 7!/6!) + 1

(3 * 7 * 3) + (3 * 7) + 1

= 63 + 21 + 1 = 85

1. 4

Let E = Getting a king of club or queen of heart n(2) = 2

Required probablity = 2/52 = 1/26

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions: In each question below is given a statement followed by  Conclusions. (Conclusion is something supposed or taken for granted). You have to consider the statement and the following Conclusion and decide which of the assumption is implicit in the statement. Give answer
Answer Options for qs 1 & 2:
1) If only conclusion I and II or III follow               2)If only Conclusion I and II follow
3)If Only conclusion I and III follow                4)If only conclusion II and III follow               5)None of these

Q 1) Statements
Some watches are wrist watches.                     All wrist watches are stones.                    Some stones as well as watch are phones.
Conclusions (I)Some phones are wrist watches.                 (II) Some stones are wrist watches.
(III) All stones being wrist watches is a possibility.

Q 2)Statements
All Sunday are Mondays.               No Mondays is Tuesday.                All Sunday are Wednesday.
Conclusions (I) Some Wednesday are Monday.               (II) Some Tuesday are Wednesday.                  (III) No Tuesday are Wednesday.

Q 3)Statements
All footballers are music lovers.                All footballers are dancers.                  No dancer is cricketers                   No cricketer is player.
Conclusions
(1) Some cricketer are music lover.                    (II) There is a possibility that any cricketer can be music lover.
(III) No music lover are cricketer.
1)Either I or II follows                         2)Only III follows                   3)only II follows                 4)only II and either I or III follows                5)none of these

Q 4)Statements
All footballers are music lovers.                    All footballers are dancers.                     No dancer is cricketers
No cricketer is player.
Conclusions
(I) Some dancers being player is a possibility.                     (II) All those dancers are footballers are also music lovers.
(III) Any cricketer can never be player.
1)Either I or II follows               2)only I follows               3)only II follows               4)Only II and either I or III follows
5) none of these

Q 5)Statements
No house is an Apartment.                 Some bungalows are apartments
Conclusions (I)No house is a bungalow.                  (II)All bungalows are houses

Q 6)Statements
Some gases are liquids.               All liquids are water
Conclusions (I) All gases being water is a possibility.                 (II)All gases which are not water can never be liquids.
Answer Options for Qs 5 & 6
1. If only assumption I is implicit.          2. If only assumption II is implicit.         3. If either assumption I or assumption II is implicit.              4. If neither assumption I nor assumption II is implicit.                  5. If both assumption I and II are implicit.

Q 7)Statements:
No door is dog.                     All the dogs are cats.
Conclusions: (I)No door is cat.                 (II)No cat is door.                (III)Some cats are dogs.                    (IV)All the cats are dogs.
A.Only (2) and (4)                    B.Only (1) and (3)                  C.Only (3) and (4)                 D.Only (3)                  E.All the four

Q 8)Statements:
Some keys are staplers.                Some staplers are stickers.                 All the stickers are pens.
Conclusions: (I)Some pens are staplers.                (II)Some stickers are keys.                (III)No sticker is key.
(IV)Some staplers are keys
A.Only (1) and (2)                   B.Only (2) and (4)                    C.Only (2) and (3)                    D.Only (1) and (4) and either (2) or (3).

Q 9)Statements: Some questions are answers.                   Some answers are writers.                  All the writers are poets.
Conclusions: Some writers are answers.                 Some poets are questions.                 All the questions are poets.
A.Only (1) and (2)                   B.Only (1) and (4)                 C.Only (1) and (3)                D.Only (2) and (4)

10)Statements: All the papers are books.                  All the bags are books.                 Some purses are bags.
Conclusions: Some papers are bags.                Some books are papers.                   Some books are purses.
A.Only (1)                  B.Only (2) and (3)                  C.Only (1) and (2)               D.Only (1) and (3)

1)4
2)1
3)4
4)5-as all follows
note: Any means all and can never means definitely not. so all cricketers are not players which is true
5)4
6)5
7)D
8)D
9)B
10)B

### English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5) : Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grarmmatical 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), ie ‘No Error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any).

Q1. The new project is (1)/ to big for (2)/ the trainee to handle (3)/ on his own (4). / No Error (5)

Q2. The explanation that (1)/ he gave for (2)/ missing the meeting (3)/ were not satisfactory (4). / No Error (5).

Q3. Mr. Singh’s son has applied (1)/ to the post (2)/ of Assistant Manager (3)/ in a construction company (4). / No error (5).

Q4. The manager has sent (1)/ many reminders to Mr Rao (2)/ to repay the loan but (3)/ has not received no reply (4) / No error (5).

Q5. Beside the Chairman, (1)/ all the Committee members (2)/ were present (3)/ at the shareholders meeting (4). / No error (5).
Directions (Q. 6-10): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A) Mostly not; because appearances are deceptive.
(B) Thus, our keen observation of their actions can answer our basic question.
(C) Is it possible to do so by looking at them ?
(D) An intelligent person’s actions will be more focused than those of a stupid person.
(E) How can we differentiate between an intelligent person and a stupid person ?
(F) We can’t go by appearance, but we can do so through keen observation of their actions

Q6. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
1) (A)               2) (B)               3) (C)               4) (D)              5) (E)

Q7. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
1) (A)               2) (B)               3) (C)               4) (D)               5) (E)

Q8. Which of the following will be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after re arrangement ?
1) (A)               2) (B)               3) (C)               4) (D)               5) (E)

Q9. Which of the following will the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
1) (A)               2) (B)               3) (C)               4) (F)               5) (E)

Q10. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) (A)               2) (B)               3) (C)               4) (D)               5) (E)

1. 2

Replace ‘to’ with ‘too’.

1. 4

Replace ‘were’ with ‘was’.

1. 2

Replace ‘to’ with ‘for’.

1. 4

Replace ‘no’ with ‘any’.

1. 1

Replace ‘beside’ with ‘besides’.

(6-10): EFDCAB

1. 4
2. 5
3. 2
4. 4
5. 1

### Computer Quiz

Q1. WORM stands for?
d) Write Original Read Memory              e) None of the above

Q2. Which of the following is not an input device?
a) Mouse               b) Keyboard                   c) Light pen              d) VDU              e) None of the above

Q3. This device is used to connect your computer with a telephone line, so that can access information from other servers and ordinary users too, said device is called ___________?
a) Modem                b) Set Top Box                  c) LAN Card                 d) UPS              e) None of the above

Q4. At which place is India‘s Silicon Valley situated?
a) Bangalore                b) Hyderabad               c) Chennai              d) Kolkata              e) None of the above

Q5. The screen background is known as the________.?
a) Application               b) Window                    c) Desktop               d) Frames               e) None of the above

Q6. A connection from one HTML document to another HTML document is called ___________?
a) Hyper Link             b) Connecting Link                c) Icon               d) All of these               e) None of the above

Q7. What is the unit used to measure the speed of a dot-matrix printer?
a) CPM             b) DPI               c) PPM               d) BIT               e) None of the above

Q8. Memory unit is a part of ______?
a) Input Device              b) Control Unit               c) Output Device               d) Central Processing Unit               e) None of the above

Q9. A computer that combines the characteristic of analog and digital computers_________?
a) Hybrid Computer             b) Digital Computer               c) Analog Computer               d) Super Computer               e) None of the above

Q10. Device on one network can communicate with devices on another network via_______ .
a) File Server               b) Utility Server               c) Printer Server               d) Gateway               e) None of the above