# Quiz – 211

### Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. 1 –5): In the following number series one number is wrong. Find out the wrong number.
Q1. 267, 263, 251, 230, 203, 167
1) 251               2) 263               3) 203              4) 230              5) 165

Q2. 135, 45, 18, 10, 6, 6
1) 10               2) 6               3) 18               4) 135               5) 45

Q3. 45, 48. 5, 55.5, 65, 80, 97.5
1) 48.5               2) 65               3) 97.5               4) 55.5               5) 80

Q4. 856, 452, 250, 149, 98, 73.25
1) 98               2) 149               3) 856               4) 73.25               5) 50

Q5. 739, 758, 720, 737, 705, 718, 688
1) 739               2) 720               3) 688               4) 705               5) 718

Directions (Q. 6 – 10): What value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?

Q6. sqroot(729) + 5^2 = ? × 13
1) 4               2) 8               3) 6               4) 2               5) 3

Q7. (232 % of 585) ÷ 150 = ?
1) 8               2) 9.048               3) 12               4) 10.148               5) 13.144

Q8. 9845 = 5620 + 65 × ?
1) 65               2) 60               3) 55               4) 58               5) 50

Q9. 134 × 17 = [? × 40] + 177
1) 54               2) 50.525               3) 52.525               4) 45               5) 48

Q10. 250/15 * 300/20 / 25/100 = ?
1) 1000               2) 800               3) 1200               4) 950               5) 1100

Answer & Explanation

1. 4

The series is:

267 – 4 = 263

263 – (4 + 8) = 251

251 – (12 + 8) = 231; not equal to 230

231 – (20 + 8) = 203

203 – (28 + 8) = 167

1. 1;

1. 2

The series is:

45 + 1 × 3.5 = 48.5

48.5 + 2 × 3.5 = 55.5

55.5 + 3 × 3.5 = 66: ; not equal to 65

66 + 4 × 3.5 = 80

80 + 5 × 3.5 = 97.5

1. 1

The series is:

856/2 + 24 = 452

452/2 + 24 = 250

250/2 + 24 = 149

149/2 + 24 = 98.5; not equal to 98

98.5/2 + 24 = 73.25

1. 4

1. 1

? = (27 + 25)/13 = 4

1. 2

? = (232 * 585)/100 / 150 = 9.048

1. 1

? = (9845 – 5620)/65 = 65

1. 3

? = [(134 * 17) – 177]/40 = 52.525

1. 1

? = 250/15 * 300/20 * 100/25 = 1000

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions : Study the given information and answer the following questions :
When a word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement .
Input: Would 50 24 84 cast fold 39 how 20 04 got dust.
Step – I :- 84 50 24 cast fold 39 how 20 04 got dust would.
Step – II:- 84 04 50 24 fold 39 how 20 got dust would cast.
Step – III:- 84 04 50 24 fold 39 20 got dust would cast how.
Step – IV:- 84 04 50 20 24 fold 39 got would cast how dust.
Step – V :- 84 04 50 20 39 24 fold would cast how dust got.
Step -VI:- 84 04 50 20 39 24 would cast how dust got fold.
Step VI is the last step of the arrangement as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the given steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input: Fat 80 almost that 19 07 boost come 29 38 gun 49 hut 68.

Q1. How many steps will be required to complete the given input ?
1) Five               2) Six               3) Seven               4) Eight               5) Nine

Q2. Which element would be at 6th position from the right end in step III ?
1) 29               2) 38               3) gun               4) come               5) None of these

Q3. Which step number would be the following output ?
80 07 68 fat 19 come boost 29 gun 38 49 hut that almost
1) Step III               2) Step V               3) Step II              4) There will be no such step              5) None of these

Q4. What is the position of boost in step IV ?
1) First from right               2) Sixth from the left               3) Sixth from the right               4) Ninth from right              5) None of these

Q5. Which element is third to the left of ‘fat’ in step IV ?
1) 07               2) almost               3) hut               4) 38               5) None of these

Directions : Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the 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 statement 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. How many sons does ‘R’ have ?
I) P and U are the brother of T. S is the sister of G and U.                   II) S and T are the daughters of R.

Q7. Who is the tallest among six friends – Piyush, Teena, Nitin, Dhruv, Yusuf and Rajan ?
I) Piyush is taller than Dhruv and Nitin but not as tall as Teena.                 II) Rajan is taller than Yusuf but not as Teena.

Q8. What does ‘ri’ means in the code language ?
I) ‘ru pa ri da’ means ‘ that is great day’, ‘zo ye ro ri’ means ‘ some body is missing’.
II) ‘tu ti nic ri’ means ‘ is this your pen’ and ‘mo di chi pi’ means ‘he always likes swimming’.

Q9. J, N, T, S and V are sitting around a circular table facing centre of the table, who is sitting immediate left of S ?
I) Only N is sitting between T and V. S is sitting between T and J.                II) Neither V nor T can sit on the left of S.

Q10. What is the age of Rohit ?
I) Mohit is thrice the age of Rohit and the sum of their age is 36.            II) Rohit’s age is twice the age of Rohan.

Answer & Explanation

The rearrangement takes place in such a way that numbers are arranged from left side with the largest composite numbers and the smallest prime numbers placed in alternative steps while words are arranged from right side with reverse alphabetic order forward alphabetical order placed in alternative steps.

Input : fat 80 almost that 19 07 boost come 29 38 gun 49 hut 68.

Step I : 80 fat almost 19 07 boost come 29 38 gun 49 hut 68 that.

Step II: 80 07 fat 19 boost come 29 38 gun 49 hut 68 that almost.

Step III: 80 07 68 fat 19 boost come 29 38 gun 49 that almost hut.

Step IV: 80 07 68 19 fat come 29 38 gun 49 that almost hut boost.

Step V: 80 07 68 19 49 fat come 29 38 gun that almost hut boost gun.

Step VI: 80 07 68 19 49 29 fat 38 gun that almost hut boost gun come.

Step VII: 80 07 68 19 49 29 38 that almost hut boost gun come fun.

1. 3;
2. 2;
3. 4;
4. 1;
5. 1;
6. 4;

1. 5;

From I – T > P > D and N

Nothing is mentioned about Yusuf and Rajan. So, I alone is not sufficient.

From II – T > R > Y

Nothing is mentioned about Teena, Piyush and Dhruv. So, II alone is not sufficient.

From I and II – T > P > D & N and T > R > Y

Thus, it is clear that T is tallest among them, thus, both are necessary to answer.

1. 1;

From I – ri means is – thus, I alone is sufficient.

From II – We can’t find what ‘ri’ means. Thus, II alone is not sufficient.

9.5;

1. 1; From I – Let Rohit age be X, Mohit’s age = 3X

Now, 3x + x = 36, 4x = 36

x = 9

So, I alone is sufficient.

From II – Rohit age is twice the age of Rohan but nothing is given about Rohan’s age. So, II alone is not sufficient.

### English Quiz

Direction : In each of the following questions four words are given of which two words are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning. Find the two words which are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning and indicate the number of the correct letter combination by darkening the appropriate oval in your answer sheet.

Q1. A. Nix              B. Prevention               C. Imprint              D. Deterrence
1) A -D               2) B – C               3) C – A               4) C – D               5) D – B

Q2. A. Obviation              B. Repercussion              C. Consequence               D. Pinning
1) B – D               2) B – C               3) A – B               4) C – D               5) D – A

Q3. A. Proclamation              B. Renege               C. Secret               D. Rebound
1) A -C               2) B – D               3) A – D               4) C – B               5) D – C

Q4. A. Erection              B. Inundate              C. Rescind              D. Approve
1) C – B               2) D – A               3) C – D               4) A – B               5) C – A

Q5. A. Impasse               B. Deadlock               C. Engulf               D. Backlash
1) C -D               2) A – B               3) D – A               4) B – C               5) C – A

Directions : Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q6. It is _____ to the tolerance of our country’s religion based-majority society that it hosts several ______ communities of other faiths.
1) clarified, secular               2) misinterpretation , unique              3) standstill , forcible               4) testament , flourishing
5) reference , abstract

Q7. Acting is an _______ passion that can only be ____ and humanized by its brutal confrontation with reality.
1) Insatiable, digested               2) Integration , planed              3) talent – projected               4) image , enabled
5) essential , approved

Q8. Our engineers are currently examining ________ to build the country’s first ecological city with buildings ______ private and public heated by burning shells.
1) issues , and               2) campaign , discredit              3) plans , both               4) counter , that              5) schedule , in

Q9. Public would do well to _____ at this point that for the last 10 years we have a single coalition governing at the centre without a break.
1) defence , only               2) being , diverted              3) reach , misled               4) prevail , been              5) recall , had
Q10. This is one of the most plausible and _____ arguments, I have ____ in a while.
1) meaningless , had               2) cynical , heard              3) disowning , aimed               4) emotional , stance              5) forcible , remark

Answers

1. 5; same
2. 2; same
3. 1; opposite
4. 3; opposite
5. 2; same
6. 4;
7. 1;
8. 3;
9. 5;
10. 2

### Computer Quiz

Q1. What defines the cables, connectors and communications protocols used in a bus for connection, communication, and power supply between computers and electronic devices?
1. Universal Serial Bus              2. Unique Serial Port               3. Universal Stationary Bus                 4. Unique Serial Bus
5. None of the above

Q2. What does JAR stands for?
1. JQuerry Application Rapid-development              2. Java Application Resolution               3. Java Archive
4. JQuerry Application Resolution              5. None of the above

Q3.___________is a home video format and the first commercial optical disc storage medium, initially licensed, sold, and marketed as MCA DiscoVision in North America in 1978.
1. Magnetic disc              2. Laser Disc               3. MICR               4. OMR               5. Floppy

Q4. How many types of digits do a binary number comprises of?
1. One               2. Two               3. Three               4. Five               5. None of the above

Q5. What is main page of a website called?
1. Home Page              2. Content Page               3. Clue Page                 4. Both (a) and (b)               5.  Both (a) and (c)

Q6. What is Disk operating system referred for?
1. Memory management system
2. Operating system which contains the disk-oriented commands and uses disk devices for permanent storage
3. DOS
4. Both (b) and (c)
5. None of these

Q7. What is JDBC?
1. Utility Software              2. Application Software                      3.  Application Programming Interface (API)
4. Programming Language                 5. None of the above

Q8. What is Java Virtual Machine (JVM)?
1. Operating System            2. System Software                 3. Java Memory management tool                 4. Application Software
5. None of the above

Q9. Which of the following is/are type of network topology?
1. Ring                 2. Star                      3. Mesh                  4.  Only (a) and (c)                  5.  All of the above

Q10. What is a self-replicating virus that does not alter files but resides in active memory and duplicates itself?
1. Trojan Horse              2.  Worm                  3.  Phish                 4. E-mail                 5. Spam

Answers

1.1           2.3           3.2             4.2             5.1             6.4            7.3            8.4             9.5       10.2