Quiz – 225

Quant Quiz

Directions (1-5) Study the information carefully to answer the following questions. 
There are 7200 students in an engineering college. The ratio of boys to girls is 7:5, respectively. All the students are enrolled in six different specialisation viz. B.Tech. (Electronics), B.Tech. (Computer Science), B.Tech. (Mechanical), B.Tech. (Aerospace), B.Tech. (Nano Technology), B.Tech. (Civil).
22% of the total students are in B. Tech. (Nano Technology). 16% of girls are in B. Tech. (Computer Science). 18% of boys are in B.Tech. (Mechanical). Girls in B.Tech. (Civil )are 30% of the girls in B.Tech. (Computer Science). 15% of boys are in B.Tech. (Electronics). Boys in B.Tech. (Computer Science) are 50% of the girls in the same. 15% of girls are in B.Tech. (Aerospace). The ratio of boys to girls in B.Tech. (Civil) is 3:1, respectively 24% of the total number of students are in B.Tech. (Electronics). The ratio of boys to girls in B.Tech. (Aerospace) is 12 : 5, respectively.

Q1.What is the total number of students enrolled in B.Tech. (Mechanical)?
(a)1062               (b)1530               (c)1584               (d)1728              (e)1800

Q2.Number of girls enrolled in B.Tech. (Electronics) forms approximately, what per cent of total number of students in the college?
(a)7%               (b)13%               (c)15%               (d)22%              (e)24%

Q3.What is the total number of girls enrolled in B.Tech. (Nano Technology)?
(a)144               (b)306               (c)365                (d)480               (e)522

Q4.Number of boys enrolled in B.Tech. (Aerospace) forms, what per cent of the total number of girls enrolled in B.Tech. (computer science)?
(a)187.5%              (b)200%              (c)212.5%               (d)225%              (e)232.5%

Q5.What is the total number of boys enrolled in B.Tech. (Civil)?
(a)240              (b)432              (c)630              (d)756              (e)810

Directions (6-10) Study the following pie chart and table carefully to answer the questions.
Degree wise breakup of employees working in various departments of an organisation and total number of employee = 3250

Respective ratio of men to women in each department 

DepartmentMenWomen
Production41
HR1213
IT73
Marketing32
Accounts67

 

Q6.What is the number of men working in the marketing department? 
(a)462              (b)454              (c)418              (d)424              (e)None of these

Q7.What is the respective ratio of the number of women working in the HR department to the number of men working in the IT department? 
(a)11 : 12               (b)17 : 29              (c)13 : 28               (d)12 : 35               (e)None of these 

Q8.The number of men working in the production department of the organisation forms what per cent of the total number of employees working in that department? 
(a)88%               (b)90%               (c)75%               (d)65%              (e)None of the above 

Q9.The number of women working in the IT department of the organisation forms what per cent of the total number of employees in the organisation from all departments together? 
(a)3.2%               (b)4.8%              (c)6.3%               (d)5.6%              (e)None of these 

Q10.What is the total number of men working in the organisation?
(a)2198              (b)2147              (c)2073              (d)2236              (e)None of these

Answer & Explanation

solution (1-5)

Number of boys=7/12X7200=4200

Number of girls=5/12X7200=3000

Number of students in B.tech.(Nano Technology)=22% of 7200=1584

Number of girls in B.tech.(Computer Science)=16% of 30000=480

Number of boys in B.tech.(Mechanical)=18% of 4200=756

Number of girls in B.tech.(Civil)=30% of 480=144

Number of boys in B.tech.(Electronics)=15% of 4200=630

Number of boys in B.tech.(Computer Science)=50% of 480=240

Number of girls in B.tech.(Aerospace)=15% of 3000=450

Number of boys in B.tech.(Civil)=3/1X144=432

Number of students in B.tech.(Electronics)=24% of 7200=1728

therefore, Number of girls in B. Tech (Electronics)=1728-630=1098

Number of boys in B. Tech (Aerospace)=12/5X450=1080

Number of boys in B. Tech (Nano Technology)=4200-(756+630+240+432+1080)

=4200-3138=1062

therefore, Number of girls in B.Tech. (Nano Technology)=1584-1062=522

Number of girls in B.Tech (Mechanical)= Remaining number of girls

=3000-(480+144+450+1098+522)

=3000-2694=306

1.(a); From the table, it is clear that total number of students enrolled in B. Tech (Mechanical)=756+306=1062

2.(c); Number of girls enrolled in B.Tech (Electronics)=1098

Therefore, Required percentage=1098/7200X100%=15.25%=15%

3.(e); Number of girls enrolled in B.Tech. (Nano Technology)=522

4.(d);Number of boys enrolled in B.Tech. (Aerospace)=1080

Number of girls enrolled in B.Tech. (Computer Science)=480

Therefore, Required percentage=1080/480X100%=225%

5.(b);Total number of boys enrolled in B.Tech. (Civil)=432

solution (6-10)

6(e); No of men working in marketing department=3250X(79.2/360)X(3/5)=429

7(c); No of women working in HR department=3250X(36/360)X(13/25)

No of men working in IT department=3250X(57.6/360)X(7/10)

Required ratio=36X13X10/(57.6X7X25)=13:28

8(e); No of men working in production department=3250X(136.8/360)X(4/5)

Total of of employee working in production=3250X(136.8/360)

Required %=(4/5)X100=80%

9(b); No of women working in IT department=3250X(57.6/360)X(3/10)=156

Required %=(156/3250)x100=4.8%

10(b)

 

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A group of eight students A, B,C, D, E, F, G and H goes eight different cities viz Lucknow, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Patna, Jaipur and Bhopal for participating in eight different activities Drama, Painting, Dialogue, Music, Acting, Discussion, Sports and Adventure, but not necessarily in the same order. D participates in discussion and neither go to Bengaluru nor to Mumbai. H goes to Kolkata. C goes to Patna and participates in Sports. One who participates in Painting goes to Bhopal. B participates in Music. One who goes to Jaipur, participate in Acting. H doesn’t participate either in adventure or in dialogue. A does not go to Bengaluru and Bhopal. E, who goes to Lucknow doesn’t like adventure. G goes to Mumbai.

Q1. Who is going to Delhi?
1) A               2) D               3) E               4) F              5) Other than given options

Q2. Who does participate in Drama?
1) B               2) E               3) H               4) A               5) Other than given options

Q3. One, who participates in Adventure is going to
1) Kolkata               2) Delhi               3) Lucknow               4) Mumbai               5) Other than given options

Q4. Which of the following combinations is true?
1) F – Jaipur – Acting               2) G – Lucknow – Adventure               3) B – Kolkata – Music              4) Other than given options             
5) E – Lucknow – Dialogue

Q5. Who is going to Bengaluru?
1) B               2) F               3) H               4) D              5) Other than given options

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the given 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 the input and rearrangement.
Input: variety 13 enough 7 12 maximum union 24 tree 4
Step I: enough variety 13 7 12 maximum union 24 tree 4
Step II: enough variety 13 12 maximum union 24 tree 4 7
Step III: enough maximum variety 13 12 union 24 tree 4 7
Step IV: enough maximum variety 13 union 24 tree 4 7 12
Step V: enough maximum union variety 13 24 tree 4 7 12
Step VI: enough maximum union variety 24 tree 4 7 12 13
Step VII: enough maximum union tree variety 24 4 7 12 13
Step VIII: enough maximum union tree variety 24 7 12 13 4
Step IX: enough maximum union tree variety 7 12 13 4 24
And step IX is the last step of the above arrangement. As per the rules followed in the above step, find out the appropriate step for the given input.
Input: steps 22 onion apt 19 tribe 4 new 18 13

Q6. How many steps will be required to complete the rearrangement of the above input?
1) Six               2) Eight               3) Ten               4) more than ten              5) Both 3 and 4

Q7. Which step number is the following output?
apt new onion steps tribe 4 18 13 19 22
1) Step V              2) Step VI               3) Step IX               4) Step X               5) Other than given options

Q8. How many elements are there between ‘new’ and ’18’ in step VI ?
1) 5               2) 2               3) 3               4) 6               5) 4

Q9. Which of the following steps would be the last step but one?
1) Step VIII               2) Step X               3) Step IX               4) Step VII               5) Other than given options

Q10. What is the position of ‘tribe’ to the left of ’13’ in step VI?
1) Fifth               2) Seventh               3) Ninth               4) Third               5) Other than given options

Q11. Which of the following steps will be step VII?
1) apt new onion steps tribe 4 18 19 22 13                 2) apt new onion steps tribe 4 19 22 13 18              
3) apt new tribe steps onion 4 19 18 22 13              4) There is no any such step              5) Other than given options

Answer & Explanation

 

1-5

Person – City – Activities

A – Jaipur – Acting

B – Bengaluru – Music

C – Patna – Sports

D – Delhi – Discussion

E – Lucknow – Dialogue

F – Bhopal – Painting

G – Mumbai – Adventure

H – Kolkata  -Drama

 

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

 

(6–11):

In the rearrangement words are arranged in ascending order from left to right as vowel comes first followed by consonant alternatively. Numbers are arranged according to the position of (last letter– 1) of the arrangement in the previous step from left to right first number at the extreme right then seems and so on in each alternate step.

 

Input : steps 22 onion apt 19 tribe 4 new 18 13

 

Step I : apt steps 22, onion 19 tribe 4 new 18 13

 

Step II: apt steps 22 onion tribe 4 new 18 13 19

 

Step III: apt new steps 22 onion tribe 4 18 13 19

 

Step IV: apt new steps onion tribe 4 18 13 19 22

 

Step V: apt new onion steps tribe 4 18 13 19 22

 

Step VI: apt new onion steps tribe 4 18 19 22 13

 

Step VII: apt new onion steps tribe 4 19 22 13 18

 

Step VIII: apt new onion steps tribe 19 22 13 18 4

 

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

 

 

ENGLISH QUIZ

Direction (Q. 1-5): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D)  and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A)India’s voting rights increase to 2.6 per cent from the current 2.3 per cent,
(B)Russia and Brazil are the other two countries that gain from the reforms.
(C)In long-pending reforms that came into effect recently.
(D)But China’s, to six per cent from 3.8, as per the new division.
(E)Emerging and developing economies gained more influence in the governance architecture of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Q1. Which of the following will be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A               2) B               3) C               4) D              5) E

Q2. Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A               2) B               3) C               4) D               5) F

Q3. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
1) A               2) B               3) C               4) D              5) E

Q4. Which of the following will be the First sentence after rearrangement?
1) A               2) B               3) C               4) D              5) E

Q5. Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A               2) B               3) C               4) D               5) F

Direction (6-10): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D)and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A)The central bank’s entry into the currency futures market is bound to reduce excessive movements in the rupee.
(B)thanks to the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) decision to intervene in the currency futures.
(c)which these traders thrive on, besides narrowing the wide difference that the local unit trades at between the onshore and offshore,
(d)or unregulated non-deliverable forwards market, say traders. 
(e)The thriving derivatives trading in the Indian Rupee suddenly faces an existential threat – not because of unnerving volatility, but probably due to likely reduction in it.

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

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

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

Q9. Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
1) A             2) B             3) C            4) D             5) E

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

Answers

 1. 2              2. 4             3. 1             4. 3             5. 4             6. 5             7. 1             8. 4             9. 3             10.2

 

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. A Proxy server is used for which of the following?
1. To provide security against unauthorized users            2. To process client requests for web pages        3. To provide TCP/IP
4. To process client requests for database access                 5. None of the above

Q2. What is the functional key to display save-as box.
1. F5             2. F6               3. F9                 4. F12                 5. None of the above

Q3. An educational institution would generally have the following in its domain name-
1. .org             2. .edu                 3.  .inst                 4.  .com                 5. .sch

Q4. What is MS Excel?
1. Window based word processor package               2. Window based spreadsheet package
3.  DOS based spreadsheet package                4. Window based accounting package                 5. None of the above

Q5. In MS DOS the vol command is used to-
1. see the value of list                   2. see the variety of language                  3.  see the disk volume label
4. see the volume of largest              5. None of the above

Q6. Which of the following was the computer conceived by Babbage?
1. Analytical Engine     2. Arithmetic Machine                  3. Donald Kunth                  4. All of the above                  5. None of the above

Q7. POS terminal is used as __________.
1. A type of electronic-transaction terminal              2. An E-living term              3. A software to sell items online
4. A networking interface               5. None of the above

Q8. Transport layer is the third layer in TCP/IP model. Which layer comes after transport layer in TCP/IP model?
1. Data Link Layer           2. Application Layer                  3. Session Layer                  4. Physical Layer                  5. None of the above

Q9. What is a book-publication in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, readable on computers or other electronic devices called?
1. Electronic Book               2. e-Book                  3. Digital Book                  4. All of the above                  5. None of the above

Q10. ARP (address resolution protocol) is________.
1. a protocol used to monitor computers                 2. a TCP/IP high level protocols for transferring files from one machine to another
3. a TCP/IP protocol used to dynamically bind a high level IP address to a low level physical hardware address
4. a protocol that handles error and control messages                5. All of the above

Answers

 1.2             2.4             3.2             4.2             5.3             6.1             7.1             8.2             9.4             10.3

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