# Quiz – 230

### Quant Quiz

Q1. 10 years ago the average age of all the 25 teachers of the Girls college was 45 years. 4 years ago, the principal has retired from her post at the age of 60 years. So after one year a new principal whose age was 54 years recruited from outside. The present average age of all the teachers is, if principla is also considered as a teacher:
(a) 54(18/25) years               (b) 55 (17/25) years               (c) 49 (1/2) years               (d) None of these               (e) can’t be determine

Q2. Sri Krishna took the chariot and started his journey from Mathura to Gokul by his chariot at the speed of 40 km//hr and then, the same distance he travelled on his foot at the speed of 10 km/hr from Gokul to Brindaban. Then he returned from Brindaban to Mathura via Gokul at the speed of 24 km/hr riding on the horse. The average speed of the whole trip is:
(a) 20 km/hr               (b) 25 km/hr               (c) 19.2 km/hr               (d) 18.5 km/hr               (e) None of these

Q3. Anoop travels first (1/3) rd of the total distance at the speed of 10 km/hr and the next (1/3) rd distnace at the speed of 20 km/hr and the last (1/3)rd distance at the speed of 60 km/hr. the average speed of Anoop is:
(a) 15 km/hr               (b) 18 km/hr               (c) 25 km/hr               (d) 30 km/hr               (e) None of these

Q4. Columbus started his journey from Lucknow to Kolkata, which is 200 km, at the speed of 40 km/hr then he went to Bangalore which is 300 km, at the speed of 20 km/hr. Further he went to Ahmedabad which is 500 km, at the speed of 10 kmk/hr. The average speed of Columbus is:
(a) 14 (2/7) km/hr               (b) 14 (5/7) km/hr               (c) 15.6 km/h               (d) 16.2 km/h               (e) None of these

Q5. The average weight of all the 11 players of Indian cricket team is 50 kg. If the average of first six lightest weight players is 49 kg and that of  the six heaviest players is 52 kg. The average weight of the player which lies in the sixth position in the list of players when all the 11 players
are arranged in the order of increasing or decreasing weights:
(a) 56 kg               (b) 52 kg               (c) 51 kg               (d) 49 kg                (e) None of these

Q6. The average presence of students in a class on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is 30 and on the Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday is 28 then number of students who attended the class on Wednesday is, if the average number of students on all the six days is 27
(a) 24               (b) 25               (c) 20               (d) 40               (e) None of these

Q7. The average value of property of Mittal, Ambani and Singhania is Rs. 11111 crore. The property of Singhania is as less as the property of Mittal is greater than the average property of both the Singhania and Mittal. The value of property of Ambani is:
(a) Rs.111 crore                    (b) Rs. 11111 crore               (c) Rs. 3703.7 crore               (d) Can’t be determined               (e) None of these

Directions:(8-10) Six years ago there were 5 members in the Arthur’s family and then the average age of the family was 36 years. Mean while Arthur’s got married and gave birth to a child. Still average age of his family is same now.

Q8. The present age of his wife is:
(a) 25 years               (b) 26 years               (c) 32 years               (d) data insufficient               (e) None of these

Q9. What was the age of his wife at the time of her child birth, if the difference between the age of her child and herself was 26 years?
(a) 25 years                (b) 32 years               (c) 26 years               (d) Can’t be determined               (e) None of these

Q10. What is the age of his child at present ?
(a) 2 years               (b) 3 years               (c) 6 years               (d) Can’t be determined               (e) None of these

1.a          2.c             3.b           4.a            5.a           6.d           7.d             9.c          10.c

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
(i) P × Q means P is brother of Q               (ii) P + Q means P is sister of Q               (iii) P – Q means P is father of Q
(iv) P ÷ Q means P is mother of Q

Q1. Which of the following denotes that R is nephew of N?
1) N + M × R                2) R × T ÷ N                3) N × T ÷ K × R                4) N × T – R × K                5) Other than given options

Q2. In expression I + Q ÷ N × S, What is the relation of I with S ?
1) Uncle                2) Maternal Aunt                3) Brother                4) Niece                5) Other than given options

Q3. Which of the following does shows that W is grandmother of Q?
1) H × W ÷ N – Q                2) H + W × N ÷ Q                3) H ÷ N × T – W               4) T × W ÷ H + N                5) Other than given options

Q4. The Government of India was both whole Sale Price India (WPI) and Consumer Price Index (CPI) to measure the rate of inflation. But CPI is better indicator as compare to the WPI. Which of the following conclusions supports the above statements?
(A) All the countries of the world use CPI to measure the rate of inflation.
(B) Majoring of the population of India buy commodities at the retail prices.
(C) Majority of the population of India are very poor.
(D) The WPI has a very old bare year.
1) Only A                2) Only B                3) Only A, B and C               4) Only C                5) Only C and D

Q5. Statement: The government got a great deal of legislative work done during the just concluded budget session.
Which of the following can be inferred from the above statement?
1) Government has majority in both the houses of parliament.
2) Government knows how to get consent from opposition.
3) It might suggest that despite its lack of numbers in the Rajya Sabha it remained dominant in parliament.
4) Nothing can be said
5) Other than given options

Directions : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Seven friends Raj, Sambhav, Nishu, Prashant, Om, Quinch and Tanmay works at different places in France ie. Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Bordeaux, Nantes and Lille but not necessarily in same order. They work at different branches of Government ie. Legislative, Executive and Judicial branch. Not more than three and not less than two of them work in any branch.

• The one who works at Marseilles does not work in Executive branch.
• Raj work at Nice and there is one judicial branch at Marseille.
• Prashant works in Lille and is in the same branch as that of Tanmay.
• Om works in Executive branch and Tanmay does not work in Executive branch.
• Nishu works at Bordeaux and is in same branch as that of Raj.
• Quinch does not work at Lyon and Om is placed at Nantes.
• There is a Legislative branch in Nice and there are three persons in executive branch.

Q6. Which three friend’s works in same branch?
1) Om, Prashant and Quinch                2) Nishu, Prashant and Raj                3) Om, Quinch and Sambhav
4) Sambhav, Om and Prashant                5) Other than given options

Q7. Who lives in Nantes?
1) Nishu                2) Om                3) Quinch                4) Raj               5) Sambhav

Q8. Which of the following combination is incorrect?
1) Nishu–Bordeaux–Judicial               2) Raj – Nice – Legislative               3) Sambhav – Lyon – Executive
4) Quinch – Paris – Executive               5) Other than given options

Q9. Sambhav works at which place?
1) Lille                2) Nice                3) Paris                4) Either ‘Nice’ or ‘Paris’                5) Lyon

Q10. Where does Tanmay work?
1) Lille                2) Nice                3) Marseilles                4) Bordeaux                5) Lyon

Q11. Which two persons are from Judicial branch?
1) Nishu and Prashant                2) Tanmay and Sambhav               3) Prashant and Tanmay                4) Raj and Prashant

1. 4             2. 2               3. 1               4. 2              5. 3              6. 3               7. 2               8. 1             9. 5             10. 3               11. 3

### English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): 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) The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which had last intervened in the foreign exchange market in June 2009, was seen buying dollars to stem the rupee’s runaway appreciation.
(B) The bank had for so along resisted a rate increase, but finally toed the line of other banks as its cost of funds has gone up.
(C) The local currency recently rose to a 25-month high against the dollar on sustained capital inflows.
(D) Some interesting things have happened in the Indian financial system in the past few weeks.
(E) The RBI also announced a Rs. 12,000 crore buy-back of government bonds from the market to infuse money into a liquidity-starved banking system.
(F) Finally, the State Bank of India, the nation’s largest lender, has raised its minimum lending rate, or base rate, by 10 basis points. (One basis point is one-hundredth of a percentage point)

Q1.Which of the following would be the THIRD sentence?
(1) B               (2) A               (3) D               (4) E               (5) F

Q2.Which of the following would be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence?
(1) B               (2) C               (3) D               (4) E               (5) A

Q3.Which of the following would be the SECOND sentence?
(1) A               (2) C               (3) D               (4) E               (5) F

Q4.Which of the following would be the FOURTH sentence?
(1) B               (2) C               (3) D               (4) A               (5) E

Q5.Which of the following would be the FIRST sentence?
(1) B               (2) C               (3) D               (4) E               (5) F

Directions (Q. 6-10): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q6. We can feel morally____________when someone insults us-as long as we do not____________upon those feelings by burning down houses.
(1) challenged, stand               (2) outraged, act               (3) bound, build               (4) obliged, think               (5) violated, harp

Q7. Human beings are biological____________; they need to be grounded in time and place or else they come____________.
(1) things, forward               (2) souls, back               (3) organisms, unhinged               (4) features, undone               (5)  creatures, again

Q8. ____________their golden years of love and togetherness, the couple ____________all their guests at their fiftieth wedding anniversary.
(1) Celebrating, welcomed               (2) Remembering, asked               (3) Rejoicing, promised               (4) Commemorating, brought               (5) Observing, greeted

Q9. Since it does not have the ____________to do anything beyond sending out notices; the corporation has now decided to take steps to attach moveable properties such as cars so that people take the notices more____________.
(1) authority, appropriately               (2) influence, justly               (3) guts, sincerely               (4) pressure, gravely
(5) power, seriously

Q10. A new law has been passed stating that no actor would be allowed to shoot beyond twelve hours in a day and those who ____________this norm would hence forth be ____________for it.
(1) followed, punished               (2) accompanied, reprimanded               (3) flouted, penalized               (4) defied, applauded
(5) obeyed, disciplined

1.2               2.1               3.2               4.5                5.3               6.2               7.5               8.1               9.5               10.3

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Which among the following is an appropriate binary conversion for the number 421 (which is of base 10)?
1. 10101010             2. 11010100               3. 10011001                4. 110100101               5. 010101010

Q2. If A and B are two input ends of AND logic gate and AB is the only output. What will be the output if the input is A=1 and B=0?
1. 1             2. 0             3. 101                4.01               5. 10

Q3. If ∆ represents ‘1’ and ○ represents ‘0’. What will be the one’s complement of – ○∆∆○○∆?
1. 011001                2. 100110                  3. 101010               4. 000000               5. 111111

Q4. Following diagram depicts which logic gate?
1. NOR gate                2. NOT gate                 3. OR gate               4. NAND gate               5. None of the above

Q5. Which of the following is a correctset of hexadecimal digits?
1. 102n             2. a19fk              3. ZOLO12               4. FACE               5. 0101xx

Q6. Which of the following is a Logical Conjunction?
1. AND gate              2. OR gate                  3. NOT gate                4. both(a) and (b)               5. All of the above

Q7. If Ӣ represents ‘1’ and Ṉ represents ‘0’. A and B are two input ends of OR logic gate and C is the only output. What will be the output if the input is A=Ӣ and B=Ӣ?
1. ṈӢ            2. Ṉ             3. Ӣ                4. ӢṈ               5. ӢṈӢ

Q8. Which of the following is not a valid binary number?
1. 00000             2. 11111             3.FFFFF               4. 101010               5. 010101

Q9. Which of the following symbol represents decisional or conditional statement in a flow chart?
1. a          2. b             3. c               4. d               5. e

Q10. What are the permitted digits that can be used in Octal Number system?
1. 0-10             2. 1-9              3. 0-8               4. 0-7               5. 1-8