# Quiz – 233

### Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A survey was conducted on 1600 people who watch one or more sports from given three options Cricket, Football and Hockey. It was found that 53.75% watch Cricket, 45.9375% watch Football and 60.3125% watch Hockey. 16.875% watch all three games which is 95 more than the number of persons who watch only Football. The number of persons who watch only Hockey is 75 more than the twice the number of people who watch only Football.

Q1. How many people watch only cricket?
1) 240            2) 270            3) 310           4) 340           5) 370

Q2. What percentage of people watches both cricket and football but not hockey?
1) 8.75%            2) 9.375%            3) 10.125%            4) 11.5%            5) 12.25%

Q3. How many persons watch exactly two types of games from given three?
1) 420            2) 450            3) 480            4) 510            5) 520

Q4. What is the difference between number of persons who watch cricket and the number of persons who watch only cricket?
1) 490            2) 510            3) 550            4) 570            5) 610

Q5. What percent of people watch at most two types of games?
1) 72.5%            2) 76.625%            3) 78.25%            4) 81.725%            5) 83.125%

Q6. A reduction of 20% in the price of rice enables a person to buy 5 kg more for Rs. 400, what is the reduced price of rice per kg?
1) Rs. 15/kg            2) Rs. 16/kg            3) Rs. 20/kg            4) Rs. 25/kg            5) Other than given options

Q7. Manish deposited two parts of a sum of Rs. 20000 in different banks at the rates of 16% p.a and 19% p.a respectively. In one year he got Rs. 3440 as the total interest. What was the amount deposited at the rate of 19% p.a.?
1) Rs. 8000            2) Rs. 10000            3) Rs. 12000            4) Rs. 15000            5) Rs. 16000

Q8. 10 liters are drawn from a vessel full of spirit and it is filled with water. Then 10 liters of the mixture are drawn and the vessel is again filled with water. The ratio of the spirit to water in the vessel is 9 : 25. Now what is the capacity of vessel?
1) 50 liters            2) 45 liters            3) 40 liters            4) 30 liters            5) 25 liters

Q9. If 16 men or 40 women can do a work in 25 days, how long will 16 men and 10 women take to finish the work?
1) 16 days            2) 20 days            3) 24 days            4) 25 days            5) 30 days

Q10. A builder decided to build a house in 27 days. He employed 100 men in the beginning and 50 men after 19 days and completed the house on time. If he had not employed the additional men, how many days behind schedule would it have been finished?
1) 8 days            2) 5 days            3) 4 days            4) 3 days            5) Other than given options

1. 3
2. 2

Required percentage = 150/1600 * 100 = 9.375%

1. 1

Required answer = 130 + 140 + 150 = 420

1. 3

Required answer = 860 – 310 = 550

1. 5

Required answer = (1600 – 270)/1600 * 100

= 1330/16%

= 83.125%

1. 2

Let original price be Rs. x per kg.

Reduced price = 4x/5 per kg

400/(4x/5) – 400/x = 5

2000/4x – 400/x = 5

(2000 – 1600)/4x = 5

20x = 400

x = 20

Reduce price 4x/5 = Rs. 16 per kg

1. 1

Let the deposited Rs. x at rate of 19% pa

Then

x * 19/100 + (20000 – x) 16/100 = 3440

19x – 16x + 320000 = 344000

3x = 24000

x = Rs. 8000

1. 5

Capacity of the vessel = 10/{1-(9/25)^(1/2)} = 10*5/2

= 25 litres

1. 2

Required number of days

= 1/(16/16*25 + 10/40*25)

= 20

1. 3

Let 100 men complete the house in x days

Here 100 men worked for 19 days and 150 men worked for 8 days

19/x + 150*8/100x = 1

19/x + 12/x = 1

x = 31

Behind schedule = 31 – 27 = 4 days

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers it rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and its rearrangement.
Input: far east 37 49 27 ox dusk 39 ink 42
Step I: east far 37 49 ox dusk 39 ink 42 27
Step II: east ink far 49 ox dusk 39 42 27 37
Step III: east ink ox far 49 dusk 42 27 37 39
Step IV: east ink ox dusk far 49 27 37 39 42
Step V: east ink ox dusk far 27 37 39 42 49
And step V is the last step of the above input. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input: 69 post ogle 52 49 array kite upper 42 58 stare 63

Q1. What is the position of ‘upper’ in step II?
1) Fifth from the right            2) Third from the right            3) Fifth from the left           4) Sixth from the left
5) Other than given options

Q2. Which step would be the following output?
array ogle upper 69 post kite 58 stare 63 42 49 52
1) Step III            2) Step IV            3) Step V            4) Step VI           5) Other than given options

Q3. Which of the following word/number would be at the seventh position from the right in the last step?
1) stare            2) 69            3) post            4) 49            5) ogle

Q4. How many steps will be required to complete the arrangement of the above input?
1) Five            2) Six            3) Seven            4) Eight            5) Other than given options

Q5. Which word/number will be fifth to the left of ’58’ in step III?
1) array            2) ogle            3) 49            4) post            5) 42

Q6. Diya ranks 5th from the top in a class of 53 students. What is her rank from the bottom in the class?
1) 47th            2) 48th           3) 49th            4) 50th            5) 46th

Q7. If N = 6, U =4, M = 8, B = 24, then which of the given values can replace the question mark (?) in the following?
B × N ÷ M + U = ?
1) 8            2) 16            3) 36            4) 28            5) 22

Directions: In each question below is given a statement followed by two argument numbered I and II. You have to decide by two the argument is a strong argument and which one is a weak argument.
In making decision about important questions, it is desirable to distinguish between “strong” argument and “weak” argument as they relate to the question. “Strong” arguments are those which are both important and are directly related to the question. “Weak” arguments are those which are of minor importance and also may not be directly related to question and may be related to a trivial aspect of the question.
1) If only argument I is strong.            2) If only argument II is strong.            3) If either argument I or II is strong.
4) If neither argument I nor II is strong.            5) If both arguments I and II are strong.

Q8. Statement: Should Indian government stop sending help to earthquake in Nepal?
Argument:
I. Yes, it is unnecessary expenditure of Indian Government.
II. No, it helps us to build better relationship with neighbour countries.

Q9. Statement: Should all the political parties come under the Jan LokPal Bill?
Argument:
I. No, political system at Nation far from judicial system.
II. Yes, it will help to bring the transparency of collecting funds and its maintenance of member of parties.

Q10. Statement: In big cities is there need of opening Government added colleges?
Argument:
I. No, big cities population constantly increasing over the previous years, so there is a need of more colleges.
II. Yes, it will help to make more educated citizens of cities.

Q11. Statement: Government has privatised higher level institutes of Technology.
Which of the following points can be a probable cause according to the statement?
1) Government is trying to make these institutes financially independent.
2) Privatisation is the need of the new era and we can’t survive without it.
3) Both 1) and 2)
4) Neither 1) nor 2)
5) Other than given options

Q12. Statement: Indian top officials working in abroad be called back to India.
Which of the following argument will be definitely false according to the statement?
1) They must serve the motherland first and forget about honours, facilities, discoveries and all.
2) We have enough talented officers; let them stay where they want.
3) Both 1) and 2)
4) Neither 1) nor 2)
5) Other than given options

In the arrangement, the words starts with vowels are arranged in alphabetical order and then consonants are been arranged again in alphabetical order; afterwards numbers are arranged in ascending order from left to right along with one word and a number in each step.

Input: 69 post ogle 52 49 array kite upper 42 58 stare 63

Step I: array 69 post ogle 52 49 kite upper 58 stare 63 42

Step II: array ogle 69 post 52 kite upper 58 stare 63 42 49

Step III: array ogle upper 69 post kite 58 stare 63 42 49 52

Step IV: array ogle upper kite 69 post stare 63 42 49 52 58

Step V: array ogle upper kite post 69 stare 42 49 52 58 63

Step VI: array ogle upper kite post stare 42 49 52 58 63 69

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

Diya’s rank from the bottom (53 – 5) + 1= 49th rank

1. 5

Putting the value of the alphabets,

? = 24 × 6 ÷ 8 + 4

? = 18 + 4

? = 22

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

### English Quiz

Directions (1-5): Rearrange the following 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) A little over a month has passed since the terrorists, said to belong to the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM), attacked the Indian airbase, coming across the International Border unhindered.
(B)The proof of the investigation will, needless to say, lie in the arrest and prosecution of the militant hand in Pakistan that is likely to have guided the Pathankot attackers.
(C)Though Pakistan has not registered a first information report in the Pathankot attack, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has promised to investigate the leads provided by the Indian establishment.
(D)It’s yet another moment of potential cooperation between India and Pakistan that might not last.
(E)Some hope has been rekindled, with Islamabad promising an “investigation” into any Pakistani links the attackers of the Indian airbase may have had, and New Delhi keeping its cool.
(F)Post-Pathankot, the two countries have shown some maturity in keeping the rhetoric down.

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

Q2. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement ?
(1) A              (2) B              (3) C              (4) D               (5) E

Q3. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement ?
(1) A              (2) B              (3) C              (4) D                (5) F

Q4. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after, rearrangement ?
(1) A               (2) B              (3) C              (4) D                   (5) E

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

Directions (Q. 6-10): Read each sentences to find out whether there is any 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). (Ignore error of punctuation, if any)

Q6. The most important characteristic of 1)/ the Internet is wheather it is the richest corporation 2)/ in the world or an individual writing 3)/ a blog, both are treated identically on the Internet. 4)/ No error 5)

Q7. The last issue we 1)/ need to examine is how 2)/ a powerful monopoly can bend policy 3)/ by virtue of its control over its users.4)/ No error 5)

Q8. The only way for the Indian drug 1)/ industry to grow is by investing in research and 2)/ development and  producing novel 3)/ drugs that enjoy patent protection. 4)/ No error 5)

Q9. It is important to keep in mind 1)/ that a majority of Indians meet health care 2)/ costs through out-of-pocket expenditure, and 3)/ any increase is bound to adversely affect it .4)/ No error 5)

Q10. That Headley visited India with a fake passport 1)/ and was in Mumbai seven times before 2)/ the attack clearly reveals a major lapse on 3)/ the part of the Indian security establishment.4) No error 5)

Directions (11-15): In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningful.
It is one thing to …(11)… the fears of the ignorant and quite another to instil fear in the minds of the ignorant in an …(12)… to try and make political mileage from the situation. The project is in national interest. GAIL is not a private commercial institution or “corporation” but a public sector undertaking well …(13)… of its commitments. It has people who are qualified to decide whether the laying of pipes will …(14)… the quality of farm soil or the quantity of crop yield. Consciously not acknowledging these factors, politicians of all hues are now crying foul. We must also learn to …(15)… a considered court verdict.

Q11.)  1.) mark                 2.) address                 3.) label                 4.) direct                 5.) accept

Q12.) 1.) aim                    2.) struggle                 3.) shot                  4.) bid             5.) attempt

Q13.) 1. ) familiar               2.) excited                3.) ignorant                4.) aware             5.) sensitive

Q14.) 1.) harm                   2.) benefit                   3.) help                  4.) enhance             5.) decrease

Q15.)  1.) neglect                 2.) disregard                3.)  respect                  4.) worship             5.) honor

1.(2);
2.(4)
3.(5)
4.(5)
5.(1)
6.(2); Replace ‘wheather’ with ‘whether’
7.(5); No error
9.(4); Replace ‘it’ with ‘them’
10.(1); Replace ‘with’ with ‘on’
11.(2)
12.(5)
13.(4)
14.(1)
15.(3)

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Which term identifies main page of the entire site?
1. URL          2. Web site address            3. Hyperlink            4. Domain name            5. None of the above

Q2. What type of Internet company provides pay-per-use software?
1. Software leasing          2. Software developers            3. Software-as-a-service (Saas)            4. Application service provider (ASP)     5. None of the above

Q3.The CPU and memory are located on the _______?
1. expansion board           2. motherboard            3. storage device            4. output device            5. control unit

Q4. Which protocol is used to obtain an IP and other network configuration information from a server on local network?
1. Transmission Control Protocol             2. User Datagram Protocol              3. Code division multiple access
4. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol          5. None of the above

Q5. In MS Word, what is the function of the key combination Ctrl+Shift+F?
1. To add table            2. To generate print preview            3. To add footer            4. To change to font            5. To change page layout

Q6. Which of the following technologies allows you to send voice communications over the Internet and avoid the toll charges traditionally incurred by consumers?
1. Telecommunication            2. Data communication            3.VoIP            4. Cellular and mobile computing            5. TCP

Q7. Cache memory is–
1. Smaller but slower than main memory           2. Bigger and slower than main storage            3. Bigger and faster than main memory     4. Smaller and faster than main storage             5. None of the above

Q8. The memory that stores the computer’s date, time and calendar is the:
1. RAM          2. Flash Memory            3. CMOS            4. Register            5. ROM

Q9. A bootstrap is:
1. a memory device             2. a device to support the computer              3. an error correction technique
4. a small initialisation program to start up a computer          5. None of the above

Q10. Processing involves ________.
1. inputting data into a computer system           2. transforming input into output            3. displaying output in a useful manner
4. providing relevant answers            5. None of the above