# Quiz – 235

### Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. 1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Total 8400 students appeared in class Xth exam from six different schools. Following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of these students among those schools and the table shows the ratio of passed to failed students among them.

Q1. From which school number of passed students is minimum?
1) A              2) B              3) C             4) D             5) E

Q2.What is the total number of failed students from school B and C together?
1) 756              2) 896              3) 976              4) 1012              5) 1124

Q3. What is the ratio of the number of passed students from school C to the number of failed students from school D?
1) 5 : 4              2) 7 : 4              3) 7 : 6              4) 5: 3              5) Other than given options

Q4. Total number of failed students from school A is approximately what per cent of the total number of passed students from school E?
1) 75 %              2) 80%              3) 96%              4) 112%              5) 133%

Q5. Total number of failed students from school ‘E’ is approximately what percent of the total number of students appeared from school C?
1) 26%              2) 29%              3) 32%              4) 35%              5) 38%

Q6. ‘A’ can do a work in 28 days. With the help of ‘B’ he can do the same work in 20 days. If they get Rs. 8190 for that work. What is the share of B?
1) Rs. 2340              2) Rs. 3510              3) Rs. 5850              4) Rs. 4095              5) Other than given options

Q7. The length of a rectangle is increased by 300%. By what percent should the width be decreased to maintain the same area?
1) 300%              2) 150%              3) 100%              4) 75%              5) Other than given options

Q8. A bag contains 4 red, 5 green and 7 white balls. 3 balls are drawn randomly. What is the probability that the balls drawn contain balls of different colours?
1) 3/16              2) 5/16              3) 1/4              4) 1/8              5) Other than given options

Q9. A tank is in the shape of a frustum of a right circular cone. If the radii of the ends of frustum are 8 m and 6 m and capacity is 3256 m^3 then what is the depth of tank?
1) 10 m              2) 12 m              3) 14 m              4) 16 m              5) 21 m

Q10. Two persons cover the same distance at the rate of 25kmph and 30kmph respectively. What distance they travelled if one takes 40 minutes longer than the other?
1) 105 km              2) 110 km              3) 100 km              4) 112 km              5) 102 km

1. 5

A = 8400/100 * 12 * 7/12 = 588

B = 8400/100 * 20 * 13/21 = 1040

C = 8400/100 * 14 * 5/7 = 840

D = 8400/100 * 16 * 9/14 = 864

E = 8400/100 * 12 * 5/9 = 560

F = 8400/100 * 26 * 10/21 = 1040

Hence, in school E, the no of passed students is minimum.

1. 3

Total failed = 8400/100 [20 * 8/21 + 14 * 2/7]

= 84 [160/21 + 4]

= 84 * 244/21

= 976

1. 2

Ratio = (8400/100 * 14 * 5/7) : (8400/100 * 16 * 5/14)

= 840 : 480

= 7 :4

1. 1

Afail = 8400/100 * 12 * 5/12 = 420

Epass = 8400 * 12/100 * 5/9 = 560

Required percentage = 420/560 * 100 = 75%

1. 5

Efail = 8400/100 * 12 * 4/9 = 448

Ctotal = 8400/100 * 14 = 1179

Required percentage = 448/1176 * 100 = 38%

1. 1

B can do the work in

1/[1/20 – 1/28] = 1/[7-5/140] = 70 days

A share : B share = 70 : 28 = 5 :2

B share = 8190/7 * 2 = Rs. 2340

1. 4

Let initial length be x and breath be y

Area = xy

After increment length = x + x × 300/100 = 4x

4x × y1 = xy

y1 = y/4

decrease in breadth = y – y/4 = 3y/4

Percentage decrease = [3y/4 * 100]/y

3y/4y * 100 = 75%

1. 3

n(S) = 16C3 = 16 * 15 * 14/3 * 2 = 560

n(E) = 4C1 * 5C1 * 7C1 = 140

P(E) = 140/560 = 1/4

1. 5

Volume = 22/7 * h/3 [R^2 + r^2 +Rr]

3256 = 22/21 * h [ 64 + 36 + 48]

3256 = 22/21 * h * 148

h = 21m

1. 3

Let the distance be x cm

x/25 – x/30 = 40/60

(6x – 5x)/150 = 2/3

x = 150 * 2/3 = 100 km

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
(i)A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven persons wearing  caps of different colours – white, red, black, green, yellow, blue and violet- and wrist bands of different
colours – blue, red, white, black, cream, yellow and indigo. The persons, colour of the cap and colour of the wrist bands above are not necessarily in the same order.
No person is wearing cap and wrist band of same colour.
(ii)B is wearing red cap and is not wearing cream or yellow wrist band. D is wearing green cap and indigo wrist band. Colour of A’s cap and F’s wrist band is same.
Colour of E’s cap and C’s wrist band is same. G is wearing blue cap and E is wearing blue wrist band. F is not wearing any yellow accessories . Red and blue is not the
combination of cap and wrist band of any of the persons.

Q1.What is the colour of “A’s wrist band?
(a) White                 (b) Cream                 (c) Blue               (d) Red               (e) None of these

Q2.What is the colour of G’s wrist band?
(a) Red                  (b) Cream                  (c) White                (d) Indigo                 (e) None of these

Q3.Who wears Violet cap ?
(a) C                  (b) F                   (c) C or F               (d) Data inadequate               (e) None of these

Q4.What is the colour of F’s cap?
(a) Blue                  (b) Violet                 (c) Green               (d) Data inadequate               (e) None of these

Q5.Who wears Yellow colour wrist band?
(a) F               (b) G               (c) B               (d) D               (e) None of these

Directions (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
Eight colleagues, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre but not necessarily in the same order. Each one of them holds a different post viz. Teacher, CA, Chairman, President, Vice-President, Builder, Shopkeeper and CEO.
A sits third to right of the CEO. Only two people sit between the CEO and H. Vice-President and the CA are immediate neighbours of each other. Neither A nor H is a Vice-President or a CA.  Vice President is not an immediate neighbor of the CEO. Teacher sits second to left of E. E is not an immediate neighbour of H. The Teacher is an immediate neighbor of both Builder and the shopkeeper. Shopkeeper sits third to right of B. B is not the Vice-President. C sits to the immediate right of the Chairman. A is not the Chairman. F is not an immediate neighbor of A. G is not an immediate neighbor of the Teacher.

Q6.Who amongst the following sits third to the left of E?
(a) The Teacher               (b) G                  (c) A               (d) The Shopkeeper               (e) None of these

Q7.Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the given arrangement and thus form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group ?
(a) F – Chairman                 (b) G- President                 (c) D- Teacher               (d) B – CEO                (e) None of these

Q8.Who amongst the following is the President of the company?
(a) A                   (b) C                  (c) H               (d) G                   (e) None of these

Q9.Which of the following is true with respect to the given seating arrangement?
(a) The builder of the company is an immediate neighbour of the Vice-President.
(b) G sits second to right of D.
(c) The Builder and the CA are immediate neighbours of each other.
(d) The Chairman of the Company sits to the immediate left of the CEO.
(e) None of these

Q10.Who is a Builder?
(a) A               (b) F               (c) B               (d) E                (e) None of above

1. d            2. b             3. c             4. d             5. e             6. d             7. d             8. a             9. d             10.b

### English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Find out which option can be used to fill up the blank in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.

Q1. The domain name system (DNS)___________is to make internet___________to human beings.
1) devised, handy                2) drafted, open                3) cast, usable                4) designed, accessible
5) delineated, approachable

Q2. The RBI has said, the primary responsibility to___________grievances of customers related to___________ATM transaction shall be with issuing bank.
1) redress, failed                2) amend, fizzled                3) remedy, fallen                4) ease, aborted               5) aid, futile

Q3. While quantitative___________of rates of return to investment in education are unavailable, in view of the___________youth population of India the social rate of return is likely to be higher.
1) appraisal, prospering                2) assessment, diminishing                3) estimates, burgeoning
4) conclusion, growing                5) evaluation, expanding

Q4. The time has come for Indian planners to view education___________as an essential investment___________for economic growth.
1) cost, ceased                2) disbursement, delayed                3) outlay, quickening                4) expense, running
5) expenditure, speeding

Q5. In fact, except for duration of compulsory education and hours of___________for pupils aged 9, India’s performance is___________
1) direction, dead                2) instruction, lacklustre                3) coaching, nothing                4) lesson, zero                5) training, sombre.

Directions (Q. 6-10): Which of the phrases 1), 2), 3) and 4) given below each statement should replace the phrase printed in bold in the sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and ‘No correction’ is required mark 5) as the answer.

Q6. India since independence has made a significant progress in rural development with an integrated approach to improve the quality for life of the rural poor and by
ensuring equity and effective people’s participation.
1) to improved quality of life                2) to life for improving the quality                3) towards improving the quality of life
4) of life to improve the quality of               5) No correction required

Q7. It is the implementation of integrated Rural Development (IRD) programme that is posing most formidable managerial challenges when financial and even material inputs are not serious constraints.
1) when financial or material                2) when financial, material and even                3) when even financial or material
4) even when financial and material                5) No correction required

Q8. Expanding coverage to a large number of Indians is a desirable policy goal with the potential of improving health and lowering financial hardships faced by millions
of Indians.
1) of improving health and lowered                2) of improved health and lower                3) of improved health by lowering
4) of improving health or lowered               5) No correction required

Q9. A person qualified enough to be a secondary school teacher is most likely to look after other full-time employment, and it naturally follows that the teacher  shortage is the worst at the college level.
1) most likely to look into                2) more likely to look for                3) unlikely to look out                4) much likely to look at
5) No correction required

Q10. Asset allocation involves division of an investment portfolio into different asset categories, such as stock, bonds and cash.
1) dividing an investment portfolio among                2) dividing an investment portfolio of
3) distribution of an investment portfolio for                4) collection of an investment portfolio through
5) No correction required

1. 4              2. 1              3. 3             4. 5             5. 2             6. 3             7. 4             8. 5             9. 2             10.1

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Generally, web address is located by _________.
1. Hyperlink               2. HTTP             3. URL                4. Locator                5.Browser

Q2. Example of telecommunication device is a ________ .
1. mouse             2. printer              3. keyboard                4. scanner                5. modem

Q3. Chip is a common nickname for a(n) ______
1. Transistor             2. Semi-conductor              3. Resister                4. Hard disk                5. Integrated circuit

Q4. Which of the following is the coding of data so that is can’t be easily understood if intercepted?
1. Barcode             2. Decoder                 3. Encryption                4. Mnemonics                5. None of the above

Q5. A high speed device used in CPU for temporary storage during processing is called
1. Translator             2. Bus                3. Compiler                4. Register                5. None of the above

Q6. Which of the following is a network in which computers are located physically close together, often in the same building?
1. LAN             2. PAN               3. MAN                4. WAN                5. None of the above

Q7. What kind of server converts IP addresses to domain names?
1. File            2. Email             3. DNS                4. P2P                5. None of the above

Q8. What is the difference between a check box and Radio button? (a) (b) (c) (d) ### (e)
1. No difference
2. In radio buttons multiple options can be selected whereas in check boxes only single option can be selected.
3. In check boxes as well as radio buttons multiple options can be selected, but radio buttons can be used only twice.
4. In check boxes multiple options can be selected whereas in radio buttons only single option can be selected
5. None of the above

Q9. Which is NOT a function of a microprocessor?
1. Keeps the system unit cool              2. Controls the rest of the computer’s components
3. Processes data               4. Interprets instructions given by software                5. None of the above

Q10. What statement is true for point of presence (POP)?
1. It is an access point from one place to the rest of the Internet                   2. It is another name for post office protocol
3. Each POP has unique IP                  4. Both (a) and (c)                 5. Both (a) and (b)