### Quant Quiz

**Q1.The monthly rent of a shop of dimension 18 feet × 22 feet is Rs. 2244. What is the annual rent per square foot of the shop?**

(a) Rs. 52/3 (b) Rs. 51/16 (c) Rs. 34 (d) Rs. 68 (e) None of these

**Q2.The width of a rectangle is 10 meter and its area is 150 square meter. If length of the rectangle is increased then its new area is 4/3 times of the original area. What is the new perimeter of the rectangle?**

(a) 48 m (b) 52 m (c) 54 m (d) 60 m (e) None of these

**Q3.A hemispherical bowl is made of 0.5 cm thick steel. Inner radius of the bowl is 4 cm. The volume of steel used in making the bowl is**

(a) 55.83 cm3 (b) 56.83 cm3 (c) 113.67 cm3 (d) 58.83 cm3 (e) None of these

**Q4.The bases of a hemisphere and a cone are equal. If their heights are also equal then ratio between their curved surface area is—**

(a) 1 : √2 (b) √2 ∶1 (c) 1 : 2 (d) 2 : 1 (e) None of these

**Q5.4 litres of water is mixed in certain amount of pure milk whose cost is Rs. 3 per litre. If the dishonest milkman earns a profit of 20% by selling the mixture at initial price then what is the quantity of pure milk obtained by the customer?**

(a) 24 (b) 20 (c) 18 (d) 25 (e) None of these

**Q6.A bullock-cart travels 24 kilometers in 3 hours and an another bullock-cart travels 120 kilometers in 2 hours. What will be the ratio of their speeds?**

(a) 2 : 15 (b) 1 : 5 (c) 2 : 3 (d) 3 : 2 (e) None of these

**Q7.Present birth rate is 32 per thousand while death rate is 11 per thousand. What will be the percentage increase in the rate of population?**

(a) 0.21% (b) 21% (c) 0.021% (d) 2.1% (e) None of these

**Q8.The population of a city increases by 4% per year but due to migration it decrease by 1% per years. What will be the percentage increase in population in 3 years?**

(a) 9% (b) 9.27% (c) 27% (d) 12% (e) None of these

**Q9.A cricket player whose bowling average was 24.85 runs per wicket, takes 5 wicket for 52 runs in a match. Due to this his average decreases by 0.85. What will be the number of wickets taken by him till the last match?**

(a) 64 (b) 72 (c) 85 (d) 96 (e) None of these

**Q10.The average annual income (in Rupees) of some agriculture labours is S and the average annual income of some other labours is T. The number of agriculture labours is 11 times more than that of other labours. Then what will be the average monthly income (in Rupees) of all the labours?**

(a) (S+11T)/12 (b) (S+T)/2 (c) (11S+T)/12 (d) (11S+T)/144 (e) None of these

**Q11.A sum of Rs. 2900 amounts to Rs. 3422 in 3 years. Had the rate of interest be 3% higher then what would the sum amount in the same time period?**

(a) Rs. 4465 (b) Rs. 3683 (c) Rs. 3596 (d) Data inadequate (e) None of these

**Q12.Mukesh borrowed a sum of Rs. 10000 at simple interest from a bank. After two years he takes Rs. 12000 more as loan and discharge all the debt at the end of next 3 years depositing Rs. 27160 to the bank. What is the rate of interest per annum?**

(a) 5% (b) 6% (c) 8% (d) 10% (e) None of these

**Q13.The ratio of the present ages of Ram and Rahim is 3 : 2. The ratio of the present ages of Rahim and Aman is 5 : 2. What is the ratio of the present ages of Ram and Aman?**

(a) 4 : 15 (b) 15 : 4 (c) 9 : 5 (d) Cannot be determined (e) None of these

**Q14.The present age of Suraj is 6 times Vijay’s age. The present age of Vijay’s 20 years less than Suraj’s present age. What is the present age of Suraj?**

(a) 20 years (b) 22 years (c) 18 years (d) 16 years (e) None of these

**Q15.A can do a work in 60 days. He works for 15 days and later B alone completes the work in 30 days. In what time will they together complete the work?**

(a) 24 days (b) 25 days (c) 30 days (d) 32 days (e) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1.(d); Rent per square foot per year=2244/(18×22)×12=(102×12)/18=(102×2)/3=Rs.68

(d); Let length of new rectangle be x m

Then x×10=150×4/3=200 or, x=20 m

Hence new perimeter=2(10+20)=60 m

3.(b); Required volume=2/3 π(R^3-r^3 )=2/3 π((4.5)^3-4^3 )

=2/3×22/7×27.125=(cm)^3=56.83 cm^3

4.(b); Required ratio=(2πr^2)/πrl=2r/l=2r/√(r^2+r^2 )=2r/(√2 r)=√2/1

- (b); Short Method: 4 litre≡20% of total amount

or, 4×100/20≡total amount or, total amount=20 litre

6.(a); The speed of first bullock cart=24/3=8 km/h

The speed of second bullock cart=120/2=60km/h

Required ratio= 8 : 60=2 : 15

7.(d); Increase in population per thousand=32-11=21

Required percentage increase=21/1000×100%=2.1%

8.(b); Actual increase in population=3%

Let, earlier population=100 then the population after 3 years

=100(1+3/100)^3=109.2727

∴Required percentage=9.27%

9.(c); Let the player took x wickets at the average of 24.85

Then 24.85×x+52=24(x+5) or, 0.85x=68 or, x=80

Total wickets=80+5=85

10.(d); Let the number of another labour=x

The number of agriculture labour =11x

Total annual income=11x×S+x×T

Average annual income=(11S+T)x/12x=(11S+T)/144

Average monthly income=(11S+T)/(12×12)=(11S+T)/144

11.(b); If the rate is 3% more then (2900×3×3)/100=Rs.261 as interest will incurred.

So, new amount=3422+261=Rs. 3683

12.(b); Rs.10,000 for 5 years and Rs. 12,000 for 3 years

So, 10000+(10000×5×r)/100+12000+(12000×3×r)/100=27160

Or, 86r =516 or, r=6≡6%

13.(b); (Age of Ram)/(Age of Rahim)=3/2×5/5=15/10

(Age of Rahim)/(Age of Aman)=5/2=10/4;

∴(Age of Ram)/(Age of Aman)=15/4=15∶4

14.(e); If the age of Vijay is x years then the age of Suraj is 6x years

From the question, 6x-x=20⟹x=4

∴Present age of Suraj =6×4=24 years

15.(a); Let B alone can complete a work in t days then 15/60+30/t=1

Or, 30/t=1-1/4=3/4 or, t=40

So, required time=(40×60)/(40+60)=24 days

### Reasoning Quiz

**Directions (Q. 1–5):** 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: pour ask 57 dear 39 fight 17 28 our unix

Step I: unix pour ask 57 dear 39 fight 17 28 our

Step II: unix 17 pour ask 57 dear 39 fight 28 our

Step III: unix 17 our pour ask 57 dear 39 fight 28

Step IV: unix 17 our 28 pour ask 57 dear 39 fight

Step V: unix 17 our 28 ask pour 57 dear 39 fight

Step VI: unix 17 our 28 ask 39 pour 57 dear fight

Step VII: unix 17 our 28 ask 39 pour 57 fight dear

And Step VII 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: risk take 33 how our 49 India participate 63 qualification

**Q1.** In step II of an input is “our 33 risk take how 49 India participate 63 qualification” which of the following will be the last step?

1) Step VIII 2) Step VII 3) Step VI 4) Step V 5) Other than given options

**Q2.** If the fourth step of an input is “our 33 india 49 risk take how participate 63 qualification”. Which of the following is step II?

1) risk take 33 how our 49 India participate 65 qualification. 2) our 33 take risk how 49 India participate 65 qualification. 3) our 33 India 49 take 63 risk how participate qualification. 4) Cannot be determined 5) Other than given options

**Q3.** What is the position of “risk” in the step V of output?

1) Fourth from the left end 2) Fourth from the right end 3) Sixth from the left end

4) Sixth from the right end 5) Exactly in the middle

**Q4.** How many more steps would be required to complete the given arrangement after “our 33 India 49 risk take how participate 63 qualification”?

1) Two 2) Three 3) Four 4) Five 5) None

**Q5.** Which element is seventh from the right end in the step VII of given input output machine arrangement?

1) India 2) take 3) 63 4) risk 5) 49

**Q6.** Which one of the following given equation will be satisfied if it is given P > Q and N > Q are definitely true .

1) M > P >= R > Q <= N 2) P >= M >= R > Q > N 3) P < R < M > Q >= N 4) P <= R <= M >= Q < N

5) M < P = R > Q < N

**Q7.** Which one of the following given equation will not be satisfied if it is as given S > N and S < L are definitely true.

1) P <= N < S < T < L 2) N <= P < S <= T < L 3) R >= N <= S < T < L 4) N >= R > S < T <= L 5) R < N < S < L = T

**Directions (Q. 8–10):** In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The

statements are followed by two conclusions. Give answer:

1) If only conclusion I is true. 2) If only conclusion II is true. 3) If either conclusion I or II is true.

4) If neither conclusions I nor II is true.

5) If both conclusions I and II are true.

**Q8.** Statements: D <= S = T R < D M < T

Conclusions: I. S > R II. D = M

**Q9.** Statements: H > G M = N H <= R = W

Conclusions: I. R >= G II. N <= M

**Q10.** Statements: P > Q >= R S <= T Q < S

Conclusions: I. P > T II. S > R

Answer & Explanation

(1–5):In the rearrangement numbers and words are arranged. Firstly, words (vowels) are arranged in descending order and words (consonants) are also arranged in descending order. Numbers are arranged in increasing order after each word and are arranged from left to right once in each step.

Input: risk take 33 how our 49 India participate 63 qualification

Step I: our risk take 33 how 49 India participate 63 qualification

Step II: our 33 risk take how 49 India participate 63 qualification

Step III: our 33 India risk take how 49 participate 63 qualification

Step IV: our 33 India 49 risk take how participate 63 qualification

Step V: our 33 India 49 take risk how participate 63 qualification

Step VI: our 33 India 49 take 63 risk how participate qualification

Step VII: our 33 India 49 take 63 risk qualification how participate

Step VIII: our 33 India 49 take 63 risk qualification participate how.

- 1; VIII
- 4; Cannot be determined
- 3; Sixth from the left and
- 3
- 5
- 5
- 3
- 1
- 4
- 2

### English Quiz

**Directions (Q. 1-5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical or idiomatic 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 errors of punctuation, if any.)**

**Q1.** 1) The weapons on display in the capital on January 26 /2) may have shown how strong the country is in military terms /3) but the day also offered a glimpse into the increasing fragile nature/4) of cultural life in the Republic. /5) No error

**Q2.** 1) In the north, new storm arose at /2) the Jaipur Literary Festival with politicians demanding arrest /3) of one of India’s most famous academicians / 4) for a sweeping statement. /5) No error

**Q3.** 1) Talking to mediapersons at a marriage ceremony /2) the singer said that /3) she deserves the ‘Bharat Ratna’ for having sung /4) thousands of songs in various languages. / 5) No error

**Q4.** 1) The United Nations has backed /2) France for providing military aid to Mali /3) to push back Islamists which are advancing / 4) their control to other parts of he country. / 5) No error

**Q5.** 1) With a view to create a safe /2) and secure environment for women /3) an armed battalion of women police /4) has been formed in Bihar. / 5) No error

**Directions (Q. 6-10): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below. **

(A) Regarding a politician who does not keep his word, somebody may contend that people would punish him by not voting him back to power after five years.

(B) In the commercial world, when a person makes a promise and doesn’t keep it, he is considered to have committed a fraud, punishable under law.

(C) Why don’t they play by the same set of rules for everyone?

(D) The question is — isn’t five years long enough a time in the hands of such a crook politician to destroy the nation?

(E) None.

(F) But when a politician makes a promise merely to get votes and does not keep his commitment, what’s the penalty?

**Q6. Which of the following will be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement? **

1) A 2) B 3) C 4) D 5) F

**Q7. Which of the following will be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement? **

1) C 2) A 3) B 4) E 5) D

**Q8. Which of the following will be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement? **

1) E 2) A 3) F 4) B 5) D

**Q9. Which of the following will be the LAST (SIXTH) sentence after rearrangement? **

1) D 2) B 3) F 4) A 5) C

**Q10. Which of the following will be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement? **

1) C 2) D 3) E 4) F 5) A

Answers

1. 3 (replace ‘increasing’ with ‘increasingly’)

2. 1 (Add ‘a’ before ‘new’)

3. 3 (replace ‘deserves’ with ‘deserved’)

4. 3 (relace ‘which’ with ‘who’)

5. 1 (replace ‘create’ with ‘creating’)

6. 5 (BFECAD)

7. 4

8. 4

9. 1

10.1

### Computer Aptitude Quiz

**Q1.** Which of the following is not a binary number?

1. 10101010 2. 20202020 3. 01010101 4. 10101101 5. 11111111

**Q2.** Which among the following is an appropriate binary conversion for the number 013 (which is of base 8)?

1. 101010 2. 11011 3. 1011 4. 1110 5. 0001

**Q3.**The following image represents which logic gate?

1. AND 2. OR 3. NOR 4. NAND 5. NOT

**Q4.** If ∆ represents ‘0’ and ○ represents ‘1’. What will be the one’s complement of – ○∆∆○○∆?

1. 011001 2. 100110 3. 101010 4. 000000 5. 111111

**Q5.** Which of the following is a Logical Disjunction?

1. OR gate 2. AND gate 3. NOT gate 4. both(a) and (b) 5. All of the above

**Q6.** If Ӣ represents ‘1’ and Ṉ represents ‘0’. A is the input end of NOT logic gate and B is the only output. What will be the output if the input is A=Ӣ?

1. ṈӢ 2. Ṉ 3. Ӣ 4. ӢṈ 5. ӢṈ Ӣ

**Q7.**Which of the following symbol represents input or output in a flow chart?

1. a 2. b 3. c 4. d 5. e

**Q8.** What is the range of Hexadecimal Number system?

1. 0-F 2. 0-1 3. 0-Z 4. A-Z 5. 0-9

**Q9.** If © represents ‘1’ and ∞ represents ‘0’. What will be the one’s complement of -© ∞© ∞∞©©?

1. 0110011 2. 1010011 3. 0011001 4. 0101100 5. 1111111

**Q10.** Convert the given Binary number to decimal: 101011

1. 45 2. 30 3. 41 4. 42 5. 43

Answers

1.2 2.3 3.1 4.1 5.1 6.2 7.4 8.1 9.4 10.5