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Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-10): What value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
Q1. (5)^25 ÷ (25)^8 × (125)^4 ÷ (625)^4 = ?
1) 25                2) 125                3) 625               4) 3125               5) 15625

Q2. 33 – [21 – {5 – (7 – 11)}] = ? ÷ 8.5
1) 178.5                2) 153                3) 127.5                4) 93.5                5) 25.5

Q3. 3√(8x – 15) = 15, then x = ?
1) 421.25                2) 423.75                3) 427.5                4) 428.25                5) 430.5

Q4. 7/65 of 12/73 of 28470 = ?
1) 504                2) 588                3) 672                4) 756                5) None of these

Q5. 222% of 310 + ?% of 2705 = 1121
1) 8                2) 12                3) 16                4) 20                5) 24

Q6. 5/17 of 8/19 of 47% of 80750 = ?
1) 4300                2) 4400                3) 4500                4) 4600                5) 4700

Q7. 9 3/8 % of 3200 + 2 1/7% of 2100 = ?
1) 325                2) 330                3) 340                4) 345                5) 375

Q8. 3√42875 × 3√5832 = ?
1) 350                2) 420                3) 490               4) 560                5) 630

Q9. 3/7 of 196 of 32% of 37.5 = ?
1) 996                2) 1008                3) 1024                4) 1040                5) 1072

Q10. (544 ÷ 8.5) × (607.5 ÷ 13.5) = ?
1) 2240                2) 3200                3) 3520                4) 2700                5) 2880

Answers

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

 

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Six friends P, Q, R, S, T and U work in six different companies Walmart, Toyota, Apple, Petronas, Cargill and Honda each wears different coloured shirt, viz. Black, Golden, Blue,  Orange, Green and White but not necessarily in the same order.

  • The one who is wearing the Black shirt works in Petronas, and one who is wearing the Golden shirt works in Walmart.
  • U does not work for Apple or Cargill.
  • P wears Blue coloured shirt and works for Toyota.
  • S does not work for Cargill and the green coloured shirt is not wear by any of the Apple’s worker.
  • T works for Honda and neither S nor Q works for Petronas.
  • No Cargill worker wears either Green or Orange shirt.
  • R works in Walmart.

Q1. Which coloured shirt does Apple’s worker wear?
1) Golden                2) Black                3) Green                4) Orange               5) White

Q2. Which pair is correctly matched?
1) White–Apple–P                2) White–Cargil–Q                3) Golden–Apple–R                4) Cannot be determined
5) Other than given options

Q3. If Apple’s and Petronas decide to interchange the colour of their employees’ shirt, then which two person have to exchange their shirt?
1) S and U                2) P and R                3) S and T                4) Q and S                5) Other than given options

Q4. T works for which company?
1) Walmart                2) Petronas                3) Honda                4) Cargill                5) Toyota

Q5. Which of the following is true?
1) Honda – Golden               2) S – Cargill               3) T – White               4) White – Cargill               5) Other than given options

Directions (Q. 6 –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 conclusion I nor II is true.
5) If both conclusions I and II are true.

6-7: 
Statements: I > J               L < O               N >= M               P >= N               M = L

Q6. 
Conclusions: I. I > L                II. N >= L

Q7. Conclusions: I. J >= L               II. O > N

Q8. Statements: B = Y >= C < N                P > Y
Conclusions: I. P > C               II. Y < N

Q9. Statement: R <= K < N > Y >= Z
Conclusions: I. Y < K               II. Z >= R

Q10.  Statements:  B < L <= S           B > N               K = N
Conclusions: I. K < S               II. S < N

Answers

 

(1–5):

Name – Company – Colour

P – Toyota – Blue

Q – Cargill – White

R – Walmart – Golden

S – Apple – Orange

T – Honda – Green

U – Petronas – Black

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

 

 

English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1–5): Which of the phrases 1), 2), 3) and 4) given below each statement should replace the phrase which is underlined 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.

Q1. Providing affordable house remain critical challenge.
1) housing remain a critical                2) houses remains critical                3) housing remains a critical
4) house remain a critical                5) No correction required

Q2. Delhi should design bus route ensure multi–modal integration.
1) routes to ensure                2) routes ensuring                3) routes ensure to               4) route to ensuring
5) No correction required

Q3. Financing this project will require significant restructure.
1) will be required significant restructure               2) will require restructure significantly
3) would require significant restructure               4) will require significant restructuring               5) No correction required

Q4. The size of our unit in the initial offer shall be worth Rs. 15 lakh.
1) in initial offer                2) under the initial offer                3) for initial offer                4) to the offer               5) No correction required

Q5. There is little to justify fears of a major a global turn.
1) global major turndown                 2) major globally down turn               3) major turn down globally
4) major global down turn               5) No correction required

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 pair of blanks that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q6. Smart cities can make daily life ____ for residents ____ by automating routine functions.
1) acted, warming                2) measurable, widely                3) shield, nearly                4) upgraded, hardly               5) easier, simply

Q7. He is the ____ of the ____ for his company now.
1) respect, peers                2) apple, eye                3) honour, department               4) present, society                5) award, conference

Q8. This will not only help corporate in ____ their social responsibilities, ____ is important for fuelling growth in other industries.
1) fulfilling, but                2) teaching, also                3) learning, and              4) having, highly                5) promoting, now

Q9. This is _____ ____ to the requirement of income proofs.
1) perceiving, field                2) officially, have                3) mainly, due               4) shortly, bring                5) likely, power

Q10. ____ much of capital goes to large companies and ____ little to small businessman.
1) So, for                2) The, despite                3) That, much               4) Too, too                5) Will, some

Answers

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

 

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. Which of the following displays the contents of the active cell?
a) Active cell               b) Formula bar                 c) Menu bar                d) Name box               e) None of the above

Q2. How many kilobytes make a megabyte?
a) 1024               b) 128                c) 256               d) 512               e) 64

Q3. Which of the following is a storage device that uses rigid, permanently installed magnetic disks to store data/information?
a) Floppy diskette               b) Hard disk                 c) Permanent disk                d) Optical disk               e) None of the above

Q4. What type of program lets you produce professional-looking documents containing both text and graphics?
a) A page composer                  b) A thesaurus                c) A speller checker                d) A desktop publisher                e) None of the above

Q5. Which of the Following is not a non-impact printer?
a) Thermal printer               b) Daisy Wheel Printer                c) Laser printer                d) Dot-matrix printer               e) All of the above

Q6. What is the function of control unit?
a) Providing resources to another node on a network              b) Performing complex task of logical and arithmetic functions
c) Managing memory usage           d) Directing the operation of the other units by providing timing and control signals              e) All of the above

Q7. Which of the following language does not support the object oriented programming approach?
a) C++              b) Java                c) FORTAN                d) C                e) Both (c) and (d)

Q8. Who wrote the first computer program?
a) Ada Lovelace                 b) JohmMauchly                c) Vannueman               d) George Lord Byron               e) None of the above

Q9. What does HTTP stands for?
a) Hyper Technology Telnet Protocol               b) Heavy Text Transfer Protocol                 c) Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
d) High Text Telecommunication Protocol                 e) None of the above

Q10. What is the device called that converts your computer’s digital signal to an analog signal that can travel over telephone lines?
a) Red wire               b) Blue cord                c) Tower               d) Modem               e) None of the above

Answers

1.b                2.1                3.2                4.4                5.3                6.4                7.5                8.1                9.3                10.d

 

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