Quiz – 240

Quant Quiz

Directions (1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 
In a box there are 4 blue, 4 red, 4 white and 4 black balls.

Q1.If 4 balls are picked up randomly, what is the probability that all are blue?
(1)1/1820                (2)1/1870                (3)1/4                 (4)1/455               (5)None of these

Q2.If 4 balls are picked up randomly, what is the probability that all are of same colour?
(1)1/1820                (2)1/4                (3)1/1870                (4)1/455                 (5)None of these

Q3.If 4 balls are picked up randomly, what is the probability that not even one is white?
(1)1819/1920                  (2)99/364                  (3)1960/1990                  (4)1/455                  (5)None of these

Q4.From a pack of 52 cards, 2 cards are drawn randomly. What is the probability that it has one King and one Jack?
(1)7/663                  (2)8/663                   (3)11/663                   (4)13/663                   (5)None of these

Q5.In an examination a minimum marks is to be scored in each of the 8 subjects for passing. In how many ways a student can fail?
(1)127                (2)63                (3)255                 (4)256                 (5)None of these

Q6.Kriti bought an article with 15% discount on the selling price. If the cost of the article after discount was Rs. 408 what is the original selling price of the article?
(1)Rs.460                 (2)Rs.490                (3)Rs.440                (4)Rs.500                 (5)None of these

Q7.The ratio between the present ages of A and B is 5 : 6 respectively. After nine years the sum of their ages will be  51 years. Find the present age of B? 
(1)3 years                 (2)33 years                (3)18 years                (4)15 years                (5)None of these

Q8.A, B and C begin to jog around a circular stadium. They complete their revolutions in 32 seconds, 48 seconds and 30 seconds respectively. After how many seconds will they be together at the starting point for the first time?
(1)480                 (2)960                 (3)1440                (4)240                 (5)None of these

Q9.A train of 200 meters long is running at the speed of 72 km per hour. In what time it passes a bridge 160 meters long?
(1)30 sec                 (2)36 sec                (3)20 sec                (4)18 sec                 (5)None of these

Q10.The average weight of a group of 15 people increases by 1kg when a person weighing 50 kg is replaced by a new person. Find weight of the new person.
(1)55 Kg                 (2)60 kg                (3)65 kg                (4)70 kg                 (5)Cannot be determined

Answers

1.1           2.4           3.2           4.2           5.3           6.5           7.3           8.1           9.4           10.3

 

Reasoning Quiz (IBPS PO)

Directions (Q. 1-5): These question are based on the following information.
In a board meeting of officers there were eight members, whose names are Aman, Baman, Chaman, Dhawan, Gagan, Magan, Naman, Pawan. Following information is about their sitting arrangement around a rectangular table on which three persons sit on the each longer side and one sits on the each smaller side.
1.There are two head officers and they sit on the single sides of the table. Dhawan and Pawan are not near Aman.
2.Magan sits on the corner of the longer side.
3.Gagan is diagonally opposite to Magan.
4.There is only one person between Gagan and Chaman
5.Baman is the head officer. He sits near Chaman, who is diagonally opposite to Naman.
6.Magan and Baman are not adjacent. Pawan is 3rd left of Gagan and he is not head officer.
7.Aman sits on the middle of longer side.

Q1.Who is in front of Pawan?
(A) Aman               (B) Magan               (C) Naman               (D) Gagan               (E) Dhawan

Q2.Who is the second head other than Baman?
(A) Magan                (B) Dhawan                 (C) Pawan               (D) Aman               (E) Naman

Q3.Who are these three persons who sit on the same side?
(A) Gagan, Aman, Dhawan               (B) Chaman, Pawan, Gagan               (C) Naman, Aman, Chaman               (D) Aman, Naman, Gagan               (E) Can’t be determined

Q4.Who is between Dhawan and Gagan?
(A) Aman, Pawan                (B) Aman, Naman                (C) Naman, Magan               (D) Aman, Magan               (E) Magan, Pawan

Q5.What is the sitting position of Pawan?
(A) 2nd left of Magan              (B) 3rd right of Magan             (C) diagonally opposite of Gagan                (D) 2nd right of Dhawan               (E) 2nd left of Chaman

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.
A @ B means A is father of B               A % B means A is husband of B               A $ B means A is sister of B
A *B means A is mother of B               A # B means A is brother of B

Q6.What should come in place of question mark to make the expression “E is grandfather of T” true?
E @ V ? N % R *T
(A) @               (B) *               (C) #               (D) %               (E) None of these

Q7.Which of the following statements is true if the given expression is definitely true?
A % L $ K *B # C
(A) K is sister-in-law of A               (B) C is daughter of K                (C) A is father of B                (D) C is son of L               (E) None of these

Q8.Which of the following expressions, if true, makes “N is sister of R” true?
(A) F *U @ N $ K # R               (B) N $ F *K # R $ U               (C) R $ U # K $ N               (D) N *F $ K # R $ U               (E) None of these

Q9.Which of the following statements is false if the given expression is true?
J *K *L @ M # N $ O
(A) M is son of L                (B) K is grandmother of O               (C) M is grandson of J               (D) N is sister of M
(E) None of these

Q10.What is the relation of “E” with “B” in A%B*C%D*E?
(A)Niece               B)Nephew               (c)cousin               (D)cannot be determined               (E)None of these

Answers

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

 

 

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. Healthy scepticism, a vital ___________ for any journalist, has given ______________ to credulity, or worse, naivete.
(1) factor, up               (2) role, them               (3) attribute, way               (4) thing, away               (5) task, chance

Q2. Kejriwal’s ________ about all kinds of people became more and more _________ and even if there was a grain of truth in any of them, there was just no evidence.
(1) statements, attacking               (2) ideas, scathing               (3) pronouncements, outdated               (4) allegations, outlandish               (5) defamations, severe

Q3. Every time Vidya Balan went about repeating “Entertainment, entertainment, entertanment!” audiences at awards nights went into __________ as if Voltaire had _________ from his grave.
(1) raptures, quipped               (2) dark, came               (3) silence, grown               (4) hallucination, risen               (5) enjoy, awaken

Q4. Whether one believes it or not, there are still some people __________ us who could have become powerful____________ in strength and in financial means.
(1) about, either               (2) surrounding, neither               (3) above, here               (4) over, there               (5) around, both

Q5. When politicians became _________ and the bureaucracy __________ it is to the media that people turn for some guidance.
(1) corrupt, helpful               (2) venal, unresponsive               (3) dishonest, strong               (4) careless, dictator
(5) powerful, autocrat

Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Rearrange the following six sentences (A), (B), (C), (D), (E) and (F) in the proper sequence to form meaningful paragraph and then answer the questions given below.
(A) Knowledge has given him enough power.
(B) Man is a rational animal
(C) Due to their knowledge philosophers and religious preachers have exercised tremendous influence on the minds of gullible people.
(D) He has the power of reasoning, critical judgement and analysis.
(E) Thus, in spite of being physically weak, he has succeeded in establishing his supremacy over the animal kingdom.
(F) In fact, knowledge helps a man vanquish even a physically stronger being who is ignorant.

Q6. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
(1) A               (2) F               (3) E               (4) D               (5) B

Q7. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
(1) B               (2) A               (3) D               (4) E               (5) C

Q8. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
(1) C               (2) B               (3) A               (4) F               (5) D

Q9. Which of the following should be the FIFTH sentence after rearrangement?
(1) A               (2) F               (3) B               (4) C               (5) E

Q10. Which of the following should be the SIXTH (LAST) sentence after rearrangement?
(1) E               (2) D               (3) C               (4) B               (5) A

Answers

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

 

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. The Internet began with the development of?

a) USENET             b) ARPANET                c) Ethernet               d) Intranet               e) None of the above

Q2. Website is a collection of…………?

a) HTML documents              b) Graphic files             c) Audio and Video files               d) All of the above               e) None of the above

Q3. Who designed the first electronic computer – ENIAC?

a) John Mauchly            b) Joseph M Jacquard              c) J presper Eckert               d) Both (a) and (c)               e) None of the above

Q4. Which of the following is not a network?

a) Local Area Network            b) Wide Area Network           c) Optical Fiber               d) All are networks               e) None of the above

Q5. Which of the following is the largest unit of storage?

a) GB            b) KB              c) MB               d) TB               e) ZB

Q6. Which of the following is NOT a basic function of the operating system?

a) Manage memory                   b) Provide the word processing system                   c) Start the computer

d) Provide the user interface                e) None of the above

Q7. ASCII is a(n)________

a) Numbering system for representing numbers with decimals.

b) Character representation standard common in older mainframe computers.

c) Encoding standard used to represent letters and characters

d) Symbolic programming language that directly represents machine instructions.

e) None of the above

Q8. In CSMA/CD, the computer sends a fixed unit of data called a(n)_______

a) Node             b) Packet               c) Override               d) Token               e) None of the above

Q9. A global network made up of thousands of privately owned computers and networks is called the?

a) World Wide Web             b) Internet               c) Specialized search engine               d) Internet2               e) None of the above

Q10. Similar to a hub in an Ethernet network, a ____________ helps relay data between wireless network nodes.

a) Wireless port                 b) Wireless access point                  c) wireless adapter                 d) wireless transceiver

e) None of the above

Answers

 

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

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