Quiz – 245

Quant Quiz

Q1. The average age of two persons is 46 years. 16 years back the ratio between their ages were 1 : 2, then what is the difference between present ages of these two persons?
1) 16 years               2) 20 years               3) 24 years              4) 12 years              5) 8 years

Q2. In how many different ways can the letters of the word “MOBILE” be arranged?
1) 120               2) 240               3) 360               4) 720               5) 36

Q3. The population of a city is 480000. It increases by 8% in the first year and decreased by 9% in the second year. What will be the population of city after two years?
1) 565056               2) 471744               3) 518400               4) 481344               5) 523200

Q4. A train starts from Delhi and reaches Lucknow in 24.5 hours. If it travels the first half of journey at 30 kmph and second half at 40 kmph then what is the total distance it travelled?
1) 750 km               2) 800 km               3) 840 km               4) 900 km               5) 920 km

Q5. A wall have length 24m and breadth 16m. What will be total cost of painting it from both sides if rate of painting is Rs 8 per square metre?
1) Rs 5696               2) Rs 5856               3) Rs 6032               4) Rs 6144               5) Rs 6272

Q6. Mahesh sold an item to Shyam at 15% discounted value of printed rate. The discounted value is Rs. 867. If the printed rate is 20% profit on the purchase rate, then what is the purchase rate?
1) Rs 825               2) Rs 850               3) Rs 875               4) Rs 900               5) Rs 950

Q7. Vijay spent 25% of his monthly salary on food, 20% of remaining amount on house rent, and 8% of remaining amount on cloths. Now he is with Rs. 6624. How much amount he spent on cloths?
1) Rs 884               2) Rs 778               3) Rs 712               4) Rs 642               5) Rs 576

Q8. A mixture of 60 litres of milk and water contains 15% water. How much water must be added to make 40% water in the new mixture?
1) 12 litres               2) 15 litres               3) 20 litres               4) 25 litres               5) 30 litres

Q9. ‘A’ can do a work in 40 days. ‘B’ takes 60 days to complete it. ‘C’ takes as long as ‘A’ and ‘B’ would take working together. How long will it take A, B & C to complete the work together?
1) 12 days               2) 15 days               3) 20 days               4) 24 days               5) 30 days

Q10. What will come in place of both question marks (?) in the following equation?
75/? = ?/147
1) 49               2) 95               3) 115               4) 85               5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

 1. 2
Let the present age of these two persons are ‘x’ & ‘y’
(x + y)/2 = 46
x + y = 92
(x – 16)/(y – 16) = 1/2
2x – 32 = y – 16
2x – y = 16

Hence, x = 36 years & y = 56 years
Difference = 56 – 36 = 20

2. 4

Total number of letters is six and their is no repeatation.

So number of arrangements = 6! = 720

3. 2
Population = 480000 * 108/100 * 91/100 = 471744

4. 3
Let the total distance is ‘x’ km
x/(2 * 30) + x/(2 * 40) = 24.5
x/6 + x/8 = 245
(4x + 3x)/24 = 245
x = (245 * 24)/7 = 840 km

5. 4
Area of wall = 24 × 16 = 384 sqm
Area from both side = 2 × 384 = 768 sqm
Cost of painting = 768 × 8 = 6144

6. 2
Let the pruchase rate be ‘x’
Then, printed price = x + x * 20/100 = 6x/5
After 15% discounts, the price = 6x/5 – 6x/5 * 15/100 = 51x/50
51x/50 = 867
x = (867 * 50)/51 = 850

7. 5
Let his salary be x
x * 75/100 * 80/100 * 92/100 = 6624
x = 12000
Amount on clothes = 12000 * 80/100 * 75/100 * 8/100 = Rs. 576

8. 4
Let the water added be ‘x’ litre. Initially water was
15% of 60 litre ie 60 × 15/100 = 9 litres now water is (9 + x) litre
9 + x = (60 + x) × 100
40
45 + 5x = 120 + 2x
3x = 120 – 45 = 75
x = 25 litres

9. 1

(A + B)’s 1 day work = 1/40 + 1/60 = (3 + 2)/120 = 1/24
which is equal to C’s 1 day work
(A + B + C)’s 1 day work
= 1/40 + 1/60 + 1/24 = (3 + 2 + 5)/120 = 1/12
(A + B + C) can finish the work in 12 days.

10. 5
75/? = ?/147
?^2 = 75 * 147
? = sqroot(75*147) = 105

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5): Read each statement carefully and answer the following questions:
Q1.Which of the following expressions will be true if the expression 
R > O = A > S < T as definitely true? 
(a)O>T               (b)S<R              (c)T>A              (d)S = O               (e)T <R

Q2.Which of the following symbols should replace the questions mark (?) in the given expression in order to make the expression ‘P >A’ as well as ‘T ≤ L’ definitely true?
P>L?A≥N=T
(a)≤               (b)>               (c)<               (d)≥               (e)Either ≤ or ≥

Q3.Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given such a manner that makes the expression ‘B > N’ as well as ‘D ≤ L’ definitely true?
B ____  L____ O ____ N ____ D
(a)= , =, ≥, ≥              (b)>, ≥, =, >               (c)>, < =, ≤              (d)>, = , = ≥              (e)>, =, ≥, >

Q4.Which of the following should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression ‘A < P’ definitely false
_______ < _______< _______> ______
(a)L, N, P, A               (b)L, A, P, N               (c)A, L, P, N              (d)N, A, P, L              (e)P, N, A, L

Q5.Which of the following should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that makes the expression ‘F > N’ and ‘U >D’ definitely false?
F ____  O _____ U _____ N_____ D
(a)<, <, >,  =               (b)<, =, =, >               (c)<, =, =, <               (d)≥, =, =, ≥              (e)>, >, =, <

Directions (6-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it:
A group of friends having seven members A, B, C, D, E, F and G contains four men and three ladies. Each one of them has a different profession-stockbroker, lawyer, doctor, professor, engineer, businessman and banker and each one has passed out of a different college- P, S, V, W, X, Y and Z, not necessarily in the same order. None of the ladies is a businessman or a stockbroker. C is a doctor and she has passed out from ‘College X’. A is a ‘College Y’ passout. B is not a professor. E is a banker and is a ‘College S’ passout. F is a stockbroker and has not studied in ‘College P’ G is a businessman and has studied in ‘College V’. The professor is a ‘College Z’ passout. The lawyer has studied in ‘College P’. None of the ladies has studied in ‘College Y’ or ‘College S’.  

Q6.What is the profession of D? 
(a)Doctor               (b)Stockbroker               (c)Engineer               (d)Professor              (e)None of these

Q7.Who among the following is a lawyer? 
(a)A              (b)B              (c)E              (d)G              (e)None of these

Q8.Which of the following groups represents ladies in the group of friends? 
(a)A, B, C              (b)E, F, G              (c)B, C, D              (d)B, E, G              (e)None of these

Q9.From which of the following colleges has the stockbroker passed out? 
(a)W              (b)Y              (c)S              (d)X              (e)None of these

Q10.Which of the following combinations is correct? 
(a)B- Doctor- Female               (b)C-W-Male               (c)A-Businessman –Y              (d)D- Professor – Male              (e)None of these

Answers

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

 

English Quiz

Directions (1–5): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q1.A plethora of cultural talent ………….. the spectators busy at a talent hunt programme where students from various colleges get together to  ………… their mettle in various contests.
(a) tried, show              (b) kept, prove              (c) caught, puzzle              (d) held, learn              (e) made, sharpen

Q2.The ………… of Chinese plastic thread should be banned as it …………… thousands of birds every year during the kite flying season.
(a) sale, cripples              (b) sell, kills              (c) sale, disturbs              (d) sell, disables              (e) sale, saves

Q3.Harish ………….. with me some basic techniques that one can ………….. at home without even owning a drumset.
(a) made, shred              (b) imparted, try              (c) learned, balance              (d) fits, rehearses              (e) shared, practice

Q4.In the present case, the facts clearly …………. That the required reasonable degree of care and caution was not …………. by hospital in the treatment of the patient. 
(a) reflect, compressed              (b) fix, advancement              (c) show, proceeded              (d) observe, considered
(e) indicate, taken

Q5.Students from the Middle East and the African countries have ……….. been …………. Contributors to the pool of foreign students in the university.
(a) traditionally, major              (b) conservatively, crucial              (c) surprisingly, most              (d) intutively, salient
(e) annually, lucid

Directions (6–10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error 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 ‘e’ (Ignore errors of punctuation if any.)

Q6.The couple’s work in (a)/ upgrading rural technicians (b)/ has set a benchmarking (c)/ for future generations. (d)/ No error (e)

Q7.It has taking almost (a)/ a year for India (b)/ to let its pessimism (c)/ translate into fewer jobs. (/ No error (e)

Q8.The city needs an airport (a)/ that can efficiently manage (b)/ a constantly flow of (c)/ passengers and flights. (d)/ No error (e)

Q9.This group of (a)/ rural achievers is very (b)/ different than the (c)/ ones in the past. (d)/ No error (e)

Q10.The government has announced (a)/ plans to creating (b)/ one million new (c)/ training places. (d)/ No error (e)

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. Changing cardinality in a database is____?
a) A common database design task
b) A rare database design task, but does occur
c) A database design task that never occurs
d) Is impossible to do, so a new database must be constructed and the data moved into it
e) Not a database design task

Q2. Graphical pictures that represent an object like file, folder etc. are?
a) Task bar             b) Windows                   c) Desktop               d) Icons              e) Control Panel

Q3.Which memory is non-volatile and may be written only once?
(a) RAM              (b) EPROM              (c) EEPROM              (d) PROM               (e) None of the above

Q4. A DVD is an example of a(n) –
(a) hard disk              (b) optical disc               (c) output device              (d) solid-state storage device              (e) None of the above

Q5. Semi-Conductor Memory is known as?
(a) RAM               (b) Hard disk              (c) Optical disk               (d) All of the above              (e) None of the above

Q6. Which of the following is the advantage of Assembly language over Machine language?
(a) Easy to use              (b) Easy to understand              (c) Easy to modify              (d) All the above              (e) None of the above

Q7. To execute a given DOS program, you must type a(n) __________.
(a) command               (b) order              (c) syntax              (d) all of the above              (e) none of the above

Q8. What is the short cut key Split the document Window in MS Word?
a) Ctrl + Alt + V            b) Ctrl + Shift + >              c) Ctrl + Shift+ <              d) Alt+ Ctrl + S               e) None of the above

Q9. Which of the following is not a binary number? 
(a) 110010               (b) 201020               (c) 101010               (d) 100001               (e) 1011101

Q10. The full form of VDA is
(a) Virtual Desktop Access                (b) Visual Desktop Array               (c) Virtual Desktop Array
(d) Visual Desktop Access              (e) None of the above

Answers

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

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