Quiz – 248

Quant Mix Quiz

Q1.The average of four consecutive even numbers A, B, C and D respectively is 25. What is the product of A & D?
(a) 528               (b) 616               (c) 624               (d) 572               (e) None of the above

Q2.Subodh got 72 marks in Hindi, 68 marks in Science, 62 marks in Sanskrit, 74 marks in Maths and 64 marks in English. The maximum marks of each subject are 80. How much overall percentage of marks did Subodh get?
(a) 85               (b) 82               (c) 75               (d) 78               (e) None of the above

Q3.Amla’s monthly income is four-fifth of Meera’s monthly income Meera’s annual income is Rs. 4,29,600. What is Amla’s annual income? (In some cases monthly income and in some cases annual income is used.)
(a) Rs. 3,68,240               (b) Rs. 3,43,680               (c) Rs. 3,48,250               (d) RS. 3,66,080               (e) NOne of the above

Q4. The sum of 45% of a number and 20% of the same number is 4056. What is 85% of that number?
(a) 5043               (b) 5430               (c) 5034               (d) 5340               (e) None of the above

Q5. At present Satish is four times Madhur’s age. After eight years Satish will be 2.5 times Madhur’s age then. How many times will Satish’s age be  in another eight years time with respect of Madhur’s age then?
(a) 5               (b) 3               (c) 2               (d) 1.5               (e) NOne of the above

Q6. [{(?)^(1.8)}/72]=[24/{(?)^(1.2)}]
(a) 8               (b) 14               (c) 6               (d) 12               (e) NOne of the above

Q7. The simple interest accrued in 8 years on a principle of Rs. 22,500 is 128 percent of the principle. What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a.?
(a) 14               (b) 18               (c) 16               (d) Cannot be determined               (e) NOne of the above

Q8. Vishwas sold an item for Rs. 7,200 and incrueed a loss of 20%. At what price should he have sold the item to have gained a profit of 20%?
(a) Rs. 10,800               (b) Rs. 8,950               (c) RS. 11,200               (d) Cannot be determined               (e) NOne of the above

Q9. The average height of four boys was recorded as 170 cms. If the average of the heights of three boys out of the four was 172 cms., what  was the height of the fourth boy?
(a) 156 cms.               (b) 168 cms.               (c) 170 cms.               (d) 162 cms.                (e) None of the above

Q10. Out of the fractions 3/5, 7/9, 6/7, 2/3 and 4/11 what is the sum of the largest and smallest fractions?
(a) 1(17/77)               (b) 1(13/65)               (c) 1(13/77)               (d) 1(17/65)                (e) None of the above

Answer & Explanation

 

1 (b); Since Average of A, B, C & D=25

so, number are 22, 24, 26, 28

Required Answer=22X28=616

 

  1. (a); Required %=(72+68+62+74+64)/400=85%

 

  1. (b); Amla’s monthly income=4/5X429600X1/12

Amla’s  Annual income=4/5X429600=343680

 

  1. (e); 45% of x+20% of x=4056

85% of x=(4056/65)X85=5304

 

  1. (c); Let Madhur’s age=x

& satish age=4x

4x+8=2.5(x+8)

x=8

AGe of Madhur’s age after another 8 years=8+16=24

Age of Satish age after another 8 years=32+16=48

 

  1. (d)x^3 = 1728

x = 12

 

  1. (c)128 = (100X8XR)/100

R = 16

 

  1. (a);CP=7200X(100/80)

SP=7200X(100/80)X(120/100)=10800

 

  1. (e); Required Height=4X170-3X172

=688-516=172

 

  1. (a)

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions. A word and number arrangement machine is given an input line of words and numbers, it arranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of an input and its rearrangement.
Input: oral 92 ox boy 43 ink 52 tall 75 text 37 63
Step I: 63 oral 92 ox 43 ink 52 tall 75 text 37 boy
Step II: 52 63 oral 92 ox 43 tall 75 text 37 boy ink
Step III: 75 52 63 92 ox 43 tall text 37 boy ink oral
Step IV: 43 75 52 63 92 tall text 37 boy ink oral ox
Step V: 92 43 75 52 63 text 37 boy ink oral ox tall
Step VI: 37 92 43 75 52 63 boy ink oral ox tall text
And step VI is the last step of the above arrangement. As per the rules followed in the given steps, find out the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input: axe 29 37 that fox 92 make 73 engage 67 others 52

Q1. Which word/number would be at fifth position from right end in step III?
1) other                2) engage                3) 92                4) axe                5) make

Q2. How many numbers and words are between ’37’ and ‘axe’ in step V?
1) Five                2) Six                3) None                4) Two                5) One

Q3. How many steps would be required to get the final output?
1) Six                2) Four                3) Seven                4) Five                5) Nine

Q4. Which of the following represents the position of ‘engage’ in the third step?
1) Fifth from left                2) Third from right                3) Second from right                4) Sixth from left               5) Second from left

 

Q5. Which step number is the following output? 
’73 52 67 29 37 that 92 make others axe engage fox’
1) Step V                2) Step III                3) Step IV                4) Step II                5) There is no such step

Directions: Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer.
1) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
2) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
3) If the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4) If the data in both the statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
5) If the data in both the statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q6. What is the code for ‘fi’ in the coded language?
I. In the code language ‘fa fi fu’ means ‘you are beautiful’.
II. In the same code language ‘fa fi gu’ means ‘girls are beautiful’.

Q7. In which direction Kundan was facing initially?
I. If Kundan turns to the right and again to his right, he will be facing West.
II. If Kundan turns to his left and walks 1 km and then takes left turn and walks 1 km, he will be facing South.

Q8. P, Q, R, S and T are sitting around a circle facing the centre. Who is second to the left of Q?
I. Q is sitting between R and S. S is sitting immediate left of T.
II. P is sitting third of Q.

Q9. How many person goes to water park today?
I. Each pass holder can bring two persons with him/her.
II. 200 passes are sold till today.

Q10. C is the brother of D. How is D related to C?
I. D is the sister of E.
II. F is the husband of D.

Answer & Explanation

 

(1–5):

The machine rearranges the word in ascending order. Number are arranged alternatively in the increasing order and alternatively in the decreasing order i.e. least number followed by highest number, second least number followed by second highest number and so on……..

Input: axe 29 37 that fox 92 make 73 engage 67 others 52

Step I: 67 29 37 that fox 92 make 73 engage others 52 axe

Step II: 52 67 29 37 that fox 92 make 73 others axe engage

Step III: 73 52 67 29 37 that 92 make others axe engage fox

Step IV: 37 73 52 67 29 that 92 others axe engage fox make

Step V: 92 37 73 52 67 29 that axe engage fox make others

Step VI: 29 92 37 73 52 67 axe engage fox make others that

  1. 5
  2. 1
  3. 1
  4. 3
  5. 2

 

  1. 4

From I,

fa fi fu – you are beautiful,

Hence I alone is not sufficient to answer.

 

From II,

fa fi gu – girls are beautiful,

 

Hence II alone is not sufficient to answer.

 

Combining both I and II

 

We get,

fa/fi – are/beautiful,

 

Hence both I and II statements are not sufficient to answer.

 

  1. 3

 

  1. 1

 

  1. 4

Because, even by using both statements exact number of water park visitors cannot be calculated.

 

  1. 3

Data provided by both statement I and II show that D is female; So, both statements alone are sufficient.

 

English Quiz

Directions ( 1-10): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Chose the set of words for each blank that best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q1.    A controversial plan to build an immense dam in Brazil’s rainforest was stalled when it _______ a formidable bloc of _______ in ecologists and indigenous tribes alike.
(1) resulted, hostilities               (2) gained, supporters               (3) attracted, opponents               (4) lead, protesters
(5) drew, proponents

Q2.    According to a recent survey, sales figures of high – end cars have seen an __________ growth in the past year, which shows that Indian consumers have _________ the impact of recession.
(1) Unprecedented, negated               (2) unbelievable, suffered               (3) unusual, worsened               (4) insignificant , endured               (5) adequate, proven

Q3.    The National Knowledge Commission has said that India will have to bring _________ in education if it has to emerged as the most _______ workforce of the world.
(1) changes, biggest               (2) reforms, talented               (3) alleviation, skillful               (4) quality, brighter
(5) outcomes, demanded

Q4.    Norway has stolen a march over other developed countries by _________ that it would reduce 40% of its greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 and ___________ carbon neutral by 2030.
(1) allowing , turn               (2) posing, grew               (3) estimating, exist               (4) perceiving, arising               (5) declaring, become

Q5.    According to the language experts, children should begin talking in their mother tongue rather than a foreign language which can _________ affect their comprehension abilities leading to serious language based ________ later in their lives.
(1) significantly, abilities               (2) appropriately, achievements               (3) severely, advantages               (4) adversely, problems               (5) positively, issued

Q6.    Drawing attention to the pitfalls of __________ solely on Uranium as a fuel for nuclear reactors, Indian scientists warned that Uranium will not fast for long and thus research on Thorium as its ______ Must be revived.
(1) Using, substitute               (2) believing, replacement               (3) depending, reserve               (4) reckoning, option
(5) relying, alternative

Q7.    In an effort to provide ______ for higher education to all , most of the universities have been providing education without adequate infrastructure, thus churning out _______ graduates every year.
(1) chances, fresh               (2) platform, capable               (3) opportunities, unemployable               (4) prospects , eligible
(5) policy, incompetent

Q8.    The move to allow dumping of mercury _______ an outcry from resident of the area who __________ that high levels of mercury will affect their health and destroy ecologically sensitive forest area.
(1) resulted, insist               (2) provoked, fear               (3) incited, determined               (4) activated, accept               (5) angered, believe

Q9.    ___________ has been taken against some wholesale drug dealers for dealing in surgical items without a valid licence and maintaining a stock of _________ drugs.
(1) Note , overwhelming               (2) Step, impressive               (3) Execution, outdated               (4) Action, expired
(5) Lawsuit, invalid

Q10.  Even as the ____________ elsewhere in the world are struggling to come out of recession, Indian consumers are splurging on consumer goods and to _______ this growth, companies are investing heavily in various sectors.
(1) economies, meet               (2) countries, inhibit               (3) governments, measure               (4) nations, inflict
(5) companies, counter

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. Cell phones use ____________ to access the Internet.
a) micro browser software             b) a notation system            c) MMS technology              d) HTML language
e) None of the above

Q2. Which of the following is not valid version of MS Office?
a) Office 2010 b) Office Vista c) Office 2007               d) Office 365               e) None of the above

Q3. __________are ‘attempts by individuals to obtain confidential information from you by falsifying their identity.
a) Phishing               b) Computer viruses               c) Spyware scams               d) Viruses               e) None of the above

Q4. Which of the following is not a term pertaining to the Internet?
a) Hyperlink               b) Link               c) Browser               d) Search Engine               e) Mouse

Q5. What does the computer abbreviation KB usually means?
a) Key Block               b) Kernel Boot               c) Key Byte               d) Kit Bit               e) Kilo Byte

Q6. FPI stands for____.
a) Faults per inch               b) Frames per inch               c) Figure per inch               d) Film per inch               e) None of the above

Q7. The overall design, construction, organization and interconnecting of the various components of a computer system is referred as _____________.
a) Computer Algorithm               b) Computer Flowchart               c) Computer Architecture               d) All of the above
e) None of the above

Q8. A process of trying out a new product by independent users before it is finally manufactured/ developed–
a) Beta Test b) Alpha test c) Gamma test               d) All of the above               e) None of the above

Q9. All formula in Excel start with
a) %               b) +               c) =               d) –               e) None of the above

Q10. What is the standard query language supported by most DBMSs?
a) Object-oriented language              b) Report generator language              c) Structured Query Language (SQL)
d) Query-by-example (QBE)              e) None of the above

Answers

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

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