# Quiz – 253

### QUANT QUIZ

Q1.A bag contains some Rs. 5 Coins. Rs. 2 coins and Rs. 1 coins with total number of coins being 52, and the total amount being Rs. 125. The number of five rupee and two rupee coins is 37. The numbers of Rs. 5 coins are ………
(a) 12             (b) 15             (c) 18             (d) 21             (e)None of these

Q2.The sum of the ages of A and B is four-third the age of C. The age of B is two-thirds the age of C. If the sum of the ages of the three persons is 35 years, find the age of B.
(a) 20 years             (b) 10 years             (c) 18 years             (d) 15 years             (e)None of these

Q3.There are four numbers P, Q, R and S. P is of the total of Q, R and S. Q is  is of the total of the P, R and S. R is  of the total of P, Q and S. If the total of the four numbers is 3480,
then find the value of S.
(a) -2124             (b) -1740             (c) 1567             (d) Cannot be determined             (e)None of these

Q4.Ajay and Vijay have some marbles with them. Ajay told Vijay “if you give me x marbles, both of us will have equal number of marbles”. Vijay then told Ajay “if you give me twice as many marbles, I will have 30 more marbles than you would”. Find x.
(a) 4             (b) 5             (c) 6             (d) 8             (e)None of these

Q5.A man travelled a total distance of 1800 km by plane, train and bus.  He travelled one –third of the whole trip by plane and the distance travelled by train is three-fifth of the distance travelled by bus. Find the distance travelled by bus.
(a) 450 km             (b) 850 km             (c) 1200 km             (d) 750 km             (e)None of these

Q6.Ajay bought a total of 12 oranges and 18 bananas for Rs. 84. When the cost of each orange doubles, he could buy 6 oranges and 16 bananas for Rs. 80. Find the cost of each banana.
(a) Rs. 3             (b) Rs. 2             (c) Rs. 4             (d) Rs. 5             (e)None of these

Q7.The cost of one pen and two books together is Rs. 70. The cost of three pens and nine books together is Rs. 300. Find the difference between the cost of a book and a pen.
(a) Rs. 30             (b) Rs. 20             (c) Rs. 10             (d) Rs. 25             (e) None of these

Q8.The present average age of a couple and their daughter is 35 years. Fifteen year from now, the age of the number will be equal to the sum of present ages of the father and the daughter. Find the present age of the mother.
(a) 43 years             (b) 40 year             (c) 48 years             (d) 45 years             (e)None of these

Q9.The cost of three pens, four erasers and ten sharpeners is Rs. 75. The cost of six pens. Seven erasers and twenty sharpeners is Rs. 146. Find the cost of each eraser.
(a) Rs. 3             (b) Rs. 4             (c) Rs. 5             (d) Rs. 6             (e)None of these

Q10.Shyam and Ram have some chocolates with each of them, if shyam gives 5 chocolates of Ram, both will have equal number of chocolates. If Ram gives the same number of chocolates to shyam, shyam would have twice as many    chocolates as Ram. Find the number of chocolates Ram has.
(a) 25             (b) 30             (c) 35             (d) 20             (e)None of these

1.(a)

Let the number of Rs. 5 coins be x, Rs. 2 coins be y and Rs. 1 coins be Z.

x + y + z = 52  ………………….. (1)

5x + 2y + z = 125  …………………… (2)

x  + y = 10 …………..(3) (2) ……….(1)

Gives that 4x + y = 73

x  + y = 37

3x = 36

x = 36/3=12

Number of Rs. 5 coins = 12

2.(b)

Let the age of A, B and C be a, b and c respectively.

a + b = 4/3c,  b = 2/3c

a + b + c = 35 = 4/3c + c = 35

7/3c = 35

C = 15, b = 2/3c = 10.

3.(b)

P = Q+ R+ S

Q = P+ R+ S

R = P+ Q+ S

By adding above all, we get

P+ Q+ R = 2(P+ Q+ R)+ 3S

-(P+ Q+ R) = 3S

Since

P+ Q+ R+ S = 3480

-3S+ S = 3480

hence, S = -1740

4.(b)

Let the number of marbles with Ajay and Vijay initially be A and V. If Vijay gives x marble to Ajay then vijay and Ajay would have V – x and A + x marbles respectively.

V – x = A + x …………………….. (1)

If Ajay gives 2x marble to Vijay then Ajay and Vijay would have A – 2x and V + 2x marbles respectively.

V + 2x –(A-2x) = 30 = V – A + 4x = 30 ……………… (2)

From (1) we have V –  A = 2x

Substituting V – A = 2x in equation (2)

6x = 30 = x = 5.

5.(d)

Total distance travelled = 1800 km

Distance travelled by plane = 600 km

Let distance travelled by bus = x

Distance travelled by train = 3x/5

x + 3x/5+ 600=1800

8x/5=1200=x=750 km

6.(b)

Let the cost of each orange and each banana be a and b respectively.

12a + 18b = 84

If the cost of each orange doubles, it becomes 2a

6(2a) + 16b = 80

12a + 16b = 80

Substracting equation (2) from (1) we get 2b = 4
hence, cost of each banana = 2 Rs.

7.(b)

Let the price of book be y and price of pen be x.

x + 2y = 70

3x + 9y =300

By solving the equations we get x = 10 and y = 30

The difference between the cost of book and pen is 30 – 10 = Rs. 20

8.(d)

Let the present age of the father, mother and daughter be f, m and d respectively.

(f+m+d)/3=35

f + m + d = 105   …………………….. (1)

m + 15 = f + d

Substituting f + d as m + 15 in (1),

we get 2m + 15 = 105

2m = 90 =m = 45 years

9.(b)

Let the cost of each pen, eraser and sharpener b p, e and s respectively.

3p + 4e + 10s = 75

6p + 7e + 20x = 146

Multiplying the first of the above equations by 2 and subtracting the second equation from it,

we get e = 4

10.(a)

Let the number of chocolates with shyam and Ram be S and R respectively. If Shyam gives 5 chocolates to Ram, he would have S – 5 chocolates and Ram would have R + 5 chocolates.

So S – 5 = R + 5

S – R = 10   …………………… (1)

If Ram gives 5 chocolates to Shyam, he would have R – 5 chocolates and Shyam would have S + 5 chocolates.

S + 5 = 2 (R – 5)

2R – S = 15

Adding (1) and (2) we get R = 25.

Number of chocolates with Ram = 25

### Reasoning Quiz

Q.1-3 : In each group of questions below are two/three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two/three statements disregarding commonly known facts.
Give answer (A) if only conclusion I follows;
Give answer (B) if only conclusion II follows;
Give answer (C) if either conclusion I or conclusion II follows;
Give answer (D) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows;
Give answer (E) if both conclusion I and conclusion II follow.

Q1. Statements: Some exams are tests.           No exam is a question.
Conclusions: I. No question is a test.               II. Some tests are definitely not exams.
2-3. Statements:  All forces are energies.              All energies are powers.                No power is heat.

Q2.Conclusions: I. Some forces are definitely not powers.                II. No heat is force.

Q3.Conclusions: I. No energy is heat.             II. Some forces being heat is a possibility.

Q4.No note is a coin. Some coins are metals. All plastics are notes.
I. No coin is plastic.            II. All plastic being metal is possibility.

Farmers found using chemical fertilizers in the organic-farming area of their farms would be heavily fined.
Which of the following statements is an assumption implicit in the given statement?
(An assumption is something supposed or taken for granted).
(A) Chemical fertilizers harm the crop.
(B) A farm’s area for organic and chemical farming is different.
(C) Farmers who do not use chemical fertilizers in the chemical farming area would be penalized as well.
(D) All farmers undertake both these kinds of farming (chemical as well as organic) in their farming.
(E) Organic fertilizers are banned in the area for chemical farming.

“Small brands are now looking beyond local grocery stores and are tying up with Supermarkets such as Big Bazar to pull their business out of troubled waters.”
Which of the following can be inferred from the given information? (An inference is something that is not directly stated but can be inferred from the given information)
(A) Merchandise of smaller brands would not be available at local grocery stores in the near future.
(B) Smaller brands cannot compete with bigger ones in a supermarket set-up.
(C) There is a perception among small brands that sale in a supermarket is higher than that of small grocery stores.
(D) Supermarkets generate more revenue by selling products of bigger brands as compared to the smaller ones.
(E) Smaller brands have always had more tie-ups with supermarkets as compared to small grocery stores.
7-10.Study the following information carefully and answer the given question:
A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (All the numbers are two digits numbers)
Input : tall 48 13 rise alt 99 76 32 wise jar high 28 56 barn
Step I :   13 tall 48 rise 99 76 32 wise jar  high 28 56 barn alt
Step II :  28 13 tall 48 rise 99 76 32 wise jar high 56 alt barn
Step III : 32 28 13 tall 48 rise 99 76 wise jar 56 alt barn high
Step IV : 48 32 28 13 tall rise 99 76 wise 56 alt barn high jar
Step V :  56 48 32 28 13 tall 99 76 wise alt barn high jar rise
Step VI : 76 56 48 32 28 13 99 wise alt barn high jar rise tall
Step VII :99 76 56 48 32 28 13 alt barn high jar rise tall wise
And Step VII is the last step of the above input, as the desired arrangement is obtained.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for   the given input.
Input : 84 why sit 14 32 not best ink feet 51 27 vain 68 92
(All the numbers are two digits numbers)

Q7.Which step number is the following output?
32 27 14 84 why sit not 51 vain 92 68 feet best ink
(A) Step V             (B) Step VI             (C) Step IV             (D) Step III             (E) There is no such stop

Q8.Which word/number would be at 5th position from the right in Step V?
(A) 14             (B) 92             (C) feet             (D) best             (E) why

Q9.Which of the following  represents the position of ‘Why’ in the fourth step??
(A) Eighth from the left             (B) Fifth from the right             (C) Sixth from the left             (D) Fifth from the left
(E) Seventh from the left

Q10. How many elements (words or numbers) are there between ‘feet’ and ‘32’ as they appear in the last step of the output?
(A) One              (B) Three             (C) Four             (D) Five             (E) Seven

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

### English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1 – 10): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical 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), i.e. ‘No error’. (Ignore the errors of punctuation, if any.)

Q1. (1)/These companies have been asked (2)/ to furnish their financial details (3)/ and information about (4)/ its board members. (5)/ No error

Q2. (1)/ The scheme which will be launched (2)/ during the next two years (3)/ require an additional investment (4)/ of one hundred crores. (5)/ No error

Q3. (1)/ Road developers unable (2)/ to finish their projects (3)/ on time will not be (4)/ awarded new ones. (5)/ No error

Q4. (1)/ We have taken on (2)/ the responsibility of (3)/ arranging the required training (4)/ and supervise the new staff. (5)/ No error

Q5. (1)/ The government has signed (2)/ a memorandum of understanding with (3)/ the company to set up (4)/ a plant in the state. (5)/ No error

Q6. (1)/ Owing the new policy (2)/ we feel that the targets (3)/ set for this year (4)/ may not be achieved. (5)/ No error

Q7. (1)/ Since the lack of (2)/ manpower we cannot (3)/ conduct the survey (4)/ in rural areas. (5)/ No error

Q8. (1)/ Palm oil is very beneficial (2)/ and is use to (3)/ make products ranging (4)/ from soap to biodiesel. (5)/ No error

Q9. (1)/ There are only (2)/ a few company (3)/ who can handle (4)/ projects of this magnitude. (5)/ No error

Q10. (1)/ The data shows that (2)/ the unemployment rate has (3)/ raised to 6.1 percent, (4)/ the highest in five years. (5)/ No error

1.(4) Substitute their for its.

2.(3) Substitute requires.

3.(3) Substitute in

4.(4) Substitute supervising.

5.(5)

6.(1) It should be: “Owing to the…..”

7.(1) It should be “Since we lack”

8.(2) Substitute used.

9.(2) Substitute companies.

10.(3) Substitute risen.

### Computer Quiz

Q1. Who developed the first electronic general-purpose computer?
a) Atanasoff and Berry             b) J. Presper Eckert             c) John W Mauchly             d) Charles Babbage             e) Both (b) and (c)

Q2. Which is the command used to remove text or graphics from a document and the information is then stored on a clipboard so you can paste it later on?
a) Cut             b) Clip             c) Chop             d) Chew             e) Chunk

Q3. ___________ is the ability of a central processing unit (CPU) to process multiple threads concurrently, appropriately supported by the operating system.
a) Multitasking             b) Multiprocessing             c) Multithreading             d) Multi-running             e) None of the above

Q4. If a word is typed that is not in MS Word’s dictionary, a wavy underline appears below the word. What is the color of the underline that appears in this situation?
a) Blue             b) Red             c) Green             d) Black             e) Pink

Q5. Which is the latest Office suite by Microsoft?
a) Office 2012             b) Office 360             c) Office 2010             d) Office 365             e) Office 180

Q6. Which among the following is a type of error that a compiler can check?
a) Syntax Error             b) Power Failure             C) Network Failure             d) All of the above             e) None of the above

Q7. To protect your system from computer hackers you must turn on a(n) _______.
a) USP             b) VLC             c) Another system             d) Script             e) Firewall

Q8. Which of the following is not an example of a Web Browser?
a) Outlook             b) Internet Explorer             c) Safari             d) Chrome             e) Firefox

Q9. XML stand for?
a) Extra Markup Language             b) Extensible Markup Language             c) Excellent Markup Language

d) Xerox Markup Language e) Xenome Markup Language

Q10. Generally, web address is also referred by _________.
a) Hyperlink b) HTTP             c) URL             d) Locator             e) Browser