Quiz – 255

Quant Quiz

Q1.A sum of money is divided among A, B, C and D in the ratio 3 : 5 : 7 : 11. If the share of C is Rs 1,668 more than the share of A, then what is the total amount of money of B and D together?
(1) Rs 6,762               (2) Rs 6,672             (3) Rs 7,506             (4) Rs 6,255             (5) None of these

Q2.Jay spent Rs 55,475 on his birthday party, Rs 28,525 on buying home appliances and the remaining 25% of the total amount he had as cash with him. What was the total amount?
(1) Rs 1, 05,000               (2) Rs 1, 00,000              (3) Rs 1, 12,000               (4) Rs 1, 24,000              (5) None of these

Q3.Vinay started a business investing Rs 42,000. After 4 month Nitin joined him with a capital of Rs 57,000. At the end of the year the total profit was Rs 26,000. What is the difference between the share of profits of Vinay and Nitin?
(1) Rs 1,200               (2) Rs 1,400             (3) Rs 1,600               (4) Rs 1,800             (5) None of these

Q4.The profit earned after selling an article for Rs 522 is the same as the loss incurred after selling the article for Rs 378. What is the cost price (in Rs) of the article?
(1) Rs 4602               (2) Rs 4903             (3) Rs 520                (4) Rs 5505             (5) None of these

Q5.The average age of a class of 65 boys was 14 years, the average age of 20 of them was 14 years, and that of another 15 was 12 years. Find the average age of the remaining boys.
(1) 16 years               (2) 13 years             (3) 17 years               (4) 15 years             (5) None of these

Q6.The Simple interest accrued on an amount of Rs 15,500 at the end of three years is Rs 5,580. What would be the compound interest accrued on the same amount at the same rate in the same period?
(1) Rs 6726.348               (2) Rs 6276.384             (3) Rs 6267.834               (4) Rs 6627.438              (5) None of these

Q7.The ages of Sachin and Jatin are in the ratio 8 : 11. After 10 years the ratio of their ages will be 13 : 16. What is the difference in their ages?
(1) 16 years               (2) 3 years             (3) 8 years                (4) 6 years             (5) None of these

Directions (8-12): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.

 Games Number of students from     various games A B C D E Football 125 250 100 175 250 Basket ball 175 200 195 245 225 Cricket 250 200 225 215 200 Tennis 240 210 200 130 165 Badminton 75 125 55 45 100

Q8.If 20% of the students playing football from school ‘A’ also play Badminton, what would be the total number of students playing Badminton from school ‘A’?
(1) 110                (2) 120             (3) 95                (4) 100             (5) None of these

Q9.The number of students playing Basketball from school ‘C’ is approximately what percentage of total number of students playing Basketball from school ‘E’?
(1) 75                (2) 87             (3) 94                (4) 70             (5) 81

Q10.What is the difference between the average number of students playing cricket from all the school and the average number of student splaying tennis from all the schools?
(1) 31                (2) 26             (3) 29                (4) 33             (5) None of these

Q11.The number of students playing football from school ‘D’ is what percent of the total number of students playing all the given games from that school? (Rounded off two digits after decimal)
(1) 20.61                (2) 21.59             (3) 22.60                (4) 20.59             (5) None of these

Q12.What is the difference between the average number of students playing all the given games from school ‘B’ and the number of students playing Badminton from that school?
(1) 72                (2) 65             (3) 78                (4) 69             (5) None of these

1.(2): Total share of B and D together = Rs (5 + 11) x (1668/ (7 – 3))

= Rs 6672

1. (3): 75% of total amount = 55,475 + 28525

= 84000

Hence, total amount = (4/3 x 8400)

= Rs 1, 12,000

1. (5):Ratio of their shares = 42 x 12 : 57 x 8

= 21: 19

Hence, required difference in shares = (21 – 19) x (26000/(26 + 19))

= 2/45 x 26000

= Rs 1300

1. (5): Cost Price = (522 x 378)/2

= Rs 450

1. (4)

2. (2)

3. (4) :
Let the Sachin and jatin age be 8x and 11x. Now

= (8x + 10)/ (11x + 10) = 13/16

= 128x + 160 = 143x + 130

=143x-128x = 160-130

= 15x = 30

= x = 30/15

= 2

1. (4) :Total no. of students playing badminton from school ‘A’ = 75 + [ (125×20)/100] = 100

1. (2) :required % =[ (100×195)/225] = 86.67%

1. (3) : required difference = 1/5 [(250-240)+(200-210)+(225-200)+(215-130)+(200-165)]

= (10-10+25+85+35)/5

= 145/5

=29

1. (2): required % = [175/(175+245+215+130+45)]×100

= (175/810)×100

= 21.60 approx.

1. (1): Average  no. of students playing all the given games from schools = [1/5 (250+200+200+210+125)]

= 985/5

=197

Hence, required difference = 197- 125

= 72

Reasoning Quiz

(1) There are seven persons A, B, C, D, E, F and G based in Delhi. Each of them is from a different state, has a different profession, and plays a different instrument.
(2) C, a doctor, is from Bihar.
(3) E and F play mandolin and violin, though not necessarily in that order.
(4) A is not from Kerala.
(5) The person from Kerala is an engineer and plays guitar.
(6) The lawyer plays sitar.
(7) The businessman from UP plays violin.
(8) The teacher and the cricketer play flute and piano, though not necessarily in that order.
(9) F is a pilot.
(10) The Maharashtrian is a teacher.
(11) The Gujarati plays piano.
(12) G, a Punjabi, does not play sarod.
(13) B is a cricketer.

Q1. Which state does A belong to?
A) Gujarat B) Kerala C) Maharashtra              D) Can’t say             E) None of these

Q2. Which instrument does B play?
A) flute  B) piano C) sarod             D) Can’t say             E) sitar

Q3. Which instrument does C play?
A) mandolin           B) sitar             C) violin             D) None of these             E) sarod

Q4. What is D’s profession?
A) Engineer           B) Lawyer             C) Teacher             D) Can’t say             E) Cricketer

Q5. Which state does E belong to?
A) Gujarat           B) Kerala             C) UP             D) Can’t say             E) none of these

Directions (1-5): Study the following information and answer the given question.
Eight friends−J, K, L, M, N, O, P and Q live on eight different floors of a building but not necessarily in the same order. The lowermost floor of the building is numbered one, the one above that is numbered two and so on till the topmost floor is numbered eight. J lives on floor numbered 4. Only one person lives between J and L. O lives on the floor immediately below L. Only one person lives between O and P. P lives above O. O lives on floor numbered 5. Only one person live between K and N, M lives on an even numbered floor but does not live on floor numbered 8.  K lives below Q’s floor.

Q6. Four of the following five are alike as per the given arrangement and thus form a group. Which of the following does not belong to that group?
(A) PO             (B) QL             (C) MJ             (D) LJ             (E) MN

Q7. Who lives exactly between the floors on which L and J live?
(A) K             (B) P             (C) O             (D) N              (E) M

Q8. Who amongst the following lives on floor numbered 2?
(A) M             (B) L             (C) O             (D) Q             (E) P

Q9. Which of the following is true about M as per given arrangement?
(A) M lives on the lowermost floor.             (B) K lives on one of the floor below M.             (C) All the given statements are true.            (D) Only two people live between M and O.             (E) M lives on an odd numbered floor.

Q10. If L and Q interchange their places and so do M and J, who amongst the following will live between the floors on which M and P live, as per the given arrangement?
(A) Only Q             (B) No one             (C) Only L             (D) Both P and L              (E) Both Q and O

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

English Quiz

Directions (Q. 1–5): Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical 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 5). (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any)

Q1. As mentioned on the application form 1)/ please write 2)/ your name 3)/ only with ink. 4)/ No error 5)

Q2. Small industrialist 1)/ could not get 2)/ the require support 3)/ from share holders. 4) /No error 5)

Q3. She who knows 1)/ all pros and cons 2)/ of this crisis 3)/ can wield a lot of power. 4)/No error 5)

Q4. Not only I 1)/ but also my employees 2)/ was injured 3)/ in the accident. 4)/ No error 5)

Q5. I am trying 1)/ to convince them 2)/ for the last one week 3)/ to join with us. 4)/ No error 5)

Directions (Q. 6–10): In each of the following sentences there are two blank spaces. Below each sentence there are five pairs denoted by numbers 1), 2), 3), 4) and 5). Find out which pair of words can be filled up in the blanks in the sentence in the same sequence to make it meaningfully complete.

Q6. The _____ condition of our company is bad and _____ to improve in the near future.
1) fiscal, able              2) economical, unlikely              3) financial, unlikely             4) market, likely              5) pecuniary, seems

Q7. As this is an important _____ each of us has something to say ____ this.
1) concern, behalf              2) point, for              3) context, at              4) issue, on              5) matter, in

Q8. ____ else should be _____ responsible for this accident.
1) None, held              2) Something, called              3) Someone, freed              4) Nobody, came              5) Whom, found

Q9. Most of the countries have come forward to ____ the ____ operations being carried in the earthquake affected areas.
1) fund, rescue              2) reserve, giant              3) endow, recent              4) debt, current              5) supply, particular

Q10. He failed ____ why he could not complete the project _____ the given time limit.
1) explaining, within              2) to explain, within              3) to disclose, under             4) to analyse, for              5) to illustrate, of

1. 4; Replace ‘with’ with ‘in’

2. 3; Replace ‘require’ with ‘required’

3. 2; Add ‘the’ before ‘pros and cons’

4. 3; Replace ‘was’ with ‘were’

5. 1; Replace ‘am’ with ‘have been’

6. 3

7. 5

8. 1

9. 1

10. 2

Computer Quiz

Q1. Which feature helps to search the text through reference material such as dictionaries, encyclopedias and translation services?
a) Translation           b) Research              c) Find             d) Font             e) Table

Q2. What is a note or an annotation that an author or reviewer adds to a document?
a) Comment            b) Caption             c) Footer             d) Header             e) Underline

Q3. What is a small arrow or blinking symbol i.e. a movable indicator on desktop is called?
a) Logo           b) Mouse             c) Cursor              d) Palm             e) Hand

Q4. What type of technology captures spoken words and forms them into sentences that a computer can understand and react to?
a) Language translators           b) Automatic speech recognition             c) Interpreters             d) Dialogue decipher
e) Bio-metrics

Q5. 3GPP is the acronym for?
a) 3rd Group Partnership           b) 3rd Generation People’s Project             c) 3rd General Project Presented
d) 3rd Generation Partnership Project           e) None of the above

Q6. ARP (address resolution protocol) is ________.
a) A TCP/IP protocol used to dynamically bind a high level IP address to a low level physical hardware address
b) ATCP/IP high level protocols for transferring files from one machine to another
c) a protocol used to monitor computers
d) a protocol that handles error and control messages
e) All of the above

Q7. Which type of system can learn and adjust to new circumstances by themselves?
a) Database management system           b) Expert systems             c) Geographical systems
d) Artificial Neural networks            e) File based systems

Q8. Select the odd one out:
a) Interpreter            b) Operating system             c) Compiler              d) Assembler             e) Both (a) and (d)

Q9. Which among the following was the first graphical web browser?
a) Mosaic            b) WAIS             c) CERN             d) Gopher             e) None of the above

Q10. Which of the following is used for close a tab on a browser?
a) Ctrl + T             b) Ctrl + W             c) Ctrl + A             d) Ctrl + Y             e) Alt + F4