Quiz – 260

Quant Quiz

Q1. If the length, breadth and height of a rectangular parallelepiped are in the ratio 6 : 5 : 4 and if the total surface area is 33300 sq. cm, then the length, breadth and the height of the parallelepiped (in cm) respectively are:
(a) 90, 85, 60              (b) 85, 75, 60              (c) 90, 75, 70               (d) 90, 75, 60              (e) None of these 

Q2. A wooden box of dimensions 8 m X 7 m X 6 m is to carry rectangular boxes of dimensions 8 cm X 7 cm X 6 cm. The maximum number of boxes that can be carried in the wooden box, is:
(a) 9800000              (b) 7500000              (c) 1000000              (d) 1200000              (e) None of these 

Q3. The length of longest pole that can be placed on the floor of a room is 10 m and the length of longest pole that can be placed in the room is 10(2)^(1/2)m. The height of the room is:
(a) 6 m              (b) 7.5 m              (c) 8 m              (d) 10 m              (e) None of these 

Q4. The length, breadth and height of a cuboid are in the ratio 1 : 2 : 3. The length, breadth and height of the cuboid are increased by 100%, 200% and 200% respectively. Then, the increase in the volume of the cuboid is:
(a) 5 times              (b) 6 times              (c) 12 times              (d) 17 times              (e) None of these 

Q5. How many bags of grain can be stored in a cuboid granary  8 m X 6 m X 3 m, if each bag occupies a space of 0.64 m^3?
(a) 8256              (b) 90              (c) 212              (d) 225              (e) None of these 

Q6. If three equal cubes are placed adjacently in a row, the ratio of the total surface area of the new cuboid to that of the sum of the surface areas of the three cubes is:
(a) 4 : 3              (b) 5 : 2              (c) 7 : 9              (d) 7 : 16              (e) None of these 

Q7. Half cubic metre of gold sheet is extended by hammering so as to cover an area of one hectare. The thickness of the sheet is:
(a) 0.5 cm              (b) 0.05 cm               (c) 0.005 cm               (d) 0.0005 cm              (e) None of these 

Q8. A tank 3 m long, 2 m wide and 1.5 m deep is dug in a field 22 m long and 14 m wide. If the earth dug out is evenly spread over the field, the rise in level of the field will be:
(a) .299 cm              (b) .29 cm               (c) 2.98 cm               (d) 4.15 cm              (e) None of these 

Q9. A rectangular water tank is open at the top. Its capacity is 24 m^3. Its length and breadth are 4 m and 3 m respectively. Ignoring the thickness of the material used for building the tank, the total cost of painting the  inner and outer surfaces of the tank at the rate of Rs. 10 per m^2 is:
(a) Rs. 400              (b) Rs. 500              (c) Rs. 600              (d) Rs. 800              (e) None of these 

Q10. The length of a hall is 15 m and width 12 m. The sum of the areas of the floor and the flat roof is equal to the sum of the areas of the four walls. The volume of the hall is :
(a) 1800 m^3              (b) 1200 m^3              (c) 900 m^3               (d) 720 m^3              (e) None of these 

Answer & Explanation

 

Sol 1. (d); Let Length, breadth & height of a pipe=6x, 5x & 4x 

2(6x*5x+5x*4x+6x*4x)=33300

x=15

so, l=90, b=75, h=60

Sol 2. (c); Number of boxes=(800X700X600)/(8X7X6)=1000000

Sol 3. (d); l^2+b^2=(10)^2 …………..(i)

& l^2+b^2+h^2=[10(2)^(1/2)]^2 ………….(ii)

from eq. (i) & (ii)

h=10

Sol 4. (d); Let initial l=x, b=2x, h=3x

after increase l=2x, b=6x, h=9x

original volume=x*2x*3x=6x^3 

New volume=2x*6x*9x=108x^3 

increase in volume=(102x^3)/(6x^3)=17 time

Sol 5. (d); Number of boys=(8X6X3)/0.64=225


Sol 6. (c); Let edge of each cube = a cm

total surface area of these cubes=3X6a^2=18 a^2

length of new Cuboid=3a

breath=a, height=a

S.A of this Cuboid=2(3a^2+a^2+3a^2)=14a^2 

Required ratio=14a^2/18a^2=7 : 9

Sol 7. (c); Thickness=volume/Area=0.5/10000 m=0.005 cm

 

Sol 8. (c); Area of Field=(22X14)=308 m^2

Area of tank= 3X2=6 m^2

Rise in level=Volume/ Area= [(3X2X1.5)X100]/(308-6)cm=2.98 cm

Sol 9(d). Height=Volume/Area=24/(4X2)= 2 m

Area to be painted=2(l+b)h+lb

=2(4+3)X2+X4X3

=28+12= 40

since painting has to be done on both side 

so,total area = 2*40 = 80 

hence total cose = 80*10= 800 

Sol 10, (b); 2X15X12=2(15+12)Xh

h=(2X15X12)/(2X27)=20/3 m 

Volume =15X12X(20/3)=1200 m^3

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-2): Study of  the following information and  answer the questions given below:
Each of the Five friends – Amit, Bhola, Chandan, Durgesh and Anita travel different distances to his/her home. Amit travels more than Bhola but less than Anita. Durgesh travel more than only Chandan. The one who travels the most, travels 60km. Bhola travels 30 km to his home.

Q1. Who amongst the following possibly travels 10 km to his home?
1) Amit               2) Chandan               3) Durgesh              4) Can’t be determined              5) None of these

Q2. Who amongst the following possibly travels more than 30 km but less than Anita?
1) Amit               2) Bhola               3) Durgesh              4) Can’t be determined               5) Either Amit or Durgesh

Q3. A man starts driving from home, drives 5 km towards North, takes a left turn and drives for 8km. He then takes a left turn and drives for 11km before taking a left turn again and drives for further 8km. The man finally takes a left turn and drives 4 km before stopping. How far and in which direction should the man drive to reach the home?
1) 2 km towards North               2) 5 km towards East               3) 6 km towards South              4) 3 km towards West             
5) 1 km towards North

Q4. How many pairs of letters are there in the word SOMETHING which have as many letters between them as in the English alphabet?
1) One               2) Two               3) Three               4) Four              5) More than four

Q5. Make a meaningful word from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, eleventh and twelfth letters of the word PRECIPITATES, using each letter only once. If only one such word can be made what would be the third letter of that word? If more than one such word can be made, your answer would be ‘Y’. If no word can be made your answer would be ‘X’.
1) X               2) Y               3) E               4) C               5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions.
In a certain code language “banking industry always growing up” is written as “lo pa mn sa pe” and “customer is banking oriented” is written as “mn te ku pu” “some oreinted people perfect industry” written as “te kuk bee yup lo”, “system banking perfect customer” “mn yup me pu” and “some industry of customer perfect” is written as “bee lo jee pu yup”.

Q6. What is the code for “oriented”?
1) mn               2) pu               3) te              4) kuk               5) None of these

Q7. ‘perfect banking industry in india” may be written as which of the following?
1) bee yup mn lo te               2) lo yup mn yo bee               3) yup mn la me pa              4) mn yup lo loo lee              5) None of these

Q8. What does ‘sa’ stand for?
1) up               2) Either ‘growing’ or ‘up’ or ‘always’              3) Either ‘growing’ or ‘always’               4) Either ‘growing’ or always              5) None of these

Q9. ‘te bee yup’ is the code for
1) oriented some perfect               2) oriented people perfect               3) people industry some              4) people perfect is             
5) None of these

Q10. What is the code for ‘industry’?
1) jee               2) pu               3) yup              4) me               5) None of these

Answers

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

 

English Quiz

Q1.There will be no scrutiny (A)/ or enquiry of money declared, neither (B)/ under the Income-Tax Act or the Wealth Tax Act (C)/ and the declarants will have immunity (D)/ from prosecution(E).

Q2.The government have (A)/ decided to open a one-time (B)/,four-month compliance window (C)/ for domestic black (D)/ money- holders(E).

Q3.The victim was persuaded (A)/ to recall back what had (B)/ happened with her but (C)/ she was unable to recollect anything (D)/ No error(E).

Q4.The process to be adopted by the government (A)/ for these activities has to be defined (B) /because the government is responsible for (C)/ any objects put up in space and for (D)/ what happens to it in orbit or because of it(E).

Q5.The carbonic acid (A) /thus produced leads to (B) /ocean acidification by decreasing the pH of the ocean (C)/, reducing the concentration of (D)/ the carbonate ion(E).

Q6.Should have been nice (A)/ if we could have (B)/ played this game before (C)/ the Australia one, would have (D)/ had a better idea of the conditions(E).

Q7.The Constitution granted (A)/ the right to citizens (B)/ to join such bodies to (C) / pursue their interest in (D)sports, religion, culture and art etc(E).

Q8.We swap up to the drowning man,(A)/ caught hold of his clothes,(B)/ before he could go down (C) / again and pulled him, (D) / out safe to the shore(E).

Q9.The scheme which (A)/ will be launched during (B)/ the next two years  (C)/ require an additional investment (D)/ of one hundred crores(E).

Q10. Household spends will support (A)/ real domestic growth of 2 percent or perhaps (B)/ more, because real earnings are rising at 2 percent(C),/ house prices are increasing (D)/ even faster in real terms and employment prospects are good(E).

Answers

  1. Ans-B, Neither should be replaced by Either.er.
  2. Ans-A, Has.
  3. Ans-B,Back will be removed.
  4. Ans-Objects will be removed by object.
  5. Ans- E, The should be removed.
  6. Ans-A, Should replaced by Would.
  7. Ans- A ,Grants replace Granted.
  8. Ans-C,Would replace could.
  9. Ans-D, Requires will be placed in the place of require.
    10. Ans-A ,Spends will be replaced by Spending.

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. 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

Q2. The CPU in a computer is an example of ______.

a) Hardware              b) Software              c) Input Device               d) A program              e) An Instruction

Q3. Which of the following is not a valid memory unit?

a) ILB             b) KB               c) YB              d) PB              e) Byte

Q4. The Internet is a system of ______.

a) Bugs             b) Interconnected networks              c) System software              d) Operating systems              e) None of the above

Q5. Pascal is:

a) A high-level programming language              b) Named after Blaise Pascal

c) Named after mathematician that facilitates structured programming techniques             d) All of the above      

e) None of the above

Q6. Analog computers works on the supply of ___________.

a) Continuous electrical pulses          b) Input of varying voltage              c) Magnetic strength              d) Digital inputs             

e) None of the above

Q7. A step by step procedure used to solve a problem is called a/an:

a) Operating system            b) None of the above              c) Application Program              d) Algorithm              e) All of the above

Q8. Computer mouse is also known as __________.

a) Pointing Device            b) Scanning Device             c) Sensing Device              d) Moving Device              e) All of the above

Q9. What is an Offline device?

a) A device which is not connected to CPU               b) A device which is connected to CPU c) A direct access storage device                 d) A system software              e) All of the above

Q10. RAM is a part of _________.

a) Internet              b) Keyboard              c) System unit               d) Monitor              e) None of the above

Answers

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

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