Quiz – 274

Quant Quiz

Directions (1-5): The following graph shows the ratio of export to import of two companies A and B. Based on this information, answer these questions.

Q1. If in the year 1993 export of Company A is Rs 2.25 crores, what is the import of Company A in the same year?
(1) Rs 2 crores                 (2) Rs 1.75 crores                 (3) Rs 1.5 crores                  (4) Rs 1.25 crores                 (5) None of these

Q2. If for Company B the total import is Rs 12 crores for the years 1990 and 1991, what is the total export for these two years?
(1) Rs 15 crores                 (2) Rs 30 crores                 (3) Rs 16 crores                  (4) Can’t say                  (5) None of these

Q3. If in the year 1991 the imports of Company A and Company B are Rs 2 crores and Rs 3 crores respectively, what is the ratio of their exports in the same year?
(1) 1 : 1                 (2) 2 : 3                 (3) 4 : 9                  (4) Can’t say                  (5) None of these

Q4. What is the percentage increase in the ratio of export to import for Company B from the year 1990 to 1991 ?
(1) 5%                 (2) 50%                 (3) 25%                  (4) 20%                   (5) None of these

Q5. In which of the following years was the difference between export and import of Company B the maximum?
(1) 1990                 (2) 1991                 (3) 1992                  (4) 1994                   (5) Data inadequate
Directions (6-10): Percentages of different types of employees of two different companies A and Bare given in the following pie-charts. The numbers of IT executives in Company A and Company B are 880 and 864 respectively. Answer the following questions based on this information.

Q6. What is the difference between the number of Software Developers in Company A and that in Company B?
(1) 132              (2) 134              (3) 136             (4) 138             (5) 140

Q7. In which pair is the difference between the numbers of employees of these two types the same for Company A and Company B?
(1) I & IV              (2) II & VI              (3) III & V              (4) I & VI              (5) None of these

Q8. What is the ratio of the number of Accountants in Company A to that in Company B?
(1) 55 : 54              (2) 4 : 3              (3) 5 : 4              (4) 25 : 22              (5) None of these

Q9. In Company B the number of IT Executives is what percentage more than the number of Quality Analysts?
(1) 112 %              (2) 133.33%              (3) 166%              (4) 176.6%              (5) None of these

Q10. If the number of Administrative staff was 770 in Company A, what would be its approximate percentage in the company?
(1) 13.5%              (2) 15%              (3) 16%              (4) 17%              (5) 18.5%

Directions (11-15): The following bar graph shows the percentage of boys and girls appeared for Class X exam for the period of five years 2005-2009. The line shows he total number of students appeared and the table shows the total students passed and percentage of boys and girls passed in the exam.

 

YearTotal Passed studentsPercentage of boysPercentage of girls
20058006040
20066605050
20075004555
20084004852
20098006436

 

Q11. What is the number of girls who failed in the year 2007?
(1) 75              (2) 80             (3) 85             (4) 90             (5) None of these

Q12. What is the sum of girls passed and boys failed in the year 2009?
(1) 546             (2) 556             (3) 566             (4) 576             (5) None of these

Q13. What is the difference between the total boys appeared and the total boys passed in the period of five years?
(1) 1146             (2) 1156             (3) 1166             (4) 1176             (5) None of these

Q14. What is the ratio of the total boys appeared in the year 2009 to the total girls passed in the year 2006?
(1) 7 : 5             (2) 7 : 4             (3) 7 : 3             (4) 7 : 2             (5) None of these

Q15. The number of boys passed in the year 2005 is what per cent more than the number of girls appeared in the year 2006?
(1) 10%             (2) 20%             (3) 25%             (4) 40%             (5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

1. (3)
Import of Company  A in the year 1993
E/I = 15/10
I =  (2.25 * 10)/15
I = 1.5 crore

2. (4) Can’t Say

3. (3) Exp of Company A in the year 1991
E/I = 2/1
E/2 = 2/I
E = 4 Crore
Exp of Company B in the year 1991
E/I = 3/1
E/3 = 3/1
E = 9 Crore
Req Ratio 4 : 9

4. (4) Req. Percentage = (3 – 2.5)/2.5 * 100 = 20%

5. (5) Data Inadequate

Solutions (6-10)

Total Number of Employees in company A = x * 20/100 = 880 = 4400
Total Number of Employees in company B = x * 24/100 = 864 = 3600

6. (3)
Total number of Employees of Software Developers in company A = 26/100 * 4400 = 1144
Total number of Employees of Software Developers in company B = 28/100 * 3600 = 1008
Required Difference = 1144 – 1008 = 136

7. (2)

8. (2) Ratio of the number of Accountants of company A to B =  528 : 396 = 4:3

9. (3) Required Percentage = (864 – 324)/324 * 100 = 166%

10. (4) Required Percentage = (770/4400) * 100 = 17.5% = 17%

Solutions (11-15)

11. (3)
Total number of Girls who appeared in 2007 = 1000/100 * 36 = 360
Total number of Girls who passed in 2007 = 500/100 * 55 = 275
Total number of Girls who failed = 360 – 275 = 85

12. (1)
Total number of girls passed in 2009 = 288
Total number of boys failed in 2009 = 770 – 512 = 258
Total sum = 288 + 258 = 546

13. (5)
Total number of boys who appeared in all 5 years = 2925
Total number of boys who passed in all 5 years = 1739
Total difference = 2925 – 1739 = 1186

14. (3)
Required Ratio = 770 : 330 = 7:3

15. (2)
Number of boys passed in 2005 = 480
Number of girls appeared in 2006 = 400
Req % = (480 – 400)/400 * 100 = 20

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight friends Saurav, Seema, Rakesh, Mukesh, Neha, Meena, Rajeev and Ramesh are going to watch a movie and they sit in the first row facing North. Seema is not sitting at any of the two ends. Only one person is sitting between Mukesh and Seema. Mukesh and Meena are sitting adjacent to each other, while none of them is sitting at the end of the line. Rakesh is not adjacent to Ramesh. Neha is sitting second to the right of Rakesh. Rajeev sits fourth to the left of Ramesh. Ramesh’s position is either at the sixth from the left end or fourth from the right of the line.

Q1. What is the position of Meena with respect to Rajeev?
1) Immediate adjacent             2) Second to right             3) Fourth left            4) Sixth to left             5) None of these

Q2. How many persons are sitting between Rakesh and Mukesh?
1) One             2) Two             3)Three             4) Four             5) None of these

Q3. Which of the following persons is sitting between the persons who are fifth from left and third from right?
1) Ramesh             2) Saurav             3) Mukesh             4) Seema             5) None

Q4. Which of the following pairs sit at extreme ends?
1) Rajeev, Seema             2) Meena, Ramesh             3) Rajeev, Mukesh             4) Rakesh, Saurav            5) None of these

Q5. If ‘Neha’ is related to ‘Ramesh’, ‘Meena’ is related to ‘Seema’, then in the same pattern ‘ Mukesh’ is related to which of the following?
1) Meena             2) Rakesh             3) Ramesh             4) Saurav           5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below :
A, B, C, D, E, F and G are seven friends sitting around a circular table. Three of them are facing outside the centre. E is between A and D and neither A nor D is facing towards the centre. G is not between F and C but the person between F and C is facing outside the centre. F is on the immediate left of A.

Q6. D is related to A, E is related to F and A is related to B in a certain way and hence form a group. On the basis of above arrangement, G is related with which of the following?
1) E             2) D             3) F             4) B             5) None of these

Q7. Which of the pairs given below has the first person sitting immediately to left of second person?
1) AE             2) ED             3) DG             4) FB             5) None of these

Q8. Which of the following are neighbours of C?
1) B and F             2) D and D             3) B and G             4) A and E             5) None of these

Q9. Which among the following is second to the left B?
1) A             2) G             3) D             4) C             5) F

Q10. Which of the following statements is not correct?
1) A is second to the left of D.             2) A is second to the right of B.             3) F is not on the immediate right of B.
4) G is on the immediate right of D.             5) None of these

Answers

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

 

English Quiz

Directions (1-10). Read each sentence to find out whether there is any grammatical error or idiomatic error in it. The error, if any, will he in one part of the sentence. The number of that part is the answer. If there is ‘No error’, the answer is ‘E’. 

Q1.Special arrangements  (A) / was made  (B) / for the ‘darshan’ (C) / of the idols  (D) / No error (E)/

Q2.The development came just days after DMK president  (A) / M. Karunanidhi expressed the hope  (B) / that the DMDK would eventually  (C) /  join them for the elections  (D) / No error (E)/

Q3.According to information, (A) / a group of six student went for a bath in the river (B) / beneath the railway bridge as part  (C) / of Holi celebrations and three of them drowned (D) / No error (E)/

Q4.In a decision described as a Holi gift  (A) /  to over one crore Central government employees and pensioners, (B) / the Union Cabinet on Wednesday  (C) / increases Dearness Allowance by 6 per cent  (D) / No error (E)/

Q5.The Chairman will expressed grave concern  (A) / over four reporters and two desk staff members  (B) / of Sakshi newspaper being called  (C) / to Mangalgiri police station in Guntur district (D) / No error (E) /.

Q6.Bhagat Singh played, (A) / in the hours and days after his hanging, (B) / a role that history will not recognised, (C) / acknowledged or learnt from  (D) / No error (E) /

Q7.Gandhi said that (A) / through the Karachi Congress (B) / and later that he deplored (C) / the cult of assassination and political violence (D) /  No error (E) /

Q8. Bomb attacks that have  (A) /  killed at least 31 people at the airport  (B) / and a metro station in the Belgian capital demonstrate that jihadists  (C) / remain a serious security threat to European societies  (D) / No error (E) /

Q9.Bengaluru have witnessed many (A) / incidents of accident victims being  (B) / denied treatment at hospitals or delays in  (C) / taking victims to hospitals in time (D) / No error (E) /

Q10.Universities is (A) / meant to provide a space  (B) / for free and informed (C) / debate and mutual learning (D) / No error (E) /

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. Which of the following has/is an application similar to MS Word?
a) Google Docs              b) OpenOffice               c) NeoOffice              d) Office Online             e) All of the above

Q2. What is the full form of OOP? 
a) Operational oriental process             b) Original output program             c) Object oriented programming              d) Orthogonal operation process
e) None of the above

Q3. Which of the following is not a computer programming language? 
a) Windows                b) PASCAL                c) BASIC             d) COBOL             e) JAVA

Q4. Which of the following technologies allows you to send voice communications over the Internet and avoid the toll charges traditionally incurred by consumers?
a) Telecommunication              b) Data communication              c) VoIP            d) Cellular and mobile computing            e) TCP

Q5. Graphical pictures that represent an object like file, folder etc. are?
a) Task bar               b) Windows              c) Desktop              d) Icons             e) Control Panel

Q6. Every device on the Internet has a unique _______ address (also called an “Internet address”) that identifies it in the same way that a street address identifies the location of a house.
a) DH                b) DA              c) IP             d) IA             e) None of the above

Q7. What is TCP/IP?
a) System Software               b) Protocols              c) Operating System            d) Device Driver            e) Register

Q8. What is Remote Desktop Connection?
a) It was known as Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 and earlier, it is one of the components of Microsoft Windows.
b) a technology that allows you to carry your computer in remote areas.
c) a technology that allows you to sit at the client computer and connect to the host remote computer in a different location
d) both (a) and (c)
e) All of the above

Q9. Which of the following device can understand difference between data & programs?
a) Input device                b) Output device             c) Memory            d) Microprocessor             e) None of the above

Q10. A hard copy would be prepared on a
a) Line printer              b) Dot matrix Printer            c) Typewriter terminal            d) All of the above             e) None of the above

Answers

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

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