# Quiz – 283

### QUANT QUIZ

Q1. A shopkeeper bought 30 kg of wheat at the rate of Rs. 45 per kg. He sold 40% of the total quantity at the rate of Rs. 50 per kg. Approximately, at what price per kg should he sell the remaining quantity to make 25% overall profit?

(1) Rs. 54/-            (2) Rs. 52/-            (3) Rs. 50/-            (4) Rs. 60/-             (5) Rs. 56/-

Q2. Arun invested a sum of money at a certain rate simple interest for a period of four years. Had he invested the same sum for a period of six years, the total interest earned by him would have been fifty percent more than the earlier interest amount. What was the rate of interest per cent per annum?

(1) 4            (2) 8            (3) 5            (4) Cannot be determined            (5) None of these

Q3. An amount of money is to be divided among P, Q and R in the ratio of 3 : 5 : 7 respectively. If the amount received by R is Rs. 4,000/- more than the amount received by Q, what will be the total amount received by P and Q together?

(1) Rs. 8,000/-            (2) Rs. 12,000/-            (3) Rs. 16,000/-            (4) Cannot be determined            (5) None of these

Q4. The ratio of the ages of a father and a son at present is 5 : 2. Four years hence the ratio of the ages of the son and his mother will be 1 : 2. What is the ratio of the present ages of the father and the mother?

(1) 3 : 4            (2) 5 : 4            (3) 4 : 3            (4) Cannot be determined            (5) None of the above

Q5. The total marks obtained by a student in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics together is 120 more than the marks obtained by him in Chemistry. What is the average marks obtained by him in Physics and Mathematics together?

(1) 60            (2) 120            (3) 40            (4) Cannot be determined            (5) None of the above

Q6. In a college, the ratio of boys to girls is 31 : 23 respectively. When 75 more girls join the college, this ratio becomes 124 : 107. How many more girls should join the college to make the number of boys and girls equal?

(1) 75            (2) 90            (3) 60            (4) 85            (5) None of these

Q7. The compound interest accrued on an amount at the end of two years at the rate of 12 p.c.p.a is Rs. 2,862/-. What is the amount?

(1) Rs. 11,250/-            (2) Rs. 12,200/-            (3) Rs. 13,500/-            (4) Rs. 10,000/-            (5) None of these

Q8. A 280 m long train, travelling at a uniform speed, crosses a platform in 60 seconds and a man standing on the platform in 20 seconds. What is the length of the platform?

(1) 640 m            (2) 420 m            (3) 280 m            (4) Cannot be determined            (5) None of these

Q9. A triangle has two of its angles in the ratio of 1 : 2. If the measure of one of its angles is 30 degrees, what is the measure of the largest angle of the triangle in degrees?

(1) 100°            (2) 90°            (3) 135°            (4) Cannot be determined            (5) None of these

Q10. In how many different ways can the numbers ‘256974’ be arranged, using each digit only once in each arrangement, such that the digits 6 and 5 are at the extreme ends in each arrangement?

(1) 48            (2) 720            (3) 36            (4) 360            (5) None of these

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

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5) Every question below has a few statement, followed by four conclusions numbered I, II, III and IV. You have to consider every given statement as true, even if it goes not conform to the well known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the conclusions can be logically follows.

Q1. Statement: I. Some trees are pens.            II. All pens are pencils.

Conclusions: I. All pencils are pens.            II. All trees are pens.            III. Some trees are not pens.            IV. All pencils are trees.

(a) Only I and II follow            (b) Only III and IV follow            (c) Only IV follows            (d) None of these            (e) None follows

Q2. Statement: I. All papers are bags.            II. No bag is green.

Conclusions:

I. No paper is green.               II. Some papers are green.               III. Some green are papers.              IV. Some bags are papers.

(a) Either I or II follows            (b) Only I and III follow            (c) Only I and IV follow            (d) None of these            (e) All follows

Q3. Statement: I. All bananas are apples.            II. All apples are oranges.

Conclusions: I. Some oranges are apples.            II. All apples are bananas.            III. Some bananas are not oranges.

IV. Some oranges are bananas.

(a) All follow            (b) Only I and IV follow            (c) Only I and III follow            (d) Only I follows            (e) None of these

Q4. Statement: I. Some pens are knives.            II. Some knives are horses.

Conclusions:

I. Some knives are pens.                II. Some pens are horses.                III. Some horses are pens.               IV. Some horses are knives.

(a) Only II and III follow              (b) Only I and IV follow             (c) Only IV follows             (d) Only I follow            (e) All follows

Q5. Statement: I. No chair is tree.            II. All trees are trains.

Conclusions: I. No chair is train.            II. No train is chair.            III. Some trains are trees.            IV. No train is tree.

(a) Only III follows            (b) Only III and IV follow            (c) Only I and II follow            (d) Only II and III follow            (e) None follows

B, D, P, M, F, H, K and W are eight friends who have completed their MBA programme with specialization — Marketing, Personnel, Operations, Systems and Finance. Three of them have passed with dual specialization. Operations and Systems were not offered as dual specialization with any of the remaining three specializations. P has passed with Marketing and Finance and earns the least. B has passed with Operations and earns more than F, D and K. W has passed with Personnel and earns less than only M who has passed with a dual specialization. B is third from the top when they are arranged in descending order of earnings. D earns more than K but less than F. No two of them have same earning. K, who earns more than H, has passed with Marketing whereas H has passed with dual specialization of Personnel and Finance. None of the three is having the same set of dual specialization. Two of them are having Systems specialization.

Q6. Which of the following pairs has the Systems specialization?

(a) BF             (b) BM            (c) FH            (d) Data inadequate            (e) None of these

Q7. Who among them earns more than F?

(a) Only M and B            (b) Only M, W and D            (c) Only M and W            (d)  Data inadequate            (e) None of these

Q8. Who among them earns more than only P?

(a) Only H            (b) Only M            (c) Only W             (d) Data inadequate             (e) None of these

Q9. Which of the following specializations is opted for most among them as either single or one of the dual specializations?

(a) Marketing             (b) Personnel            (c) Sytems            (d) Finance            (e) None of these

Q10. Which of the following dual specializations is applicable to M?

(a) Personnel, Marketing             (b) Marketing, Finance            (c) Personnel, Finance            (d) Data inadequate

(e) None of these

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

### English Quiz

Directions (Q.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 ‘5’. (Ignore errors of punctuation, if any).
Q1. The boy, who turned 18 on Friday and were on a joy ride with six other friends in a Mercedes, had allegedly run over a 32-year-old business                     1.consultant Siddharth Sharma in Civil Lines last Monday.
2. The boy, who turned 18 on Friday
4. and were on a joy ride with six other friends in a Mercedes, in Civil Lines last Monday.
5. No Error

Q2. Alcohol and elections seems to be the two great signifiers of Indian politics as they both mark its deep sense of hypocrisy, populism, cynicism and realism.
1. the two great signifiers of Indian politics
2. of hypocrisy, populism, cynicism and realism.
3. as they both mark its deep sense
4. Alcohol and elections seems to be
5. No Error

Q3. The death of more than a hundred people and injuries caused to scores by explosions in a storehouse, were a result of gross negligence, a combination of appalling carelessness and a reckless disregard for the safety of others.
1. were a result of gross negligence, a combination of appalling
2. The death of more than a hundred people and injuries
3. caused to scores by explosions in a storehouse,
4. carelessness and a reckless disregard for the safety of others.
5. No Error

Q4. The police and the organisers was in breach of the law on another count as well — that of bursting firecrackers after 10 p.m.
1. The police and the organisers
2. another count as well —
3. that of bursting firecrackers after 10 p.m.
4. was in breach of the law on
5. No Error

Q5. Not only the doctor but also the nurse of this nursing home is very kind and helpful to the attendants.
1. Not only the doctor
2. but also the nurse of this nursing
3. home is very kind and helpful
4. to the attendants
5. No Error

Q6. This summertime cultural festival has headlining acts of Bollywood singers and dancers, fashion designers and reknowned Goan bands in a series of nights of revelry that involves food, entertainment and drinks.
1. acts of Bollywood singers and dancers, fashion designers and
2. reknowned Goan bands in a series of nights of revelry
3. that involves food, entertainment and drinks
4. This summertime cultural festival has headlining
5. No Error

Q7. The tournament organiser of the ISL were not available for a comment on the development, while another source rubbished the report.
1. The tournament organisers of the ISL
2. were not available for a comment
3. on the development, while another
4. source rubbished the report
5. No Error

Q8. The findings from University of Edinburgh in the U.K. show that snakes did not lose its limbs in order to live in the sea, as was previously suggested.
1. as was previously suggested
2. The findings from University of Edinburgh
3. lose its limbs in order to live in the sea,
4. in the U.K. show that snakes did not
5. No Error

Q9. The Indian squad for the tour of Australia to play One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals against the host country in January 2016 is to be picked in Delhi on Saturday.
1. The Indian squad for the tour
2. of Australia to play One-Day Internationals and
3. Twenty20 Internationals against the host country
4. in January 2016 is to be picked in Delhi on Saturday
5. No Error

Q10.Speaking about the debacle in India, Smith said the Proteas was probably psyched out by the tough nature of the wickets and could really not recover from that.
1. Speaking about the debacle in India
2. Smith said the Proteas was probably psyched
3. out by the tough nature of the wickets
4. and could really not recover from that
5. No Error

1.3                2.4                3.1                4.4                5.3                6.5                7.2                8.3                9.5                10.2

### Computer Quiz

Q1. IBM was provided software for PC DOS by which of the following company?
(a) Microsoft                (b) Sony                 (c) Google                (d) Apple                (e) None of the above

Q2. Which of the following was used to program the first computer?
(a) Assembly language                (b) Machine language                (c) Source code                (d) Object code                (e) ASCII code

Q3. Charles Babbage is known to have conceived which of the following earliest Computing machine?
(a) Analytical engine                (b) ENIAC                (c) UNIVAC                (d) All of the above                (e) None of the above

Q4. In second generation, which type of memory was used to store data?
(a) Paper tapes                (b) Magnetic drum                (c) Magnetic core                (d) Magnetic tape                (e) Magnetic disk

Q5. The first electronic digital computer contained _________?
(a) Electronic valves                (b) Neural Networks                (c) Fuzzy Logic                (d) Semiconductor memory                (e) None of these

Q6. What is the blinking symbol on the screen that shows where the next character will appear?
(a) Cursor                (b) Delete key                (c) Arrow key                (d) Return key                (e) None of these

Q7. The dual-port version of DRAM formerly used in graphics adaptors is
(a) FPM DRAM                (b) EDORAM                (c) VRAM                (d) DDRSDRAM                (e) None of these

Q8. Which of the following is a term related with printer?
(a) DVD                (b) Cartridge                 (c) Hard-disk                 (d) Keyboard                (e) None of these

Q9. To justify the selected text, the shortcut key is _______.
(a) Ctrl+1                (b) Ctrl+J                (c) Ctrl+U                (d) Ctrl+Alt+K                (e) None of these

Q10. Trackball is an example of a/an
(a) Programming device                 (b) Pointing device                (c) Output device                (d) Software device                (e) Printing device

Q11. A micro-computer is a small, relatively inexpensive computer with a microprocessor. Which is the first micro-computer?
(a) Z2                (b) Titan-1                (c) MARK-B                (d) Altair                (e) None of these

Q12. Which of the following is the short cut key combination to make text bold in MS Excel?
(a) Ctrl + Down Arrow Key                (b) Ctrl + 2                (c) Ctrl + 3                (d) Ctrl + 4                (e) Shift+Alt

Q13. Which of the following supports 32-bit processor?
(a) Windows 2000                (b) Windows 7                (c) Windows 8.1                (d) All of the above                (e) None of these

Q14. Which among the following is the smallest unit of storage?
(a) Byte                (b) Bit                (c) Bug                (d) Nibble                (e) None of these

Q15. Which among the following is a language directly understood by CPU?
(a) Machine                (b) C                (c) C++                (d) Java                (e) HTML