Quiz – 294

Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-5): In each of these questions two equations are given. You have to solve these equations and give answer. 
Q1. I. 3×2 +13x +14 = 0              II. 3y2+11y+10 = 0
1) if x<y               2) if x>y              3) if x=y              4) if x≤ y              5) if x≥y

Q2. I. 49×2 —84x+36=0                  II. 25y2 — 30y + 9 = 0 
1) if x<y               2) if x>y              3) if x=y              4) if x≤ y              5) if x≥y

Q3. I. 3x +4y =49             II. 5x+ 8y=91 
1) if x<y               2) if x>y              3) if x=y              4) if x≤ y              5) if x≥y

Q4. I. x +(1/x)=17/4                 II. 4y^2 +4+17y =0 
1) if x<y               2) if x>y              3) if x=y              4) if x≤ y              5) if x≥y

Q5. I. x2 —9x +18 =0                 II. 2y2 —5y = 3 
1) if x<y               2) if x>y              3) if x=y              4) if x≤ y              5) if x≥y

Directions (6-10): What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?

Q6. 100    100     119    ?     299     562
(1) 184               (2) 220               (3)240               (4) 174               (5) None of these

Q7. 3   4  12  45  ?  1005 
(1) 152              (2) 198               (3) 144               (4) 192               (5) None of these

Q8. 1   3  9  31 ?  651
(1)97               (2) 127               (3) 129               (4) 109               (5) None of these

Q9. 5   12  36  123  ?  2555   15342
(1) 508               (2) 381               (3) 504               (4) 635               (5) None of these

Q10. 8    11   17   ?   65  165.5    498.5
(1) 27.5               (2) 32               (3) 28               (4) 30.5              (5) None of these


1.5           2.2            3.3         4.2            5.4           6.4            7.5              8.3             9.1              10.4


Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q.1-5): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions. Mark answer
1) If only conclusion I follows.
2) If only conclusion II follows.
3) If either conclusion I or II follows.
4) If neither conclusion I nor II follows.
5) If both conclusion I and II follow.

Q1.  Statement: N=K, D≤K, R<K
Conclusions: I. D=N              II. N>D

Q2. Statement:F≤M, M>R, K≥F
Conclusions: I. M>K              II. R≥K

Q3. Statement: H=K, T<H, W≤T
Conclusions: I. K>W              II. T<K

Q4. Statement: N>A, A<L, F=N
Conclusions: I. L>F              II. F>A

Q5. Statement:B≤D, D=M, F>M
Conclusions: I. B<M              II. F>B

Directions (Q.6-10): Below are given three statement a, b and c followed by four conclusions. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they appear to be at variance with commonly known facts, and then decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the given statements. For each question, mark out an appropriate answer choice that you think is correct.

Q6. Statements: a. All clips are watches.               b. All watches are telephones.                c. No clips are pins.
Conclusions: I.  Some watches are not pins.                II. Some telephones are pins.               III. No telephones are pins.
IV. Some pins are not watches.
1) None follows              2) Only I follows              3) Only I either II or III follow              4) Only IV and either II or III follow              
5) None of these

Q7. Statements: a. No oranges are bananas.               b. Some bananas are apples              c. All apples are fruits.
Conclusions: I. Some oranges are fruit.                II. All fruits are oranges.               III. Some bananas are fruits.
IV. Some apples are fruits.
1) Only I, III and IV follow              2) Only I and III follow              3) Only III follows              4) Only III and IV follow              
5) None of these

Q8. Statements: a. All glasses are plates.                b. All plates are spoons.               c. No spoons are bowls.
Conclusions: I.  No bowls are glasses.                II. No plates are bowls.                III. All glasses are spoons.
IV. All spoons are glasses.
1) All follow              2) Only I, II and III follow              3) Only I, II and IV follow              4) Only I and III follow              5) None of these

Q9. Statements: a. Only cars are motorcycles.               b. No motorcycles are bikes.                c. Some bikes are scooters.
Conclusions: I.  Some bikes are cars.                II. No bikes are cars.                III. Some scooters are not motorcycles.
IV. No bikes are motorcycles.
1) Only III and IV follow              2) Either I or II, III and IV follow              3) Only either I or II follows              
4) Only II, III and IV follow              5) None of these

Q10. Statements: a. Some tumblers are jars.               b. All jars are ladles.               c. All ladles are spoons.
Conclusions: I.  All jars are spoons.               II. Some tumblers are spoons.               III. Some ladles are tumblers.
IV. Some spoons are not jars.
1) All follow              2) Only I, II and III follow              3) Only II, III and IV follow              4) Only I and III follow              5) None of these


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


English Quiz

Diections(1 to 10). Find out the mistakes related to verb in the statements and choose the appropriate options anf if there is no mistake the write E as a option.

Q1.The Hen lay eggs yesterday
A.The Hen              B.eggs              C.lay              D.yesterday              E.No error

Q2.She is confident to last her tenure.
A.She              B.confident              C.is              D.tenure.               E.No error

Q3.It is time you get employed.
A.It              B.time              C.employed              D.get              E.No error

Q4.My friend and brother have come.
A.friend              B.brother              C. have              D.come              E.No error

Q5.He never has and never will take action.
A. He never              B. Has              C. and never               D. will take action.                E. No error.

Q6. The horse and carriage are at the store.
A. the horse              B. and carraige              C. are              D. at the store.                E. No error.

Q7. Either of the boys are eligible for selection.
A. Either of              B. the boys              C. are eligible              D. for selection.                E. No error.

Q8. It is time you should get employed.
A. It is              B. Time              C. You should              D. get employed.                E. No error.

Q9. The book is worth to read.
A. The book              B. is              C. worth              D. to read.                E. No error.

Q10. The news are being broadcasted to you from the all India Radio.
A.   The news              B. are being              C. Broadcasted to you              D. from the all India Radio.                E. No error

Answer & Explanation

1.c lay , Laid will be used in the place of lay as the sentence talk about past tense so verb will be used according to the sentence.

2.b confident, of lasting is used in the place of confident to last. confident is followed by the preposition of.(she is confident of lasting her tenure).

3.d get , got is used in the place of get.It is time is followed by simple past.

4.c have, has is used in the place of have .for singular verb we use has.

5.b Has taken. here, we have two auxiliaries “has” and “will” and both will be used with “TAKE”.

6.c is, Singular verb will be used. ‘horse’and ‘carriage’ are being considered as single entity, a single unit.
7.c is eligible. ‘Either’ takes singular verb.

8. got employed, ‘It is time’ is followed by past tense.

9. E. Reading. ‘worth’ is followed by gerund{verb+ing} not infinitive {verb+to}

10. Is being, ‘news’ is Singular and it will take singular verb


Computer Quiz

Q1. Who among the following is inventor of transistors?
(a) Walter Houser Brattain              (b) John William               (c) John Bardeen               (d) Charles Babbage              (e) Both (a) and (c)

Q2. In E-R diagram, relationship is represented by _________.
(a) diamond shaped              (b) circular shaped              (c) ellipse shaped              (d) square shaped               (e) None of these

Q3. What is periodically adding, changing and deleting file records called?
(a) renewing              (b) upgrading              (c) restructuring               (d) updating              (e) None of these

Q4. What is the short cut key to open Font dialog box in MS Word?
(a) Ctrl + F                        (b) Alt + Ctrl + F              (c) Ctrl + D                (d) Ctrl + Shift + D              (e) Alt + F4

Q5. What is gutter margin?
(a) Margin that is added to the left margin when printing              
(b) Margin that is added to right margin when printing
(c) Margin that is added to the binding side of page when printing
(d) Margin that is added to the outside of the page when printing
(e) None of these

Q6. Codec refers to _____?
(a) Coder-decoder              (b) Co-declaration              (c) Command declaration              (d) Command decoding              
(e) None of these

Q7. What are general purpose computers used for?
(a) Accounting              (b) Creating a small database               (c) Performs calculation               (d) All of the above              
(e) None of these

Q8. Which among the following is an architecture followed by P2P?
(a) Client/ server               (b) Distributed               (c) Centralized               (d) 1- tier               (e) None of these

Q9. A prescribed set of well-defined instructions for solving mathematical problems is called __________.
(a) a compiler              (b) a code               (c) a description              (d) an algorithm               (e) None of these

Q10. Copying a process from memory to disk to allow space for other processes is called____.
(a) Swapping              (b) Deadlock               (c) Demand Paging               (d) Page Fault               (e) Cloud Computing

Q11. Which of these is not a feature of Hierarchical model?
(a) Organizes the data in tree-like structure              (b) Parent node can have any number of child nodes
(c) Root node does not have any parent              (d) Child node can have any number of parent nodes
(e) All are features of hierarchical model

Q12. Palmtop computer is also known as _______.
(a) Personal computer               (b) Notebook computer               (c) Tablet PC               (d) Handled computer               (e) None of these

Q13. Which of the following option will not be helpful to instruct Word to stop bulleting paragraphs?
(a) press the enter key twice               (b) click the Undo button on the Standard toolbar
(c) press the backspace key to remove the bullet               (d) click the Bullets button on the Formatting toolbar
(e) All of the above

Q14. What is the function of an operating system?
(a) Manages computer’s resources very efficiently               (b) Takes care of scheduling jobs for execution
(c) Manages the flow of data and instructions              (d) All of the above
(e) None of these

Q15. The DBMS acts as an interface between what two components of an enterprise-class database system?
(a) Database application and the database               (b) Data and the database
(c) The user and the database application               (d) Database application and SQL
(e) None of these


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

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