Quiz – 300

Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. 1-6): For the two given equations I and II.
Give answer:
(1) If p is greater than q.
(2) If p is smaller than q.
(3) If p is equal to q.
(4) If p is either equal to or greater than q.
(5) If p is either equal to or smaller than q.

Q1. I. 6p^2+5p+1=0                     II. 20q^2+9q=-1

Q2. I. 3p^2+2p-1=0                     II. 2q^2+7q+6=0

Q3. I. 3p^2+15p=-18                     II. q^2+7q+12=0

Q4. I. p=√4/√9                     II. 9q^2-12q+4=0

Q5. I. p^2+13p+42=0                     II. q^2=36

Q6. I. p=10                     II. q=√100

Directions (Q. 7-10): Study  following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:
Income and Expenditure of various Companies during a year (Profit=Income-Expenditure)

Q7. What is the average income earned by all the companies together?
(1) Rs. 34,50,00,000/-                     (2) Rs. 33,50,00,000/-                     (3) Rs. 33,50,000/-                     (4) Rs. 3,45,00,00/-
(5) None of these

Q8. Expenditure incurred by Company C is approximately what per cent to the expenditure incurred by company B?
(1) 41%                     (2) 57%                     (3) 62%                     (4) 51%                     (5) 65%

Q9. What is the approximate difference between the percent profit earned by Company A and that by Company D?
(1) 5%                     (2) 20%                     (3) 35%                     (4) 15%                     (5) 25%

Q10. What is the total expenditure incurred by all the companies together?
(1) Rs. 1,37,50,000/-                 (2) Rs. 1,37,50,00,000/-                   (3) Rs. 13,75,00,00,000/-                     (4) Rs. 13,75,000/-                     (5) None of these

Answer & Explanation


  1. 6p^2+5p+1=0



  1. 20q^2+9q+1=0




  1. (1)I. 3p^2+2p-1=0



  1. 2q^2+7q+6=0



  1. (4)
  2. 3p^2+15p+18=0



  1. q^2+7q+12=0




  1.  (3)
  2. p=√4/√9=2/3
  3. 9q^2-12q+4=0




  1. (5)I. p^2+13p+42=0



  1. q^2=36



  1. (3)
  2. p=10
  3. q=10


  1. (4); Required average income=(3.5+3.25+2.5+4.25+3.75)/5=17.25/5=Rs.3.45 crore =Rs.3,45,00,000/-
  2. (2); Required percentage=2/3.5×100≈57%
  3. (3); Required difference=(3.5-2.25)/2.25×100-(4.25-3.5)/3.5×100
  4. (5); Total expenditure=2.25+3.5+2+3.5+2.5=Rs. 13.75 crore=Rs. 13,75,00,000/-


Reasoning Quiz

Direction: 1-2
A family consists of six persons. A is E’s grandfather, E is the niece of B and D. A has three children, a daughter and two sons. B is F’s sister-in-law. D is unmarried. C is also a member of this family.

Q1. How is C related to F?
(a) husband                     (b) wife                      (c) brother-in-law                      (d) brother                     (e) None of these

Q2. How is B related to A?
(a) son                      (b) daughter                     (c) sister                      (d) brother                     (e) None of these

Ques. 3 Pointing towards a man in a photograph, a woman said, “He is the father of the brother of my father”. How is the man related to the woman?
(a) father                      (b) uncle                      (c) grandfather                      (d) uncle or father                     (e) None of these

Ques. 4 In a certain code language, ‘kew xas huma deko’ means ‘she is eating apples’. ‘kew tepo qua’ means ‘she sells toys’ and ‘sut time deko’ means ‘I like apples’. Which words in the language means ‘she’ and ‘apples’?
(a) ‘xas’ and ‘deko’                       (b) ‘deko’ and ‘tepo’                     (c) ‘kew’ and ‘deko’                     (d) ‘xas’ and ‘kew’
(e) cannot be determined

Ques.5 In a certain code language OPTION is coded as UKXFQM. How will CHOICE be coded?
(a) HLRKDF                      (b) ICSFEF                     (c) ICKFED                      (d) IMRLEF                     (e) None of these

Ques. 6 Ajay facing east travelled 10 km straight, then he took a left turn and moved another 5 km, then he again took a left turn and moved further 10 km. How far is he from the starting point?
(a) 15 km                      (b) 5 km                     (c) 10 km                      (d) 20 km                     (e) 25 km

Direction (7 to 10) : Each question below is followed by a statement and two arguments numbered I and II. You have to decide which of the following arguments is a strong argument and which is a weak argument.
(a) If only argument I is strong.                     (b) If only argument II is strong.                     (c) If neither argument I nor II is strong.                     (d) If both the arguments I and II are strong.                 (e) If either argument I or II is strong

Q7. Statement:
Is America justified in giving most sophisticated arms to Pakistan?
I. Yes, because China has sophisticated arms.              II. No, because Pakistan will use them against India.

Q8. Statement:
Does the world need a new economic order?
I. Yes, because the rich nations are exploiting the poor economically.
II. No, because no economic order can remove economic disparities.

Q9. Statement:
Is it possible to eradicate poverty from India?
I. Yes, because poverty is created by man and he can remove it.
II. No, because eradication of poverty would demand overhauling of the economy of the country.

Q10. Statement:
Should we have only two political parties in India?
I. Yes, because many political parties create confusion in the country.
II. No, because larger number of political parties will give a large number of political ideologies from which voter can use


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


English Quiz

Direction:(1-10)In the following passage, some of the words have been left out, each of which is indicated by a number. Find the suitable word from the options given against each number and fill up the blanks with appropriate words to make the paragraph meaningfully complete.
If  the phone is (1) in India today, it is largely due to the amazing (2) of one man — Satyanarayan (abbreviated to ‘Sam’ by an HR clerk who couldn’t get her tongue around the name) Pitroda (a Gujarati community of metal-workers who traditionally used pitr or brass), the son of an (3) labourer. Pitroda’s drive and vision not only (4) him a 100 patents and millions of (5) in America, but the role of a change agent and (6) in his home country. Pitroda believes his (7) was shaped by his parent’s decision to send him away, at the age of eight, from their (8) home in Orissa to a school in Gujarat. The Gandhian values (9) there, followed by a Baroda college, which honed his interest in physics and (10)his entrepreneurial instincts, provided the platform for a master’s degree in electrical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology and entry into the field of telecommunications.

Q1. A. scarce               B. flimsy               C. unwanted                D. ubiquitous               E. ramshackle

Q2. A. journey               B. inaction               C. retrogress               D. tardiness               E. scurry

Q3. A. educated               B. unschooled               C. schooled               D. graduate               E. organised

Q4. A. earned               B. spend               C. loosed               D. gained               E. moved

Q5. A. capital                B. rupees               C. wealth                D. money               E. dollars

Q6. A. safe-breaker               B. law-breaker               C. path-breaker               D. breaker               E. vision

Q7. A. adversity                B. fortuity               C. complex               D. catastrophe               E. destiny

Q8. A. arrant               B. meagrev                C. bursting               D. chubby               E. aplenty

Q9. A. ignited               B. instilled               C. doused                D. afire               E. blazing

Q10. A. ensconced               B. imperceptive               C. dissimulated               D. camouflaged               E. revealed

Directions (11–15):In these questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with an appropriate word(s). Five  alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the five  alternative.

Q11.The _______ of the Indian passport of Mr. Mallya comes a day after the MEA declared that it had begun the procedure of___________ to bring him to justice.
A. engagement, anti-social                  B. license, deaf                 C. authorization, connotation               D. revocation, consultation
E. clearance, spontaneity

Q12.It is_______ rare for top North Korean officials to give interviews to foreign media, and _______ with Western news organisations.
A.  consummately, collectively              B. extremely, particularly                 C. transcendently, slightly                D. abysmally, unwittingly
E. preposterously, unwarily

Q13.The _______ star, born Prince Rogers Nelson, was found ________ in an elevator at the Paisley Park Studios complex where he lived in the suburb of Chanhassen.
A. aggravate, susceptible                B. vacillating, appreciative                C. straitlaced, alacritous                D. unpersuasive , responsive
E. influential ,unresponsive

Q14.Kanhaiya Kumar on Sunday ______ that a man tried to __________ him on a Jet Airways plane.
A. forfeited, loosen               B. disclaimed, strangulate               C. refuted, loosen                  D. claimed, strangulate                  E. waived, breathe

Q15.A university professor was ________ to death in Bangladesh on Saturday in an attack, the police said was similar to the recent ___________ of secular bloggers and activists.
A. put together ,act                   B.s trangulate, history                 C. unrig ,cases                 D. hacked ,killings
E. extremely, preservations


1.d               2.a               3.b              4.a               5.e               6.c               7.e               8.b               9.b               10.e               11.d               12.b               13.e               14.d               15.d


Computer Quiz

Q1. Which operating system is defined as self-contained in device and resident in ROM?
(a) Multiprocessing OS               (b) Batch Processing OS               (c) Multi-threading OS               (d) Embedded OS
(e) Real Time OS

Q2. 30,000 bytes is nearly equal to _________. 
(a) 30 KB                (b) 3 MB                  (c) 3 GB                (d) 3 TB               (e) None of the above

Q3. ________ is a self-contained step-by-step set of operations to be performed.
a) Algorithm               b) Application software              c) Network topology               d) System Software               e) Utility software

Q4. Which among the following options is the line that describes the contents of the message while sending an e-mail?
(a) BCC                (b) to               (c) subject               (d) cc               (e) None of these

Q5. What is the function of control unit?
a) Providing resources to another node on a network                b) Performing complex task of logical and arithmetic functions
c) Managing memory usage                 d) Directing the operation of the other units by providing timing and control signals.
e) All of the above

Q6. ________ is usually recorded and played, displayed, or accessed by information content processing devices, such as computerized and electronic devices, but can also be part of a live performance. 
(a) Virus                 (b) BIOS software                (c) Multimedia                (d) C++               (e) None of these

Q7. When your computer stops working suddenly, it is referred to as a __________.
(a) crash                (b) die               (c) death                (d) penalty               (e) None of these

Q8. Which of the following is a storage device that uses rigid, permanently installed magnetic disks to store data/information?
a) Floppy diskette               b) Hard disk                  c) Permanent disk                d) Optical disk               e) None of the above

Q9. What is SQL?
a) Language used to communicate with database                 b) Language used for object oriented programming
c) Language used to program system software                 d) Language used to hack into other systems
e) Language used for programming devices

Q10. The most widely used type of database management system is the:
(a) Flat databasev               (b) Network database               (c) Relational database                (d) Hierarchical database
(e) None of the above

Q11. Which among the following is the reboot where the power to the system is physically turned off and back on again, causing an initial boot of the machine?
(a) Toggle                (b) Cold booting               (c) Warm booting                (d) Logging off               (e) None of these

Q12. What type of Internet company provides pay-per-use software?
a) Software leasing              b) Software developers                    c) Software-as-a-service (Saas)                      d) Application service provider (ASP)                   e) None of the above

Q13. What are different views to display a table in MS Access?
(a) Pivot Table & Pivot Chart View               (b) Design View               (c) Datasheet View               (d) All of the above
(e) None of the above

Q14. When you save a Microsoft Access project, what file format do you use?
(a) .adp                  (b) .Xml                (c) .mbd                  (d) All of the above               (e) None of the above

Q15. Inheritance is the ability of an object to pass on its characteristics to its ____________.
(a) subclasses                (b) off-spring               (c) super classes               (d) parents               (e) None of the above


1.d               2.a               3.a               4.c               5.d               6.c               7.a               8.b               9.a               10.c               11.b               12.d               13.d            14.a            15.a

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