Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
An organiser decided to launch seven brands of cars on week days starting from Monday to Sunday. The seven cars to be launched are of Subaru, Acura, Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Dodge, Hyundai and Honda, but not necessarily in the same order. Dodge car is to be launched on Saturday. Lamborghini is to be launched just after Acura and Acura car are not launched on Wednesday. Hyundai car is launched two days after the launch of Aston Martin car. Acura car is launched just after Subaru car. Honda car is launched after Acura car. Hyundai car is launched after Dodge car launch with some conditions.
Q1. On which day of the week Lamborghini car is launched?
1) Tuesday 2) Wednesday 3) Friday 4) Sunday 5) Monday
Q2. How many cars are launched between the days when Lamborghini and Hyundai are launched?
1) Two 2) Three 3) Four 4) None 5) Other than given options
Q3. Which car is launched on Wednesday?
1) Acura 2) Honda 3) Dodge 4) Lamborghini 5) Subaru
Q4. On which day of the week Aston Martin is launched?
1) Monday 2) Sunday 3) Thursday 4) Wednesday 5) Data inadequate
Q5. If Honda is related with Sunday, Subaru is related with Wednesday; similarly Lamborghini is related to which day of the week?
1) Monday 2) Tuesday 3) Friday 4) Thursday 5) Wednesday
Q6. Introducing a man to her husband, a woman said, “His brother’s father is the only son of my grandfather. How is the women related to the man’s wife?
1) Mother–in–law 2) Sister 3) Daughter 4) Sister–in–law 5) Other than given options
Q7. In a certain code, BROTHERS is written as RCTPEISS. How will DIRECTIONS is written in that code?
1) IEESTDOJSM 2) IEFSDTOJSM 3) EEFSDTOJSM 4) IEESTDOJSO 5) Other than given options
Directions: In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by four conclusions. Give answer:
Q8. Statements: R > U <= K >= M P <= A = K < N
Conclusions: I. U < R II. K > U III. M > U IV. K >= A
1) If only conclusion I and II are true.
2) If only conclusion I is true.
3) If only conclusion I and III are true.
4) If only conclusion II and IV are true.
5) If all conclusions are true.
Q9. Statements: S > T >= N > O P <= R = J S = P
Conclusions: I. S > O II. S >= J III. N >= R IV. T > P
1) If only conclusion I and II are true. 2) If only conclusion I is true. 3) If only conclusion I and III are true.
4) If only conclusion II and IV are true. 5) If none is true
Q10. Statements: A > D >= B = E J <= L <= M < P J >= A
Conclusions: I. M > B II. L >= A III. E < P IV. B < J
1) If only conclusion II and IV are true. 2) If all conclusions are true 3) If only conclusion III and IV are true.
4) If none is true 5) Other than given options
Q11. Statements: R > S = T <= U P = K > M >= U
Conclusions: I. R > K II. M >= T III. P > U IV. S <= M
1) If only conclusion II and IV are true. 2) If only conclusions II, III and IV are true
3) If only conclusion I and III are true. 4) If all conclusions are true 5) If none is true
Q12. Statements: D >= I > S T < A = N S > N
Conclusions: I. S > T II. D > A III. T >= I IV. T < D
1) If only conclusion I and II are true. 2) If only conclusions II and IV are true.
3) If only conclusion I and III are true. 4) If only conclusions I, II and IV are true. 5) If all conclusions are true.
R > U <= K >= M — (i)
P <= A = K < N — (ii)
Combining (i) and (ii), we get
R > U <= K =A >= P and R > U <= K < N
From equation (ii)
U < R is true.
K > U is not true
M > U is not true
K >= A is not true
Hence, only conclusion I is true.
S > T >= N > O — (i)
P <= R = J — (ii)
S = P — (iii)
Combining (i), (ii) and (iii), we get
O < N <= T < S = P >= R = J
So, O < S or S > O is true
S >= J is true
N >= R is not true
T > P is not true
Hence, only conclusion I and II are true.
A > D >= B = E — (i)
J <= L <= M < P — (ii)
J >= A — (iii)
P > M >= L >= J >= A > D >= B = E
So, M > B is true
L >= A is true
P > E or E < P is true
J > B or B < J is true
Hence, all conclusions are true.
R > S = T <= U — (i)
P = K > M >= U — (ii)
Combining (i) and (ii), we get
R > S = T <= U <= M < K = P
So, R > K is not true
T <= M or M >= T is true
And U < P or P > U is true
S <= M is true
Hence, only conclusion II, III and IV are true.
D >= I > S — (i)
T < A = N — (ii)
S > N — (iii)
Combining (i), (ii) and (iii), we get
D >= I > S > N = A > T
So, S > T is true
D > A is true
T >= I is not true
D > T orT < D is true
Hence, only conclusion I, II and IV are true.
Q1.Over the past week, the fabled Kohinoor diamond have been back in the news.
A. Over the past B. the fabled Kohinoor C. in the news D. have been E. no error.
Q2. Suarez hit four as Barcelona bounced back from three consecutive league defeats in style
A. Suarez hit four B. Barcelona bounced C. consecutive league defeats D. back from three E. no error
Q3.The devastating fire of the capital’s National Museum of Natural History exposes a cavalier attitude to conservation.
A. The devastating fire of B. the capital’s National Museum C. Natural History
D. exposes a cavalier attitude E. No error
Q4.Rohit Sharma once again played a crucial knock at the chase with 68 unbeaten .
A. once again B. crucial knock C.68 unbeaten D. at the chase E. no error
Q5.Several report also claim that it is possible the plane was defunct and just meeting its fate.
A. Several report B. plane was defunct C .just meeting D. also claim E. no error
Q6.Making an announcement at his weekly press conference on Thursday, Mr. Ryan said Mr. Modi’s address could be likely on June 8.
A. Making an announcement at his weekly B. conference on Thursday C. Modi’s address
D. could be likely on June 8 E. no error
Q7.The dargah had no restrictions on women’s entry still 2011, when a new set of trustees instituted the rule.
A. The dargah had no restrictions B. women’s entry still 2011 C. when a new set of trustees
D. instituted the rule. E. no error
Q8.News agencies had reported that name of Mr Mallya has appeared at the electoral rolls of the United Kingdom.
A. News agencies had reported B. Mr Mallya has appeared C. at the electoral rolls
D. the United Kingdom. E. no error
Q9.On Sunday, New Delhi had cancelled the visa of prominent Uighur-Chinese dissident Dolkun Isa, who was also to attend the event.
A. On Sunday B. New Delhi had cancelled the visa of C. prominent Uighur-Chinese dissident Dolkun Isa
D. who was also to attend the event. E. no error
Q10.Water is being pumped to the Baje Dam round the clock with the help of alternative pumps.
A. Water is being B. round the clock C. with the help of alternative pumps D. to the Baje Dam E.no error
1.d 2.e 3.a 4.d 5.a 6.e 7.b 8.c 9.e 10.d
Q1. Which of the following terms is associated with Internet?
(a) Plotter (b) Slide presentation (c) Bookmark (d) Pie Chart (e) Microsoft Excel
Q2. Which of the following is the name of an application similar to MS Office?
(a) LibreOffice (c) OpenOffice (c) NeoOffice (d) FreeOffice (e) All of the above
Q3. Codes consisting of varying widths and spacing of parallel lines, which may be optically read, is known as _____.
(a) mnemonic (b) Bar code (c) Decoder (d) All of the above (e) None of the above
Q4. ER Diagram in DBMS is a graphical method used to represent _________.
(a) Primary Key and Candidate key (b) Entity classes and their relationships
(c) Entity class and relationship to foreign key only (d) Objects and methods with functions
(e) Foreign Key and Integrity Constrains
Q5. What is a bootstrap?
(a) A memory device (b) A device to support the computer (c) An error correction technique
(d) A small initialization program to start up a computer (e) None of the above
Q6. Hybrid computer used the combined feature of _________ and _________ machine.
(a) analogue, digital (b) super, sub (c) client, server (d) warehouse, mining (e) RAM, ROM
Q7. What is Linux?
(a) Input Device (b) Operating system (c) Storage Device (d) Output Device (e) Processor
Q8. Which of the following is the default page setup orientation for notes pages, outlines and handouts?
(a) Hyphenation (b) Landscape (c) Portrait (d) Footer (e) Header
Q9. Which among the following was the first graphical web browser?
(a) Mosaic (b) WAIS (c) CERN (d) Gopher (e) None of the above
Q10. What is a half byte also called as?
(a) Nibble (b) Bit (c) Bits (d) Data (e) Information
Q11. What is that computer program called which translates one program instruction at a time into machine language?
(a) Compiler (b) CPU (c) Compiler (d) Simulator (e) Interpreter
Q12. Which key is used to delete one character at a time to the left?
(a) DEL (b) CAPS LOCK (c) CTRL (d) SHIFT (e) BACK SPACE
Q13. If you change Windows 98 to Windows XP, you are actually performing _________.
(a) Upstart (b) Patch (c) downgrade (d) Upgrade (e) None of the above
Q14. Which feature helps to search the text through reference material such as dictionaries, encyclopedias and translation services?
(a) Translation (b) Research (c) Find (d) Font (e) Table
Q15. Whose function is to convert computer generated result into human acceptable form?
(a) Mouse (b) Input Interface (c) ALU (d) Output Interface (e) Memory
1.c 2.e 3.b 4.b 5.d 6.a 7.b 8.b 9.a 10.a 11.e 12.e 13.d 14.b 15.d