Quiz – 310

Quant Quiz

Q1.What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following equation?
158.25×4.6+21% of 847+?=950.93 
1) 35            2) 40            3) 25            4) 50            5) 45

Q2. The average of the first and the second of three numbers is 15 more than the average of the second and the third of these numbers. What is the difference between first and the third of these three numbers?
1) 15            2) 45            3) 60             4) Data inadequate            5) None of these

Q3. The difference between the simple and the compound interest compounded every six months at the rate of 10 p.c.p.a. at the end of two years if Rs. 124.05. What is the sum?
1) Rs. 10,000            2) Rs. 6,000            3) Rs. 12,000            4) Rs. 8,000            5) None of these

Q4.What approximate value should come in place of question mark (?) in the following equation?
85.147+34.912×6.2+?=802.293  
1) 400            2) 450            3) 550            4) 600            5) 500

Q5. What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation?
9548+7314=8362+? 
1) 8230            2) 8500            3) 8410            4) 8600            5) None of these

Q6. What should come in place of question mark (?) in the following equation?
17  2/3  of 180+ 1/4 of 480=?
1) 3180            2) 3420            3) 3200            4) 3300            5) None of these

Q7. What approximate value should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following equation?
248.251÷12.62×20.52=? 
1) 400            2) 450            3) 600            4) 350            5) 375

Q8.  5/7 of 4/15 of a number is 8 more than 2/5 of 4/9 of the same number. What is half of that number?
1) 630            2) 315            3) 210            4) 105            5) None of these

Q9. When a number is added to another number the total becomes 333 1/3 per cent of the second number. What is the ratio between the first and second number?
1) 3 : 7            2) 7 : 4            3) 7 : 3            4) Data inadequate            5) None of these

Answers

1.5           2.5           3.4         4.5           5.2        6.4           7.1        8.4           9.3

 

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1 – 5): In this question two/three statements followed by two conclusion numbered I and II have been given. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Q1. Statements: Some rooms are stores.            All stores are godowns.               All godowns are warehouses.
Conclusions: I All rooms are godowns.             II. All stores are warehouses.
(1) Only conclusion II is true            (2) Either conclusion I or II is true            (3) Neither conclusion I nor II are true            
(4) Both conclusion I and II are true            (5) Only conclusion I is true

Q2. Statements: Some rooms are stores.               All stores are godowns.            All godowns are warehouses.
Conclusions: I. All warehouses being rooms is a possibility            II. At least some godowns are rooms
(1) Only conclusion I is true            (2) Only conclusion II is true            (3) Both conclusion I and II are true            
(4) Either conclusion I or II is true            (5) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

Q3. Statements: All kittens are cubs.            No kitten is a puppy.
Conclusions: I. All puppies being cubs is a possibility.            II. All cubs are kittens.
(1) Only conclusion I is true            (2) Only conclusion II is true            (3) Both conclusion I and II are true            
(4) Either conclusion I or II are true            (5) Neither conclusion I nor II is true

Q4. Statements: No sea is a lake.            Some lakes are rivers.            All rivers are oceans.
Conclusions: I. No sea is a river.            II. All oceans are lakes.
(1) Both conclusion I and II are true            (2) Either conclusion I or II is true            (3) Only conclusion II is true            
(4) Neither conclusion I nor II is true            (5) Only conclusion I is true

Q5. Statements: No sea is a lake.            Some lakes are rivers.            All rivers are oceans.
Conclusions: I. At least some oceans are lakes.            II. All rivers are lakes.
(1) Either conclusion I or II is true            (2) Neither conclusion I nor II is true            (3) Only conclusion II is true            
(4) Only conclusion I is true            (5) Both conclusion I and II are true

Directions (Q. 6– 10): In each question, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. The statements are followed by conclusions. Study the conclusions based on the given statements and select the appropriate answer.

Q6. Statements:  B > E ≥ A < L; T > A > S
Conclusions: I. T > B             II. L > T
(1) Conclusion II is true.              (2) Either conclusion I or II is true.              (3) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.             
(4) Both conclusion I and II are true.              (5) Only conclusion I is true.

Q7. Statements:  L = I ≥ N < E; N ≥ S
Conclusions: I. S < E              II. E > L
(1) Either conclusion I or II is true.              (2) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.              (3) Only conclusion II is true.             
(4) Both conclusion I and II are true.              (5) Only conclusion I is true.

Q8. Statements: V < E > B = H ≥ N; B ≤ T
Conclusions: I. T > V               II. N ≤ T
(1) Either conclusion I or II is true.              (2) Only conclusion II is true.              (3) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.             
(4) Only conclusion I is true.              (5) Both conclusion I and II are true.

Q9. Statements:  L = I ≥ N < E; N ≥ S
Conclusions: I. S = L               II. L > S
(1) Only conclusion II is true.              (2) Either conclusion I or II is true.              (3) Both conclusion I and II are true.             
(4) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.              (5) Only conclusion I is true.

Q10. Statements:  B > E ≥ A < L; T ≥ A > S
Conclusions: I. B > S              II. L > S
(1) Only conclusion II is true.              (2) Both conclusion I and II is true.              (3) Neither conclusion I nor II is true.             
(4) Either conclusion I or II is true.              (5) Only conclusion I is true.

Answers

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

 

 

English Quiz

Directions (1-10) : In these questions, Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentences:
Q1.An organ of body cut off by surgery 
(a) amputation              (b) imitation              (c) adaptation              (d) impartial              (e) intimitation

Q2.An object through which light passes but people cannot see across clearly 
(a) heavy               (b) cloudy              (c) opaque               (d) translucent              (e) transparent

Q3.That which lasts forever or is never-ending 
(a) cessation              (b) terminable              (c) eternal               (d) limited              (e) long standing

Q4.Lasting only for a very short time 
(a) transient               (b) enduring              (c) enticing              (d) lasting              (e) short-lived

Q5.A person who is very fond of sensuous enjoyment 
(a) flat              (b) hedonist              (c) underdeveloped              (d) acetic              (e) pervert

Q6.A person with refined taste in food and wine 
(a) puritan               (b) ascetic              (c) novice              (d) epicure              (e) glutton

Q7.One who hates mankind 
(a) Philanthropist               (b) misanthrope              (c) humanitarian               (d) optimist              (e) misogamist

Q8.To sail round the world 
(a) circumnavigate              (b) assist              (c) permit              (d) land              (e) travel

Q9.Short speech or poem given at the end of a play or book 
(a) epilogue               (b) preface              (c) debut              (d) climax              (e) dialogue

Q10.Person more like a woman than a man 
(a) masculinity              (b) extroverted              (c) effeminate              (d) unpretentious              (e) pessimistic

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.I can dare say that she takes _________ her mother. 
(a) to               (b) down              (c) after               (d) in              (e) with

Q12.You should never lack confidence _________ yourself, otherwise life will become hell for you. 
(a) on               (b) upon               (c) on               (d) in              (e) with

Q13.All of us are devoted __________ one another. 
(a) of               (b) at               (c) to               (d) for              (e) in

Q14.We should always stick to our decisions otherwise people will mock __________ us. 
(a) on               (b) at               (c) upon               (d) over              (e) down

Q15.I cannot put up __________ this insult.
(a) on               (b) upon               (c) with               (d) at               (e) in

Answers

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

 

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. These are the specially designed computer chips reside inside other drives, such as your car or your electronic thermostat. 
(a) Server               (b) Workstation computer               (c) Embedded computer               (d) Mainframe computer              (e) None of these

Q2. Today’s RAM’s common form is built with 
(a) Transistors               (b) Vacuum tubes               (c) Semiconductor’s ICs              (d) Superconductor’s ICs             
(e) None of the above

Q3. A string of eight 0s and 1s is called a:
(a) Megabyte               (b) Kilobyte               (c) Gigabyte               (d) Byte              (e) None of these

Q4. There are ______ unique digits available in Hexadecimal number system. 
(a) 16              (b) 17              (c) 18              (d) 19              (e) 20

Q5. What is the base or radix of the decimal number system?  
(a) 2              (b) 8              (c) 10              (d) 16              (e) 20

Q6. The term is used to describe the intangible instructions that tell the computer what to do is known as 
(a) Hardware               (b) Software               (c) Storage               (d) Input/output              (e) None of these

Q7. A set of instructions telling the computer what to do is called 
(a) Mentor               (b) Instructor               (c) Complier               (d) Program               (e) Debugger

Q8. Programs designed to perform specific tasks related to managing computer resources are called 
(a) Operating system               (b) Helper software               (c) System software               (d) Application software             
(e) Utility software

Q9. _____ is a Windows utility program that located and eliminates unnecessary fragments and rearranges filed and unused to disk space to optimise operations.
(a) Backup                (b) Disk cleanup               (c) Disk defragmenter              (d) Restore               (e) Disk restorer

Q10. Which command is used to set a name to a disk in DOS?  
(a) VOLUME              (b) VOL              (c) LABEL              (d) DISKLABEL              (e) None of these

Q11. Which of the following operating does not implement multitasking truly? 
(a) Windows 98              (b) Windows NT              (c) Windows XP              (d) MS DOS              (e) None of these

Q12. What is the meaning of .EXE?
(a) Command File               (b) Express File               (c) Executable Files               (d) System File               (e) None of these

Q13. CUI stands for 
(a) Character Using Interface               (b) Character Unique Interchange               (c) Chrome User Interface              
(d) Character User Interface              (e) None of these

Q14. To ‘maximize’ a window means to 
(a) Fill it to capacity               (b) Expand it to fit the desktop               (c) Put only like files inside               (d) Drag it to the Recycle Bin              (e) None of the these

Q15. Which of the following types of menu shows the further sub-choices?  
(a) Reverse               (b) Template               (c) Scrolled               (d) Rapped               (e) Pull-down

Answers

 

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

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