Quiz – 317

Reasoning Quiz

Directions (1-5):Study the following information to answer the given questions: 
P, Q, R, S, T, V and W are sitting in a straight line facing north.Each one of them lives on a different floor in the same building whichis numbered from one to seven.
Q sits fourth to the left of theperson living on the 6thfloor. Either Q or the person living on the6thfloor sits at the extreme ends ofthe line.
Only one person sits betweenQ and W. W lives on the 3rdfloor.The person living on 1stfloor sitsthird to right of S. S is not an immediate neighbour of W. Only one person sits between T and the person who lives on the 2nd floor.
P and R are immediate neighbours of each other. P does not liveon the 6thfloor. One who lives on5thfloor sits third to right of theone who lives on the 7thfloor.

Q1. Who amongst the following lives on the 4thfloor? 
(1) P            (2) Q            (3) R            (4) S            (5) V

Q2. On which of the following floors does T live?
(1) 1st            (2) 2nd            (3) 5th            (4) 6th            (5) 7th

Q3. On which of the following floors does V live?
(1) 1st            (2) 2nd            (3) 3rd            (4) 4th            (5) 5th

Q4. Which of the following is true with respect to the given arrangement? 
(1) The one who lives on the 5th floor is an immediate neighbour of S
(2) V lives on the 1st floor
(3) T sits second to the left ofthe person who lives on 2ndfloor
(4) R and V are immediateneighbours of each other
(5) The one who lives on the4th floor sits at one of theextreme ends of the line

Q5. If all the persons are made to live in alphabetical order form the bottom-(i. e. P lives on the 1st floor. Q lives on the 2nd floor and finally W lives on the 7th floor) who would still live on the same floor as the original arrangement? 
(1) R            (2) V            (3) W            (4) T            (5) S

Directions (Q.6-10) : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seen to be at variance with commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give 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 conclusions I and II follow.
(6-7): Statements: Some inputs are outputs.            All outputs are necessary.            No necessary is a result.

Q6. Conclusions: I. All inputs being necessary is a possibility.            II. All results being inputs is a possibility.

Q7. Conclusions: I. No output is result.            II. Some necessary are not outputs.

(8-9): Statements: All symbols are blanks.            All blanks are spaces.            Some blanks are marks.

Q8. Conclusions: I. All symbols are spaces.            II. All spaces being marks is a possibility.

Q9. Conclusions: I. Some spaces are not blanks.            II. All marks are blanks.

Q10. Statements: I. Some demands are public            II. No demand is extensive            III. All public are central
Conclusions: I.  Some demands are central.            II. Some extensive are public.

Answers

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

 

English Quiz

Directions (Q.1-5). Rearrange the following five sentences (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answer the questions given below them.
(A)The excessive use of deep bore wells to extract groundwater has eroded the capacity of aquifers to replenish.
(B)This, however, is an incomplete explanation. Water scarcity — in both surface and ground water — is also the result of failure to regulate water extraction, storage, wastage and patterns of use.
(C)Preparation for drought and ipso facto for a deficit in annual rainfall must go beyond mitigation and include steps to address this man-made scarcity.
(D)Drought is attributed to rainfall deficit in several States, suggesting that meteorological and natural factors are primarily responsible for the phenomenon.
(E)Apart from the issue of bore wells, poor reservoir management has led to silt accumulation, among other issues limiting water storage.

Q1.Which of the following would be the fifth sentence?
(a) A            (b) B            (c) C            (d) D            (e) E

Q2.Which of the following would be the second sentence?
(a) A            (b) B            (c) C            (d) D            (e) E

Q3.Which of the following would be the first sentence?
(a) A            (b) B            (c) C            (d) D            (e) E

Q4.Which of the following would be the third sentence?
(a) A            (b) B            (c) C            (d) D            (e) E

Q5.Which of the following would be the fourth sentence?
(a) A            (b) B            (c) C            (d) D            (e) E

Directions (Q.6-10): Find out the error in each of the following sentences, if any. If there is no error, the answer is ‘e’.

Q6. Zaheer Khan’s men would have (a)/ to curb their (b)/ inconsistent run as (c) the tournament approaches its business end.(d)
(a) Zaheer Khan’s men would have            (b) to curb their            (c) inconsistent run as
(d) the tournament approaches its business end.            (e) No error

Q7. I had no idea (a)/that I was suppose to deduct 1% (b)/of the value of the house(c)/ and deposit the amount with the government on behalf of the seller.(d)
(a) I had no idea            (b) that I was suppose to deduct 1%            (c) of the value of the house
(d) and deposit the amount with the government on behalf of the seller.            (e) No error

Q8. Till two years ago,(a)/ TDS kicked in when the interest (b)/from deposits made in one bank (c)/branch exceeded Rs 10,000 in a (d)/financial year.
(a) Till two years ago,            (b) TDS kicked in when the interest            (c) from deposits made in one bank
(d) branch exceeded Rs 10,000 in a            (e) No error

Q9. Apples’ CEO Tim Cook will visit (a)/India later this week and (b)/is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi , as the iPhone maker seeks to cash (c)/ in on the “huge potential” in (d)/the world’s second largest smartphone market.
(a) Apples’ CEO Tim Cook will visit            (b) India later this week and
(c) is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi , as the iPhone maker seeks to cash            (d) in on the “huge potential” in
(e) No error

Q10. For the first time, (a)/ wheel chairs is been provide in (b)/all booths to help elderly(c)/ and the disabled. (d)
(a) For the first time,            (b) wheel chairs is been provide in            (c) all booths to help elderly            (d) and the disabled.
(e) No error

Answers

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

 

Computer Quiz

Q1. Which among the following is the system root folder for Microsoft Windows by default?
(a) Windows Manager            (b) C:/Windows            (c) Task Manager            (d) Cmd            (e) Homegroup

Q2. The process of connecting/ accessing to an account is called as:
(a) Login             (b) Logout             (c) Sign In            (d) Sign Out             (e) None of these

Q3. The first computers were programmed using which of the following language.
(a) Assembly language             (b) Machine language             (c) Source code             (d) Object code             (e) None of the above

Q4. Which multiplexing technique can transmits analog signals? 
(a) Synchronous TOM             (b) Asynchronous TOM            (c) FDM            (d) Both (b) and (c)             (e) None of these

Q5. SMTP, FTP and DNS are applications/protocols of the _____ layer. 
(a) Data link             (b) Network             (c) Transport             (d) Application             (e) None of these

Q6. A _____ is a property of the entire relation, rather than of the individual tuples in which each tuple is unique. 
(a) Rows             (b) Key             (c) Attribute             (d) Fields             (e) None of these

Q7. In table design view, which key can be used to switch between the filed names and properties panels in MS Access? 
(a) F6            (b) F12            (c) F1            (d) F10            (e) None of these

Q8. Which filed type can store photos in MS Access? 
(a) Ole             (b) Hyperlink             (c) Both of these can be used             (d) Access tables can’t store photos            (e) None of these

Q9. Two or more computers connected to each other for sharing information form a ________.
(a) Router             (b) Server             (c) Network             (d) Tunnel             (e) Pipeline

Q10. An online discussion group that allows direct ‘live’ communication is known as _________.
(a) Web crawler              (b) Chat group             (c) Regional service provider            (d) Hyperlink             (e) E-mail

Q11. A communication network which is used by large organisations over regional, national or global area is called _________.
(a) LAN            (b) WAN            (c) MAN             (d) Internet             (e) None of these

Q12. Encryption/decryption provides as network with _____.  
(a) Privacy             (b) Authenticity             (c) Integrity              (d) Non-repudiation            (e) Global Access

Q13. Smart card is:
(a) Special purpose cards             (b) Microprocessor cards             (c) Processing unit contains memory for storing data
(d) Processing unit for software handling            (e) None of these

Q14. Which one of the following is a set of one or more attributes taken collectively to uniquely identify a record? 
(a) Candidate key             (b) Sub key             (c) Super key             (d) Foreign key            (e) None of these

Q15. In the relational modes, a cardinality is termed as  __________.
(a) Number of tuples             (b) Number of attributes             (c) Number of tables             (d) Number of constraints
(e) None of these

Answers

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

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