Quiz – 318

Quant Quiz

Directions (1-3): Study the information carefully to answer the following questions:
An urn contains 5 red, 3 green, 2 blue and 4 yellow marbles.
Q1.  If two marbles are picked at random, what is the probability that both are blue?
(a) 1/7               (b) 1/14              (c) 2/91               (d) 1/28              (e) None of these

Q2. If three marbles are picked at random, what is the probability that one is green and two are yellow?
(a) 3/14                (b) 2/91              (c)9/182                (d) 7/545               (e) None of these

Q3.If two marbles are picked at random, what is the probability that either both are red or both are green?
(a) 5/7                (b) 5/14              (c) 1/7                (d) 1/14              (e) None of these

Directions (4-8): In each of these questions, one question is given followed by data in three statements I, II and III. You have to study the question and the data in statements and decide the question can be answered with data in which of the statements and mark your answer accordingly.

Q4. What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a.?
I. Difference between the compound interest and simple interest earned in two years on the amount invested is Rs. 100/-
II. The amount becomes Rs. 19,500/- in three years on simple interest.
III. Simple interest accrued in two years on the same amount at the same rate of interest is Rs. 3,000/-
(a) Only I and II              (b) Only I and III              (c) Only II and III              (d) Only I and either II or III              (e) None of these

Q5. What is the speed of the train in km/hr?
I. The train crosses an ‘x’ m long platform in ‘n’ seconds. 
II. Length of the train is ‘y’ m. 
III. The train crosses a signal pole in ‘m’ seconds.
(a) Any two of the three              (b) Only II and III              (c) Only I and III              (d) All I, II and III
(e) Question cannot be answered even with information in all three statements

Q6. How many students passed in first class?
I. 85% of the students who appeared in examination have passed either in first class or in seconds class or in pass class.
II. 750 students have passed in second class.
III. Number of students passed in pass class is 28% of those passed in second class.
(a) All I, II and III              (b) Only I and III              (c) Only II and III              (d) Question cannot be answered even with information in all three statements.
(e) None of these

Q7. What is the amount invested in Scheme ‘B’?
I. The amounts invested in Schemes ‘A’ and ‘B’ are in the ratio of 2 : 3 respectively.
II. Amount invested in Scheme ‘A’ is 40% of the total amount invested.
III. Amount invested in Scheme ‘A’ is Rs. 45,000/-
(a) Only I and II              (b) Only I and III              (c) Only II and III              (d) All I, II and III              (e)Only III and either I or II

Q8. What is the cost of flooring the rectangular hall?
Statements: I. Length of the rectangle is 6 m.              II. Breadth of the rectangle is two-third of its length.
III. Cost of flooring the area of 100 cm^2 is RS. 45/-
(a) Only I and III                (b) Only II and III                  (c) All I, II and III
(d) Question cannot be answered with data in all three statements.            (e) None of these

Direction (9-10):Two equations I and II are given in each question. On the basis of these equations you have to decide the relation between p and q and Give answer:
(a) p = q or If no relation can be decide between p and q.              (b) if p>q              (c) if p<q              (d) if p≥q              (e) if p ≤ q

Q9. I.  p^2+13p+40=0              II. q^2+7q+12=0

Q10. I.  p=(10)^2              II. q^2+q-9900=0


 1.5             2.3           3.3           4.2           5.1            6.4          7.5                 8.3                 9.3                 10.2


Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q.1-5): Read the following informatics statement carefully and answer the questions:

Q1. Which of the following symbols should replace the question mark (?) in the given expression in order make the expressions ‘M ≤ K’ as well as ‘L > P’ definitely true? 
K ≥ L?M>N>P 
(a)>              (b)<              (c) ≤              (d) =               (e) Either < or ≤

Q2. In which of the following expressions will the expressions ‘H ≤ F’ as well as ‘J> H’ be definitely true?
(a)F>G> H ≥ I=J               (b)F<G ≤ H<I< J              (c)F ≥ G= H ≤ I <J               (d)F=G>H>I=J               (e) None of the above.

Q3. Which of the following expressions will be false if the given expression ‘A< C ≥ B =D ≤ E’ is definitely true? 
(a) A ≤ D              (b) E = C              (c) D > C               (d) E < B              (e) All of the above

Q4. In which of the following expressions will the expression ‘L > P’ be definitely false? 
(a) L > M ≥ N = P              (b) P = N<L>M              (c) P ≤ M ≤ N > L              (d) L>M = N ≥ P              (e) None of the above

Q5.  Which of the following symbols should be placed in the blank spaces respectively (in the same order from left to right) in order to complete the given expression in such a manner that ‘V > Z’ definitely holds true?
V _ W _ X _ Z              (a)<, ≤, =              (b) >, ≥, <              (c) =, <, ≤              (d) >, ≥, >              (e) None of the above

Directions(Q.6-10): Each question consists of some statements followed by some conclusions.Consider the statements to be true even if they are in variance with the commonly known facts. Read all the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follow from the given statements and accordingly mark your answer: 

Q6.Statements: All Om are Shiv.              All Guru are Om.              All Shiv are Saint.
I. All Saint are Guru is a possibility.                  II. Some Saint which are Om also a part of Guru.
(a)Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.                   (b)Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.                
(c)Both conclusion I and II follows.                  (d)Only conclusion II follows.                 (e)Only conclusion I follow.

Q7.Statements: All Smith are Lee.                 All Amla are Ricky.                 No Amla is Lee.
Conclusions: I. All Smith are Ricky is a possibility.                 II. All Lee which are Ricky are also a part of Amla.
(a)Either conclusion I or conclusion II follows.                 (b)Neither conclusion I nor conclusion II follows.                
(c)Both conclusion I and II follows.                 (d)Only conclusion II follows.                 (e)Only conclusion I follow.

Q8.Statements: Some bye are tata.                 No tata is yup.                 Some tata are  dude.
Conclusions: I.No dude is yup.                 II. No bye is dude.                 III. Some tata are yup.                 IV. All dude are tata.
(a) Only I and III follows.                 (b) Only I and II follows.                 (c) Only III and IV follows.                 (d)None follows.                
(e)All follows.

Q9.Statements: No Seema is  Somya.                 Some Suchi  are Somya.                 All Shruti are Suchi.
Conclusions: I. Some Shruti are Somya.                 II. No Shruti is Somya.                 III. Some Suchi are Seema.
IV. No Suchi are Seema. 
(a)Only I and IV follows.                 (b)Only I and II follows.                 (c)Only III and IV follows.                 (d)None of these.                 (e)Only I follow.

Q10.Statements: No phone is a pen.                 All pens are box.                 Some bag are box.
Conclusions: I. At least some pen are bag.                 II. Some box are not phone.                 III. All phones are bag.
(a) Only I and III follows.                 (b) Only III follows.                 (c) Only II follows.                 (d) Only II and III follows.
(e) None of these.


 1-(d)               2-(c)              3-(e)             4-(c)             5-(d)             6-(e)             7-(e)             8-(d)              9-(d)               10-(c)


English Quiz

Directions (1-10): In these questions, sentences are given with blanks to be filled in with appropriate words. Five alternatives are suggested for each question. Choose the correct alternative out of the five alternatives

Q1. India was a lone bright spot as Apple ______ its first quarterly sales decline ____ 13 years. 
a) reported, of                 b) said, in                 c) reported, in                 d) said, of                 e) announced, at

Q2. Amazon was Tiger Global’s second-largest public ______ , after it had picked up 2.44 million shares _____ about $1 billion in September last year. 
a) property, in                 b) asset, of                 c) meeting, for                 d) holding, for                 e) belonging, in

Q3.Despite the safety_______ Renault has ________ to introduce all of the versions tested to date have been rated as zero star for adult protection. 
a) improvements, sought                 b) improvisation, gone                 c) improvements, ought                 d) improved, went                
e) improvements, ought

Q4There _____ approximately 30 billion bills generated every year amounting to USD 10 billion ____ value and only 8 percent of it is paid electronically. 
a) were, in b) are, of c) was, of                 d) is, in                 e) are, in

Q5. The system is likely to move ________ north Tamil Nadu coast and intensify _______ a depression by tomorrow, according to the Meteorological Department.
a) toward, in                 b) in, on                 c) to, in                 d) towards, into                 e) to, at

Q6. The government might, therefore, want to get its treaty with Cyprus amended so that there ____ more certainty for Cyprus funds and ensure that there is _____ in tax treatment with Mauritius and Singapore. 
a ) and, considering                 b) could, talk over                 c) are, parallelism                 d) was, equality                 e) is, parity

Q7 .At a rally last week in Varanasi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency, Nitish Kumar was _____ a sword by ______ enthusiastic supporters. 
a) offered, some                 b) giving, that                 c) offering, a                 d) called, a                 e) provide, an

Q8. All the clubs, including the eight existing ISL franchisees, will have to _______ by the _______ Asian Football Confederation Club Licensing criteria.
a) discuss, incisive                 b) unravel, intemperate                 c) approbate, stalwart                 d) acquiesce in, strangulation                 e) abide, stringent

Q9. Joshi, who is also accused of walking _____ files pertaining to social activist Teesta Setalvad’s NGO Sabrang Trust, is presently _____ CBI custody. 
a) out, at                 b) away with, in                 c) off,at                 d) back with, among                 e) around, with

Q10. Kumar’s ______ enemies in this campaign can turn _____ to be those whom he needs as trusting friends. 
a) petering, at                 b) begrudge, of                 c) bitterest, out                 d) worthwhile, in                 e) oblige, to


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



Computer Quiz

Q1.  What type of technology allows you to use your finger, eye, or voice print to secure your information resources?
(a) Haptics                       (b) Caves                 (c) Biometrics                       (d) RFID                 (e) All of above

Q2. Which of the following is the communication protocol that sets the standard used by every computer that accesses web based information? 
(a) XML                 (b) DML                 (c) HTTP                 (d) HTML                 (e) None of these

Q3. 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

Q4. What is Disk operating system referred for?
(a) Memory management system                
(b) Operating system which contains the disk-oriented commands and uses disk devices for permanent storage
(c) DOS                 (d) Both (b) and (c)                 (e) None of these

Q5. Which among the following is a software design technique that emphasizes separating the functionality of a program into independent, interchangeable modules?
(a) Programming language                 (b) Programming structure                 (c) Modular programming                 (d) Logic chart                 (e) None of these

Q6. Which number system is used by computers to store data and perform calculations?
(a) binary                 (b) octal                 (c) decimal                 (d) hexadecimal                 (e) None of these

Q7. C was developed by ______. 
(a) Ada Byron                 (b) Bill Gates                 (c) Blaise Pascale                 (d) Dennis Ritchie                 (e) None of these

Q8. A Data Base Administrator (DBA) is a ______.
(a) Program                 (b) Person                 (c) Application                 (d) Operating system                 (e) None of these

Q9. When a real-time telephone call between people is made over the Internet using computers, it is called __________.
(a) a chat session                 (b) an e-mail                 (c) an instant message                 (d) Internet telephony                 (e) None of these

Q10. 30,000 bytes is nearly equal to _________. 
(a) 30 KB                 (b) 3 MB                  (c) 3 GB                 (d) 3 TB                  (e) None of these

Q11. Which among the following was the first graphical web browser?
(a) Mosaic                 (b) WAIS                 (c) CERN                 (d) Gopher                 (e) None of these

Q12. 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 these

Q13. Which of the following is true regarding Dumb Terminal in computer terminology?
(a) It is a computer terminal that consists mostly of just a display monitor and a keyboard
(b) It has no hard disk drive (HDD)
(c) It has no internal CPU and thus has little or no processing power
(d) All of the above
(e) None of these

Q14. In latest generation computers, the instructions are executed
(a) Parallel only                 (b) Sequentially only                 (c) Both sequentially and parallel                 (d) Partially                 
(e) All of the above

Q15. What is Telnet?                  
(a) Network or Telephones                 (b) Television Network                 (c) Remote Login                 (d) All of these                 
(e) None of these


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


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