Quiz – 321

Quant Quiz

Q1.A car finishes a journey in 10 hours at the speed of 80 km/hr. If the same distance is to be covered in eight hours, how much more speed does the car have to gain?

(a) 8 km/hr               (b) 10 km/hr               (c) 12 km/hr               (d) 15 km/hr               (e) None of these

Q2.A car takes 5 hours to cover a distance of 300 km. How much should the speed in km/hr be maintained to cover the same distance in 4/5 th of the previous time?

(a) 48               (b) 60               (c) 75               (d) 120               (e) None of these

Q3.A is twice fast as B and B is thrice as fast as C. The journey covered by C in 42 minutes will be covered by A in 

(a) 14 minutes                (b) 7 minutes               (c) 28 minutes               (d) 54 minutes               (e) None of these

Q4.A car takes 25 hours to cover a distance of 300 km. How much should the speed (in km/hr) be maintained to cover the same distance in 4/5 th of the previous time?

(a) 48               (b) 60               (c) 75               (d) 120               (e) None of these

Q5.Car A leaves Mumbai for Daman which is 180 kilometers away. At the same time car B leaves Daman for Mumbai. If car A travels at 60 km/hour and car B travels at 30 km/hours, where will the 2 cars meet?

(a) 120 km from Mumbai               (b) 150 km from Daman               (c) Between Mumbai and Daman               (d) cant’be determine               (e) None of these

Q6.It is 200 miles from Madras to Coimbatore. If a bus takes 2 hours to travel the first 75 miles. How long must the bus take to travel the final 125 miles in order to have an average of 50 miles per hour for the entire trip?

(a) 60 minutes                (b) 94 minutes               (c) 120 minutes               (d) 110 minutes               (e) None of these

Q7.A man rows 3 km per hours in still water. If the river is running at 1 km per hour, it takes him 45 minutes to row to a place and back. How far is the place?

(a) 2 km               (b) 1.5                (c) 1 km               (d) 2.5 km               (e) None of these

Q8.A man can row 6 km/hr in still water and he finds it takes him twice as long to row upstream as to row down the river. Then the rate of current is 

(a) 17.5 km/hr               (b) 2 km/hr               (c) 3.5 km/hr               (d) 2.5 km/hr               (e) None of these

Q9.A man starts walking. He walked 2 km in the first hour. Then he walked two-thirds of the distance of the previous hour in each next hour. If he walked continuously then how long could he walk maximum?

(a) 60 km               (b) 6 km               (c) 12 km               (d) 8 km               (e) None of these

Q10.Akash leaves home for school which is 12 km from his house. After the school, he goes to his club which is 7 km from his school. If his house, school and club all fall in a time, then what is the minimum distance he has to travel to get back home?

(a) 19 km               (b) 7 km               (c) 5 km               (d) 12 km               (e) None of these

Answer & Explanation


1.(e); Distance covered by car=8 X 10=800 km

Speed=800/8=100 kmph

Required Speed=100-80=20 kmph


2.(c); Distance=300

Required speed=(4/5) X 5 = 4 hr

So, Required Speed=500/4 = 75 kmph.


3.(b); C covered the journey in 42 min.

B covered the journey in 14 min.

So, A covered the same journey in 7 min.


4.(e); Required time=(4/5) X 25=20 hr

Required Speed= 300/20 = 15 kmph


5.(a); Required time=180/(60+20) = 2 hr

So, meeting point of two train=60 X 2=120 km




7.(c); Let distance be x

x/(3+1) + x/(3-1) = 45/60

(x+2x)/4 = 3/4

x=1 km.


8.(b);Let distance be x and speed of stream be y.


2x/(6+y) = x/(6-y)



y=2 kmph


9.(b); Required distance= 2[1+ 2/3 + (2/3)^2+………………]

=2 X [1/(1- 2/3)]=2 X 3=6




Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q.1-5): Read the information given below and then answer the questions given below:

Eight friends Aero, Boom, Chris, Dale, Elina, Francos, Gayle and Hippa are sitting around a circle in such a way that three of them are facing outside and rest of them are facing the centre.

Elina is 2nd to the left of Hippa, who is facing outside. Dale is second to the left of Francos and third to the right of Elina, who is facing the centre. Boom is third to the left of Gayle and faces outside. Gayle is third to the left of Aero, who is not an immediate neighbour of Elina and Francos. The friends facing outside are not adjacent.

Q1. Which of the following group is facing outside?

(a) Boom,Hippa,Elina               (b) Chris,Boom,Hippa               (c) Chris,Dale,Hippa                 (d) cannot be determined

(e) None of these

Q2. What is Dale’s position with respect to Aero?

(a) Immediate right               (b) 3rd to the left               (c) Opposite                 (d) 2nd to the right               (e) Immediate left

Q3. Who is 2nd to the right of Boom?

(a) Hippa               (b) Gayle               (c) Chris                 (d) Aero               (e) Dale

Q4. If all the friends change their respective position to immediate right place then who are still facing inside the centre?

(a) Aero and Elina               (b) Francos and Dale               (c) Francos and Gayle                 (d) Aero and Dale               (e) Gayle and Aero

Q5. Which of the following is true about the given information?

(a) Chris and Francos are facing each other.

(b) Elina is third to the left of Francos.

(c) Chris is third to the left of Boom.

(d) Gayle and Aero are two places away from each other, if counted in clock wise direction from Aero.

(e) None of these.

Directions (6-10): In each of the following questions two statements are given and these statements are followed by two conclusions numbered (I) and (II). You have to take the given two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts. Give answer:

a) if only conclusion I is true.

b) if only conclusion II is true.

c) if either conclusion I or conclusion II is true.

d) if neither conclusion I nor conclusion II is true.

e) if both conclusions I and II are true.

Q6. Statements: All table are desk.               Some desk are chair.

Conclusions: I. Some chair are table.               II. All table are chair.

Q7. Statements: Some pagal are mad.                  No mad is cool.

Conclusions: I. Some pagal are cool.                 II. No pagal is cool.

Q8. Statements: Some hot are yak.                 Some bold are hot.

Conclusions: I. Some hot are bold.                 II. Some bold are yak.

Q9. Statements: All the stairs are ball.                 Some zebra are ball.

Conclusions: I. Some ball are stairs.                 II. No stairs is a zebra.

Q10. Statements: Some shop are malls.                 Some malls are roof.

Conclusions: I. All shop are roof.                 II. Some roof are shop.



1.b         2.a         3.d         4.e         .d         .d         .c         .a         9.a         10.d


English Quiz

Directions(Q.1-10): Select the appropriate conjunctions to complete the sentences.

 Q1. The Vaal River is one of the major rivers in South Africa but the runoff is not constant which means that large dams have to be built —- store water for use.

1. notwithstanding              2. regardless of                  3. so as to               4. thanks to               5. with the aim of

Q2. Due to —- a lack of production —- increasing housing prices, Liverpool is now ranked as one of the least affordable cities countrywide.

1. neither / nor             2. no sooner / than                  3. scarcely / before               4. both / and               5. hardly / when

Q3. Mike has been told he will have to pay the fine —- his high rank in the military.

1. even if               2. furthermore                  3. on grounds that               4. despite               5. on purpose that

Q4. Some people believe vaccines overload our immune system, making it less able to react to other diseases —- meningitis or AIDS, which are now threatening our health.

1. but for            2. lest                 3. with the aim of               4. whereas               5. such as

Q5. Continued high-blood pressure is dangerous —- it can increase the risk of heart disease and stroke.

1. however              2. so that                    3. as               4. no matter although               5. for instance

Q6.They like to keep their old houses rather than building the new ones —- it is very hard and expensive to maintain them.

1. because              2. even though                3. on the contrary               4. on account of               5. for example

Q7.The inhabitants of our village claim that pedestrians have no choice but to risk their lives crossing the dangerous road as there is —- a pedestrian bridge —- a crosswalk.

1. not only / but also           2. both / and               3. neither / nor               4. no sooner / than               5. hardly / when

Q8. —- the Oscar Reward, the Cannes Film Festival is the biggest event which takes place in May in the South of France.

1. Except for              2. Such as                 3. Lest                  4. Unless               5. But

Q9. —- vaccination has eliminated naturally occurring polio in North and South America, rare cases continue to occur in developing countries of Africa.

1. However                   2. Although                     3. As a result of                 4. Hence               5. Moreover

Q10. The economy in China is booming; —- many foreign investors are planning to enter China’s market.

1. nonetheless               2. even if                 3. so as to               4. in addition to               5. that’s why



1.3         2.4         3.4         4.5         5.3         7.3         8.1         9.2         10.5


Computer Quiz

Q1. Which bar is usually located below the Title Bar that provides categorized options?

(a) Menu Bar                (c) Toolbar               (b) Status bar                (d) Scroll Bar               (e) None of these

Q2.  Which among the following term is used for: Unauthorized copying of software to be used for personal gain instead of personal backups? 

(a) program thievery               (b) data snatching               (c) software piracy               (d) program looting               (e) data looting

Q3. What is ‘Trend Micro’?

(a) virus program               (b) anti-virus software               (c) just a program               (d) All of these               (e) None of these

Q4. Which among the following organisation developed a SAGA-220 super computer in 2011?

(a) ISRO               (b) NASA               (c) C-DAC               (d) BARC               (e) None of these

Q5. In MS-DOS 6.22, which part identifies the product uniquely?

(a) MS               (b) DOS               (c) Ms – DOS               (d) 6.22               (e) None of these

Q6. Copy and X Copy are same in the sense __________. 

(a) Both are internal command of DOS               (b) Both are external commands of DOS

(c) Both can be used to copy file or group of files                (d) Both a and b               (e) None of these

Q7. 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

Q8. What is a half byte also called as?

(a) Nibble                (b) Bit               (c) Bits               (d) Data               (e) Information

Q9. Whose function is to convert computer generated result into human acceptable form?

(a) Mouse               (b) Input Interface               (c) ALU               (d) Output Interface                (e) Memory


Q10. The operating system acts as a device management that keeps track of devices. Channels and control units is called as _______.

(a) I/O dispatch                (b) I/O manger                (c) I/O traffic controller                (d) I/O receiver                (e) I/O gainer

Q11. A device that not only provides surge protection, but also furnishes the computer with battery backup power during a power outage is ______  

(a) Battery strip               (b) UPS                (c) Surge strip                (d) USB                 (e) Memory

Q12. Which type of system can learn and adjust to new circumstances by themselves?

(a) Database management system               (b) Expert systems               (c) Geographical systems               (d) Neural networks

(e) File based systems

Q13. Which of the following extension refers to System files?

(a) .COM               (b) .EXE               (c) .SYS               (d) .PRG               (e) None of these

Q14. What happens when you click on Insert >> Picture >> Clip Art

(a) It inserts a clipart picture into document               (b) It lets you choose clipart to insert into document

(c) It opens Clip Art taskbar               (d) It insert a Smart Art graphics               (e) None of above

Q15. Pascaline is among which of the type of machine? 

(a) Mechanical machine                               (b) Arithmetic machine                (c) Division machine                (d) Difference machine

(e) None of the above



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

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