# Quiz – 330

### QUANT QUIZ

Directions (1-5): Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the state are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statement and
Give answer (1) if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (2) if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (3) if the data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (4) if the data even in both the statement I and II are not sufficient to answer the question.
Give answer (5) if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q1. What is the area of the circle?
I. Diameter of the circle is 14% of its circumference.
II. Circumference of circle is 91 cm.

Q2. What is the speed of the train whose length is 450 metres?
I. The train crosses a standing man in 20 seconds.
II. The train crosses a platform of equal length in 40 seconds.

Q3. What is the cost of 9 dozen bananas(in terms of X and Y)?
I. Cost of 24 bananas and 6 apples is Rs X.
II. Cost of 36 bananas and 24 apples is RS Y.

Q4. What is Rajesh’s present age in years?
I. Rajesh’s present age is more than his sister’s present age by 5 years.
II. Five years hence Mohan’s age will be one-third of his sister’s age that time.

Q5. What is a two-digit number?
I. The number obtained by interchanging the digits of the number is greater than the original number by 63.
II. The sum of the two digits of the number is 13.

Q6. In how many different ways can the letters of the word ‘TROPHY’ be arranged?
(1) 840                (2) 720             (3) 360             (4) 120             (5) None of these

Q7. If the numerator of a fraction is increased by 500% and the denominator of the fraction is decreased by 300%, the resultant fraction is 3/5. What is the original fraction?
(1) 9/17                (2) 9/20             (3) 6/17                (4) 4/15             (5) None of these

Q8. Manish covers a distance of 45 km at the speed of 9 km/hr and a distance of 24 km at the speed of 8 km/hr. Further, he covers a distance of 32 km at the speed of 4 km/hr. What is his average speed in covering the whole distance?
(1) 5.5 km/hr               (2) 6 km/hr             (3) 6.3 km/hr               (4) 6.9 km/hr             (5) None of these

Q9. The mean of the marks obtained by 200 aspirants is 100. If the marks obtained by one of the aspirants was incorrectly calculated as 85, whereas the actual marks obtained by him was 75, what is the correct mean of the marks obtained by the aspirants?
(1) 97.55                (2) 98.75             (3) 99.95                (4) Cannot be determined             (5) None of these

Q10. The difference between a two-digit number and the number obtained by interchanging the two digits of the numbers is 54. What is the difference between the two digits of the number?
(1) 6                 (2) 4             (3) 5                 (4) Cannot be determined             (5) None of these

1. (2) In case I, we can’t clearly determine area. But in II since circumference is given, hence we can find radius and accordingly find area of circle. Hence, only II is required.

2. (3) In this Question, we can determine speed of train in either case. In case I, we can simply use speed formula and in case II, we know both total distance and time taken. Hence, either I or II is required.

3. (5) From I and II, we can find two equations of which we can find cost of 1 banana and later on, for 9 dozen. Hence, Both I and II are required.

4. (5) From both I and II, we can create two equations out of which we can determine age of Rajesh. Hence, both I and II are required.

5. (5) From I we can determine difference of ten’s and unit’s digit of number. From II, we know sum of these digits. Hence, both I and II are required.

6. (2) The word “TROPHY” can be arranged in form
6! = 720

7.5

8.3
9.3

10.1

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions (Q. 1–5): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:
Eight friends A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table for playing a game. Four of them A, B, E and F are not facing the centre. D is third to the left of H, who is fourth to the right of E. A is third to the right of B, who is third to the left of D. F is second to the left of C.

Q1. How many persons sit between A and B (if the counting start from B in CW direction)?
1) None              2) One              3) Two              4) Three              5) Other than given options

Q2. Who among the following sits third to the left of E?
1) G              2) A              3) H              4) D              5) B

Q3. What is the position of G with respect to F?
1) Third to the right              2) Third to the left              3) Second to the right             4) Cannot be determined
5) Other than given options

Q4. Who among the following is the neighbour of F and C?
1) E              2) H              3) A              4) B             5) Other than given options

Q5. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way and hence form a group. Find the one that does not belong to that group.
1) EC              2) AG              3) DE              4) HA              5) FB

Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below:
A 5 6 # C @ 7 P L E T Q S B 4 \$ 3 Z Y H 2 8 C 1 M U I %

Q6. How many such consonants are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a consonants and immediately followed by a vowel?
1) None              2) One              3) Two              4) Three              5) More than three

Q7. Which of the following is the fourth to the left of the tenth from the right end of the above arrangement?
1) Q              2) 4              3) 8              4) @              5) Other than given options

Q8. How many such numbers are there in the above arrangement each of which is immediately preceded by a consonant?
1) One              2) Two              3) Three              4) Four              5) Other than given options

Q9. Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that group?
1) \$ Y 2              2) A # @              3) C U %              4) T B Q              5) 4 Z H

Q10. If all the symbols and numbers from the above arrangement are dropped, which of the following will be tenth from the left end of the above arrangement?
1) Y              2) T              3) Z              4) L             5) Other than given options

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

### English Quiz

Directions(Q.1-5) Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful sequence and then answer the questions given below.
(a) They brought gifts to the babe in the manger.
(b) Being wise, their gifts were, no doubt, wise ones.
(c) The Magi were wise men.
(d) They invented the art of given Christmas presents.
(e) They were wonderfully wise men.

Q1.Which sentence should come last?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                 E.(e)

Q2.Which sentence should come first?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Q3.Which sentence should come second?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  .(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Q4.Which sentence should come third?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Q5.Which sentence should come fourth?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Directions(Q.6-10) Rearrange the following sentences into a meaningful sequence and then answer the questions given below.
(a) He was a great heavy fellow from the Middle West.

(b) He was on a flying visit to New York to fetch his wife
(c) Mrs Ramsay was a very pretty little thing.
(d) Ramsay was in the American Consular service.
(e) He was on his way back to resume his post.

Q6.Which sentence should come first?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Q7.Which sentence should come last?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Q8.Which sentence should come second?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Q9.Which sentence should come third?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

Q10.Which sentence should come fourth?
A.(a)                  B.(b)                  C.(c)                  D.(d)                  E.(e)

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

### Computer Quiz

Q1. C was developed by __________.
(a) Ada Byron             (b) Biil Gates             (c) Blaise Pascale             (d) Dennis Ritchie             (e) None of these

Q2. JAVA is a __________.
(a) Hardware             (b) Type of a printer             (c) Type of a monitor             (d) Programming language             (e) None of these

Q3. Which language can easily interact with the hardware?
(a) Low level language             (b) High level language             (c) Middle level language             (d) All of these             (e) None of these

Q4. COBOL stands for
(a) Central binary oriented language             (b) Central business oriented language             (c) Common business oriented language             (d) Common binary oriented language             (e) None of these

Q5. 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

Q6. 1GL refers to
(a) First generation logarithm             (b) First generation logic             (c) First generation light-computer
(d) First generation programming language             (e) None of these

Q7. The first computers were programmed using
(a) assembly language             (b) machine language             (c) source code             (d) object code             (e) None of these

Q8. C++, Java, and PHP are __________ programming language.
(a) Procedure-oriented             (b) Object oriented             (c) Font oriented              (d) Visual Basic             (e) None of these

Q9. Which of the following is a programming language?
(a) Lotus             (b) Pascal             (c) MS-Excel             (d)Netscape             (e) None of these

Q10. FORTRAN programming language is more suitable for __________.
(a) Business Applications             (b) Marketing Applications             (c) Scientific Applications             (d) None of the above
(e) None of these

Q11. Java was introduced by
(a) Sun Microsystem             (b) IBM             (c) Intel             (d) Microsoft

Q12. Which programming language are classified as low level languages?
(a) Basic, COBOL, FORTRAN             (b) Prolog 2, Expert Systems              (c) Knowledge based Systems             (d)Assembly Languages             (e) None of these

Q13. A program written in machine language is called
(a) assembler             (b) object code             (c) computer             (d)machine             (e) None of these

Q14. Computer instructions written in English words instead of binary code is called as
(a) mnemonic code             (b) symbolic code             (c) gray code             (d) opcode             (e) None of these

Q15. A(n) __________ language reflects the way people think mathematically.
(a) cross-platform programming             (b) 3GL business programming             (c) event-driven programming
(d) functional programming             (e) None of the above

S1. Ans.(d)
Sol. C was developed by Dennis Ritchie

S2. Ans.(d)
Sol. JAVA is a programming language.

S3. Ans.(a)
Sol. Low level language interact directly with the hardware.

S4. Ans.(c)
Sol. COBOL is a programming language in which. COBOL stands for Common business oriented language

S5. Ans.(b)
Sol. Smart Cards have microprocessor in them.

S6. Ans.(d)
Sol. 1GL refers toFirst generation programming language.

S7. Ans.(b)
Sol. First computers were programmed using machine language.

S8. Ans.(b)
Sol. C++, Java, and PHP are Object-oriented programming language. Object-oriented programming (OOP) refers to a type of computer programming (software design) in which programmers define not only the data type of a data structure, but also the types of operations (functions) that can be applied to the data structure. In this way, the data structure becomes an object that includes both data and functions

S9. Ans.(b)
Sol. In all these options Pascal is the programming language.

S10. Ans.(c)
Sol. FORTRAN is a general-purpose, imperative programming language that is especially suited to numeric computation and scientific computing.

S11. Ans.(a)
Sol. Java was introduced by Sun Microsystem and released in 1995.

S12. Ans.(d)
Sol. Low-level language is a programming language that deals with a computer’s hardware components and constraints. It has no or a minute level of abstraction in reference to a computer and works to manage a computer’s operational semantics. Low-level language may also be referred to as a computer’s native language. Assembly language is an example of low level language.

S13. Ans.(b)
Sol. Object code, or sometimes an object module, is what a computer compiler produces. In a general sense object code is a sequence of statements or instructions in a computer language, usually a machine code language

S14. Ans.(b)
Sol. Computer instructions written in English words instead of binary code is called as symbolic Codes.

S15. Ans.(d)
Sol. Functional programming is about writing pure functions, about removing hidden inputs and outputs as far as we can, so that as much of our code as possible just describes a relationship between inputs and outputs.