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Computer Knowledge Test 5


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1. Find the simple interest on Rs. 1080 at 10 % per annum for 9 months



Explanation:

Principal : 1080 Rate of interest : 10 Number of months : 9 Simple Interest for 1 year = (1080 x 1 x 10) / 100 Simple Interest for 1 year = 108 Simple interest for 9 months = (9/12) x SI Simple Interest for 9 months = 81


2. The product of two consecutive even numbers is 15128. Find the average of these two numbers.



Explanation:

We wil go from the option. We will eliminate 133 and 139, since their product will exceed 16900.

Now the tug of war is between 123 and 127.

Lets take 123, if 123 is the average then the consecutive even numbers will be 122 and 124.

Now, observe, 122 x 124 = ....8, that is the resulting number ends with 8.

Now you try for 127.

(HINT : The consecutive even number with 127 as average us 126 and 128)

The two numbers are 122 and 124. Average is 123.


3. In a disk, each block of data is written into ____





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5. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a 500 million dollars loan to build a bridge across the Ganga River in which state?



Explanation:

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a 500 million dollars loan to build a bridge across the Ganga River in Bihar.


6. where he busied himself (1) / Compelled to abdicate, he (2)/ withdrew to a monastery, (3) / with writing commentaries on the Scriptures (4)





7. 999 x 99 x 9 = ?



Explanation:

890109


8. Which of the following is not an operating system?





9. Which of the following ministry has approved the setting up of District Level Advisory and Monitoring Committees?



Explanation:

Union Ministry of Urban Development has approved the setting up of District Level Advisory and Monitoring Committees.


10. In which city was the total number of tickets of all the five movies together sold the minimum?



Explanation:

Total, Mumbai = 114, Delhi = 110, Kolkata = 113, Chennai = 133, Hyd. = 127 and Lucknow = 123.


11. Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, will be in one part of sentence. The option mentioned in that part will be your answer.





12. The number of tickets of Movie E sold in Chennai is what percentage of number of tickets of Movie A sold in Mumbai



Explanation:

Required Percentage = 34 x 100 / 20 = 170 %


13. Ambition is one of those ___________ which are _______ satisfied





14. The Government of India has announced a new CNG retrofitment scheme for the two-wheelers in which city?



Explanation:

The Government of India has announced a new CNG retrofitment scheme for the two-wheelers in Delhi 23 June 2016 .


15. Total memory of system can be known using __________





16. The process of starting the computer and loading of operating system programs for execution is known as





Six plays A, B, C, D, E and F are staged on six days of the week starting from Monday to Saturday. Play C is staged on Tuesday. Plays A, F and B are staged one after other in the same order. Play D is not staged on Monday or Wednesday.

17. How many plays are staged after play A ?



Explanation:

A ? Wed , B ? Fri , C ? Tue , D ? Sat , E ? Mon , F ? Thu Mon ? E , Tue ? C , Wed ? A , Thu ? F , Fri ? B , Sat ? D


18. What is the average number of tickets of Movie C sold in all the six cities ?



Explanation:

Average of number of tickets of movie C sold in all six cities = (35+21+19+32+26+20)/6 = 153 / 6 = 25.5 thousands = 25.5 x 1000 = 25500


19. Compiling creates a(n) _____ 





20. Hardware that adds two numbers is _________





21. Find the average of the following set of score: 188, 128, 155, 168, 199, 178, 145, 168



Explanation:

188 + 128 + 155 + 168 + 199 + 178 + 145 + 168
= 1329 / 8
= 166.125

Approx, 166.13


22. Read each sentence to find out whether there is any error in it. The error, will be in one part of sentence. The option mentioned in that part will be your answer.





If citizens can not have the right to commit suicide, they cannot be allowed to stay in an atmosphere full of smoke because that might cause certain chronic disease leading to their unnatural death. Thus, there should be a complete ban on smoking in all the public places across the country. The recent Supreme Court order banning smoking in public places is not restricted to a few metropolitan towns; it must be enforced in all the villages and cities. The three-page order contains certain statements of facts. ?Fundamental right guaranteed under Article 21, of the Constitution provides that none shall be deprived of his life without due process law. Than why a non-smoker should be afflicted by various diseases including lung cancer or of heart only because he is required to go to public places?? Some time back when the court ruled that suicide was unconstitutional and illegal, it had referred to Article 21, which says that State alone has the right to deprive a citizen of his life, but with due process of law. Thus inhaling of smoke by passive smokers has been equated with commission of suicide, an act prohibited under law. But when a person who makes an unsuccessful attempt to commit is liable to face criminal prosecution which man end in his conviction, a passive smoker, however, is immune from any penal action. If one is made to inhale smoke for no fault of his and also against his wishes, the perpetrator of offence of smoking gets away with a nominal fine for such a grave offence that costs the exchequer Rs. 13,500 crore annually in terms of loss of productivity. According to WHO report, smoking may kill seven million people annually. During the last half century, smoking killed more than 10 million people in the developing countries alone. The court also felt that the persons not indulging in smoking cannot be compelled to or subjected to passive smoking on account of acts of the smokers. The ban on smoking order is judicial intervention, and not an activism.

23. Opposite meaning of Afflicted





24. The degree were ____________in the annual ____________





25. Primary memory is used by the __________





26. What is sauce for the ________is sauce for the _____________





If citizens can not have the right to commit suicide, they cannot be allowed to stay in an atmosphere full of smoke because that might cause certain chronic disease leading to their unnatural death. Thus, there should be a complete ban on smoking in all the public places across the country. The recent Supreme Court order banning smoking in public places is not restricted to a few metropolitan towns; it must be enforced in all the villages and cities. The three-page order contains certain statements of facts. ?Fundamental right guaranteed under Article 21, of the Constitution provides that none shall be deprived of his life without due process law. Than why a non-smoker should be afflicted by various diseases including lung cancer or of heart only because he is required to go to public places?? Some time back when the court ruled that suicide was unconstitutional and illegal, it had referred to Article 21, which says that State alone has the right to deprive a citizen of his life, but with due process of law. Thus inhaling of smoke by passive smokers has been equated with commission of suicide, an act prohibited under law. But when a person who makes an unsuccessful attempt to commit is liable to face criminal prosecution which man end in his conviction, a passive smoker, however, is immune from any penal action. If one is made to inhale smoke for no fault of his and also against his wishes, the perpetrator of offence of smoking gets away with a nominal fine for such a grave offence that costs the exchequer Rs. 13,500 crore annually in terms of loss of productivity. According to WHO report, smoking may kill seven million people annually. During the last half century, smoking killed more than 10 million people in the developing countries alone. The court also felt that the persons not indulging in smoking cannot be compelled to or subjected to passive smoking on account of acts of the smokers. The ban on smoking order is judicial intervention, and not an activism.

27. Perpetrator





28. Besides the items ____________ from the cupboard, documents were _____ all over the floor







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