# Hexaware Written Exam 6th April 2004

Posted on :29-03-2016

Q1. There is a room with 6 x 8. A 1 tile is fixed along the 4 walls in one row. How many 1 tiles are required to finish the work?

ANS: 24

Q2. A person starts walking at a speed of 5 km/hr through half the distance, rest of the distance he covers with a speed 4km/hr. Total time of travel is 9 hours. What is the maximum distance he can cover?

ANS: 40 km

Q3. A cubical rectangular bar has the dimensions with the ratio 5: 4:3. Its volume is 7500. What is the surface area of the bar?

ANS: 2350

Q4. A persons salary is getting reduced by 20%. What percentage should be added to get back his original salary?

ANS: 25%

Q5. In a car wheel, two spokes cover 15 degree. Then for the entire car, how many spokes are there?

ANS: 24.

Q6. Find the value of (1.99)

ANS: 3.9601

Q7. 2 persons can finish a job in 8 days. First person alone can finish the work in 24 days. How many days does the second person take to finish the job?

ANS: 12 days

Q8. Two persons start at the same point, walk in opposite directions with 5 km/hr and 5.5 km/hr respectively. What is the distance separated after 2 and half hrs?

ANS: 26.25

Q9. What is the angle of degree suspended when two hands of clock showing the time 2.30?

ANS: 105 degrees

Q10.  In a rectangle the length is increased by of the original length. By what proportion should the width be reduced so that the area will be the same?

ANS: 33

Q11. If a square is formed by the diagonal of the square as an edge, what is the ratio between the area?

ANS: 2

Q12. The perimeter of a rhombus is 52 units. One of its diagonal is 24 units. What is its second diagonals length?

ANS: 10

Q13. Area of square = sum of areas of rect1(41*27) and rect2(41*14). Find square side.

ANS: 41

Q14. 22 June 2003 is Sunday which year previously did 22 June became Sunday?

Q15. A man walked 30 m west, 5 m south, 10 m west, 35 m north to reach toll gate. Find the distance from start to gate.

ANS: 50 m (use Pythogoras)

SYNONYMS, ANTONYMS & INCORRECT SPELLINGS

Q16. Profligate

Q17. Bland

Q18. Lighten

Q19. Acrimonious

Q20. Vigour

Q21. Inconspicuous

Q22. Cusp

Q23. Abate

Computer Awareness

Q24. Expand CORBA

ANS: Common Object Request Broker Architecture.

Q25. What is the lock symbol appearing in bottom of the browser mean?

ANS: connection secured.

Q26. Expand WAP

ANS: Wireless Application Protocol

Q27. Where is SIM card found?

ANS: mobile phone (by the way can you expand SIM)

Q28. For given values of a,b, find the output.

Input a,b
s=0;    c=a;    d=b;
while(d<>0)
{     s=s+c;
d=d-1;
}Print s

Q29. For given values of a,b, find the output.

Input a,b
while(3a+2b<100)
{s=s+a;
a=a+2;      b=b-1;
}

Q30. What is the output of the following program?

main()
{
int a[]={ 2,4,6,8,10 };
int i;
change(a,5);
for( i = 0; i <= 4; i++)
printf( %d,a[i]);
}
change( int *b, int n){
int i;
for( i = 0; i < n; i++)
*(b+i) = *(b+i) + 5;
}

Q31. Which is the oldest computing device still in use?

ANS: Abacus

Q32. Nibble is equal to how many bits?

ANS: 4 bits

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