Railway Asm Ta Mock Test 5

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  • 1. 
    Which of the following memories has the shortest access times?
    • A. 

      Cache memory

    • B. 

      Magnetic bubble memory

    • C. 

      Magnetic core memory

    • D. 

      RAM

  • 2. 
    The unit of radioactivity is
    • A. 

      Megavolt

    • B. 

      Curie

    • C. 

      Weber

    • D. 

      Quark

  • 3. 
    Which of the following memories allows simultaneous read and write operations?
    • A. 

      ROM

    • B. 

      RAM

    • C. 

      EPROM

    • D. 

      None of above

  • 4. 
    Which of the following produces the best quality graphics reproduction?
    • A. 

      Laser printer

    • B. 

      Ink jet printer

    • C. 

      Plotter

    • D. 

      Dot matrix

  • 5. 
    Which one of the following has given ‘Aadhaar’ as its new brand name ?
    • A. 

      UIDAI

    • B. 

      Sports Ministry, GOI

    • C. 

      Ministry of Tourism, GOI

    • D. 

      NHAI

  • 6. 
    According to a report submitted by IMF in its World Economic Outlook, which one of the following countries will have highest percent GDP growth rate in 2011 ?
    • A. 

      CHINA

    • B. 

      INDIA

    • C. 

      BRAZIL

    • D. 

      RUSSIA

  • 7. 
    Which of the following will help poor to come out of their poverty ? 
    1. Good Health Service 
    2. Freedom from illiteracy 
    3. Optimum Sex Ratio
    • A. 

      Only 1

    • B. 

      Only 2 and 3

    • C. 

      Only 1 and 2

    • D. 

      All

  • 8. 
    There are 800 students in a class. On one particular day, if 1 of the students were absent out of 10.How many students were present?
    • A. 

      720

    • B. 

      725

    • C. 

      730

    • D. 

      724

  • 9. 
    Aditi read 4/5 th of Shaktimaan comic book which has 100 pages. How many pages of the book is not yet read by Aditi?
    • A. 

      40

    • B. 

      60

    • C. 

      80

    • D. 

      20

  • 10. 
    The difference between 42% and 28% of a number is 210. What will be 59% of that number?
    • A. 

      900

    • B. 

      420

    • C. 

      885

    • D. 

      None of these

  • 11. 
    A’s share is Rs. 1000 more than B’s but A’s capital is invested for 8 months. If A’s share of the yearly profits is same as that of B what is A’s capital? 
    • A. 

      1500

    • B. 

      2000

    • C. 

      3000

    • D. 

      4000

  • 12. 
    When 782 is subtracted from the square of a number, the answer is 6460. What is that number?
    • A. 

      109

    • B. 

      113

    • C. 

      112

    • D. 

      115

  • 13. 
    In what ratio should one variety of oil at rs. 9.5 per liter be mixed with another variety at Rs. 10 per liter to gat a mixture worth Rs. 9.6 per liter? 
    • A. 

      1:4

    • B. 

      3:10

    • C. 

      4:1

    • D. 

      23:1

  • 14. 
    A labourer was engaged for 25 days on the condition that for every day, he works, he will be paid Rs 2 and for every day, he is absent he will be fined 50 paise.If he receives only Rs. 37.50, find the number of days he was absent.
    • A. 

      5

    • B. 

      6

    • C. 

      7

    • D. 

      4

  • 15. 
    If GODAVARI is coded as KSHEZEVM then what is the code forNARMADA? 
    • A. 

      REQUHE

    • B. 

      REVQEHE

    • C. 

      RDVQEHE

    • D. 

      REUPEHE

  • 16. 
    1,8,7,8,4,4,3,9,3,2,1,___
    • A. 

      2

    • B. 

      4

    • C. 

      10

    • D. 

      8

  • 17. 
    ABC, BDF,CGJ,DKO,____
    • A. 

      EPU

    • B. 

      EPV

    • C. 

      EPT

    • D. 

      None

  • 18. 
    KEATS = 56, SHELLEY = 86, BROWNING =?
    • A. 

      45

    • B. 

      37

    • C. 

      50

    • D. 

      102

  • 19. 
    Which number is missing? 1, 9, 25, 49,   -----------
    • A. 

      121

    • B. 

      81

    • C. 

      16

    • D. 

      169

  • 20. 
    If BATCH is coded as ABSDG then what is the code for TERM? 
    • A. 

      PFSL

    • B. 

      SFQL

    • C. 

      SFQN

    • D. 

      None

  • 21. 
    Pick out the stranger in the following:
    1. The Ramayan
    2. The Mahabharata
    3. The Geeta
    4. Kuran
    • A. 

      1

    • B. 

      2

    • C. 

      3

    • D. 

      4

  • 22. 
    If Copy is called Cut, Cut is called Paste, Paste is called Recycle and Recycle is called Copy. What operation is done when Copy is called?
    • A. 

      Copy

    • B. 

      Cut

    • C. 

      Paste

    • D. 

      Recycle

  • 23. 
    Mount Vesuvius, a volcano located between the ancient Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, has received much attention because of its frequent and destructive eruptions. The most famous of these eruptions occurred in A. D. 79. The volcano had been inactive for centuries. There was little warning of the coming eruption, although one account unearthed by archaeologists says that a hard rain and a strong wind had disturbed the celestial calm during the preceding night. Early the next morning, the volcano poured a huge river of molten rock down upon Herculaneum, completely burying the city and filling in the harbor with coagulated lava. Meanwhile, on the other side of the mountain, cinders, stone and ash rained down onPompeii.Sparks from the burning ash ignited the combustible rooftops quickly. Large portions of the city were destroyed in the conflagration. Fire, however, was not the only cause of destruction. Poisonous sulphuric gases saturated the air. These heavy gases were not buoyant in the atmosphere and therefore sank toward the earth and suffocated people. Over the years, excavations of Pompeiiand Herculaneumhave revealed a great deal about the behavior of the volcano. By analyzing data, much as a zoologist dissects a specimen animal, scientist have concluded that the eruption changed large portions of the area's geography. For instance, it turned the SarnoRiverfrom its course and raised the level of the beach along the Bayof Naples. Meteorologists studying these events have also concluded that Vesuvius caused a huge tidal wave that affected the world's climate. In addition to making these investigations, archaeologists have been able to study the skeletons of victims by using distilled water to wash away the volcanic ash. By strengthening the brittle bones with acrylic paint, scientists have been able to examine the skeletons and draw conclusions about the diet and habits of the residents. Finally, the excavations at bothPompeii andHerculaneum have yielded many examples of classical art, such as jewelry made of bronze, which is an alloy of copper and tin. The eruption ofMount Vesuviusand its tragic consequences have provided us with a wealth of data about the effects that volcanoes can have on the surrounding area. Today volcanologists can locate and predict eruptions, saving lives and preventing the destruction of cities and cultures. Question 14: -Herculaneum and its harbor were buried under ___lava
    • A. 

      Liquid

    • B. 

      Solid

    • C. 

      Gas

    • D. 

      Flowing

  • 24. 
    Mount Vesuvius, a volcano located between the ancient Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, has received much attention because of its frequent and destructive eruptions. The most famous of these eruptions occurred in A. D. 79. The volcano had been inactive for centuries. There was little warning of the coming eruption, although one account unearthed by archaeologists says that a hard rain and a strong wind had disturbed the celestial calm during the preceding night. Early the next morning, the volcano poured a huge river of molten rock down upon Herculaneum, completely burying the city and filling in the harbor with coagulated lava. Meanwhile, on the other side of the mountain, cinders, stone and ash rained down onPompeii.Sparks from the burning ash ignited the combustible rooftops quickly. Large portions of the city were destroyed in the conflagration. Fire, however, was not the only cause of destruction. Poisonous sulphuric gases saturated the air. These heavy gases were not buoyant in the atmosphere and therefore sank toward the earth and suffocated people. Over the years, excavations of Pompeiiand Herculaneumhave revealed a great deal about the behavior of the volcano. By analyzing data, much as a zoologist dissects a specimen animal, scientist have concluded that the eruption changed large portions of the area's geography. For instance, it turned the SarnoRiverfrom its course and raised the level of the beach along the Bayof Naples. Meteorologists studying these events have also concluded that Vesuvius caused a huge tidal wave that affected the world's climate. In addition to making these investigations, archaeologists have been able to study the skeletons of victims by using distilled water to wash away the volcanic ash. By strengthening the brittle bones with acrylic paint, scientists have been able to examine the skeletons and draw conclusions about the diet and habits of the residents. Finally, the excavations at bothPompeii andHerculaneum have yielded many examples of classical art, such as jewelry made of bronze, which is an alloy of copper and tin. The eruption ofMount Vesuviusand its tragic consequences have provided us with a wealth of data about the effects that volcanoes can have on the surrounding area. Today volcanologists can locate and predict eruptions, saving lives and preventing the destruction of cities and cultures. Question: - The poisonous gases were not ___ in the air.
    • A. 

      Able to float

    • B. 

      Visible

    • C. 

      Able to evaporate

    • D. 

      invisible

  • 25. 
    Mount Vesuvius, a volcano located between the ancient Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, has received much attention because of its frequent and destructive eruptions. The most famous of these eruptions occurred in A. D. 79. The volcano had been inactive for centuries. There was little warning of the coming eruption, although one account unearthed by archaeologists says that a hard rain and a strong wind had disturbed the celestial calm during the preceding night. Early the next morning, the volcano poured a huge river of molten rock down upon Herculaneum, completely burying the city and filling in the harbor with coagulated lava. Meanwhile, on the other side of the mountain, cinders, stone and ash rained down onPompeii.Sparks from the burning ash ignited the combustible rooftops quickly. Large portions of the city were destroyed in the conflagration. Fire, however, was not the only cause of destruction. Poisonous sulphuric gases saturated the air. These heavy gases were not buoyant in the atmosphere and therefore sank toward the earth and suffocated people. Over the years, excavations of Pompeiiand Herculaneumhave revealed a great deal about the behavior of the volcano. By analyzing data, much as a zoologist dissects a specimen animal, scientist have concluded that the eruption changed large portions of the area's geography. For instance, it turned the SarnoRiverfrom its course and raised the level of the beach along the Bayof Naples. Meteorologists studying these events have also concluded that Vesuvius caused a huge tidal wave that affected the world's climate. In addition to making these investigations, archaeologists have been able to study the skeletons of victims by using distilled water to wash away the volcanic ash. By strengthening the brittle bones with acrylic paint, scientists have been able to examine the skeletons and draw conclusions about the diet and habits of the residents. Finally, the excavations at bothPompeii andHerculaneum have yielded many examples of classical art, such as jewelry made of bronze, which is an alloy of copper and tin. The eruption ofMount Vesuviusand its tragic consequences have provided us with a wealth of data about the effects that volcanoes can have on the surrounding area. Today volcanologists can locate and predict eruptions, saving lives and preventing the destruction of cities and cultures. Question: - ____have concluded that the volcanic eruption caused a tidal wave.  .
    • A. 

      Scientist who study oceans

    • B. 

      Scientist who study atmospheric conditions

    • C. 

      Scientist who study ash

    • D. 

      Scientist who study animal behavior

  • 26. 
    Mount Vesuvius, a volcano located between the ancient Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, has received much attention because of its frequent and destructive eruptions. The most famous of these eruptions occurred in A. D. 79. The volcano had been inactive for centuries. There was little warning of the coming eruption, although one account unearthed by archaeologists says that a hard rain and a strong wind had disturbed the celestial calm during the preceding night. Early the next morning, the volcano poured a huge river of molten rock down upon Herculaneum, completely burying the city and filling in the harbor with coagulated lava. Meanwhile, on the other side of the mountain, cinders, stone and ash rained down onPompeii.Sparks from the burning ash ignited the combustible rooftops quickly. Large portions of the city were destroyed in the conflagration. Fire, however, was not the only cause of destruction. Poisonous sulphuric gases saturated the air. These heavy gases were not buoyant in the atmosphere and therefore sank toward the earth and suffocated people. Over the years, excavations of Pompeiiand Herculaneumhave revealed a great deal about the behavior of the volcano. By analyzing data, much as a zoologist dissects a specimen animal, scientist have concluded that the eruption changed large portions of the area's geography. For instance, it turned the SarnoRiverfrom its course and raised the level of the beach along the Bayof Naples. Meteorologists studying these events have also concluded that Vesuvius caused a huge tidal wave that affected the world's climate. In addition to making these investigations, archaeologists have been able to study the skeletons of victims by using distilled water to wash away the volcanic ash. By strengthening the brittle bones with acrylic paint, scientists have been able to examine the skeletons and draw conclusions about the diet and habits of the residents. Finally, the excavations at bothPompeii andHerculaneum have yielded many examples of classical art, such as jewelry made of bronze, which is an alloy of copper and tin. The eruption ofMount Vesuviusand its tragic consequences have provided us with a wealth of data about the effects that volcanoes can have on the surrounding area. Today volcanologists can locate and predict eruptions, saving lives and preventing the destruction of cities and cultures. Qestion :Scientists analyzed data about Vesuvius in the same way that a zoologist ___ a specimen
    • A. 

      Describes in detail

    • B. 

      Studies by cutting apart

    • C. 

      Photographs

    • D. 

      Chart

  • 27. 
    Mount Vesuvius, a volcano located between the ancient Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, has received much attention because of its frequent and destructive eruptions. The most famous of these eruptions occurred in A. D. 79. The volcano had been inactive for centuries. There was little warning of the coming eruption, although one account unearthed by archaeologists says that a hard rain and a strong wind had disturbed the celestial calm during the preceding night. Early the next morning, the volcano poured a huge river of molten rock down upon Herculaneum, completely burying the city and filling in the harbor with coagulated lava. Meanwhile, on the other side of the mountain, cinders, stone and ash rained down onPompeii.Sparks from the burning ash ignited the combustible rooftops quickly. Large portions of the city were destroyed in the conflagration. Fire, however, was not the only cause of destruction. Poisonous sulphuric gases saturated the air. These heavy gases were not buoyant in the atmosphere and therefore sank toward the earth and suffocated people. Over the years, excavations of Pompeiiand Herculaneumhave revealed a great deal about the behavior of the volcano. By analyzing data, much as a zoologist dissects a specimen animal, scientist have concluded that the eruption changed large portions of the area's geography. For instance, it turned the SarnoRiverfrom its course and raised the level of the beach along the Bayof Naples. Meteorologists studying these events have also concluded that Vesuvius caused a huge tidal wave that affected the world's climate. In addition to making these investigations, archaeologists have been able to study the skeletons of victims by using distilled water to wash away the volcanic ash. By strengthening the brittle bones with acrylic paint, scientists have been able to examine the skeletons and draw conclusions about the diet and habits of the residents. Finally, the excavations at bothPompeii andHerculaneum have yielded many examples of classical art, such as jewelry made of bronze, which is an alloy of copper and tin. The eruption ofMount Vesuviusand its tragic consequences have provided us with a wealth of data about the effects that volcanoes can have on the surrounding area. Today volcanologists can locate and predict eruptions, saving lives and preventing the destruction of cities and cultures. Qestion :Scientist have used ___water to wash away volcanic ash from the skeletons of victims. 
    • A. 

      Bottled

    • B. 

      Volcanic

    • C. 

      Purified

    • D. 

      Sea

  • 28. 
    The two civilizations which helped in the formation of Gandhara School of Arts are
    • A. 

      Indian and Roman

    • B. 

      Indian and Egyptian

    • C. 

      Greek and Roman

    • D. 

      Indian and Greek

  • 29. 
    A piece of road is one kilo- meter in length. We have to supply lamp posts. One post at each end, distance between two consecutive lamp posts is 25 meters The number of lamp posts required is:
    • A. 

      41

    • B. 

      51

    • C. 

      61

    • D. 

      42

  • 30. 
    The quotient in a division sum is 403. The divisor is 100 and the remainder is 58, the dividend is
    • A. 

      40458

    • B. 

      34058

    • C. 

      43058

    • D. 

      40358