Wipro Placement Paper 5

Wipro Placement Paper 5

The final practice paper for Wipro is here. This paper has 60 questions from quant, verbal and reasoning. Set a timer for 60mins and give your best shot. 

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Q1

The sum of the perfect squares between 120 and 300 is

Level 1 Numbers
A

1204

B

1024

C

1296

D

1400

Q2

A number less than 500, when divided by 4,5,6,7 leaves remainder 1 in each case. The number is

Level 1 HCF and LCM Basic Concept of LCM and HCF Division Remainder and Word Problems
A

211

B

420

C

421

D

441

Q3

The value of (\(0.\overline{2}\)+\(0.\overline{3}\)+\(0.\overline{32}\)) is

Level 1 Decimal Fractions Recurring Decimals Decimals Basic
A

\(0.\overline{77}\)

B

\(0.\overline{82}\)

C

\(0.\overline{86}\)

D

\(0.\overline{87}\)

E


Q4
\(\frac{(0.73)^{3}+(0.27)^{3}}{(0.73)^{2}+(0.27)^{2}-0.73*0.27}\)=?
Level 1 Simplification Simplifying Equations
A

0.27

B

0.4087

C

0.73

D

1

Q5

9\(x^{2}\)+25-30x can be expressed as the square of

Level 1 Squares and Square Roots Simplification of Square Roots
A

3\(x^{2}\)-25

B

3x-5

C

-3x-5

D

3x-5

Q6

A shop of electronics goods is closed on Monday. The average daily sales for remaining six days of a week is Rs.15,460 and the average sale of Tuesday to Saturday is Rs.14,124. The sales on Sunday is

Level 1 Average Weighted Averages
A

Rs.20,188

B

Data inadequate

C

Rs.23,220

D

Rs.21,704

Q7

The product of two consecutive numbers is 4032. Find the numbers.

Level 1 Problems on Numbers Consecutive and reciprocal numbers
A

61 and 62

B

63 and 64

C

65 and 66

D

67 and 68

Q8

The average of the ages of a man and his daughter is 34 years. If the respective ratio of their ages four years from now is 14:5, what is daughter's present age?

Level 1 Problems on Ages Ratio Problems
A

10 years

B

12 years

C

18 years

D

cannot be determined

E

none of these

Q9

\(6^{1.2}\)*\(36^{?}\)*\(30^{2.4}\)*\(25^{1.3}\)=\(30^{5}\)

Level 2 Surds and Indices Find the unknown
A

0.1

B

0.7

C

1.4

D

2.6

E

none of these

Q10

A salesman's commission is 5% on all sales up to Rs. 10,000 and 4% on all sales exceeding this. He remits Rs. 31100 to his parent company after deducting commission. Find the total sales

Level 2 Percentage Expenditure
A

31500

B

32000

C

32500

D

32650

Q11

If an article is sold for Rs.x, there is a loss of 15%. If the same article is sold for Rs.y, there is a profit of 15%. The ratio of (y-x) to (y+x) is

Level 2 Profit and Loss Find Profit or Loss
A

3:20

B

20:3

C

17:23

D

20:23

Q12

The monthly salaries of Pia and Som are in the ratio of 5 : 4. From her monthly salary, gives \(\frac{3}{5}\) to her mother, 15% towards her sister's tuition fees, 18% towards a loan and she shops with the remaining amount, which is Rs.2100. What is the monthly salary of Som?

Level 2 Ratio and Proportion Comparing Ratio Questions
A

Rs.25000

B

Rs.30000

C

Rs.15000

D

Rs.24000

Q13

X and Y are partners in a business. X contributed \(\frac{1}{3}\) of the capital for 9 months and Y received \(\frac{2}{5}\) of the profits. For how long was Y's money used in the business?

Level 2 Partnership
A

months

B

months

C

months

D

months

Q14

A alone can do a piece of work in 6 days and B alone in 8 days. A and B undertook to do it for Rs. 3200. With the help of C, they completed the work in 3 days. How much is to be paid to C?

Level 2 Time and Work Other Type Questions
A

Rs. 375

B

Rs. 400

C

Rs. 600

D

Rs. 800

Q15

A tank has two outlets A and B, which together take 6 hours to empty a full tank when they are opened simultaneously. The tank was initially half-full and both the outlets were opened. If the inlet alone can fill pipe 'X' was also opened. If the inlet alone can fill an empty tank in 4 hours, how much time will it now take to fill the tank completely?

Level 2 Pipes and Cisterns Rate of Pipes
A

8

B

7

C

8\(\frac{1}{2}\)

D

9

Q16

Train A traveling at 63 kmph can cross a platform 199.5 m long in 21 seconds. How much time would train A take to completely cross train B, 157 m long and traveling at 54 kmph in opposite direction which train A is traveling?

Level 2 Problems on Trains Relative Motion of Train
A

16

B

18

C

12

D

10

Q17

Under the Rural Housing Scheme, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) allotted a house to Kamal Raj for Rs.1,26,100. This payment is to be made in three equal annual instalments. If the money is reckoned at 5% per annum compound interest, then how much is to be paid by Kamal Raj in each installments?

Level 3 Compound Interest Basic Formulae Based Questions
A

Rs.45205

B

Rs.46305

C

Rs.47405

D

Rs.48505

Q18

A tank has two outlets A and B, which together take 6 hours to empty a full tank when they are opened simultaneously. The tank was initially half-full and both the outlets were opened. If the inlet alone can fill pipe 'X' was also opened. If the inlet alone can fill an empty tank in 4 hours, how much time will it now take to fill the tank completely?

Level 3 Pipes and Cisterns Rate of Pipes
A

8

B

7

C

8\(\frac{1}{2}\)

D

9

Q19

A vessel contains a mixture of Grape, Pineapple and Banana juices in the respective ratio of 4 : 6 : 5. 15 litres of this mixture is taken out and 8 litres of grape juice and 2 litres of pineapple juice is added to the vessel. If the resultant quantity of grape juice is 10 litres less than the resultant quantity of pineapple juice, what was the initial quantity of mixture in the vessel?

Level 3 Alligation or Mixture Ratio or Quantity of ingredients
A

120

B

150

C

105

D

135

Q20

There are six teachers. Out of them two are primary teachers and two are secondary teachers. They are to stand in a row, so as the primary teachers, middle teachers and secondary teachers are always in a set. The number of ways in which they can do so, is

Level 3 Permutation and Combinations Objects Position Fixed
A

52

B

48

C

34

D

None of these

Passage

Q21

Statements : All road are bricks. some bricks are ropes. all ropes are doors.

Conclusions : I. Some rods are doors.

II. some doors are bricks.

III. Some rods are not doors.

IV. All doars are ropes.

Level 1 Logic
A

I and II follow

B

I, II and III follow

C

either I or III, and II follow

D

either I or III, and IV follow

E

None of these

Q22

Statements : Should the council of ministers once appointed be kept the same for the entire period intervening two elections?

Arguments :

I. No. Shuffling of ministers and portfolios is a healthy democratic process.

II. Yes. The ministers do not get a hold on their portfolio unless they are kept for a longer duration.

Level 1 Arguments
A
if only argument I is strong
B
if only argument II is strong
C
if either I or II is strong
D
if neither I nor II is strong
E
if both I and II are strong
Q23

Statements : The Government has decided to levy 2 percent on the tax amount payable for funding drought relief programmes.

Assumptions :

I. The Government does not have sufficient money to fund drought relief programmes.

II. The amount collected by way on surcharge may be adequate to fund these dought relief programmes.

Level 1 Assumptions
A
if only assumption I is implicit
B
if only assumption II is implicit
C
if either I or II is implicit
D
if neither I nor II is implicit
E
if both I and II are implicit

Passage

Q24

Statement : Number of dropouts from the municipal schools have significantly increased after withdrawal of mid-day meal scheme.

Courses of action :

I. The government should reconsider its decision of withdrawal of mid-day meal scheme.

II. The government should close down some of the municipal schools.

III. The government should carry out a detailed study to find out the reasons for school dropouts.

Level 1 Courses of Action
A

None follows

B

C

I and III

D

II and III

E

All follow.

Q25

Statement : The percentage of the national income shared by the top 10 per cent of households in India is 35.

Conclusions :

I. When an economy grows fast, concentration of wealth in certain pockets of population takes place.

II. The national income is unevenly distributed in India.

Level 1 Conclusions
A
if only conclusion I follows
B
if only conclusion II follows
C
if either I or II follows
D
if neither I nor II follows
E
if both I and II follow

Passage

Q26

There is no need to have any machinery to ensure strict adherence to the rules by citizens.

Level 1 Deriving Conclusions from passages
A
if the inference is 'definitely true' i.e., it directly follows from the facts given in the passage
B
if the inference is 'probably true' though not definitely true in the light of the facts given
C
if the 'data provided is inadequate' i.e., from the facts given you cannot say whether the inference is likely to be true or false
D
if the inference is 'probably false' though not definitely false in the light of the facts given
E
if the inference is 'definitely false' i.e., it contradicts the given facts

Passage

Q27

I. The government has recently fixed the fees for professional courses offered by the unaided institutions which are much lower than the fees charged last year.

II. The parents of the aspiring students launched a severe agitation last year protesting against the high fees charged by the unaided institutions.

Level 1 Cause and Effect Reasoning
A
If Statement I is cause and statement II is its effect
B
If Statement II is cause and statement I is its effect
C
If both the statements I and II are independent causes
D
If both the statements I and II are effects of independent cause
E
If both the statement I and II are effects of some common cause
Q28

In  a certain code, BASIC is written as DDULE. How is LEADER written in that code?

Level 1 Coding Decoding
A

NGCFGT

B

NHCGGU

C

OGDFHT

D

OHDGHU

Q29

If 'A$B' means 'A is brother B'

'[email protected]'means 'A is wife of B';

'A#B'means 'A is daughter of B';

'A£B' means 'A is father of B'.

Then which of the following expression indicates the relation ship 'K is father-in-law of H'?

Level 2 Blood Relations

Passage

Q30

Which of the following is not a correct neighbour pair?

Level 2 Puzzle Test
A

A and F

B

D and F

C

B and E

D

C and F

Passage

Q31

Suppose the first and the second letters of the English alphabet changed places, also the third and the fourth, the fifth and the sixth, and so on. In the new alphabet, thus formed, which letter would be the 14th?

Level 2 Alphabet Test
A

H

B

K

C

L

D

M

E

None of these

Passage

Q32

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on the above arrangement and hence form a group. Which one does not belong to the group?

Level 2 Alpha - Numeric Sequence Puzzle
A

*V2M

B

↑2DE

C

LDB=

D

VF74

E

&LNP

Q33

There are 50 students admitted to a nursery class. Some students can speak only English and some can speak only Hindi. Ten Students can speak both English and Hindi. If the number of students who can speak English is 21, then how many students can speak Hindi, how many can speak only Hindi and how many can speak only English?

Level 2 Arithmetical Reasoning
A

39, 29 and 11 respectively

B

37, 27 and 13 respectively

C

28, 18 and 22 respectively

D

21, 11 and 29 respectively

Q34

You are making a presentation on a new project that you have planned. But two of the other members are trying to snub you and emphasize their point

Level 2 Situation Reaction Test
A

You insult them and say it on their face to shut them up

B

You tell them politely as well as firmly to make their point later and let you continue

C

You feel really hurt and indulge in an argument with them

D

You tend to understand their intentions, so ignore them and keep concentrating on your presentation.

Q35

Assertion (A) : There is rainbow in the sky only after rains.

Reason (R) : Water drops suspended in the air break up sun's rays into seven colours.

Level 2 Assertion and Reason
A
if both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A
B
if both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A
C
if A is true but R is false
D
if A is false but R is true
E
if both A and R are false

Passage

Q36

Madan Giri is a Mechanical Engineer. He has secured 60% marks in his final degree exam. He has secured 65% marks in HSC. He has secured 55% marks in his post-graduation in mechanical engineering.

Level 2 Eligibility Test
A

Eligible under (i), (iv), (v)

B

Eligible under (ii), (iv) and (v)

C

Eligible under (iii), (iv) and (v)

D

Eligible under (iv) and (v)

E

None of these

Q37

In which direction is Rahul facing?

I. In the early morning Rahul was standing in front of a puppet and the shadow of puppet was falling to the right of Rahul.

II. In the early morning Rahul was standing on the ground. His shadow was falling behind him when he turned to his left.

Level 3 Data Sufficiency
A
if the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not answer the question
B
if the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not answer the question
C
if the data either in statement I alone or in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question
D
if the data in both statements I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question
E
if the data in both statements I and II together are necessary to answer the question

Passage

Q38

Level 3 Inserting the missing character
A

619

B

660

C

670

D

690

Q39

In a row of boys, A is fifteenth from the left and B is fourth from the right. There are three boys between A and B. C is just left of A. What is C's position from the right?

Level 3 Number Ranking Time Sequence
A

9th

B

10th

C

12th

D

13th

Q40

In this type of questions, certain numbers are given, out of which all except one share some common property and hence are alike. while one is different and this number is to be chosen as the answer.

Level 3 Classification
A

120

B

168

C

290

D

380

Q41

In each of the following questions, out of the given alternative choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the italicised bold part of the sentence.

I have told him many times not to do that

Synonyms
A

several

B

unlimited

C

endless

D

numberless

Q42

In the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the word

Emphasize

Synonyms
A

Suggest

B

Plead

C

Stress

D

Forse

Q43

In following question, choose the word opposite to the meaning to the given word.

Guilty

Antonyms
A

innocent

B

pure

C

virtuous

D

argelic

Q44

In following question consists of a word or phase which is italicised bold in the sentence given. It is followed by certain words or phases. Select the work or phase which is closest to the opposite in meaning of the italicised word or phase.

There was no altruistic motive that prompted him to help her.

Antonyms
A

wicked

B

brutal

C

inhuman

D

selfish

Q45

In the following question, find out which part of the sentence has an error. If there is no mistake, the answer is 'No error'

The article (a) / should not exceed (b) / more than five hundred words. (c) / No error (d)

Spotting Errors
A
a
B
b
C
c
D
d
E
e
Q46

In sentence below, four words/group of words which are labeled (a), (b), (c) and (d) have been printed in bold type, one of which may be either inappropriate in the context of the sentence or wrongly spelt. If all the four are appropriate and also correctly spelt, mark 'All correct' as the answer.

Kashmir valley (a) / is full (b) / of wild yallow (c) / flowers. (d) / All correct (e).

Spotting Errors
A
a
B
b
C
c
D
d
E
e
Q47

Which of the following spelling is wrong?

Spelling Test
A

Beetle

B

Beautician

C

Bearable

D

Beautifull

Q48

Which of the following spelling is wrong?

Spelling Test
A

Regular

B

Criminal

C

Couragous

D

Garbage

Q49

Below are given different forms of a sentence labelled as (a), (b), (c) and (d). Choose the one which conveys the meaning of the sentence correctly.

Choosing Correct incorrect Sentence
A

If you had told me that you were in Bombay I had certainly contacted by you instead of getting bored there

B

If you had me that you were in Bombay I would have certainly contacted you despite getting bored there

C

If you had told me that you were in Bombay I would have certainly contacted you instead of getting bored there

D

None of the above

Q50

Below are given different forms of a sentence labelled as (a), (b), (c) and (d). Choose the one which conveys the meaning of the sentence correctly.

Choosing Correct incorrect Sentence
A

I was rather impressed by the manner of the speaker than by his matter

B

I was impressed by the manner of the speaker rather than by his matter

C

Rather I was impressed by the manner of the speaker than by his matter

D

None of the above

Q51

In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct (or Indirect) speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect(or Direct) speech.

He said,"What a beautiful scene!"

Direct and Indirect Speech
A

He said that what a beautiful scene it was

B

He wondered that it was a beautiful scene

C

He exclaimed that it was a very beautiful scene

D

None of these

Q52

In the following question, a sentence has been given in Direct (or Indirect) speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect(or Direct) speech.

He said to me, "Where is the psot office?"

Direct and Indirect Speech
A

He wanted to know where the past office was

B

He asked me that where the post office was

C

He asked me where the psot office was

D

None of these

Q53

In following question, Some alternatives are suggested for the idiom/phrase in italic in the sentence. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given idiom/proverb.

My plan to have a new car fell through

Idioms and Phrases
A

was completed

B

was completed with difficulty

C

was postponded

D

failed to materialise

Q54

In following question, Some alternatives are suggested for the idiom/phrase in italic in the sentence. Choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given idiom/proverb.

We should do away with the present examination system.

Idioms and Phrases
A

prohibit

B

demolish

C

extend

D

abolish

Passage

Q55

The author suggests classification of various countries on one additional dimension. Which of the following is that dimension?

Reading Comprehension
A

Economic progress

B

Human rights

C

Industrial progress

D

Political systems

Passage

Q56

Government contributed to the Consumer Protection Movement by

Reading Comprehension
A

toning up a district level redressal machinery

B

clearing the backlog cases in the consumer court

C

setting by infrastructure

D

enactment of the Consumer Protection Act

Q57

Pick out the most effective word from the given words to fill in the blank to make the sentence meaningfully complete

In large cities people are cut ............... from nature.

Sentence Completion
A

down

B

out

C

off

D

away

Q58

Pick out the most appropriate pair to fill in the blanks in the same order, to make the sentence meaningfully complete.

He is a postmaster ............. a cock and bull story whenever his boss tries to pull him up for his negligence.

Sentence Completion
A

pulling out

B

hitting upon

C

dishing out

D

cooking up

Q59

In question below, a part of sentence is printed in italics. Below each sentence, some phrases are given which can substitute the italicised part of the sentence. Find out the phrases which can correctly substitute that part of the sentence. If the sentence is correct as it is, the answer is 'No correction required'or 'No improvement'.

The quality of food served in this hotel is so poor that no respectable person would want to eat over here.

Sentence Improvement
A

will want to eat

B

will want to have eaten

C

will have wanted to eat

D

will be wanting to eat

Q60

In question below, a part of sentence is printed in italics. Below each sentence, some phrases are given which can substitute the italicised part of the sentence. Find out the phrases which can correctly substitute that part of the sentence. If the sentence is correct as it is, the answer is 'No correction required'or 'No improvement'.

The Principal lamented that though a detailed report was submitted to the management a month ago no action is being taken so far.

Sentence Improvement
A

no action had taken

B

no action has been taken

C

no action being taken

D

No improvement

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