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Adobe Aptitude Questions

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**George adores classical music. He always prefers Beethoven to Bartok and Mahler to Mozart. He prefers**

**Haydn to Hindemith and Hindeniith to Mozart. He always prefers Mahler to any whose name begins with B,**

**except Beethoven, and he always chooses to listen to a he prefers.**

##### George’s brother gives him one recording by each of the composers mentioned. Which of the following correctly states the

order in which George must play some of the records?

Beethoven, Bartok, Mozart

Haydn, Hindemith, Mozart

Beethoven, Mahler, Bartok

Hindemith, Mahier, Mozart

Haydn, Hindemith, Mahler

prefers Haydn to Hindemith and Hindeniith to Mozart. He always prefers Mahler to any composer whose

nanie begins with B, except Beethoven, and he always chooses to listen to a composer he prefers.

**Which of the following can not be true?**

**Pick one of the choices**

George prefers Mahler to Bartok

O George prefers Beethoven to Mahler

O George prefers Bartok to Mozart

O George prefers Mozart to Beethoven

0 George prefers Mahler to Haydn

**George’s mother also gives him one recording by each composer mentioned. Which of the following can not occur?**

Pick one of the

Pick one of the

George plays the Haydn first

George plays the Mahler third

George plays the Beethoven fifth

George plays the Bartok last

**George’s father gives him several records. If the first record he plays is by Berlioz, which of following must be true?**

Pick one of the choices

Pick one of the choices

There is no record by Bartok

One of the records may be by Haydn

If there Is a record by Haydn, George will play It second

There is no record by Beethoven

**If MILK is written as 1391211 How would you write CURD**

311073

3121184

221194

223173

None of the above

**If you rearrange the letters ITORSHC you’ll get the name of a famous.**

Cty

Animal

Sportsperson

Movie Star

**1. At a baseball game, five nien – L, M, N, 0 and P, and five women – S, T, U, V and W occupy a row of**

ten seats. The men are in odd numbered seats, starting from the left, each women sits to the right of

the man she is dating

ten seats. The men are in odd numbered seats, starting from the left, each women sits to the right of

the man she is dating

2. OisV’sdate

3. W is not at the right end of the row and the man she is dating is not at the left end of the row

4. N Is one seat froiii the right end of the row

5. The man dating W likes T best among the other women and insists on being seated to the right of T

6. M and his date occupy the middle pair of seats

7. V sits next to M

**Which of the following could be determined exactly if the position of either L or P were given**

pick one of the choices

pick one of the choices

The identity of L’s date

The identity of P’s date

The identity of L’s date or P’s date, but not both

**Which woman Is not seated between two men**

Who is sitting to 0’s left

Who is sitting to 0’s left

2. W is not at the right end of the row and the man she is dating is not at the left end of the row

3. N is one seat from the right end of the row

4. At a baseball game, five men – L, M, N, 0 and P, and five women – S, T, U, V and W occupy a row of

ten seats. The men are in odd numbered seats, starting from the left, each women sits to the right of

the man she is dating

5. The man dating W likes T best among the other women and insists on being seated to the right of T

6. M and his date occupy the middle pair of seats

7. V sits next to M

**In order to determine the position of T, it is necessary to use how many of the numbered statements?**

Pick one of the choices3

Pick one of the choices

4

6

7

Both B and C are prerequisites for F

E may occur without B only if A precedes D

A in combination with B is an alternative prerequisites for F

H will occur if E or F occurs, but not if both occur

H in combination with any two unused prerequisites for E or F will yield J

If two sets of prerequisites is sufficient two yield a result both occur, the result will not occur

Any item acts simultaneously as part of all sets of prerequisites of which it is a member and which of the

other members are present

**J cannot occur if**

Pick one of the choices

Pick one of the choices

A is the first item to occur

D is the first item to occur

B precedes D

0 A follows BorC

Both B and C are prerequisites for F

E may occur without B only if A precedes D

A in combination with B is an alternative prerequisites for F

H will occur if E or F occurs, but not if both occur

H in combination with any two unused prerequisites for E or F will yield J

**If two sets of prerequisites is sufficient two yield a result both occur, the result will not occur**

Any Item acts simultaneously as part of all sets of prerequisites of which It Is a iiiember and wtiicli of the

other members are present

B precedes D. Which of the following condition is (are) sufficient for H to occur?

Any Item acts simultaneously as part of all sets of prerequisites of which It Is a iiiember and wtiicli of the

other members are present

B precedes D. Which of the following condition is (are) sufficient for H to occur?

I. A occurs but not before D

II. C occurs

III. A also precedes D

Both B and C are prerequisites for F

E may occur without B only if A precedes D

A in combination with B is an alternative prerequisites for F

H will occur if E or F occurs, but not if both occur

H in combination with any two unused prerequisites for E or F will yield J

**If two sets of prerequisites is sufficient two yield a result both occur, the result will not occur**

Any item acts simultaneously as part of all sets of prerequisites of which it is a member and which of the

Any item acts simultaneously as part of all sets of prerequisites of which it is a member and which of the

C occurs. J will occur if

Pick one of the choices

B occurs

B and D occur

A precedes D

B and D occur, followed by A

**A trapezoid ABCD is formed by adding the isosceles right triangle BCE with base 5 inches to the rectanqh**

ABED where DE Is t Inches. What Is the area of the trapezoid In square Inches?

Pick one of the choices5t+ 12.5

ABED where DE Is t Inches. What Is the area of the trapezoid In square Inches?

Pick one of the choices

5t + 25

2.5t + 12.5

(t + 5)2

t2+25

**A car travels 75% of the way from town A to town B by travelling for T hours at an average speed of V mph.**

The car travels at an average speed of S mph for the remaining part of the trip. Which of the following

expressions represents the time the car travelled at S mph?

Pick one of the thoIctVT/S

The car travels at an average speed of S mph for the remaining part of the trip. Which of the following

expressions represents the time the car travelled at S mph?

Pick one of the thoIct

VS/4T

4VT/3S

3S/VT

VT/3S

**If x/y = 3/z then 9y2 equals**

Pick one of the choicesx2/9

Pick one of the choices

x3z

x2z2

3×2

(1/9)x2z2

**The operation * applied to a number gives as its result 10 subtracted from twice the number. What is * (*9)?**Pick one of the choices

8

9

36

**You are to compare the two quantities and choose correct option…. A, B, C or D**Choose A if the quantity in Column A is greater.

Choose B if the quantity in Column B is greater

Choose C if the two quantities are equal

Choose D if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given

**Information Column A Column B**x>o 10/x 10/x

Column A is greater

Column B is greater

Column A and B are equal

Relationship cannot be determined from the information given

**You are to compare the two quantities and choose correct option…. A, B, C or D**Choose A if the quantity in Column A is greater.

Choose B if the quantity in Column B is greater

Choose C if the two quantities are equal

Choose D if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given

**Information Column A Column B**compare-> 197+398+586 203+405+607

Column A is greater

Column B is greater

Column A and B are equal

Relationship cannot be determined from the information given

**two white O O inside big black o**

What is the area of the shaded region? The radius of the outer circle is a and the radius of each of the circles inside the larger

circle is a/3

Pickone of the choices0

What is the area of the shaded region? The radius of the outer circle is a and the radius of each of the circles inside the larger

circle is a/3

Pickone of the choices

(1/3)na2

(2/3)na2

(7/9)na2

(8/9)na2

**It x2 — y2 =15, and x + y =3 then x — y is**

Pick one of the choices

Pick one of the choices

-3

0

3

5

Cannot be determined

**The ratio of the chickens to pigs to horses on a farm can be expressed as the triple ratIo 20:4:6 If there are**

120 chickens on the farm, then the number of horses on the farm Is

Pickone of the

120 chickens on the farm, then the number of horses on the farm Is

Pickone of the

4

6

24

36

60

**A cylinder of radius 5 mm**

and height 11 mm

and height 11 mm

(volume of a cylinder is pie-r2h)

**A sphere of radius 6mm**

(volume of a sphere is 4/3 pie r3)

**A cube with edge 9mm**

(volume of a cube is e3)

Pickone of the choices

I

II

III

I &II

ii & iii

**A pension fund has a total of $1 million invested in stock of the ABC company and the bonds of the DEE**

Corporation. The ABC stocks yields 12% in cash each year, and the DEE bonds pay 10% in cash each year.

The pension fund received a total of $115,000 in cash from ABC stock and the DEE bonds last year. How much

money was invested in ABC stock?

Corporation. The ABC stocks yields 12% in cash each year, and the DEE bonds pay 10% in cash each year.

The pension fund received a total of $115,000 in cash from ABC stock and the DEE bonds last year. How much

money was invested in ABC stock?

Pickone of the choices

$750,000

$600,000

$500,000

$333,333.33

$250,000

**36 identical chairs must be arranged in rows with the same number of chairs in each row. Each row must**

contain at least three chairs and there must be at least three rows. The row is parallel to the front of the

room. How many different arrangements are possible?

Pick one of the choices

contain at least three chairs and there must be at least three rows. The row is parallel to the front of the

room. How many different arrangements are possible?

Pick one of the choices

2

4

5

6

10

**ABCD is a rectangle. The length of BE is 4 and the length of EC is 6. The area of the triangle BEA plus the**

area of the triangle DCE minus the area of the triangle AFO is

Pick one of the choices

area of the triangle DCE minus the area of the triangle AFO is

Pick one of the choices

0

0.4 of the area of the triangle AEB

0.5 of the area of the triangle AED

0.5 of the area of ABCD

cannot be determined

**In a group of people solicited by a charity, 30% contributed $40 each, 45% contributed $10 each and the**

rest contributed $12 each. What is the percentage of the total contributed came from the people who gave

rest contributed $12 each. What is the percentage of the total contributed came from the people who gave

$40?

Pick one of the choices

0 25%

030%

040%

0 45%

0 50%

## C white box profile Questions

**Give the output of following**

1.

1.

#include int main() { enum days {MON, TUE, WED=6, THU, FRI=-1, SAT}; printf("%d, %d, %d, %d, %d, %dn", MON, TUE, WED, THU, FRI, SAT); return 0; }

**2.**

#include #define max 10 void main() { int i; i=++max; clrscr(); printf("%d",i); getch(); }

**3.**

#include int main() { int x = 10, y = 20; if(!(!x) && x) printf("x = %dn", x); else printf("y = %dn", y); return 0; }

**4.**

#include int main() { #if 0 int _=10; int __=5; int ___; ___=_-__; printf("%i",___); #endif double x = -3.5, y = 3.5; printf( "%.0f : %.0fn", ceil( x ), ceil( y )); printf( "%.0f : %.0fn", floor( x ), floor( y )); return 0; }

**5.**

#include #include int main() { double x = -3.5, y = 3.5; printf( "%.0f : %.0fn", ceil( x ), ceil( y )); printf( "%.0f : %.0fn", floor( x ), floor( y )); return 0; }

**6.**

#include void main() { short testarray[4][3] = { {1}, {2, 3}, {4, 5, 6} }; printf( “%dn”, sizeof( testarray ) ); }

**7.**

#include void main() { int y[4] = {6, 7, 8, 9}; int *ptr = y + 2; printf(“%dn”, ptr[ 1 ] ); /*ptr+1 == ptr[1]*/ }

**8.**

#include void main() { int z; int i = 4; int x = 6; z = x / i; printf(“z=%.2fn”, z); }

**9.**

#include void func() { int x = 0; static int y = 0; x++; ++y; printf( “%d — %dn”, x, y ); } int main() { func(); func(); return 0; }

**10.**

**WAP for following**

**In a program, using the ‘rand’ function you can generate a fixed sequence of random numbers every time the program is run. How do you make the sequence different in each run?**

**11.**

**WAP for multiplication of 2*2 matrix**

**12**

**WAP to print following**

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*****

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*

*******

*****

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