# Analyst Questions

A) Tuesday | B) Monday |

C) Sunday | D) Saturday |

Explanation:

Each day of the week is repeated after 7 days. So, after 63 days, it will be Monday.

After 61 days, it will be Saturday.

A) 4% of a | B) 6% of a |

C) 8% of a | D) 10% of a |

Explanation:

20% of a = b => (20/100)a = b

b% of 20 =(b/100) x 20 = (20a/100) x (1/100) x (20) = 4a/100 = 4% of a.

A) Earthquakes | B) Rainfall |

C) Ocean depth | D) Sound intensity |

Explanation:

**Fathometer** is used to measure **Ocean depth.**

Fathometer is A** depth finder** that uses sound waves to determine the depth of water.

The Richter Scale* *is used to measure the intensity of Earthquakes.

The Decibel Scale is used to measure sound intensity.

A) 20 | B) 30 |

C) 40 | D) 50 |

Explanation:

The fruit content in both the fresh fruit and dry fruit is the same.

Given, fresh fruit has 68% water.so remaining 32% is fruit content. weight of fresh fruits is 100kg

Dry fruit has 20% water.so remaining 80% is fruit content.let weight if dry fruit be y kg.

Fruit % in freshfruit = Fruit% in dryfruit

Therefore, (32/100) x 100 = (80/100 ) x y

we get, y = 40 kg.

A) wrought iron | B) steel |

C) pig iron | D) nickel steel |

Explanation:

**Wrought Iron** is the purest form of iron. It contains 0.12 to 0.25% carbon and so it is the purest form of iron.

A) modifier | B) function |

C) alphanumeric | D) adjustment |

Explanation:

**Modifier keys** include Alt, Ctrl, Shift and the Windows key.

A) nuclear fission | B) nuclear fusion |

C) natural radioactivity | D) artificial radioactivity |

Explanation:

Hydrogen Bomb is based on the principle of **Nuclear Fusion**.

**Nuclear fusion**is a reaction in which two or more atomic nuclei are combined to form one or more different atomic nuclei and subatomic particles.

- The difference in mass between the reactants and products is manifested as either the release or absorption of energy.

A) Krishna | B) Godavari |

C) Kaveri | D) Narmada |

Explanation:

Godavari, India's second longest river after the river Ganga and is one among the peninsular rivers.

The river Godavari is often referred to as Vridha Ganga because of its large size and extent among the peninsular rivers.