IQ Quiz 128 IQ Quiz Questions and Answers. Please enter your email: 1. What is Alen’s age? I) In 15 years Alen will be twice as old as Diana would be II) Diana was born 5 years ago I is sufficient not II II is sufficient not I Both but neither alone is sufficient None 2. A bug walks at 1 cm/sec on a rubber band that is attached to a wall at one end and a car moving away at 1 m/sec at the other end. If the rubber band is infinitely elastic, will the bug ever reach the car? Yes No 3. What is the probability of having 53 tuesdays in a non leap year? 1/ 6 1/ 5 1/ 7 1/ 3 4. The difference between a number and its square is 380. Find the number. 30 20 25 27 5. In 1950, Richard was 4 times as old as Robert. In 1955, Richard was 3 times as old as Robert. In which year was Richard twice as old as Robert? 1960 1975 1965 1970 6. Is x > y ? I) (x – y)(x – y) > 0 II) y > 0 I is sufficient not II Either I or II is sufficient II is sufficient not I BOTH together are not sufficient 7. The sum of the reciprocals of two numbers is 46/21 and the difference of their reciprocals is 10/21. What are the 2 numbers? 4/3, 6/7 3/4 , 7/6 3, 3/29 1/21, 1/21 8. Is x + y > 0 ? I) x² – y² > 1 II) x/y + 1 > 0 Both but neither alone is sufficient I and II together are not sufficient II is sufficient not I I is sufficient not II 9. A certain quantity of 40% solution is replaced with 25% solution such that the new concentration is 35%. What is the fraction of the solution that was replaced? 1/ 4 1/ 3 1/ 2 3/ 4 10. If x/y = 3 and (a – x)/(b – y) = 3, then the value of a/b is? -3 2 1 3 Loading … Question 1 of 10 Previous PostPMP Sample Test 5 Next PostGeneral Knowledge 201