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April 27th, 2014, 12:16 PM
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AMI Placement Exam Previous Years Question Papers

Can any of you here provide me the previous years question paper of AMI Placement Exam???

#2
April 27th, 2014, 01:45 PM
 Super Moderator Join Date: Jun 2011
Re: AMI Placement Exam Previous Years Question Papers

AMI Company conducts recruitment Exam in order to select eligible candidates. Here I am sharing the Previous Years Question Paper of AMI Placement Exam

1. 3 types of chickens: Baby chickens cost 5 cents, hen chickens cost 3 dollars, rooster chickens cost 5 dollars. Buy 100 chickens for 100 dollars. How many will you have from each?

2. Calculate : (x-a)(x-b)(x-c)....(x-z)?

3. What is the day after 4 days after 2 days before the day before tomorrow?

4. 2 trains each of length 1 mile enter into 2 tunnels of length 1 mile and 2 miles apart. speed if trains are 5 and 10 miles/hr. Give the position as viewed by a helicopter when the trains meet?

5. A says I'm not guilty
B says C is not guilty
C says A is not guilty
If all above are true.
(i) Can we say anyone is guilty/innocent?
(ii)Who is most likely to be guilty?

6. 18 story building - Accountant's office is 5 times the lawyer's office. Architects office 2 floors up then he is halfway between Dentist's & Accountant's office. Architects office halfway down means between Dentist's and Lawyer's office. Give the order

7. How many tennis matches are to be arranged to conduct a tournament with 213 players?

8. In a family 7 children don't eat spinach, 6 don't eat carrot, 5 don't eat beans, 4 don't eat spinach &
carrots, 3 don't eat carrot & beans, 2 don't eat beans & spinach. 1 doesn't eat all 3. Find the no. of
children.

AMI Technical Papers 1
AMERICAN MEGATRENDS Inc.(AMI) BIOS- 24th FEB 2004 (KOLKATHA)
n.
C/C++
-----
a. void main()
{char a[6] =
"
INDIA";
while(*a)
{
printf("%c",*a);
a++;
}}
1. india 2. I N D I A 3. no output 4. error 5.Null
b. protected derivation
c. int m = 10;
main()
{int m
=
20;
{int m = 30;}
printf("%d %d",m,::m);
1. 10 10 2. 10 20 3. 20 10 4. 20 30 5. 30 20 6. None
d. inline function is used to
1. reduce program size
2. reduce memory size
e. void func(float newtotal)
{ newtotal = newtotal-2;
}
main()
{
float tot = 100.34;
float sum = tot;
sum++;
func(sum);
cout<
}
1. 100.34 2. 99.34 3. 101.34 4. 102.34 5. None
f. unsigned char snapnib(unsigned char misc)
{int aloha, hamalo;
hamalo = aloha = misc;
misc = (hamalo << 4)+((aloha & 0x0f)>>4);
return(misc);
}
main()
{int getinp;
unsig char getmisc;
scanf("%x",&getinp);
getmisc = snapnib(getinp & 0xff);
printf("%x",getmisc);
}
1. Change line 4 to misc = (hamalo >> 4)+((aloha & oxof)<<4);
2. remove the 5
3. Change line 4 to misc = (hamalo >> 4)+((aloha & oxfo)<<4);
4. Change line 11 to getmisc = snapnib(getinp);
5. Nothing
g. main()
{int getinp =
6;
while(--getinp)
{
printf("%d",getinp);
if(getinp++ != 3);
else
break;
if(getinp-- != 5)
continue;
else
getinp = getinp - 2;
}
1. 5421 2. 5420 3. 541 4. 6543 5. 5410
h. unsigned char inn[2] = "5";
int i,j = 0;
sscanf(inn,"%d",&i);
while(i)
{i
= i - 1;
j++;
printf("%d",++j);
}
1. 14 2. 12 3. 24 4. 35 5. none
i. char *fn(int num)
{char a[] =
"
Amen";
return(&a[num]);
}
main()
{int i;
char *prechar;
scanf("%d",&i);
(input is 12)
prechar = fn(i);
printf("%c",*prechar);
}
1. a bus
2. give string "Amen" as global
3. use return(a[num]) instead of return(&a[num])
4. give main before fn
j. unsigned char u = 32767;
unsigned char y = 32768;
u = u + y;
printf("%d",(signed char)u);
1. 65535 2. -65535 3. -1 4. 1 5. none
k. *name = "ANYTHING";
*foo = "ALRIGHT";
*name1 = "WRONG";
strcat(name,name1);
printf("%s %s \n",name,foo);
return(0);
1. ANYTHING WRONG? WRONG?
2. ANYTHING
3. ANYTHING WRONG? ALRIGHT
4. ERROR
5. NONE
Assembly
--------
i) swap 2 variables without temp variables
(use XOR, OR, AND, NOT)
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#3
February 6th, 2015, 01:35 PM
 Super Moderator Join Date: Nov 2011
Re: AMI Placement Exam Previous Years Question Papers

You need AMI placement exam model question paper, here I am giving:

1. If Monday is to February, then Friday is to ……?
(a) July
(b) June
(c) May
(d) August

2. If March is to August, then C is to ……
(a) G
(b) I
(c) H
(d) J

3. An aeroplane files twice is fast than a train which covers 60 miles in 80 minutes. What distance will the aeroplane cover in 20 minutes?
(a) 30 miles
(b) 50 miles
(c) 35 miles
(d) 40 miles

4. A lady is 5 years younger to her husband and he is 5 times as old as his daughter. If the daughter was 5 years old 3 years back, what is the present age of the lady?
(a) 25
(b) 45
(c) 35
(d) 30

5. If LPPHGLDWH means IMMEDIATE what does WRSVHFUHW stand for?
(ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ)
(a) MARINATED
(b) STRONGEST
(d) TOPSECRET

Fill in the blanks with appropriate words from the four options:

6. Essence is to Flowers as …… is to Oven.
(a) Vapour
(b) Steam
(c) Fire
(d) Heat

7. Candle is to Sun as …… is to Sea.
(a) Lagoon
(b) Boat
(c) Pond
(d) Puddle

Fill in the blank spaces in the series with appropriate choices:

8. 19. 2, 6, 5, 9, 8, 12, 11, 15 ……, ……
(a) 13, 17
(b) 14, 18
(c) 19, 23
(d) 21, 25

9. 48, 45, 40, 33, 24 ……, ……
(a) 11, 12
(b) 12, 13
(c) 9, 11
(d) 13, 0

10. Point ‘A’ is located 8 miles South of B and C is located 6 miles West of A. what is the distance between C and B?
(a) 8 miles
(b) 9 miles
(c) 11 miles
(d) 10 miles

11. Happy is to Sad as Straight is to ……

12. Write the number of the pair which is different from other pairs:
(b) Pen and Pencil
(c) Ink and Inkpot
(d) Oil and Lamp

13. Rs 2,000 amounts to Rs 2,226.05 in 2 years at compound interest. What will be the rate of interest?
(a) 5%
(b) 5.25%
(c) 5.5%
d) 6%

14. Write the number of the two words which have the same relationships as Comb and Hair.
(a) Toothache, Tooth brush
(b) Paint and Wall
(c) Boot and Brush
(d) Engine and Petrol

15. A man travels 2 miles, turns left and travels 3 miles, turn left again and travel 6 miles. How far is he from the starting point?
(a) 4 miles
(b) 7 miles
(c) 5 miles
(d) 9 miles

Technical Questions:

1. int a[]={5,4,3,2,1} What is the value of a[3]?
a. 2
b. 3
c. 4
d. 1

2. float a[10]; What is the size of the array?
a. 10
b. 20
c. 30
d. 40

3. In C a variable name cannot contain
a. Blank Space
b. Underscore
c. Letter
d. Digits

4. Array is :
a. Primary data type
b. Homogeneous data type
c. Pointer data type

5. High level languages like C, Fortran are also known as ————— .
a. procedural languages
b. Object oriented language
c. form based language
d.both a and b

6. One of the basic concept in Object Oriented Programming approach is bundling both data and functions into one unit known as ————.
a. Simple varriable
b. object
c. bundle
d.both a and b

7. Which of the following shows the Operator overloading feature in C++
a. Polymorphism
b. inheritance
c. message passing
d. both a and b

8. Which of the following data structure is used to store homogeneous data items?
A) Arrays
C) Pointers
D) Structure

9. A pointer variable always contains…………..
A) The address of an element
B) The address of first element
C) values
D) Address as well as value

10. Two dimensional arrays are also called……
A) table arrays
B) Simple arrays
C) tree
D) graph

11. The term “Computer Network” is used to mean an interconnected collection of———————–
A) Mini computers
B) Super computers
C) Autonomous computers
D) Micro computers

12. A node, which is more powerful, and can handle local information processing or graphics processing is called a——————.
A) Workstation
B) Server
C) Network Operating System
D) Peer system

13. The collection of communication lines and routers is called ——————–
A) LAN
B) WAN
C) MAN
D) Communication subnet

14. A schema is a collection of all objects that a user has created.
A) Schema
B) Data
C) Database
D) Relation

15. The ______ attribute is used to declare variables based on definitions of columns in a table.
A) %TYPE
B) %ATTRIBUTE
C) %ROWSET
D) %NOTFOUND

16. The DBA creates a account in the database for each user who needs access.
A) bank
B) fictitious
C) user
D) nominee

17. ____ security includes monitoring and assigning users permissions to the various objects in the database.
A) Database
B) Relation
C) Functional
D) Data
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