General Knowledge Countries Quiz 4

The quiz about the general knowledge about Countries is in form of Multiple Choice Questions that are useful for the different types of examinations conducted by FPSC, NTS, KPPSC, PPSC, SPSC, BPSC, OTS, UTs, PTs, CTs, ATs, and other government testing agencies of Pakistan.

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Quiz for General Knowledge for the preparation of examinations such as PPSC, CSS, FPSC, and many other competitive examinations.

1. Which country is nicknamed the Garden of England?


2. Which three countries, apart from the former Yugoslavia, share borders with Greece?


3. What was the former name of Sri Lanka?


4. The Kyukyu Island chain lies between which two countries?


5. Which country is nicknamed “The Cockpit of Europe” because of the number of battles throughout history fought on its soil?


6. The Brabanconne is the national anthem of which country?


7. Which one is larger


8. Which African country was formerly called “French Sudan”?


9. Which country is the world’s largest producer of coffee?


10. Which country was originally named Cathay?


11. The name of which North African city literally means “White House”?


12. Oesling is the northern part of the country


13. Australia’s largest city is


14. The ancient city of Carthage is now in which country?


15. Viti Levu is the largest island of which country?


16. Which German city is associated with the legend of the Pied Piper?


17. Napier is a city in which country?


18. In which country is the ancient city of Tarsus?


19. Which country was formerly known as the Malagasy Republic?


20. Which German city and port is at the confluence of the rivers Neckar and Rhine?


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General Knowledge Rivers Quiz 3

The quiz about the general knowledge Rivers is in form of Multiple Choice Questions that are useful for the different types of examinations conducted by FPSC, NTS, KPPSC, PPSC, SPSC, BPSC, OTS, UTs, PTs, CTs, ATs, and other government testing agencies of Pakistan.

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MCQs Computer

These MCQs about computer test covers various topics related to the Basics of Computer Studies.

The greatest scientists of their era, Abu Jaffar Muhammad Ibn Musa Al-Khawarizmi (780-850), Alan Mathison Turing (1912-1954), and John Von Neuman (1903-1957) took part in the invention of computers. A mathematician and a scientist (of France) Blaise Pascal developed the first mechanical computing machine called “Paccaline” in 1642. Leibnitz’s invented the machine and named it the “Multiplier Wheel” to perform basic arithmetic operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The “MUltiplier Wheel” machine was further modified in 1971.

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In 1833 Charles Babbage invented the “Analytical Engine” which was the first programmable computer. The basic units of Analytical Engine were (I) A storage, (ii) A mill and, (iii) A control unit. Mauchly and J.P. Ekert at Moor School of Engineering in the USA gave name to the computer as “Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator (ENIAC)”.

MCQs Computer Basics

In 1944 John Neumann gave the idea to store programs electronically inside the computer. It was the final breakthrough in computers. From 1944 and onward, electronic computes are divided into five generations. First-generation (1942-1959): these computers were very large in size, slow in speed, unreliable, and difficult to maintain. Second-generation (1959-1965): these computers were small in size but fast in speed. Third-generation (1965-1970): these computers were small in size but very fast in speed. Fourth-generation (1970-1980): in these computers microprocessors were used. Fifth-generation (1980-Owward): these computers are very very fast and can perform millions of instructions per second. There is the ability of reasoning and draw inferences like human beings.

Technologies For Data Statistics and Testing

Data and its analysis is a crucial aspect for modern businesses to consider. This importance is due to the extreme competitiveness in business as each company vyes with their rivals for sales. Because of this, businesses will resort to investing in various strategies to get an edge over the competition through the use of technology. Technology has been progressing rapidly, with simple things like a security cam even becoming technically advanced. One advanced form of technology that companies invest in deals with data statistics and testing. This technology can help them make sense of data to analyze trends and test products. They can then make informed decisions with the data backing them up and reducing risks. There are various such technologies available, and in this article, we will look at them. 

Technologies For Data Statistics And Testing

Types of Data Statistics and Tests

Many technologies, mostly software programs, can help present data in useful graphical forms where trends are visible. You can then use these graphics to compare, analyze, and further process to achieve the desired result or make a decision. There are various tests and statistics the data can be presented in. Here are some of the more common ways that this data is processed. These are: 

  • Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA): This is an integral part of data science that forms the basis for machine learning and statistics. Data scientists can use it to test for various statistical qualities like outliers and correlation. 
  • Regression and Classification: This is an essential part of statistical models as it helps to establish a relationship in raw data. This data can then be classified into different data models
  • Forecasting: Forecasting can identify trends in data and then estimate how it will act in the future. This is important for many businesses. 
  • Data Grouping: This can be used to group data into different classifications to organize raw data. 

Which technology can be used to achieve this?

These technologies can be advanced and straightforward, depending on the complexity of the required statistics. They can do some or most of the statistics mentioned above. You can use this software across various applications that vary from simple school experimentation to advanced business decision-making. These software tools also specialize in specific niches according to the type of statistics and data testing required. Here are some of these software programs: 


MATLAB is an advanced analytical tool that is used extensively by scientists and engineers. You can use it across a variety of industries that include finance, medical research, and climatology. You can use it to organize and analyze complex data sets that you can use in various flexible ways. These include customizable data visualization, function applications, and report generation. MATLAB is a highly complicated software that may not be suitable for novices. 

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a data statistics software program that is a lot more suitable for beginners. While not technically advanced, it can still perform basic functions and data visualization useful for introductory statistics. It is a great way to start in statistics with a decent enough set of tools available. You can even use customizable graphics to generate reports. 

Statistical Analysis Software (SAS)

SAS is a statistical analysis software that is a premium solution used by many companies in businesses and research. You can use any data set and subject them to the latest statistical techniques and methods. You can also create a large variety of charts and graphs to present this data visually. You can use either the GUI provided by the software or make up your script for complex statistical analysis. 

To sum up

Data analysis is an essential aspect for most industries to consider. This is because it can help them get a competitive edge in the market. Data statistics and testing are one such aspect that can help companies look at trends and make decisions based on them. There are a variety of statistical tests and software that you can use, which we have discussed in this article. We hope it has provided you with great insight into technologies for data statistics and testing.

MCQs Mathematics 2

The GRE mathematical reasoning section tests your knowledge of arithmetic, basic algebra, applied mathematics, elementary geometry, and common graphs and charts. Let Starts with the GRE MCQs Mathematics quiz.

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