富士康笔试题目答案

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  富士康笔试题目答案(一)

  智力测试(100 分)

  单项选择题:(每题5分,共计100分)

  1. 2,14,84,420,1680,()

  A.2400 B.3360 C.4210 D.5040

  答案:D

  解析:原数列做商后得到公差为-1的等差数列7,6,5,4,(3)

  2. 1/2,1/2,1/2,7/16,11/32,()

  A.15/64 B.1/4 C.13/48 D.1/3

  答案:B

  解析:原数列反约分为:1/2,1/2,1/2,7/16,11/32,(16/64=1/4),分子数列做差后得到自然数列,分母数列是公比为2的等比数列。

  3. 5,6,16,28,60,()

  A.72 B.84 C.92 D.116

  答案:D

  解析:原数列通项公式为:2a n-2+a n-1=an(n≥3,且n∈z).

  4. 在一个除法算式里,被除数、除数、商和余数之和是319,已知商是21,余数是6,问被除数是( )?

  A.237 B.258 C.279 D.290

  正确答案C 设此算式中被除数为A,除数为B,由题干所给条件可列方程组A+B=319-21-6——

  21B+6=A——

  将式代入式,解得B=13,A=279

  故应选择C选项。

  5. 编一本书的书页,用了270个数字(重复的也算,如页码115用了2个1和1个5共3个数字),问这本书一共多少页?( )

  A.117 B.126 C.127 D.189

  B [解析] 书页1-9页,数字共9×1个;10-99页,数字共90×2个,270-9×1-90×2=81,这剩余的81个数字都是由页码是三位数的页码组成,81÷3=27,这27也就是从100页算到126页,所以总页码有126页。故选B。

  6. 相同表面积的正四面体,正六面体,正十面体,正二十面体,其中体积最大的是( )

  A.正四面体 B.正六面体 C.正十面体 D.正二十面体

  D [解析] 周长相等的所有图形中,圆的面积最大;表面积相等的立体图形中,球的体积最大。正二十面体最接近于球体,所以其体积最大。故选D。

  7.某商场进行促销活动,每晚八点之后在原有折扣基础上再打9.5折,而且付款时如果满 400元则再减少100元。某鞋柜打8.5折,某人当晚九点多去该柜台买鞋,花费384.5元,则这双鞋的原价为( )。

  A.550 B.600 C.650 D.700

  B [解析] 按照常规思路,这个价格是相继进行了8.5折以及9.5折之后的价格,则可以这样计算:(384.5+100)÷0.95÷0.85,因此原价为600。故选B。

  8.甲、乙、丙、丁四个人去图书馆借书,甲每隔5天去一次,乙每隔11天去一次,丙每隔17天去一次,丁每隔29天去一次。5月18日,四个人恰好在图书馆相遇,则下一次相遇的时间为( )。

  A.10月18日 B.10月14日 C.11月18日 D.11月14日

  D [解析] 每隔5天就是每6天一次,所以下一次相遇,就是6、12、18、30的最小公倍数的天数之后,即180天。其中5,7,8,10月是31天,6,9月30天,所以180天之后是11月14日。故选D。

  9.买甲、乙、丙三种货物,如果甲3件,乙7件,丙1件,需花费3.15元;如果甲4件,乙10件,丙1件,需花费4.20元。甲、乙、丙各买一件,需花费多少钱?( )

  A.1.05元 B.1.40元 C.1.85元 D.2.10元

  A [解析] 设甲、乙、丙单件价格分别是A、B、C元,则:

  3A+7B+C=3.15 ①

  4A+10B+C=4.2 ②

  ②-①得:A+3B=1.05 ③

  ①-2×③=3A+7B+C-2(A+3B)=A+B+C=3.15-2×1.05=1.05(元)。故选A。

  10.不同管理层次、不同岗位上的人员,不管其工作内容有多大的______,均有其工作的目标和重点。我们必须______目标,抓住重点,有所取舍,集中______做属于我们该做的事。

  填入划横线部分最恰当的一项是( )

  A.差距 制定 物力 B.差别 明确 精力

  C.区别 实现 财力 D.差异 确定 人力

  B [解析] “明确目标、集中精力”是最常用的搭配。故选B。

  11.在这种人才供需状况下,简单地把市场当时______不了的东西弄到某种库房里暂时存放,______它的上市时间,显然不是解决问题的办法,______你能把它们在库房里放一辈子。问题的关键其实在于,你得能让这些人在出库时正好避开供大于求的行业,最好还落在供不应求的行业中。

  填入划横线部分最恰当的一项是( )

  A.接受 预测 似乎 B.容纳 改变 或许

  C.转化 控制 既然 D.消化 拖延 除非

  D [解析] 第三空是关键,根据语气可以判断这是一种不可能的假设,只能选“除非”。故选D。

  12.作为一个公司领导,不需要、也不可能事必躬亲,但一定要______,能够在注重细节当中比他人观察得更细致、______,在某一细节的操作上做出榜样,并形成______,使每个员工都不敢马虎,无法______。只有这样,企业的工作才能真正做细。

  填入划横线部分最恰当的一项是( )

  A.明察秋毫 周密 威慑力 搪塞 B.明辨是非 周详 使命感 推脱

  C.抓大放小 透彻 好习惯 塞责 D.高瞻远瞩 入微 内聚力 敷衍

  A [解析] 第一空与后文联系看,强调的是观察细致,因此填“明察秋毫”;第二空与“细致”相结合共同作“观察”补语最恰当的是“周密”;第三空领导形成了“威慑力”,员工自然就无法“搪塞”。故选A。

  13.京剧:芭蕾( )

  A.指南针:火药 B.唐装:油画 C.佛教:基督教 D.武术:拳击

  D [解析] 京剧和芭蕾是中外两种舞台表演艺术形式。武术和拳击是中外两种格斗运动项目。故选D。

  14.安居乐业:颠沛流离( )

  A.吸收:放弃 B.简单:杂乱 C.雪中送炭:雪上加霜 D.巧夺天工:鬼斧神工

  C [解析] 题干中是两个意思相反的成语。故选C。

  15.蛹:蝶( )

  A.丑小鸭:白天鹅 B.胚胎:婴儿 C.种子:花朵 D.蝌蚪:青蛙

  倍数的天数之后,即180天。其中5,7,8,10月是31天,6,9月30天,所以180天之后是11月14日。故选D。

  9.买甲、乙、丙三种货物,如果甲3件,乙7件,丙1件,需花费3.15元;如果甲4件,乙10件,丙1件,需花费4.20元。甲、乙、丙各买一件,需花费多少钱?( )

  A.1.05元 B.1.40元 C.1.85元 D.2.10元

  A [解析] 设甲、乙、丙单件价格分别是A、B、C元,则:

  3A+7B+C=3.15 ①

  4A+10B+C=4.2 ②

  ②-①得:A+3B=1.05 ③

  ①-2×③=3A+7B+C-2(A+3B)=A+B+C=3.15-2×1.05=1.05(元)。故选A。

  10.不同管理层次、不同岗位上的人员,不管其工作内容有多大的______,均有其工作的目标和重点。我们必须______目标,抓住重点,有所取舍,集中______做属于我们该做的事。

  填入划横线部分最恰当的一项是( )

  A.差距 制定 物力 B.差别 明确 精力

  C.区别 实现 财力 D.差异 确定 人力

  B [解析] “明确目标、集中精力”是最常用的搭配。故选B。

  11.在这种人才供需状况下,简单地把市场当时______不了的东西弄到某种库房里暂时存放,______它的上市时间,显然不是解决问题的办法,______你能把它们在库房里放一辈子。问题的关键其实在于,你得能让这些人在出库时正好避开供大于求的行业,最好还落在供不应求的行业中。

  填入划横线部分最恰当的一项是( )

  A.接受 预测 似乎 B.容纳 改变 或许

  C.转化 控制 既然 D.消化 拖延 除非

  D [解析] 第三空是关键,根据语气可以判断这是一种不可能的假设,只能选“除非”。故选D。

  12.作为一个公司领导,不需要、也不可能事必躬亲,但一定要______,能够在注重细节当中比他人观察得更细致、______,在某一细节的操作上做出榜样,并形成______,使每个员工都不敢马虎,无法______。只有这样,企业的工作才能真正做细。

  填入划横线部分最恰当的一项是( )

  A.明察秋毫 周密 威慑力 搪塞 B.明辨是非 周详 使命感 推脱

  C.抓大放小 透彻 好习惯 塞责 D.高瞻远瞩 入微 内聚力 敷衍

  A [解析] 第一空与后文联系看,强调的是观察细致,因此填“明察秋毫”;第二空与“细致”相结合共同作“观察”补语最恰当的是“周密”;第三空领导形成了“威慑力”,员工自然就无法“搪塞”。故选A。

  13.京剧:芭蕾( )

  A.指南针:火药 B.唐装:油画 C.佛教:基督教 D.武术:拳击

  D [解析] 京剧和芭蕾是中外两种舞台表演艺术形式。武术和拳击是中外两种格斗运动项目。故选D。

  14.安居乐业:颠沛流离( )

  A.吸收:放弃 B.简单:杂乱 C.雪中送炭:雪上加霜 D.巧夺天工:鬼斧神工

  C [解析] 题干中是两个意思相反的成语。故选C。

  15.蛹:蝶( )

  A.丑小鸭:白天鹅 B.胚胎:婴儿 C.种子:花朵 D.蝌蚪:青蛙

  富士康笔试题答案(二)

  英语测试(100分)

  PartⅠ Grammar & Vocabulary (10×3=30scores)

  1. Take your time, it’s just B short distance from here to restaurant.

  A./;the B.a;the C.the;a D./;a 2. Find ways to praise your children often,__C__ you’ll find they will open their

  hearts to you.

  A. till B. or C. and D. but

  3. The two girls are so alike that strangers find A difficult to tell one from

  the other.

  A. it B.them C.her D.that 4. They are broadening the bridge to D the flow of traffic.

  A.put off B.speed up C.turn on D.work out

  5. I’m afraid he’s more of talker than a doer, which is B he never finishes

  anything.

  A. that B.when C.where D. why 6. Look over there, there is a very long, winding path B up to the house.

  A. leading B.leads C.led D.to lend 7. He had his camera ready B he saw something that would make a good picture.

  A. even if B.if only C.in case D.so that

  8. I’m sorry I didn’t phone you, but I’ve been very busy C the past couple

  of weeks.

  A. beyond B.with C.among D.over 9. When I got on the bus, I B I had left my wallet at home.

  A.was realizing B.realized C.are realized D.would realized 10.The old town has narrow streets and small houses D are bulid close to each

  other.

  A.they B.where C.what D.that

  Part Ⅱ Close (10×4=40scores)

  I truly feel that my mother led me here,to Morzaine, and to my future as happy wife and bussinesswoman.When Mum 11 in October 2007,I was cook. In December that year,while I was working for a wedding, apearl neeklace Mum had left me disappeared.I was distraught(忧心如焚的).Some days later,I was 12 that a guy who was working with us that day。“Could prohably have made a fortune selling, the neeklace he found.” 13 .he returnde it. Hearing he I’d nursed Mum for six months before her death,he said,“Christmas is going to be 14 —why not go out to the Alps for a couple of weeks?”

  I come to Morzaine ,a small ,friendly village in the Alps and immediately fell in love with it .What was _ 15 _to be a stopgap (权宜之计) trip turned into a new life .I kept travelling between London and here and felt lighter than I had in months .In December 2008 , I was _ 16 _as a hotel manager and moved here full time .

  A month later, I met Paul, who was traveling here. We fell in love. In the beginning , I didn’t want to discuss marriage, because the sadness of losing Mum _ 17 _felt great. Paul understood that and sever pushed me. But, by summer, we got married. A year later, we used his saving, and the money from the sale of Mom’s house, to build our own _ 18 _.

  We want to give our guests a homely feel, so each room is themed(以„„为题) around memories from our lives. There are also style to remind me of Mom ---- a tiny chair which _ 19 _be in her bedroom is set in one room. We are having a wonderful life Mum feels naturally part of it, _ 15 _ there’s no way we would be here. If it wasn’t for the __40__ she gave me. I know she’s here in spirit, keeping an eye on us .

  11.A.died B. came C. returned D.visited

  12.A.shown B.comforted C.persuaded D.told

  13.A.Luckly B. Naturally C.Surely D.Hopefully

  14.A.long B. hard C. merry D.free

  15.A.said B.proved C. supposed D.judged

  16.A.phonnured B.hired C.regarded D.trained

  17.A.recently B.once C.still D.first

  18.A.hotel B.restaurant C.home D.shop

  19.A.ought to B.used to C.might D.could

  20.A.unless B.while C.because D.though

  答案:ADABC BCABC

  Part Ⅲ Reading comprehension(5×6=30scores)

  Since the 1970s, scientists have been searching for ways to link the brain with computers. Brain-computer interface(BCI) technology could help people with disabilities send commands to machines.

  Recently, two researchers, Jose Millan and Michele Tavella from the Federal Polytechnic school in Lausanne, Switzerland, demonstrated(展示)a small robotic wheelchair directed by a person’s thoughts.

  In the laboratory, Tavella operated the wheelchair just by thinking about moving his left or right band. He could even talk as he watched the vehicle and guided it with his thoughts.

  “our brain has billions of nerve ceils. These send signals through the spinal cord (脊髓)to the muscles to give us the ability to move. But spinal cord injuries or other conditions can prevent these weak electrical signals from reaching the muscles,” Tavella says. “Our system allows disabled people to communicate with external world and also to control devices.”[来源:学科网ZXXK]

  The researchers designed a special cap for the user. This head cover picks up the signals from the scalp(头皮) and sends them to a computer. The computer

  interprets the signals and commands the motorized wheelchair. The wheelchair also has two cameras that identify objects in its path. They help the computer react to commands from the brain.

  Prof. Millan, the team leader, says scientists keep improving the computer software that interprets brain signals and turns them into simple commands. “The practical possibilities that BCI technology offers to disabled people can be grouped in two categories: communication, and controlling devices. One example is this wheelchair.”

  He says his team has set two goals. One is testing with real patients, so as to prove that this is a technology they can benefit frotn. And the other is to guarantee that they can use the technology over long periods of time.

  21. BCI is a technology that can

  A. help to update computer systems B. link the human brain with computers

  C. help the disabled to recover D. control a person's thoughts

  22. How did Tavella operate the wheelchair in the laboratory ?

  A. By controlling his muscles. B. By talking to the machine.

  C. By moving his hand. D. By using his mind.

  23. Which of the following shows the path of the signals described in Paragraph 5?

  A. scalp→computer→cap→wheelchair

  B. computer→cap→scalp→wheelchair

  C. scalp→cap→computer→wheelchair

  D. cap→computer→scalp→wheelchair

  24. The team will test with real patients to

  A. make profits from them B. prove the technology useful to them

  C. make them live longer D. learn about their physical condition

  25. Which of the following would be the best title for the text?

  A. Switzerland, the BCI Research Center

  B. New Findings About How the Human B rain Works

  C. BCI Could Mean More Freedom for the Disabled

  D. Robotic Vehicles Could Help to Cure Brain Injuries

  答案:BDCBC

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