## 15 Jun 2017

### Practice Reasoning Questions For NICL AO & RBI Grade B 2017 (Coding-Decoding/Coded Inequality)

Practice Reasoning Questions For NICL AO & RBI Grade B 2017 (Coding-Decoding/Coded Inequality) :
Dear Readers, Important Practice Reasoning Questions for NICL AO & RBI Grade B 2017  was given here with Solutions. Aspirants those who are preparing for Bank exams & all other Competitive examination can use this material.

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions In a certain code language
"Managers asked their bonus" is written as "#U30, !T30, &U72, %F30 .
" To collectengines with" is written as "*U56, \$J20, #V56, !P06.
"The possibleswitchrings " is written as "%F72, &U30, #F12 , !J42.
" Where should look for" is written as "\$T12 , *F30, %M20, @F42.
1.What is the code for ‘with possible’ in the given code language?
#V56, &U30
!P06, #F12
#V56, %F72
*U72, &U30
\$J20, %F72

Directions (Q. 1-5): The logic for all the above code is:
The letter denotes
If the last letter of the word is vowel +1
Like “the” – “e + 1” = F
If the last letter of the word is constant +2
Like “for” – “r+2” = T
The number denotes the total number of words multiply with next number
Like “Switch” – Number of words is 6
= 6 × 7 = 42
Like “Collect” – Number of words is 7
= 7 × 8 = 56
And rest of the one symbol can be anything.
2.What is the code for ‘should’ in the given code language?
%M20
*F30
@F42
\$T12
None of these

3.What may be the possible code for ‘switch Where’ in the given code language?
\$T12,#F12
*F30, !J42
%M20,&U30
@F42,#F12
%M20,%F72

4.What may be the possible word for “!T30, %M20, *U72” in the given code language?
to look bonus
collect for Managers
look their engines
None of these
5.What is the possible word for “&U72,\$T12”in the given code language?
for Managers
look Managers
bonus should
None of these

Directions (6-10): In these questions, certain symbols have been used to indicate relationships between elements as follows:
1) A % B means A is either smaller than or equal to B.
2) A - B means A is greater than B.
3) A # B means A is neither greater than nor smaller than B.
4) A \$ B means A is smaller than B.
5) A @ B means A is either greater than or equal to B.
6.Statements: A \$ T , T % C , C @ F
Conclusions:
I. C # A
II. A # T
III. C @ A.

Only II follows
Either I or III and II follows
Only III follows
Either I or III follows
None of these
6). A < T , T ≤ C , C ≥ F
C = A not follows
A = T not follows
C ≥ A not follows

7.Statements: U # F , F \$ W , W - K
Conclusions:
I. K \$ U
II. K # U
III. W @ U

Only I and II follows
Only II and III follows
Only I and III follows
All follows
None follows
7).U = F , F < W , W > K
K < U
K = U
W ≥ U
None follows
8. Statements: Q \$ T , T % G , Q - N
Conclusions:
I. Q \$ G
II. N \$ T
III. N – G

Either I or II only follows
Only I follow
I and II only follows
II and III only follows
None of these
8).Q < T , T < G , Q ≤ N
Q < G follows
N < T not follows
N > G not follows
9.Statements: H @ D , D - B , B \$ W
Conclusions:
I. W \$ H
II. B \$ H
III. D \$ W

Only I follows
Only I and III follows
Only II follow
Only III follow
None of these
9).H ≥ D , D > B , B < W
W < H not follows
B < H follows
D < W not follows

10.Statements: V \$ F , F % P , P - J
Conclusions:
I. J \$ F
II. P – V
III. V - J

None follows
Only I follow
Only II follow
Only III follow
Only II & III follows
10).V < F , F ≤ P , P > J
J < F not follows
P > V follows
V > J not follows