Crack SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Coding Decoding & Inequality) Day-55

Dear Readers, Reasoning Section play a vital role in Banking and all other competitive exams. This year 2018 was started with three wonderful opportunities; Most Awaited SBI Clerk 2018. To enrich your preparation here we have providing new series of Practice Questions on Reasoning Ability – Coding Decoding & Inequality. Candidates those who are going to appear in Bank Exams 2018 can practice these questions daily and make your preparation effective.

Crack SBI Clerk / IDBI Executive 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Coding Decoding & Inequality) Day-55

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Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

In a certain code language,

‘Try able sports places’ is written as ‘04C@  00Q!  03M@  05S%’ ,

‘Cooler silver basket end’ is written as ‘15P\$  01J@  18B@  01O!’.

‘Golden play angel games’ is written as ‘9M!  11O@  7P@  12B@’ ,

‘Enjoying birds chain medal’ is written as ‘11I@  17J!  01F@  02O\$’,

1. What is the code for the word ‘Team’ in that code language?
1.   07B!
2.   08B@
3.   07F@
4.   08F!
5.   None of these
1. What is the code for ‘silver chain’?
1.   01J@ 11I@
2.   18B@ 01F@
3.   11I@ 01O!
4.   02O# 01J@
5.   11I@ 18B@
1. What may be the code for ‘17S#’?
1.   Hockey
2.   Creamiest
4.   Celebrates
5.   Torture
1. What is the code for ‘Golden basket medal’?
1.   12B@ 18B@ 11I@
2.   07P@ 15P\$ 01F@
3.   18B@ 07P@ 01F@
4.   07P@ 18B@ 17J!
5.   18B@ 12B@ 01F@
1. How was the word ‘Education’ can be coded in that code language?
1.   09E*
2.   09E#
3.   Either a) or b)
4.   Cannot be determined
5.   None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): In these questions, a relationship between different elements is shown in the statement(s). The statements are followed by four conclusions. Give answer for the following questions

1. Statement: E > D = G ≤ H ≤ I = L

Conclusions:

1. L > D
2. D = L
3. E > I
4. L ≥ D
1.   None follows
2.   Only III follows
3.   Only IV follows
4.   Only either I or II and IV follows
5.   None of these
1. Statements: D > R < Y, V > W ≥ K = Y

Conclusions:

1. W > D
2. V ≤ Y
3. V > R
4. K ≥ R
1.   None follows
2.   Only III follows
3.   Only IV follows
4.   Only either III or IV follows
5.   None of these
1. Statements: U ≥ R = C, C ≥ N > M

Conclusions:

1. R > N
2. U > M
3. R ≥ M
4. N > U
1.   None follows
2.   Only I follow
3.   Only II follows
4.   Only III follows
5.   Only IV follows
1. Statement: Q > N ≥ R = B ≤ L < J

Conclusions:

1. J > R
2. Q ≥ L
3. Q > B
4. R > J
1.   Only I and III follow
2.   Only I and IV follow
3.   Only II and III follow
4.   Only II, III and IV follow
5.   None of these
1. Statement: L = B ≥ Z = U < P = R

Conclusions:

1. L ≥ U
2. Z < R
3. B > R
4. P > L
1.   Only I and III follow
2.   Only I and IV follows
3.   Only II and III follow
4.   Only II, III and IV follow
5.   None of these

Direction  (Q 1-5):

Symbols: The symbols are coded as number of vowels in the word.

If a word has zero (0) vowels, it coded as ‘%’

And so, 1 –>  ! , 2 –> @, 3 –> \$, 4 –> #;

Example: BIRDS –> It has one vowel so, it can be coded as ‘!’.

Number: Difference between the first letter and last letter of the word as per the alphabetical order.

Example: BIRDS. B –>2, S –>19.

Hence, 19 – 2 = 17.

Letter: The next letter of the second letter of the every word as in the alphabetical order.

Example: BIRDS.

The second letter of the word is ‘I’. The next letter to the ‘I’ is J.

Hence, Birds is written as 17J!

Team –> 07F@

Silver –> 01J@

Chain –> 11I@

17S#

17 –> difference between first and last letter of the word be 17

# –> for 4 vowel word

S –> the second word of the letter is R

Hence, the given code is applicable only for the word Creamiest.

Golden –> 07P@

Medal –> 01F@

The word ‘Education’ has five vowels. Hence, cannot be determined the symbol for that word.

Directions (Q. 6-10):

1. E > D = G ≤ H ≤ I = L

L > D

D = L

E > I

L ≥ D follows

Either I or II and IV follows

1. D > R < Y, V > W ≥ K = Y

W > D not follows

V ≤ Y not follows

V > R follows

K ≥ R not follows

1. U ≥ R = C, C ≥ N > M

R > N not follows

U > M follows

R ≥ M not follows

N > U not follows

1. Q > N ≥ R = B ≤ L < J

J > R follows

Q ≥ L not follows

Q > B follows

R > J not follows

1. L = B ≥ Z = U < P = R

L ≥ U follows

Z < R follows

B > R not follows

P > L not follows