# Crack SBI Clerk 2018 – Logical Reasoning (Coding Decoding and Inequality) Day-71

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Directions (1-5): In these questions, certain symbols have been used to indicate relationships between elements as follows:

“A * B” means “A is either equal to or greater than B”

“A \$ B” means “A is equal to B”

“A £ B” means “A is either equal to or smaller than B”

“A & B” means “A is smaller than B”

“A @ B” means “A is greater than B”

1. Statements: J & C, C * B, S * C

Conclusions:

I) B * J

II) S £ J

III)  S @ B

a) None follows

b) Only I follow

c) Only II follows

d) Only III follows

e) Only II & III follows

1. Statements: R * H, T & H, H * B

Conclusions:

I) R \$ B

II) R @ B

III)  R @ T

a) I and II only follows

b) Either I or II and III only follows

c) Only I follow

d) II and III only follow

e) None of these

1. Statements: E @ R, M @ L, E & L

Conclusions:

I) L @ R

II) E & M

III)  M @ R

a) Only I and II follows

b) Only II and III follow

c) Only I and III follow

d) None follows

e) All follows

1. Statements: Y \$ V, H \$ S, V * S

Conclusions:

I) S £ H

II) H £ V

III)  Y * S

a) Only II follows

b) Only I and II follows

c) Only III follows

d) Only II and III follow

e) None of these

1. Statements: M @ T, O @ R, O & T

Conclusions:

I) O £ M

II) R & T

III)  M @ R

a) Only I and II follows

b) Only I and III follow

c) Only II and III follow

d) None follows

e) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions

In a certain code language

“Austria launched exploration satellite”is written as “23%A,  22!B, 26&X , 13?K”.

” Indian government has allowed” is written as  “13\$K ,  08+P, 07#Q, 23&A”.

“Lok Sabha chairman disqualified ” is written as “16+H,  23>A,  26*X, 13%K” .

“External Affairs Ministry inform” is written as ” 08&P, 25%V,  14\$J, 15%I”.

1. What is the code for ‘allowed’ in the given code language?

a) 13\$K

b) 07#Q

c) 23&A

d) 08+P

e) None of these

1. What is the possible word for ‘26&X, 25%V’ in the given code language?

a) Satellite affairs

b) Launched external

c) Exploration inform

d) Austria Ministry

e) None of these

1. What may be the possible word for ‘13\$K, 23>A,22!B ” in the given code language?

a) Indian disqualifiedsatellite

b) Austria government chairman

c) Allowed sabha satellite

d) Indian Lok Austria

e) None of these

1. What may be the possible code for ‘government inform’ in the given code language?

a) 08+P, 25%V

b) 13\$K, 08&P

c) 23&A, 15%I

d) 08+P, 08&P

e) 07#Q, 14\$J

1. What is the code for ‘External exploration in the given code language?

a) 25%V, 23%A

b) 15%I, 13?K

c) 14\$J, 22!B

d) 08&P, 13?K

e) None of these

Direction (1-5)

A * B means “A ≥ B”

A \$ B means “A = B”

A £ B means “A ≤ B”

A & B means “A < B”

A @ B means “A > B”

1. J < C, C ≥ B, S ≥ C

B ≥ J

S ≤ J

S > B

None follows

1. R ≥ H, T < H, H ≥ B

R = B

R > B

R > T

Either I or II and III follows

1. E > R, M > L, E < L

L > R

E < M

M > R

All follows

1. Y = V, H = S, V ≥ S

S ≤ H not follows

H ≤ V follows

Y ≥ S follows

1. M > T, O > R, O < T

O ≤ M not follows

R < T follows

M > R follows

Direction (6-10):

The logic for all the above code is:

The letter denotes last letter of each word (Minus) – 3

Like “Satellite” – Last letter “E” – 3 = B

The Two digit number denotes the reverse alphabet number of Last letter (26 to 1)

Like “The” – “E”- 22

And rest of the one symbol code as

For three letter word – +

For Five letter word – *

For Six letter word – \$

For Seven letter word – &

For Eight letter word – %

For Nine letter word – !

For Ten letter word – #

For Eleven letter word – ?

For twelve letter word – > 