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?
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.
1). Answer: E
2.What is the code for ‘should’ in the given code language?
3.What may be the possible code for ‘switch Where’ in the given code language?
4.What may be the possible word for “!T30, %M20, *U72” in the given code language?
5.What is the possible word for “&U72,$T12”in the given code language?
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
I. C # A
II. A # T
III. C @ A.
C = A not follows
A = T not follows
C ≥ A not follows
7.Statements: U # F , F $ W , W - K
I. K $ U
II. K # U
III. W @ U
K = U
W ≥ U
8.Statements: Q $ T , T % G , Q - N
I. Q $ G
II. N $ T
III. N – G
Q< G follows
N< T not follows
N> G not follows
9.Statements: H @ D , D - B , B $ W
I. W $ H
II. B $ H
III. D $ W
W< H not follows
B< H follows
D< W not follows
10.Statements: V $ F , F % P , P - J
I. J $ F
II. P – V
III. V - J
J< F not follows
P> V follows
V> J not follows
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