Crack IBPS PO : Coding New Pattern Questions : Reasoning day 60

D.1–5) Study the information below and answer the following question: In a certain code language,

Thick water make bluish’ is written as ‘@R5, %K5, !H6, ?E4’

Follow politics from India’ is written as ‘@M4, %S8, #W6, \$A5’

Ultra modern world user’ is written as ‘% D5, *A5, #N6, &R4’

Duration need exams faster’ is written as ‘@R6, &D4, *N8, \$S5’

Q.1) What is the code for the word “Politics”?

a) @M4

b) %S8

c) #W6

d) \$A5

e) #S6

(b)

%S8 – Last word of “politics” is ‘s’

Number of letters=8

Q.2) What is the code for the word “need”?

a) @R6

b) &D4

c) *N8

d) \$S5

e) %D5

(b)

&D4- Last word of need is ‘d’

Number of letter=4

Q.3) What is the code for “Make Ultra water”?

a) !H6, @R5, ?E4

b) *A5, @R5,?E4

c) @R5, &R4,?E4

d) % D5, @R5, ?E4

e) *A5, @R5, ?E6

(b)

Make -? E4; the last word is E and Number of letters=4

Ultra-*A5; the last word is A and Number of letters=5

Water-@R5; the last word is R and Number of letters=5

Q.4) What is the code for the word “modern”?

a) % D5

b) #N6

c) &R4

d) % D6

e) *A5

(b)

#N6- The last word of modern is N and number of letters is 6

Q.5) What is the code for the word “thick”?

a) @R5

b) %K5

c) !H6

d) ?E4

e) \$S6

(b)

%K5- the last word for thick is K and number of letters is 5

D.6–10) In the following questions, the symbols *, \$, @, © and % are used with the following meaning as illustrated below:

© stands for Less than

% Stands for less than or Equal to

@ stands for Greater than

\$ stands for Greater than or Equal to

*  stands for Equal to

Based on this Study the following information to answer the given questions

Q.6) Statements: E © F, F % G, G @ H

Conclusions: I.H © F II.G @ H III.G \$ H

a) Only I is true

b) Only II is true

c) Either I or II is true

d) Only III is true

e) All I,II and III are true

(b)

Only II is true

E<F≤G>H

H<F G<H G≥H

Q.7) Statements: T * U, U \$ V, V @ W

Conclusions: W © U II.V % T III.W © T

a) Only I is true

b) Only II is true

c) Only III is true

d) Neither I nor II is true

e) All I, II and III are true

(e)

All I, II and III are true

T = U ≥ V > W

W < U V ≤ T W < T

Q.8) Statements:W \$ X, X @ Y, Y % Z

Conclusions: I.Z @ Y II.Y % W III.Z @ W

a) Only I is true

b) Only II is true

c) Only III is true

d) None follows

e) All I ,II and III are true

(d)

None follows

W≥ X > Y ≤ Z

Z > Y  Y ≤ W  Z > W

Q.9) Statements: I % J, J @ K, K \$ L

Conclusions: I .L © J II. L % J III.L©I

a) Only I is true

b) Only II is true

c) Only III is true

d) Neither I nor II is true

e) All I , II and III are true

(a)

Only I is true

I ≤ J > K≥ L

L < J L ≤J L<I

Q.10) Statements: L © M, M *N, N%O

Conclusions: N @ L II.O \$ M III.O @ L

a) Only I is true

b) Only II is true

c) Only III is true

d) Neither I nor II is true

e) All I,II and III are true