## Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Directions (Q. 3-5): Study the following information to answer the given questions: A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement. (Single digit numbers are preceded by a zero. All other numbers are two digit numbers.)
Input : when 19 will you 07 be 40 coming 62 home 100 89
Step I : be when 19 will you 07 40 coming 62 home 100 89
Step II : be 07 when 19 will you 40 coming 62 home 100 89
Step III : be 07 coming when 19 will you 40 62 home 100 89
Step IV : be 07 coming 19 when will you 40 62 home 100 89
Step V : be 07 coming 19 home when will you 40 62 100 89
Step VI : be 07coming 19 home 40 when will you 62 100 89
Step VII : be 07 coming 19 home 40 when 62 will you 100 89
Step VIII : be 07 coming 19 home 40 when 62 will 89 you 100
Step VIII is the last Step of the arrangement of the above input as the intended arrangement is obtained. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate steps for the given input.
Input : next 57 problem 82 14 trend 02 purchase growth 41

3. How many steps would needed to complete the arrangement?
1) V 2) VI 3) VIII 4) VII 5) Can't be determined

4. Which of the following would be the final arrangement ?
1) growth 02 next 14 problem 41 purchase 57 82 trend. 2) growth next problem purchase trend 02 14 41 57 82.
3) growth 02 next 14 problem 41 purchase 57 trend 82. 4) growth 82 next 57 purchase 41 problem 14 next 02.
5) None of these.

5. Which of the following would be step I ?
1) 41 purchase 02 trend 14 82 problem 57 next growth. 2) growth 02 next 57 problem 82 14 trend purchase 41.
3) 41 growth next 57 problem 82 14 trend 02 purchase. 4) growth next 57 problem 82 14 trend 02 purchase 41.
5) growth next 57 purchase 82 14 trend 02 problem 41.

Directions  (Q.  6-10):  Each  of  the  questions  below  consists  of  a  question  and  three  statements numbered  I,  II  and  III given  below  it. You  have  to  decide  whether  the data  provided  in  the  statements are  sufficient  to  answer  the  question.

1) if only I and III are sufficient to answer the question.
2) if all I, II and III are required to answer the question.
3) if only II and III are sufficient to answer the question.
4) if the question cannot be answered even with all I, II and III.
5) if only I and II are sufficient to answer the question.

6. How is ‘mun’ coded in a code language?
I.‘mun sa za’ is coded as ‘deep dark horse’ and ‘sa ga ma’ is coded as ‘horse is black’.
II.‘su la zo’ is coded as ‘moon is white’ and ‘da sa pa’ is coded as ‘horse run fast’.
III.‘mun pa lo’ is coded as ‘run dark night’ and ‘zo ga pi’ is coded as ‘white black hot’.

7. In which direction is point E with respect to point P?
I. Point D is to the west of point P. Point H is to the north of point P. Point E is to the south of point H.
II. Point M is to the south of point E. Point M is 6m from point P. Point E is 9m from point P.
III. Point D is to the west of point P. Point P is exactly midway between point D and point N. Point Q isto the south of point N. Point E is to the west of point Q.

8. How many daughters does Q have?
I. R’s father S is husband of Q.
II. Out of the three children S has, only one is a boy.
III. M and N are sisters of R.

9. On which day of the week did Surjit visit Mumbai? (Assume that the week starts from Monday.)
I. Surjit took leave on Wednesday.
II. Surjit visited Mumbai the day after his mother’s visit to his house.
III. Surjit’s mother visited Surjit’s house neither on Monday nor on Thursday.

10. Who among P, Q, R, S, T and U, each having different heights, is the tallest?
I. Q is taller than P but shorter than T.
II. Only two of them are shorter than R.
III. S is taller than only U.

3.  (4)

4. (3)

5.  (4)

9. 4; Even  by  combining  all  the  statements  we  can’t  find  the day of the week on which Surjit’s mother visited Surjit’s house.

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