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1. If MADRAS can be written as ARSARS, how can ARKONAM be written in that code?
D. ROKANAM E. ROANKNM
Ans . (A) Sol: The word is first written twice and the letters at the even positions in the word so obtained from the code.
2. In a certain code, COMPUTER is written as RFUVQNPC. How is MEDICINE written in the same code?
D. EOJDJEFM E. None of these
Ans . (D) Sol: The letters of the word are written in a reverse order and each letter, except the first and the last one is moved one step forward, to obtain the code.
3. Choose the word which is least like the others word in a group?
D. Sparrow E. Koel
Ans . (C) Sol: Swan is the only water bird in the group.
4. Choose the word which is least like the others word in a group?
D. Star E. Planets
Ans . (C) Sol: All except Universe form a part of the universe.
05. If every second Saturday and all Sundays are holidays in a 30 days month beginning on Saturday, then how many working days are there in that month?
Ans . (C)
Since the month begins on Saturday, so 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th days are Sundays.
While 8th and 22nd days are second Saturdays.
Thus, there are 7 holidays in all.
Therefore number of working days = 30 – 7 = 23.
06. If the first day of the year(other than the leap) was Friday, then which was the last of that year?
Ans . (C)
If the year is not a leap year, then the last day of the year is the same as the first day.
7. In a row of boys, if A who is tenth from the left and B who is ninth from the right interchange their positions. A becomes fifteenth from the left. How many boys are there in the row?
Ans . (B)
Clearly, A’s new position is 15th from the left. But this is the same as B’s earlier position which is 9th from the right.
8. In a row of girls, Ramya is fifth from the left and Priya is sixth from the right. When they exchange their positions, then Ramya becomes thirteenth from the left. What will be Priya’s position from the right?
Ans . (D)
Ramya’s new position is 13th from left. But it is the same as Priya’s earlier position which is 6th from the right.
Thus, the row consists of ( 12 + 1 + 5 ) = 18 girls.
Now, Priya’s new position is Ramya’s earlier position which is 5th from the left.
Number of girls to the right of Priya = (18 – 5) = 13.
So, Priya’s new position is 14th from the right.
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