• X#
• ##
• N&
• X$• NX • #### 2. Find the product of numbers in triangle (1) and triangle (3)? • 410 • 340 • 440 • 240 • 310 • #### 3. If we cannot use vowel ‘i’ and ‘u’ in the string then how many strings of letter can be formed from above rules? • 15 • 18 • 12 • 24 • none of these • #### 4. FZPJKH •$#6δ%$• 5#8δ%5 •$%8δ%5
• 5#6δ%5
• None of these
• #### 5.  In a certain code MODEL is written as ‘513#2’ and DEAR is written as ‘3#%8’. How is LOAD written in that code?

• 21%3
• 23%1
• 25%3
• 21 # 3
• None of these
• #### 6.  During a debate competition, participants are allowed to speak for atmost 30 minutes. Meera, a participant, started at ##. She spoke till #T. How much time extra or less she took from the given time?

• 5 minutes less
• 10 minutes less
• 10 minutes extra
• No extra/less minutes
• None of these
• #### 7.  AGE

• (n r n)
• (r r r)
• (n w w)
• (n f n)
• None of the above
• #### 8.  Replace each letter by a unique positive digit. Each letter must be represented by the same digit and no letter of a word can be 0 or 2-digit. O N E +O N E +O N E +O N E ------- T E N ------- What is the value of T?

• 8
• 6
• 7
• Cannot be determined
• None of these

• W
• U
• T
• A
• V
• #### 10.  Directions: In below question, a word and its code is given. Based on the same system you have to find the code of other word given in question. If CARPET is coded as TCEAPR, then NATIONAL will be coded as:

• NLATNOIA
• LANOITAN
• LNAANTOI
• LNOINTAA
• None of these
• #### 11.  In a certain language If “FRIND” is coded as “F@4” and “ENEMY” is coded as “E@25” then how will be “BUDDY” coded in same language?

• B@25
• Y@5
• D@25
• U@25
• None of these
• #### 12.  How many string of letters can possible be formed using above rules such that third letter of string is ‘e’ ?

• 8
• 9
• 11
• 10
• None of these
• #### 13.  Which of the following is true? A. WRIST = *?@9* B. FROST = *?@9♠ C. TRUTH = *?@1* D. BRICK = *?@3*

• A and C
• B and C
• A and D
• B and D
• None of these

• XOUSTVB
• XUBOTVS
• XOUTVBS
• XOUBTVS
• XUOBTVS
• #### 19.  In a certain code language the word CLOCK is written as BNLGF. How will the word RINGS be written in that code language?

• QKKKN
• QJKKN
• QKKJN
• QKKNK
• None of these
• #### 20.  IDATRJ

• 19@871
• δ9@87δ
• 19@671
• δ9@671
• None of these
• #### 21.  If BOMBAY is written as MYMYMY, how will TAMIL NADU be written in that code?

• YMNYMNYMN
• ABHABHABH
• ABCDABCDA
• MNUMNUMNU
• None of these
• #### 22.  In a certain code language, i) ‘stp nru kpi uyp’ stands for ‘clouds pour down heavily’; ii) ‘nru bes mit’ stands for ‘down he goes’; and iii) ‘bes uyp zpi nru’ stands for ‘he fell down heavily’. Which letter code stands for ‘fell’?

• nru
• bes
• zpi
• uyp
• cannot be determined
• #### 23.  “N#9” is code for which word?

• Rasgulla
• Indian
• Brought
• Can’t be determine
• None of these

• XMCSON
• XMSXO2
• XMSSON
• XMCCON
• XM2SON
• #### 25.  Find the sum of twice of βΔΔββ and thrice of ββββ.

• βΔβΔΔββ
• βΔβΔβΔβ
• βΔβββΔΔ
• βΔβΔΔβΔ
• None of these
• #### 26.  How many string of letters can possibly formed using above rules?

• 40
• 45
• 30
• 35
• None of these
• #### 27.  How “Katli” will be coded?

• U@11
• U@18
• I*11
• S*19
• Can’t be determined
• #### 28.  What is the code for ‘both’?

• bay
• dat
• fut
• can't determine
• None Of these

• 50
• 55
• 45
• 60
• 65

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