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In each of these questions a combination of digit/symbol is given followed by four combinations of letter codes numbered (1), (2), (3) and (4). Digits/Symbols are to be coded by the letter codes as per the scheme and conditions given below. The number of letter code combination which correctly represents digits/symbols combination is your answer. If none of the combinations is correct, your answer is (5) i.e. ‘None of these’.
Digit/Symbol : # 1 5 8 $ 3 7 2 9 @ % ↑ 6 4 ©
Letter code : P I A R J H F W L T Q E D U B
Conditions :
I. If the first element is a symbol and the last element is an odd digit, their codes are to be swapped.
II. If the first as well as the last element is a symbol, both are to be coded by the code for the first element.
III. If the first element is an even digit and the last one is a symbol, both are to be coded by X.[1] 57#8$@ :
(1) TFPRJA
(2) AFPRJT
(3) AFRPTJ
(4) TFRPJA
(5) None of these[2] ©84@39 :
(1) LRUTHB
(2) BRUTHL
(3) BRTUHL
(4) LRUHTB
(5) None of these[3] ↑8413$ :
(1) JURIHJ
(2) JRUIHE
(3) ERUIHE
(4) ERUIHJ
(5) None of these[4] 25@7#$ :
(1) WATFPJ
(2) WATFPW
(3) JATFPJ
(4) XATFPJ
(5) None of these[5] %43698 :
(1) RUHDLQ
(2) QUHDLR
(3) QUHDLQ
(4) RUHDLR
(5) None of theselast reply by sawan belekar • 8 years ago • asked in NMAT
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Given an input line the machine arranges the words and numbers step by step in a systematic manner as illustrated below:
Input : subsidy 76 48 follow 35 next 63 must
Step I : 35 subsidy 76 48 follow next 63 must
Step II : 35 subsidy 48 76 follow next 63 must
Step III : 35 subsidy 48 next 76 follow 63 must
Step IV : 35 subsidy 48 next 63 76 follow must
Step V : 35 subsidy 48 next 63 must 76 follow
Output in Step V is the final output and Step VI is the last step.
As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the given input.[1] If the second step of an input is “21 white direct 72 status front 37 69”, how many more steps are required to complete the arrangement?
(1) Three
(2) Four
(3) Five
(4) Six
(5) None of these[2] What will be the third step for the input
“17 85 pearls garland 67 93 restriction judgement”?
(1) 17 restriction 67 pearls garland 85 93 judgement
(2) 17 restriction 67 pearls 93 garland 85 judgement
(3) 17 restriction 85 pearls 67 garland 93 judgement
(4) 17 restriction 67 pearls 85 garland 93 judgement
(5) None of these[3] If the fourth step of an input is “35 wealth 52 task 72 57 jogging playground” what will definitely be the first step?
(1) task wealth 35 52 57 jogging 72 playground
(2) wealth task 35 52 57 jogging 72 playground
(3) wealth task 35 52 jogging 57 72 playground
(4) cannot be determined
(5) None of these[4] If the second step of an input is “26 shop finance 48 game music 63 37”; what will be the fifth step?
(1) 26 shop 37 music 48 finance game 63
(2) 26 shop 37 music finance 48 game 63
(3) 26 shop 37 music 48 game finance 63
(4) There is no fifth step
(5) None of these[5] How many steps are required to complete the arrangement for the input “56 punish 48 find design 23 lavish 36”?
(1) Seven
(2) Five
(3) Four
(4) Eight
(5) None of theseasked in NMAT
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