# Reasoning Questions : Direction Sense Set 17

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Directions (1 – 5): Read the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow. The questions are based on following coding formats:

# – North
@ – South
% – East
\$ – West
! – Either 4 or 6 m
& – Either 3 or 10 m
Examples: P@Q means P is South of Q, P#\$Q means P is North-West of Q, P\$!Q means P is West of Q at a distance of either 4 or 6 m.
Conditions given are as:
I. A#&B
II. A#\$C
III. C%B
IV. C\$!D
V. E@&D
VI. F\$!E
VII. G#!F
VIII. G@\$C

1. Given H\$G, HG = 3m, B#H. Find distance between B and C?
1) 4m
2) 5m
3) 6m
4) 7m
5) Cannot be determined
Explanation :
According to conditions given:
I. A#&B
II. A#\$C
III. C%B
IV. C\$!D
V. E@&D
VI. F\$!E
VII. G#!F
VIII. G@\$C

2. If B#G, then which of the following is true regarding points B and G?
1) G#&B
2) B#&G
3) B@!G
4) G@!B
5) None of these
Explanation :
According to conditions given:
I. A#&B
II. A#\$C
III. C%B
IV. C\$!D
V. E@&D
VI. F\$!E
VII. G#!F
VIII. G@\$C

3. A man starts walking from point A walks for 5m in ‘%’ direction, reaches point J, turns ‘@’ direction and now walks 7m to reach point G. Given J#G. What is the distance between points C and A. (Take points from question number 1 also).
1) √38m
2) √34m
3) √42m
4) 4√8m
5) 4√3m
Explanation :
According to conditions given:
I. A#&B
II. A#\$C
III. C%B
IV. C\$!D
V. E@&D
VI. F\$!E
VII. G#!F
VIII. G@\$C

4. If distance point G and E is 6√2m, then find distance between points G and C?
1) 2√5m
2) 3√5m
3) 5√6m
4) 4√6m
5) 5√2m
Explanation
According to conditions given:
I. A#&B
II. A#\$C
III. C%B
IV. C\$!D
V. E@&D
VI. F\$!E
VII. G#!F
VIII. G@\$C

5. If K@!D and G\$K, what is the maximum area of the quadrilateral formed by joining points K, G,
1) 36
2) 49
3) 64
4) 30
5) 25
Explanation :

Directions (6 – 7): Read the following information carefully to answer the questions that follow. The questions are based on following coding formats:
# – North
@ – South
% – East
\$ – West
! – Either 4 or 6 m
& – Either 3 or 6 m
Examples: P@Q means P is South of Q, P#\$Q means P is North-West of Q, P\$!Q means P is West of Q at a distance of either 4 or 6 m.
Conditions given are as:
I. A\$&P
II. P#!D
III. D\$!G
IV. K#&G
V. K%&M
VI. P\$K

1. If P%M, what is the distance between points P and G?
1) 2√10m
2) 3√13m
3) 2√13m
4) 3√10m
5) None of these
Explanation :
According to conditions given:
I. A\$&P
II. P#!D
III. D\$!G
IV. K#&G
V. K%&M
VI. P\$K

2. Which of the following is definitely false based on the position of points given in Question above?
1) A#\$G
2) D@\$K
3) G@%P
4) M#%G
5) D@\$M
Explanation :
According to conditions given:
I. A\$&P
II. P#!D
III. D\$!G
IV. K#&G
V. K%&M
VI. P\$K

(Directions 8 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
A + B means P is to the right of Q at a distance of 1m.
A – B means P is to the left of Q at a distance of 1m.
A # B means P is to the north of Q at a distance of 1m.
A * B means P is to the south of Q at a distance of 1m.
In each of the following questions all person faces South.

1. P + Q * R + S, then S is in which direction with respect to P?
1) North
2) South-East
3) North-East
4) East
5) South-West
Explanation :

2. I * J + K # L, then L is in which direction with respect to I?
1) North
2) North-East
3) South
4) East
5) South-West