# Reasoning Questions: Time Sequence Set 5

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**(Direction 1 – 5): Study the information carefully answers the questions given below.**

In a coded language P, Q, R, $, #, & are represented by 5, 8, 12, 10, 3 and 7 respectively.

When any two symbols used together then one of them represent hour hand and another represent minute hand in a clock.

For e.g.

P& is represents 5: 35 AM in clock.

#R is represents 4: 00 AM in clock.

Note – Consider all time at AM.

**Rajat left gym at &Q so that he can get ready and reach for his meeting at Q$. How long does he take to reach home get ready and reach the venue?**

1) 100 min

2) 120 min

3) 70 min

4) 90 min

5) 55 min**Diya sets her alarm at P# so that she gets ready and catches train at Q$. How much time she thinks she requires?**

1) 3 hr 45 min

2) 3 hr 15 min

3) 3 hr 50 min

4) 3 hr 20 min

5) 3 hr 35 min**A flight is scheduled at QR the passengers are required to reach at least 45 min early so that checking process goes smoothly. At what time should one reach?**

1) P#

2) Q#

3) P#

4) R$

5) None of these**If the lectures starts at &# but Vinod reaches 70 minutes late. At what time does he reach?**

1) QP

2) QR

3) $R

4) $#

5) Data inadequate**A microwave oven takes 75 minutes to make noodles at what time should Sheenam put the dish in the oven so that it is ready 45 minutes before her guests arrive if her guests arrive at $R?**

1) Q$

2) R#

3) R&

4) QR

5) Q#

**(Directions 6 – 10): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:**

! – Either the hour hand or minute hand of the clock is on 3

* – Either the hour hand or minute hand of the clock is on 10

^ – Either the hour hand or minute hand of the clock is on 6

% – Either the hour and or minute hand of the clock is on 7

@ – Either the hour hand or minute hand of the clock is on 2

The first part represents the hour part and second part represents the minute part.

Example: Time “%@” represents 7 hours 10 minutes.

**A bus is scheduled to leave the station at “%@”. But due to some problem bus has been late by 3hrs 40 minutes. Then at what time it leaves from the bus stand?**

1) “**”

2) “^%”

3) “@%”

4) “@^”

5) None of these**A bus is scheduled to arrive at Pune at “%^”. It takes 3 hour 30 minutes to reach Pune from Delhi. At what time it should depart from Delhi to arrive Pune at least 30 minutes before scheduled time?**

1) “^!”

2) “!^”

3) “@^”

4) “^*”

5) “%*”**If a boy takes 30 minutes to reach railway station and his train is scheduled at “%@”. Then at what time the boy should leave the house to reach the station 10 minutes earlier?**

1) “!^”

2) “!@”

3) “!*”

4) “^^”

5) None of these**Duranto express completes its journey usually in 35 minutes with usual speed of 80 km/hr without stopping on any of the station but on Thursday it has to stop 15 minutes on each of the two stations between Chennai and Pune. So at what time the train will reach Chennai with its usual speed every Thursday, if it departs at “^@” every Thursday?**

1) “@%”

2) “@^”

3) “%!”

4) “%*”

5) “%@”**An opening ceremony is scheduled at “^^” but due to rain there will be a delay of 1 hour. At what time the opening ceremony will start now?**

1) “@^”

2) “@!”

3) “%!”

4) “^%”

5) “%^”