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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections: Q (610) An arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. Apply the same rule on the input given for the questions and answer them.
Input: eve roar cat neat 314 505 827 732
Step I: 827 eve roar cat neat 314 505 732
Step II: 827 cat eve roar neat 314 505 732
Step III: 827 cat 732 eve roar neat 314 505
Step IV: 827 cat 732 eve 505 roar neat 314
Step V: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat roar 314
Step VI: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat 314 roar
Step VII: 67 cat 42 eve 55 neat 24 roar
Step VIII: 67 2 42 17 55 9 24 2
Step IX: 67 42 17 2 2 9 24 55
Step IX is the output.Input: dog mney grape kite 107 212 916 763
What is the output?
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Input: dog mney grape kite 107 212 916 763
Step I: 916 dog mney grape kite 107 212 763
Step II: 916 dog 763 mney grape kite 107 212
Step III: 916 dog 763 grape mney kite 107 212
Step IV: 916 dog 763 grape 212 mney kite 107
Step V: 916 dog 763 grape 212 kite mney 107
Step VI: 916 dog 763 grape 212 kite 107 mney
Step VII: 86 dog 13 grape 12 kite 17 mney
Step VIII: 86 11 13 11 12 2 17 1
Step IX: 86 13 11 11 12 12 17
Step IX is the outputStep I: The largest number is placed on the first position.
Step II: The first word as per the alphabetical order is placed on the second position.
Step III: The second largest number is placed on the third position.
These steps are repeated until all the numbers are arranged in the descending order and all the words are arranged in the alphabetical order.In step VII, the difference of first digit and middle digit of the number is written followed by third digit as it is instead of the number itself
Then in step VIII, mod of the number representing the difference of the first and second alphabet of the word is written. Example: dog > d=4, o=15 So, 154=11
Then in step IX, first half of the series is arranged in descending order and next half of the series is arranged in ascending order.Incorrect
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Input: dog mney grape kite 107 212 916 763
Step I: 916 dog mney grape kite 107 212 763
Step II: 916 dog 763 mney grape kite 107 212
Step III: 916 dog 763 grape mney kite 107 212
Step IV: 916 dog 763 grape 212 mney kite 107
Step V: 916 dog 763 grape 212 kite mney 107
Step VI: 916 dog 763 grape 212 kite 107 mney
Step VII: 86 dog 13 grape 12 kite 17 mney
Step VIII: 86 11 13 11 12 2 17 1
Step IX: 86 13 11 11 12 12 17
Step IX is the outputStep I: The largest number is placed on the first position.
Step II: The first word as per the alphabetical order is placed on the second position.
Step III: The second largest number is placed on the third position.
These steps are repeated until all the numbers are arranged in the descending order and all the words are arranged in the alphabetical order.In step VII, the difference of first digit and middle digit of the number is written followed by third digit as it is instead of the number itself
Then in step VIII, mod of the number representing the difference of the first and second alphabet of the word is written. Example: dog > d=4, o=15 So, 154=11
Then in step IX, first half of the series is arranged in descending order and next half of the series is arranged in ascending order. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections: Q (610) An arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. Apply the same rule on the input given for the questions and answer them.
Input: eve roar cat neat 314 505 827 732
Step I: 827 eve roar cat neat 314 505 732
Step II: 827 cat eve roar neat 314 505 732
Step III: 827 cat 732 eve roar neat 314 505
Step IV: 827 cat 732 eve 505 roar neat 314
Step V: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat roar 314
Step VI: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat 314 roar
Step VII: 67 cat 42 eve 55 neat 24 roar
Step VIII: 67 2 42 17 55 9 24 2
Step IX: 67 42 17 2 2 9 24 55
Step IX is the output.Input: dog mney grape kite 107 212 916 763
What is the third element to the right of 5th element from right in step 8?
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections: Q (610) An arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. Apply the same rule on the input given for the questions and answer them.
Input: eve roar cat neat 314 505 827 732
Step I: 827 eve roar cat neat 314 505 732
Step II: 827 cat eve roar neat 314 505 732
Step III: 827 cat 732 eve roar neat 314 505
Step IV: 827 cat 732 eve 505 roar neat 314
Step V: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat roar 314
Step VI: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat 314 roar
Step VII: 67 cat 42 eve 55 neat 24 roar
Step VIII: 67 2 42 17 55 9 24 2
Step IX: 67 42 17 2 2 9 24 55
Step IX is the output.Input: dog mney grape kite 107 212 916 763
What is the fifth element from left in step 7?
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Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections: Q (610) An arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. Apply the same rule on the input given for the questions and answer them.
Input: eve roar cat neat 314 505 827 732
Step I: 827 eve roar cat neat 314 505 732
Step II: 827 cat eve roar neat 314 505 732
Step III: 827 cat 732 eve roar neat 314 505
Step IV: 827 cat 732 eve 505 roar neat 314
Step V: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat roar 314
Step VI: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat 314 roar
Step VII: 67 cat 42 eve 55 neat 24 roar
Step VIII: 67 2 42 17 55 9 24 2
Step IX: 67 42 17 2 2 9 24 55
Step IX is the output.Input: dog mney grape kite 107 212 916 763
How many steps are required for ouput?
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections: Q (610) An arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. Apply the same rule on the input given for the questions and answer them.
Input: eve roar cat neat 314 505 827 732
Step I: 827 eve roar cat neat 314 505 732
Step II: 827 cat eve roar neat 314 505 732
Step III: 827 cat 732 eve roar neat 314 505
Step IV: 827 cat 732 eve 505 roar neat 314
Step V: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat roar 314
Step VI: 827 cat 732 eve 505 neat 314 roar
Step VII: 67 cat 42 eve 55 neat 24 roar
Step VIII: 67 2 42 17 55 9 24 2
Step IX: 67 42 17 2 2 9 24 55
Step IX is the output.Input: dog mney grape kite 107 212 916 763
How many numbers are repeated in Step 8?
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Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15)Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in row1 facing South. D, E, F, G and H are facing North. Each likes a different Colour i.e. Green, Pink, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Grey, White and Purple. Each person has different number of their favourite chocolates – 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 15 and 16.
The difference between the chocolates hold by N and O is 3. G sits third to the right of F and likes Red. Only two people sit between E and the vacant seat. E does not like Yellow or Black. Q is not an immediate neighbour of O. N likes Purple. The persons who sit at the extreme end of the line have chocolates in consecutive order. Neither E nor H has 8 chocolate. One of the neighbors of vacant seat in both rows have chocolates in odd number. The one who likes Black faces the one who likes Grey. The one who likes Black sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to G. O is not an immediate neighbour of P. H, who likes neither Yellow nor Blue, does not face the vacant seat. Neither G nor F sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. P faces F. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between O and N, who sits third right of the one who likes Bournville. The one who likes White faces the one who likes Red. The persons who like the Green and Grey are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of P. E sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. F does not like Green and Grey. Vacant seat of row1 does not face G who doesn’t sit at any of the extreme ends of the row. The person who likes Green has 3 chocolates. The total number of chocolates hold by Q is the half of the total number of chocolates hold by H. The total numbers of chocolates hold by M, F and G is the Square of the total number of chocolates hold by P, Q and M respectively. Neither P nor G has 4 chocolate.In the given arrangement, if two people come and sit to the immediate left of E, how many people will sit between D and E?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15)Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in row1 facing South. D, E, F, G and H are facing North. Each likes a different Colour i.e. Green, Pink, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Grey, White and Purple. Each person has different number of their favourite chocolates – 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 15 and 16.
The difference between the chocolates hold by N and O is 3. G sits third to the right of F and likes Red. Only two people sit between E and the vacant seat. E does not like Yellow or Black. Q is not an immediate neighbour of O. N likes Purple. The persons who sit at the extreme end of the line have chocolates in consecutive order. Neither E nor H has 8 chocolate. One of the neighbors of vacant seat in both rows have chocolates in odd number. The one who likes Black faces the one who likes Grey. The one who likes Black sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to G. O is not an immediate neighbour of P. H, who likes neither Yellow nor Blue, does not face the vacant seat. Neither G nor F sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. P faces F. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between O and N, who sits third right of the one who likes Bournville. The one who likes White faces the one who likes Red. The persons who like the Green and Grey are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of P. E sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. F does not like Green and Grey. Vacant seat of row1 does not face G who doesn’t sit at any of the extreme ends of the row. The person who likes Green has 3 chocolates. The total number of chocolates hold by Q is the half of the total number of chocolates hold by H. The total numbers of chocolates hold by M, F and G is the Square of the total number of chocolates hold by P, Q and M respectively. Neither P nor G has 4 chocolate.Who amongst the following sits third to the right of F?
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15)Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in row1 facing South. D, E, F, G and H are facing North. Each likes a different Colour i.e. Green, Pink, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Grey, White and Purple. Each person has different number of their favourite chocolates – 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 15 and 16.
The difference between the chocolates hold by N and O is 3. G sits third to the right of F and likes Red. Only two people sit between E and the vacant seat. E does not like Yellow or Black. Q is not an immediate neighbour of O. N likes Purple. The persons who sit at the extreme end of the line have chocolates in consecutive order. Neither E nor H has 8 chocolate. One of the neighbors of vacant seat in both rows have chocolates in odd number. The one who likes Black faces the one who likes Grey. The one who likes Black sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to G. O is not an immediate neighbour of P. H, who likes neither Yellow nor Blue, does not face the vacant seat. Neither G nor F sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. P faces F. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between O and N, who sits third right of the one who likes Bournville. The one who likes White faces the one who likes Red. The persons who like the Green and Grey are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of P. E sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. F does not like Green and Grey. Vacant seat of row1 does not face G who doesn’t sit at any of the extreme ends of the row. The person who likes Green has 3 chocolates. The total number of chocolates hold by Q is the half of the total number of chocolates hold by H. The total numbers of chocolates hold by M, F and G is the Square of the total number of chocolates hold by P, Q and M respectively. Neither P nor G has 4 chocolate.Which of the following faces the vacant seat of Row – 1?
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Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15)Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in row1 facing South. D, E, F, G and H are facing North. Each likes a different Colour i.e. Green, Pink, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Grey, White and Purple. Each person has different number of their favourite chocolates – 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 15 and 16.
The difference between the chocolates hold by N and O is 3. G sits third to the right of F and likes Red. Only two people sit between E and the vacant seat. E does not like Yellow or Black. Q is not an immediate neighbour of O. N likes Purple. The persons who sit at the extreme end of the line have chocolates in consecutive order. Neither E nor H has 8 chocolate. One of the neighbors of vacant seat in both rows have chocolates in odd number. The one who likes Black faces the one who likes Grey. The one who likes Black sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to G. O is not an immediate neighbour of P. H, who likes neither Yellow nor Blue, does not face the vacant seat. Neither G nor F sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. P faces F. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between O and N, who sits third right of the one who likes Bournville. The one who likes White faces the one who likes Red. The persons who like the Green and Grey are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of P. E sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. F does not like Green and Grey. Vacant seat of row1 does not face G who doesn’t sit at any of the extreme ends of the row. The person who likes Green has 3 chocolates. The total number of chocolates hold by Q is the half of the total number of chocolates hold by H. The total numbers of chocolates hold by M, F and G is the Square of the total number of chocolates hold by P, Q and M respectively. Neither P nor G has 4 chocolate.Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based upon their seating arrangement and so form a group. Which of the following does not belong to the group?
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Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirection: Q(15)Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.
Ten friends are sitting in two parallel rows of six seats each. One seat is vacant in each row. M, N, O, P and Q are sitting in row1 facing South. D, E, F, G and H are facing North. Each likes a different Colour i.e. Green, Pink, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Grey, White and Purple. Each person has different number of their favourite chocolates – 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 15 and 16.
The difference between the chocolates hold by N and O is 3. G sits third to the right of F and likes Red. Only two people sit between E and the vacant seat. E does not like Yellow or Black. Q is not an immediate neighbour of O. N likes Purple. The persons who sit at the extreme end of the line have chocolates in consecutive order. Neither E nor H has 8 chocolate. One of the neighbors of vacant seat in both rows have chocolates in odd number. The one who likes Black faces the one who likes Grey. The one who likes Black sits opposite to the one who sits third right of the person who sits opposite to G. O is not an immediate neighbour of P. H, who likes neither Yellow nor Blue, does not face the vacant seat. Neither G nor F sits at any of the extreme ends of the row. P faces F. Vacant seats are not opposite to each other. Two seats are there between O and N, who sits third right of the one who likes Bournville. The one who likes White faces the one who likes Red. The persons who like the Green and Grey are adjacent to each other. Vacant seat of row – 1 is not an immediate neighbour of P. E sits at one of the extreme ends of the row. F does not like Green and Grey. Vacant seat of row1 does not face G who doesn’t sit at any of the extreme ends of the row. The person who likes Green has 3 chocolates. The total number of chocolates hold by Q is the half of the total number of chocolates hold by H. The total numbers of chocolates hold by M, F and G is the Square of the total number of chocolates hold by P, Q and M respectively. Neither P nor G has 4 chocolate.Who among the following has 11 chocolate?
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