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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
P, Q, R and S are the corners of a rectangular field such that P is to the North of Q. R is 0.2km to the East of P and the longer side of the rectangular field is 2km. U, V, W and X are the corners of an another rectangular field such that U is 1.6km to the west of W. X is 1.2km to the south of W and in the East of V. Rectangle field UVWX intersects the line joining PQ and RS at YZ and MN respectively. It is also known that Y is 0.9km towards the East of U and N is 0.4km towards the North of S.
What is the distance between point U and point M?
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Answer: 4) 1.1 km
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Hence, distance between point U and point M is 1.1 km.Incorrect
Answer: 4) 1.1 km
Explanation:
Hence, distance between point U and point M is 1.1 km. 
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
P, Q, R and S are the corners of a rectangular field such that P is to the North of Q. R is 0.2km to the East of P and the longer side of the rectangular field is 2km. U, V, W and X are the corners of an another rectangular field such that U is 1.6km to the west of W. X is 1.2km to the south of W and in the East of V. Rectangle field UVWX intersects the line joining PQ and RS at YZ and MN respectively. It is also known that Y is 0.9km towards the East of U and N is 0.4km towards the North of S.
What is the position of point X with respect to point R?
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Answer: 2) South – East
Hence, point X is in south – east direction with respect to point R.Incorrect
Answer: 2) South – East
Hence, point X is in south – east direction with respect to point R. 
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
P, Q, R and S are the corners of a rectangular field such that P is to the North of Q. R is 0.2km to the East of P and the longer side of the rectangular field is 2km. U, V, W and X are the corners of an another rectangular field such that U is 1.6km to the west of W. X is 1.2km to the south of W and in the East of V. Rectangle field UVWX intersects the line joining PQ and RS at YZ and MN respectively. It is also known that Y is 0.9km towards the East of U and N is 0.4km towards the North of S.
What is the product of area of both the rectangles?
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Answer: 3) 0.768 km
Area of rectangle PQRS = Length × Breadth = 0.2 × 2 = 0.4 km
Area of rectangle UVWX = 1.6 × 1.2 = 1.92 km
Product = 1.92 × 0.4 = 0.768 km.Incorrect
Answer: 3) 0.768 km
Area of rectangle PQRS = Length × Breadth = 0.2 × 2 = 0.4 km
Area of rectangle UVWX = 1.6 × 1.2 = 1.92 km
Product = 1.92 × 0.4 = 0.768 km. 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
P, Q, R and S are the corners of a rectangular field such that P is to the North of Q. R is 0.2km to the East of P and the longer side of the rectangular field is 2km. U, V, W and X are the corners of an another rectangular field such that U is 1.6km to the west of W. X is 1.2km to the south of W and in the East of V. Rectangle field UVWX intersects the line joining PQ and RS at YZ and MN respectively. It is also known that Y is 0.9km towards the East of U and N is 0.4km towards the North of S.
Point Z is in which direction with respect to point Q?
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Answer: 1) North
Point Z is in north direction with respect to point Q.Incorrect
Answer: 1) North
Point Z is in north direction with respect to point Q. 
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: Reasoning(Directions 1 – 5): Study the following information and answer the given questions.
P, Q, R and S are the corners of a rectangular field such that P is to the North of Q. R is 0.2km to the East of P and the longer side of the rectangular field is 2km. U, V, W and X are the corners of an another rectangular field such that U is 1.6km to the west of W. X is 1.2km to the south of W and in the East of V. Rectangle field UVWX intersects the line joining PQ and RS at YZ and MN respectively. It is also known that Y is 0.9km towards the East of U and N is 0.4km towards the North of S.
The distance is minimum in which of the following points?
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Answer: 2) Z and N
Hence, distance between Z and N is minimum.Incorrect
Answer: 2) Z and N
Hence, distance between Z and N is minimum. 
Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(610) Study the conditions given below and answer the questions.
A. if more than one condition is applied then all are to be applied for coding
B. Counting is done from left to right.
C. Consider 1 as a perfect square.
Rule (I) : If the second element is odd the first element is even then the code for both the elements should be interchanged.
Rule (II) : If the third element is perfect square and the sixth element is even then both are to be coded as “E”.
Rule (III): If the fifth element is vowel and the fourth element is odd then both are to be coded as “*”.
Rule (IV): If the fourth element is multiple of second element then the smaller of the two numbers is to be coded as “R”.7Z9IY4 can be coded as__________?
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Answer – 1) &£E{+E
Incorrect
Answer – 1) &£E{+E

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(610) Study the conditions given below and answer the questions.
A. if more than one condition is applied then all are to be applied for coding
B. Counting is done from left to right.
C. Consider 1 as a perfect square.
Rule (I) : If the second element is odd the first element is even then the code for both the elements should be interchanged.
Rule (II) : If the third element is perfect square and the sixth element is even then both are to be coded as “E”.
Rule (III): If the fifth element is vowel and the fourth element is odd then both are to be coded as “*”.
Rule (IV): If the fourth element is multiple of second element then the smaller of the two numbers is to be coded as “R”.Q49KH8 can be coded as__________?
Correct
Answer – 2) #¥E>:E
Incorrect
Answer – 2) #¥E>:E

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(610) Study the conditions given below and answer the questions.
A. if more than one condition is applied then all are to be applied for coding
B. Counting is done from left to right.
C. Consider 1 as a perfect square.
Rule (I) : If the second element is odd the first element is even then the code for both the elements should be interchanged.
Rule (II) : If the third element is perfect square and the sixth element is even then both are to be coded as “E”.
Rule (III): If the fifth element is vowel and the fourth element is odd then both are to be coded as “*”.
Rule (IV): If the fourth element is multiple of second element then the smaller of the two numbers is to be coded as “R”.EQ97I4 can be coded as__________?
Correct
Answer – 4) *#E**E
Incorrect
Answer – 4) *#E**E

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(610) Study the conditions given below and answer the questions.
A. if more than one condition is applied then all are to be applied for coding
B. Counting is done from left to right.
C. Consider 1 as a perfect square.
Rule (I) : If the second element is odd the first element is even then the code for both the elements should be interchanged.
Rule (II) : If the third element is perfect square and the sixth element is even then both are to be coded as “E”.
Rule (III): If the fifth element is vowel and the fourth element is odd then both are to be coded as “*”.
Rule (IV): If the fourth element is multiple of second element then the smaller of the two numbers is to be coded as “R”.49KHYE can be coded as__________?
Correct
Answer – 3) <¥>:+*
Incorrect
Answer – 3) <¥>:+*

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: ReasoningDirections.Q(610) Study the conditions given below and answer the questions.
A. if more than one condition is applied then all are to be applied for coding
B. Counting is done from left to right.
C. Consider 1 as a perfect square.
Rule (I) : If the second element is odd the first element is even then the code for both the elements should be interchanged.
Rule (II) : If the third element is perfect square and the sixth element is even then both are to be coded as “E”.
Rule (III): If the fifth element is vowel and the fourth element is odd then both are to be coded as “*”.
Rule (IV): If the fourth element is multiple of second element then the smaller of the two numbers is to be coded as “R”.87QAYI can be coded as__________?
Correct
Answer – 5) &%#$+{
Incorrect
Answer – 5) &%#$+{
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