# Reasoning Question: Mixed Questions Set 11

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Q (1-5) Study the given information relating to Machine Input and Output, then answer the following questions
Input: 35 romp 44 mkln 63 26 tspj shrp 52 nsol
Step I: vurk 126 35 romp 44 mkln 22 shrp 52 nsol
Step II: vkur 156 vurk 126 35 romp 44 mkln 22 nsol
Step III: vsqs 176 vkur 156 vurk 126 35 mkln 22 nsol
Step IV: sxtp 175 vsqs 176 vkur 156 vurk 126 mkln 22
Step V: sqrs 156 sxtp 175 vsqs 176 vkur 156 vurk 126
Step V is the final step for above arrangement
Now answer the following questions based on the Input given below.

Input: 64 knor gqru 53 18 plde 31 44 qjjf fgmv

1. In Step II, what is the difference between the elements which are 2nd from the left end and 7th element from the right end?
1. 18
2. 23
3. 31
4. 133
5. 142
Solution:
Input: 64 knor gqru 53 28 plde 31 45 qjjf fgmv
Step I: hiow 128 knor gqru 53 28 plde 31 45 qjjf
Step II: jtuw 159 hiow 128 knor 28 plde 31 45 qjjf
Step III: orsu 180 jtuw 159 hiow 128 28 plde 31 qjjf
Step IV: vooj 155 orsu 180 jtuw 159 hiow 128 28 plde
Step V: vrjj 168 vooj 155 orsu 180 jtuw 159 hiow 128

2. Which element will be 3nd to the right of the 4th element from the left end of the row in step IV?
1. hiox
2. hjow
3. hipw
4. hiow
5. None

3. Which element present exactly between 180 and 159 in Step III?
1. orsu
2. jtuw
3. hiow
4. vooj
5. vrjj

4. In which of the following steps the elements ‘159 128’ appear as consecutive elements in same order?
1. Step I
2. Step II
3. Step III
4. Step IV
5. There is no such step
Answer – 5. There is no such step

5. How many elements are there between the elements ‘168’ and ‘hiow’ in step V?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Five
5. Six

Q (6-10) Study the given information and answer the following questions
Seven persons – A, B, C, D, E, F, and G ate some sweets. Some of them ate an odd number of sweets and some of them ate even number of sweets.
Person who ate second lowest number of sweets ate 14 sweets. E ate more than F but less than C. C didn’t eat highest number of sweets. G ate 12 sweets. F and C ate odd number of sweets. Difference between number of sweets eaten by A and F is 4. F ate more sweets than B but less than D. E ate 20 sweets. Person who ate highest number of sweets ate 23 sweets. A ate more than F.

1. How many sweets does C eat?
1. 22
2. 21
3. 19
4. 17
5. Cannot be determined
Solution:

2. How many sweets does F eat?
1. 19
2. 17
3. 16
4. 15
5. Cannot be determined

3. How many persons ate even number of sweets?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
5. None

4. Who among the following ate the highest number of sweets?
1. D
2. A
3. F
4. B
5. Cannot be determined