# Reasoning Question: Mixed Questions Set 14

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Q (1-5)Study the given information and answer the following questions
@ – North
# – South
\$ – East
% – West
& – Either 3 Km or 10 Km
© – Either 4 Km or 7 Km
For example: P@Q means P is to the North of Q. P&Q means P is either at 3 Km or 10 Km from Q. P@\$Q means P is to the North-East of Q. P@&Q means P is North of Q and in either 3 Km or 10 Km distance.
Directions:
Point A is 4 Km South to the point O.
I. A%&B
III. E#&D
IV. C@B
V. E%O
VI. C\$&D
VIII. A#\$D

1. If Point X is placed 7 Km West of Point A. What is the distance between D and X?
1. 2 Km
2. 5 Km
3. 7 Km
4. 10 Km
5. Cannot be determined
Explanation

2. What is the distance between E and O?
1. 3 Km
2. 4 Km
3. 7 Km
4. 10 Km
5. None

3. What is the distance between O and B?
1. 5 Km
2. √29 Km
3. 6 Km
4. 9 Km
5. 10 Km

4. Which of the following is true?
1. E#\$A
2. E@\$A
3. E@%A
4. E#%A
5. None

5. Y is a point such that Y@©O then C will be?
1. North West of Y
2. North East of Y
3. South West of Y
4. South East of Y
5. Cannot be determined
Answer : 4. South East of Y

Q (6-10). Study the given information and answer the following questions.
If all the Vowels in the alphabets are excluded and rest of Consonants as coded as follows i.e., B as 1, C as 2, D as 3…… upto K as 8. Then from L as 1, M as 2,…. upto T as 8. Again V as 1, …… upto Z.
Conditions:
(i). If the word begins with Consonant and ends with Vowel then 3rd letter of the word will be coded as ‘&’
(ii). If the word begins with Vowel and ends with consonant then code of all the consonants are to be changed to next digit of higher value
(iii). If more than two Vowels are there in the word then first two Vowels are coded as ‘e’
(iv). If two same vowels (or) consonants follow one another then both are coded as ‘**’

1. What is the code for the ‘tummy big roll’?
1. 8u**4 2i5 60**
2. 8u**4 1i5 6o**
3. 7u**3 1i5 6o**
4. 8u223 1i5 6o**
5. None
Answer : 2. 8u**4 1i5 6o**
Explanation :
L-1, M-2, N-3, P-4, Q-5, R-6, S-7, T-8
V-1, W-2, X-3, Y-4, Z-5

2. What is the code for the word ‘adventure’?
1. a31e38u6e
2. e31e38e6e
3. e31e38u6e
4. e21e38u6e
5. None

3. What is the code for the ‘force upon’?
1. 4o62e u5o4
2. 40&2e u5o4
3. 4o&2e u4o3
4. 4o&2e u5o4
5. None

4. What is the code for the word ‘surveillance’?
1. 7e&1ei**a33e
2. 7u&1ei**a33e
3. 7e61ei**a33e
4. 7e&1ei11a33e
5. None

5. What is the code for the word ‘emulsion’?
1. e3u28io4
2. e3e28i04
3. e3e28io4
4. e2e17io3
5. None