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**(Q. 1-5) In each of the following questions, two rows of numbers are given. The resultant number in each row is to be worked out separately based on the following rules and the questions below the rows of numbers are to be answered. The operations of numbers progress from the left to the right.**

**Rules:**

(i) If an odd number is followed by a two digit even number, then they are to be added.

(ii) If an odd number is followed by two digit odd number, then the second is to be subtracted from the first number.

(iii) If an even number is followed by a number which is a perfect square of a number then the second number is to be divided by the first number.

(iv) If an even number is followed by a two digit even number then the first number is to be multiplied by the second number.

**I. 15 11 20 400**

**II. 8 12 10**

**If the resultant of the second set of numbers is divided by the resultant of the first set of numbers, what will be the outcome?**

A. 196

B. 200

C. 19

D. 92

E. None of the Above

**E. None of the Above**

**Explanation:**

15 -11 = 4 [Rule ii]

4 * 20 = 80 [Rule iv]

400 / 80 = 5 [Rule iii]

r1 = 5

8 * 12 = 96 [Rule iv]

96 * 10 = 960[Rule iv]

r2 = 960

960/5 =192**I. 40 30 3600**

**II. 15 24 17**

**What is the sum of the two resultant numbers of the set of numbers given above?**

A. 22

B. 25

C. 28

D. 42

E. None of the Above

**B. 25**

**Explanation:**

40 * 30 = 1200 [Rule iv]

3600/1200 = 3 [Rule iii]

15 + 24 = 39 [Rule i]

39 – 17 = 22 [Rule ii]

22 + 3 = 25**I. 8 16 16 14**

**II. 13 11 12 144**

**What is the difference between the resultant of the first set of numbers and the second set of numbers?**

A. 222

B. 210

C. 118

D. 106

E. None of the Above

**D. 106**

**Explanation:**

16 / 8 = 2 [Rule iii]

16 / 2 = 8 [Rule iii]

8 * 114 = 112 [Rule iv]

13 – 11 = 2 [Rule ii]

2 * 12 = 24 [Rule iv]

144 / 24 = 6[Rule iii]

112 – 6 = 106**I. 13 11 4**

**II. 17 13 12**

**If the resultant of the first set of numbers is multiplied by the resultant of the second set of numbers, what will be the outcome?**

A. 48

B. 96

C. 69

D. 75

E. None of the Above

**B. 96**

**Explanation:**

13 – 11 = 2 [Rule ii]

4 / 2 = 2 [Rule iii]

17 – 13 = 4 [Rule ii]

4 * 12 = 48 [Rule iv]

48 * 2 = 96**I. 19 15 12**

**II. 15 12 23 16**

**If the resultant of the second set of numbers is subtracted from the resultant of the first set of numbers what will be the outcome?**

A. 44

B. 92

C. 29

D. 43

E. None of the Above

**A. 44**

**Explanation:**

19 – 15 = 4 [Rule ii]

4 * 12 = 48 [Rule iv]

15 + 12 = 27 [Rule i]

27 – 23 = 4 [Rule ii]

16 / 4 = 4 [Rule iv]

48 – 4 = 44

**II. (Q. No: 6-10)In each of the questions below a set of instruction sequence is given. You are required to find out the outcome which should come in place of the question mark (?) in each of the given sets of sequence.**

**Rules:**

In a certain instruction system the different computation processes are written as follows:

i. x $ y % z means z is multiplied by the sum of x and y.

ii. x # y * z means that when y is subtracted from x and the resultant is divided by z.

iii. x @ y © z means x is added to the resultant when y is divided by z.

iv. x ~ y ! z means x is subtracted from the product of y and z.

**I. 20 # 10 * 2 = a**

**II. a ~ 6 ! 4 = ?**

A. 19

B. 29

C. 34

D. Can not be determined

E. None of the Above

**A. 19**

**Explanation:**

20 – 10 = 10

10 / 2 = 5 = a

6 * 4 = 24

=> 24 – a = 24 – 5 = 19**I. 60 $ 20 % 4 = b**

**II. 8 @ b © 10 = ?**

A. 20

B. 40

C. 10

D. 60

E. None of the Above

**B. 40**

**Explanation:**

4 * (60 + 20) = 320

b = 320

320 /10 = 32

32 + 8 = 40**I. 15 ~ 2 ! 5 = c**

**II. 4 $ 12 % c = ?**

A. 80

B. 228

C. 108

D. 93

E. None of the Above

**E. None of the Above**

**Explanation:**

10 – 15 = – 5

16 * (-5) = -80**I. 16 @ 12 @ 8 = d**

**II. d # 20 * 8 = ?**

A. 240

B. 80

C. 120

D. Can’t be determined

E. None of the Above

**D. Can’t be determined**

**I. 80 ~ 15 ! 8 = e**

**II. e $ 5 % 8 = ?**

A. 40 # 40 * 10

B. 40 $ 40 % 10

C. 40 @ 40 © 10

D. 40 ~ 40 ! 10

E. None of the Above

**D. 40 ~ 40 ! 10**

**Explanation:**

120 – 80 = 40

e = 40

45 * 8 = 360

40 ~ 40 ! 10 = 400 – 40 = 360

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