Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 1

Which two signs and two numbers should be interchanged in the following equation to make it correct?

$$10 \times 11 + 19 - 323 \div 3 = 50$$

Question 2

In a certain code language, 'CAKESâ€™ is written as 'FXNBV' and 'ABUSE' is written as 'DYXPH'. How will 'BARKS' be written in that language?

Question 3

Select the option that is related to the fifth letter-cluster in the same way as the second letter-cluster is related to the first letter-cluster and the fourth letter-cluster is related to the third letter-cluster.

STABLE : AEQRZJ :: TARGET : AERPER :: VISUAL : ?

Question 4

Select the option figure which is embedded in the given figure (rotation is NOT allowed).

Question 5

Select the correct mirror image of the given combination when the mirror is placed at 'PQ' as shown below.

Question 6

In a certain code language, 'ENGINE' is written as â€˜ENIGNEâ€™ and 'TRAINâ€™ is written as 'NIART'. How will 'LEVEL' be written in that language?

Question 7

By interchanging the given two signs and numbers which of the following equation will be not correct?

$$\times$$ and +, 7 and 4

I. $$7 \times 8 + 4 - 6 \div 3 = 57$$

II. $$4 \times 8 - 9 \div 3 + 7 = 3$$

Question 8

A series is given with one term missing. Select the correct alternative from the given ones that will complete the series.

COMB, GIUR, KCCH, OWKX, ?

Question 9

Three statements are given followed by three conclusions numbered I, II and III. Assuming the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts, decide which of the conclusions logically follow(s) from the statements.

Statements:

Some spices are medicines.

All medicines are chemicals.

No chemical is cheap.

Conclusions:

I. Some medicines are cheap.

II. Some chemicals are spices.

III. No medicine is cheap.

Question 10

Select the set in which the numbers are related in the same way as are the numbers of the given set.

(NOTE: Operations should be performed on the whole numbers, without breaking down the numbers into its constituent digits. E.g. 13 - Operations on 13 such as adding / subtracting / multiplying etc. to 13 can be performed. Breaking down 13 into 1 and 3 and then performing mathematical operations on 1 and 3 is not allowed.)

(6, 17, 408)

(13, 27, 1404)

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