Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 184

If â€˜+â€™ stands for â€˜multiplicationâ€™ â€˜<â€™ stands for â€˜divisionâ€™, â€˜$$\div$$â€™ stands for â€˜subtractionâ€™, â€˜-â€™ stands for â€˜additionâ€™ and â€˜$$\times$$â€™ stands for â€˜greater thanâ€™, identify which expression is correct.

Question 185

One day, Nita left home and cycled 10 m southwards, turned right and cycled 5 m and turned right and cycled 10 m and turned left and cycled 10 m. How many meters will she have to cycle to reach her home straight ?

Question 186

Rajat moves from his office to the canteen straight at a distance of 12 metres. Then he turned left and walked for 2 metres. Then he turns left again and walks straight for 12 metres. How far is he from his office.

Instructions

In each of the following questions, two/four statements are given followed by two/four conclusions I, II, III and IV. You have to consider the statements to be true even it they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You have to decide which of the given conclusions, if any, follow from the given statements.

Question 187

Statements:

I. All apples are bananas.

II. All bananas are sweet

Conclusions:

I. Some apples are sweet.

II. Some bananas are apples.

Question 188

**Statements:**

I. All metals are silver

II. All silver are diamond

III. Some diamonds are gold

IV. Some gold are marbles

Conclusions:

I. Some gold are metals

II. All metals are diamonds

III. Some silver are marble

IV. Some gold are silver

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 189

A word is represented by only one set of numbers as given in any one of the alternatives. The set of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as in two matrices given below. The columns and rows of Matrix I are numbered-from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column, e.g., â€˜Bâ€™ can be represented by 01, 31 etc. and â€˜Pâ€™ can be represented by 67, 75 etc. Similarly, you have to identify the set for the word â€˜CARDâ€™.

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