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1 .

Direction (Q. 1 - 5): Read the following letter-digit-symbol sequence carefully and answer the questions given below:
A* 7 6 8 Δ $ 6 @ # Φ C F L K S 9 £ + 6 7

Which of the following elements would be 6th to the right of 11 element from the right ?

A.    $ B.    9
C.    £ D.    Box
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2 .

If the first ten elements of the sequence are written in the reverse order which of the following will be 8th to the left of 15lh element from left ?

A.    8 B.    6
C.    7 D.    *
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3 .

What should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following series?
78 @, A7$, Φ
 F9, ?

A.    @ Φ K B.    Δ $ 6
C.    *$Φ D.    Cannot be determined
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4 .

How many such symbols are there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a number and immediately followed by a letter

A.    None B.    One
C.    Two D.    Three
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5 .

Four of the following five are alike in a certain way based on their positions in the above arrangement and so form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to that a group.

A.    A78 B.    £+7
C.    CLS D.    S9£
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10): In the following questions the symbols ‘#, *, @, $ and = are used with the following meanings.
‘A # B’ means A is greater than B
‘A * B’ means A is greater than or equal to B
‘A @ B’ means A is equal to B
‘A $ B’ means A is lesser than B
‘A = B’ means A is lesser than or equal to B.
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the three statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is / are definitely true.

Statements : S$M, M #L, L * Z
Conclusions : I. S@Z            II. S = L

A.    If only conclusion I is true B.    If only conclusion II is true
C.    If either conlcusion I or II is true D.    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
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7 .

Statements : J@L, V$N, R = J
Conclusions : I. R$N            II. J*N

A.    If only conclusion I is true B.    If only conclusion II is true
C.    If either conlcusion I or II is true D.    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
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8 .

Statements : L*U, C$L, C#B
Conclusions : I. U@C         II. L#B

A.    If only conclusion I is true B.    If only conclusion II is true
C.    If either conlcusion I or II is true D.    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
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9 .

Statements : D#F, F@S, S=M
Conclusions : I. D#M           II. F*M

A.    If only conclusion I is true B.    If only conclusion II is true
C.    If either conlcusion I or II is true D.    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
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10 .

Statements : P # T, M = K, T @ K
Conclusions : I. T # M                II. T@M

A.    If only conclusion I is true B.    If only conclusion II is true
C.    If either conlcusion I or II is true D.    If neither conclusion I nor II is true
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