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1 .

If EARTH is coded as #$95 and PALE is coded as @#$ how is PEARL coded in that code language ?

A.    @#9 B.    @$#
C.    $@5 D.    @5$#
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2 .

How many such pairs of letters are there in the world GLOBALISATION each of which has as many letters between them in the word as in English alphabetical series in both forwards and backward directions ?

A.    None B.    One
C.    Two D.    More than three
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3 .

In a certain code SHARE is written as UGCQG and PROFIT is written as RQQEKS. How is GLOBAL written in that code ?

A.    FNQACN B.    IMQDCK
C.    IKQACK D.    FKQACK
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4 .

Which of the following will come in place of question mark (?) in the following series based in English alphabetical series ?

EBC, JGH, OLM, ?

A.    TRS B.    NPR
C.    SRQ D.    TQR
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5 .

How many meaningful words can be formed with the fourth, sixth, seventh and eight letter of the word CONSTRUE ?

A.    None B.    One
C.    Two D.    More than three
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10) : In the following question, the symbols %, *, δ, © and @ are used with the following meaningful as illustrated below : 

A % B means A is not smaller than B.

A * B means A is neither greater nor equal to B.

A © B means A is neither smaller nor equal to B.

A δ B means A is not greater than B.

A @ B means A is neither greater nor smaller B.

Statements : R δ K,    K * M,    M @ J

Conclusions : I. J © K,    II. M © R    III. R * J

A.    Only I and II are true B.    Only II and III are true
C.    Only I and III are true D.    All I, II and III are true
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7 .

Statements : W © T,  T δ N,  N % D

Conclusions : I. D * T   II. W © N     II. D @ T

A.    None is true B.    Only I is true
C.    Only II is true D.    Only III is true
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8 .

Statements : Z @ M,   M © K,  K * F

Conclusions : I. F © Z     II. K * Z     III. F © M

A.    None is true B.    Only I is true
C.    Only III is true D.    Only II and III are true
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9 .

Statements : V % H,   H @ F,   F δ E

Conclusions : I. F @ V,   II. F * V,    III. E % H

A.    Only III is true B.    Only either I or II is true
C.    Only either I or II and III are true D.    Only I and II are true
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10 .

Statements : B * J,   J % W   W © M

Conclusions : I. M * J,    II. W * B    III. B © M

A.    None is true B.    Only I is true
C.    Only II is true D.    Only III is true
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