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1 .

If 'P' denotes 'Q' de notes 'R' denotes 'x' and T denotes '+', then 24 T 16 Q 32 P 8R4 = ?

A.    4 B.    39
C.    0.25 D.    None of these
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2 .

Direction (Q. 2 - 4) : Study the following five numbers and answer the questions given below.
517, 639, 792, 841, 325

What will be the first digit of the second highest number after the positions of the second and third digits within each number are interchanged ?

A.    2 B.    8
C.    9 D.    7
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3 .

What will be the middle digit of the second lowest number after the positions of the first and second digits within each number are interchanged ? 

A.    7 B.    3
C.    2 D.    5
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4 .

What will be the last digit of the third number from top when they are arranged in descending order after reversing the position of the digits within each number ?

A.    2 B.    5
C.    7 D.    3
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5 .

'Steel' is related to'Alloy' in the same way as 'Zinc' is related to

A.    Metal B.    Halogen
C.    Non-metal D.    Alloy
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6 .

Direction (Q. 6 - 10) : In each question below are given three statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the three given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance with commonly known facts and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the three statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements: All packets are tents. All tents are houses.
                      Some boxes are houses.
Conclusions: I. Some houses are packets.
                       II. Some boxes are tents.

A.    if only conclusion I follows. B.    if only conclusion II follows.
C.    if either conclusion I or II follows. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
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7 .

Statements: All trees are ponds. Some ponds are fields.
                      All fields are benches.
Conclusions: I. Some benches are trees.
                       II. No bench is a tree.

A.    if only conclusion I follows. B.    if only conclusion II follows.
C.    if either conclusion I or II follows. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
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8 .

Statements: All bricks are walls. All stones are walls.
                    All candles are walls.
Conclusions: I. Some walls are bricks.
                     II. Some walls are candles.

A.    if only conclusion I follows. B.    if only conclusion II follows.
C.    if either conclusion I or II follows. D.    if both I and II follow.
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9 .

Satements: Some desks are mirrors. Some mirrors are chairs. All chairs are pens.
Conclusions: I. Some pens are mirrors.
                      II. Some pens are desks.

A.    if only conclusion I follows. B.    if only conclusion II follows.
C.    if either conclusion I or II follows. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
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10 .

Statements: All windows are doors. No door is a mountain.
                    Some mountains are roads.
Conclusions: I. Some roads are windows.
                     II. Some roads are doors.

A.    if only conclusion I follows. B.    if only conclusion II follows.
C.    if either conclusion I or II follows. D.    if neither conclusion I nor II follows.
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