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Bank PO :: Test No 91
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1 .

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following elements (letter-digit-symbol sequences) to answer the questions given below:

Series I. B * 1 (21) F * 5 • 6 7 C L M 8 O 9 E * (13) (14) D * * (17) © (18) A

Series II. QJP * 2 3 4 I (11) (10) H (12) * (15) % (16) G N O (19) (21) K (20)

Note: Consider the numbers shown in brackets as a single element.

If each symbol of sequence I is replaced with a letter and each digit/number is replaced with a new symbol, then how many letters will be there in the sequence ?

 27 16 19 8
2 .

How many symbols are there in both the series each of which is immediately preceded as well as followed by letters ?

 None One Two Three
3 .

If every third element of series II is omitted, starting from P (omit P first), and the order of the remaining elements is left unaltered, then which of the following elements will be exactly midway between the third element from left and the ninth element from right in the new series obtained after the above changing ?

 (11) 4 Diamond I
4 .

In the series I if the first element from left interchanges place with the fifteenth element from left, second with sixteenth, third with seventeenth, and so on, then which of the following elements will be sixth to the left of the ninth element from the right end of series I ?

 A M 0 B
5 .

Which of the following is true ?

 In series I, total number of symbols preceded by a letter is equal to the total number of symbols followed by a number. In series II, total number of symbols preceded by a letter is equal to the total number of symbols followed by a number. In series I, total number of letters immediately following a number is equal to total number of symbols preceded by a number. In series II, total number of letters immediately following a number is equal to total number of symbols preceded by a number.
6 .

Direction (Q. 6-10): In a certain code, the symbol for 0 is • and for 1 is ∆. There are no other symbols for all other numbers greater than one. The numbers greater than 1 are to be written only by using the two symbols given above. The value of the symbol for 1 double itself every time it shifts one place to the left, study the following examples :

0 is written as •
1 is written as ∆
2 is written as ∆•
3 is written as ∆∆
4 is written as ∆ •• and so on.

Which of the following will represent 111 ?

 ∆∆•∆∆∆∆∆ ∆∆∆∆•∆∆ ∆∆•∆∆∆∆ ∆∆∆•∆∆∆∆
7 .

Which of the following will represent 81 ?

 ∆••∆•••∆ ∆•∆•••∆ ∆•••∆•∆ ∆••∆••∆
8 .

Which of the following will be represented by ∆••∆••∆•• ?

 292 324 264 296