If it is possible to make a meaningful English word with the first, second and fourth letters of ARDENT and consonants from the word LAB (each letter should be used only once), the third letter of that word is your answer. If two English words can be formed, M is your answer. If more than two words can be formed, your answer is N. If no such word can be formed, Z is your answer.
First interchange the first and second letters of the word. Now interchange fourth and fifth letters. BLEAR - LBERA. Now write each letter (except middle letter) one place forward. You get LBERA - MCESB. Now replace the middle letter with same positioned letter from the right end of English alphabet.
Direction (Q. 6 - 10) : Each of the following questions consists of unmarked figures followed by five figures marked 1,2,3,4 and 5. Select a figure from the marked figures which will continue the series established by the unmarked figures.
The half-shaded squate rotates by 90o CW in each step while 1,4,3,4,1......parts of the other square gets shaded in subsequent steps. The are rotates by 90o CW in each step. The whole figure rotates by 90o ACW.
In the first step elements at positions 4,8,9 and 5 move one step ACW in a cyclic order while the remaining three remain unchanged. In the second step elements at positions 4,2,3 and 5 move one step CW and the other three remain unchanged.
In the first step pairs of similarly elements change their sides and are placed in corners. The inner two elements interchange their positions. In the next step the two inner elements get doubled and replace the side elements while two new elements appear in the middle.
The circle moves half-a-side and two sides ACW in alternate steps. While the other elements get arranged in the same order but in alternate steps their consecutive distance changes from half-a-side to one.