
question_answer1) In the following questions which one of the four interchanges in signs and numbers would make the given equation correct? \[\div \]
A) \[+\]and\[\div \], 2 and 3 done
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B) \[\times \]and\[\div \], 2 and 4 done
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C) \[\]and\[\div \], 3 and 4 done
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D) No interchanges, 3 and 4 done
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question_answer2) If A stands for +, B stands for\[\], C stands for x, then what is the value of \[\times 8+4\div 6+23=?\]\[\ne \]B6?
A) 60 done
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B) 56 done
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C) 50 done
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D) 20 done
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question_answer3) DIRECTION: In each of the following questions, three statements of number following same rules are given. Find the rule and accordingly find the volume of the number? If \[>\]\[\Rightarrow \]\[>\]then \[\times 8+4\div 6+23=?\]
A) 45 done
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B) 59 done
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C) 56 done
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D) 65 done
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question_answer4) DIRECTION: In each of the following questions, three statements of number following same rules are given. Find the rule and accordingly find the volume of the number? If \[\div \]\[+\]\[4\times 6=102\,,\] then \[2\times 5=?\]
A) 73 done
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B) 77 done
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C) 37 done
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D) 97 done
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question_answer5) If P denotes \[+\], Q denotes \[\div \], R denotes \[\] and S denotes \[~155\div 5\times 20+10=6\], then the value of when simplified gives
A) 36 done
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B) 53 done
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C) 59 done
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D) 65 done
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question_answer6) If \[8\div 103+5\times 6=8\] means \[6\times 2+3\div 123==15\] , \[3\div 75\times 10+3=10\]means \[=15\times 5+520+10\], \[=15\times 5+52=75+52=78\]means \[=8+10\times 3\div 56\] and \[=8+10\times 3\times \frac{1}{5}6=8+66=8\] means \[(3\div 4)+2=2\], then 36 \[+\]
A) 2 done
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B) 18 done
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C) 43 done
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D) \[+\] done
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question_answer7) It being given that\[+\] denotes \[(10C4)+\], \[(4C4)\]denotes \[84\oplus 72=45;\], \[63\oplus 41=33,\] denotes \[25\oplus 52=33,\], \[94\oplus 82=?\] denotes \[5\times 9=144;\], \[7\times 8=151:\] denotes 'less than' and x denotes 'greater than', find which of the following is a correct statement:
A) \[\div \] done
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B) \[\times \] done
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C) \[+\] done
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D) \[\] done
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question_answer8) If L denotes \[+\], M denotes\[\div \] ,P denotes \[\] and Q denotes \[\times \], than 8 P 3 6 M 6 Q 6 M 2 L 3 = ?
A) \[\div \] done
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B) \[+\] done
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C) \[\times \] done
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D) 5 done
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question_answer9) If \[\] stands for' addition', \[\times 8+4\div 6+23=?\] for 'subtraction', \[6\frac{1}{2}\] stands for 'division', \[\div \] for 'multiplication', \[\ne \], stands for 'equal to', \[\ne \] for 'greater than' and \[=14\times 10+42\div 28=14\times 10+218\] stands for 'less than', state which of the following is true?
A) \[=140+218=1618=153.\] done
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B) \[6\times 4+2=16\] done
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C) \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,2 and 4}\] done
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D) \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,2 and 6}\] done
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question_answer10) DIRECTIONS: In each of the following questions, different alphabets stand for various symbols as indicated below: Addition: O Subtraction: M Multiplication: A Division: Q Equal to: X Greater than: Y Less than: Z Out of the alternatives given in these question, only one is correct.
A) 1 O 1 Q 1 M 1 Y 3 Q 1 done
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B) 2 Q 1 O 20 A 1 Z 6 A 4 done
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C) 3 O 2 O 10 Q 2 X 10 A 2 done
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D) 5 Q 5 A 5 O 5 Y A 2 done
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question_answer11) DIRECTIONS: In each of the following questions, different alphabets stand for various symbols as indicated below: Addition: O Subtraction: M Multiplication: A Division: Q Equal to: X Greater than: Y Less than: Z Out of the alternatives given in these question, only one is correct.
A) 32 X 8 Q 2 A 3 Q 1 A 2 done
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B) 10 X 2 A 3 A 2 M 2 Q 1 done
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C) 2 Y 1 A 1 Q 1 O 1 A 1 done
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D) 16 Y 8 A 3 O 1 A 2 M 2 done
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question_answer12) Find the correct inference according to given premises and symbols: A: Not greater than B: Greater than C: Equal to E: Not less than F: Less than Premise: (pCm) and (pAm)
A) pAm done
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B) pDm done
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C) pEm done
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D) pFm done
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question_answer13) If \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\]and\[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\] it necessarily follows that
A) \[4+12=16\] done
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B) \[\text{a }\square \text{ c }\!\!\theta\!\!\text{ b}\] done
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C) \[b\times \text{a}\square c\] done
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D) \[b\times \text{a}\square c\] done
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question_answer14) If \[\text{a o}b\square c\] means \[\text{a }\square \text{ b }\!\!\Delta\!\!\text{ c}\] . \[a+\,\square \,\,b\,\Delta \,c\] means \[a\times bc\], \[a\,\Delta \,b\,\times c\] means \[a+b\times c\] and \[a\,\Delta \,b\,\Delta \,c\], means \[b+a\,\Delta \,c\], then which of the following gives the result of \[b\,\Delta \,a\,\theta \,c\]
A) 77 done
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B) 160 done
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C) 240 done
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D) 2370 done
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question_answer15) If 20 10 means 200, \[a\,\phi \,b\,\theta \,c\] means 12,\[c+b\times a\]means 4 then \[a\times b\,\theta \,c\]
A) 0 done
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B) 20 done
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C) 1000 done
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D) 1900 done
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question_answer16) Which of the following conclusions is correct according to the given expression and symbols? \[a\,\Delta \,b\,\phi \,c\] \[a+b\,\theta \,c\] \[a\,\phi \,b\,\theta \,c\] \[b\,\theta \,c\,\square \,a\] \[c+b\times a\] \[a\times b\,\theta \,c\] Expression (qEq) and (qEr)
A) pEr done
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B) pFr done
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C) rBp done
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D) rBq done
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question_answer17) If '\[c\,\Delta \,b\,\Delta \,a\]' means 'divided by', \[c\times b\times a\] means 'added to', 'x' means 'subtracted from' and \[b\,\theta \,c\,\Delta \,a\] means' multiplied by', then what is the value of \[{{L}_{1}},\]
A) \[{{L}_{2}},\] done
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B) \[{{V}_{1}}\] done
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C) \[{{V}_{2}}\] done
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D) \[({{L}_{1}}''{{L}_{2}})*({{V}_{1}}''{{V}_{2}})\] done
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question_answer18) If \[({{L}_{1}}''{{L}_{2}})({{V}_{1}}''{{V}_{2}})\] means \[[({{L}_{1}}''{{L}_{2}})({{V}_{1}}''{{V}_{2}})]*60\], \[({{L}_{1}}'{{L}_{2}})({{V}_{1}}'{{V}_{2}})\] means \[\bigcirc c\],\[\underset{\_\_}{\mathop{\bigcirc c}}\,\] means \[\underset{\_\_\_}{\mathop{*}}\,\] and \[\bigcirc c\] means \[\underset{\_\_}{\mathop{\bigcirc c}}\,\] then \[\underset{\_\_\_}{\mathop{*}}\,\]
A) \[\bigcirc c\] done
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B) 2 done
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C) 4 done
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D) 8 done
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question_answer19) If \[\underline{*}\] means \[\bigcirc c\], \[\bigcirc c\] means \[\underset{\_\_}{\mathop{\bigcirc c}}\,\], \[\underline{*}\] means \[\underline{*}\]and \[\underset{\_\_}{\mathop{\bigcirc c}}\,\] means \[\underset{\_\_}{\mathop{\bigcirc c}}\,\] then \[\bigcirc c\]
A) \[\bigcirc c\] done
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B) \[S\] done
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C) \[S\] done
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D) \[C\] done
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question_answer20) If P means ?division?, T means? additions?, M means? subtraction and D means multiplication?, then what will be the value of the expressions 12 M 12 D 28 P 7 T 15 ?
A) \[S\] done
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B) \[\Rightarrow \] done
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C) \[\Rightarrow \] done
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D) \[\ge \] done
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question_answer21) If A stands for\[\Rightarrow \], B stands for\[\Rightarrow \], C stands for\[\le \], then what is the value of (10 C 4) A (4 C 4) B 6?
A) \[\Rightarrow \] done
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B) \[\Rightarrow \] done
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C) \[\] done
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D) \[\div \] done
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question_answer22) If \[\frac{5}{9}\] stands for ?addition?; \[=15\div 3+2412\times 2\] stands for ?subtraction?; \[=5+2424=5\]stands for ?division?;\[\text{3 }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ 2 4 O 6 + 3 2}\] stands for ?multiplication?; \[\text{3 + 2 4 O 6 3 }\times \text{ 2}\] stands for equal to?, then which of the following alternatives is correct?
A) \[\text{3 2 4  6 }\times \text{ 3 }\times \text{ 2}\] done
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B) \[3\downarrow 6\uparrow 2\to 3\leftarrow 6\nearrow 5\] done
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C) \[5\to 7\leftarrow 3\uparrow 2\nearrow 5\] done
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D) \[2\downarrow 5\leftarrow 6\to 2\nearrow 6\] done
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question_answer23) Of ?x? Stands for ?addition ?z? for subtraction? \[3\times 24=6+3+2\]? for division? > for multiplication? \[''\] for ?greater than? and \['='\] for ?less than? state which of the following is true?
A) \[+\] done
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B) \[5\times 3<7\div 8+4\times 1\] done
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C) \[5>2+2=10<4\times 8\] done
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D) \[3\times 2<4\div 16>2+4\] done
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question_answer24) If the given interchanges namely: signs + and \[~155\div 5\times 20+10=6\] and numbers 2 and 4 are made in sign and numbers, which one of the following four equations would be correct?
A) \[8\div 103+5\times 6=8\] done
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B) \[6\times 2+3\div 123==15\] done
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C) \[3\div 75\times 10+3=10\] done
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D) \[=15\times 5+520+10\] done
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question_answer25) It being that x denotes? greater than?, \[=15\times 5+52=75+52=78\]denote? equal to?, < denotes? not less than?, \[=8+10\times 3\div 56\] denotes? not equal to, \[=8+10\times 3\times \frac{1}{5}6=8+66=8\]denotes ?less than? and + denotes? not greater than?, choose the correct statement from the following If a x b \[(3\div 4)+2=2\] c, it follows that
A) \[+\] done
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B) \[+\] done
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C) \[+\] done
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D) \[(10C4)+\] done
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question_answer26) If \[(4C4)\] and \[84\oplus 72=45;\] then which one of the following is definitely wrong>
A) \[63\oplus 41=33,\] done
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B) \[25\oplus 52=33,\] done
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C) \[94\oplus 82=?\] done
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D) \[5\times 9=144;\] done
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question_answer27) Find the correct inference according to given premises and symbols. Not greater than Greater than Not equal to Equal to Not less than Less than Premises: (1Cm) and (1Am)
A) 1Bm done
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B) 1Dm done
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C) 1Em done
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D) 1Fm done
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question_answer28) If \[7\times 8=151:\]\[\div \]\[\times \] then \[+\]
A) 56 done
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B) 48 done
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C) 49 done
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D) 196 done
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question_answer29) If \[\]\[+\] \[\div \] then \[\]
A) 5742 done
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B) 5274 done
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C) 7427 done
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D) 5724 done
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question_answer30) Which one of the four interchanges in signs and numbers would make the given equation correct? \[\times \]
A) + and \[\], 2 and 3 done
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B) + and \[\], 2 and 5 done
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C) + and \[\], 3 and 5 done
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D) None of these done
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question_answer31) If \[\div \] and \[+\] then
A) \[\times \] done
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B) \[\] done
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C) \[\times 8+4\div 6+23=?\] done
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D) \[6\frac{1}{2}\] done
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question_answer32) If \[\div \]\[\ne \] \[\ne \] then \[=14\times 10+42\div 28=14\times 10+218\]
A) 56 done
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B) 48 done
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C) 49 done
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D) 196 done
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question_answer33) DIRECTIONS: In each of the following questions, three statements of numbers following same rules are given. Find the rule and accordingly find the value of the number? If \[=140+218=1618=153.\]\[6\times 4+2=16\]\[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,2 and 4}\]then \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,2 and 6}\]
A) 94 done
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B) \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\] done
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C) \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\] done
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D) \[4+12=16\] done
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question_answer34) DIRECTIONS: In each of the following questions, three statements of numbers following same rules are given. Find the rule and accordingly find the value of the number? If \[16=16,\] \[4\times 62=14\]\[\times \text{to }\div ,2\text{and}4\] then \[\text{ to }\div ,2\text{and6}\]
A) 425 done
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B) 1625 done
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C) 4125 done
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D) 2541 done
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question_answer35) DIRECTIONS: In each of the following questions, three statements of numbers following same rules are given. Find the rule and accordingly find the value of the number? If \[\text{ to +},2\text{and6}\]\[\times \text{to +},4\text{and6}\]\[4\times 2+6=14\] then \[8+6=14\]
A) 84 done
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B) 83 done
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C) \[14=14\] done
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D) \[(6\div 2)\times 3=0\] done
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question_answer36) DIRECTIONS: In each of the following questions, three statements of numbers following same rules are given. Find the rule and accordingly find the value of the number? If \[\div and\times ,2and3\]\[\times to,2and6\]\[\div and\times ,2and6\] then \[\times to,2and3\]
A) 30 done
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B) 32 done
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C) 40 done
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D) 57 done
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E) 42 done
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question_answer37) If\[(6\div 3)2=0\]\[22=0\]\[0=0,\]then \[a\cancel{<}b\]
A) 62 done
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B) 56 done
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C) 38 done
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D) 50 done
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question_answer38) If\[a\ne b\]\[a\cancel{>}b\]\[a\ne b\]then\[a\cancel{>}b\]
A) 25 done
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B) 21 done
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C) \[a\cancel{<}b\] done
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D) \[\phi =\] done
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question_answer39) If \[\Delta =\]\[p\square qOr,\]\[p\phi q\square r\] then\[p\phi q\times r\]
A) 12 done
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B) 18 done
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C) 25 done
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D) 16 done
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question_answer40) If\[p+q\times r\]\[25+3=0\]\[\div \]then\[\]
A) 77 done
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B) 89 done
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C) 98 done
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D) 79 done
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question_answer41) If\[~155\div 5\times 20+10=6\]\[8\div 103+5\times 6=8\]\[6\times 2+3\div 123==15\]then\[3\div 75\times 10+3=10\]
A) 17 done
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B) 18 done
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C) 15 done
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D) 16 done
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question_answer42) DIRECTIONS: Below are given some symbols indicating some relations given against them. Read these symbols carefully and then answer the questions given below. There are four options to each question, of which only one is correct. Find the correct answer. \[=15\times 5+520+10\]= greater than; + = not greater than \[=15\times 5+52=75+52=78\] = equal to; \[=8+10\times 3\div 56\]= not equal to \[=8+10\times 3\times \frac{1}{5}6=8+66=8\] less than, \[(3\div 4)+2=2\] not less than \[+\] implies that
A) \[+\] done
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B) \[+\] done
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C) \[c\,\square \,b+a\] done
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D) \[a\,\phi \,b\,\square \,c\] done
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question_answer43) DIRECTIONS: Below are given some symbols indicating some relations given against them. Read these symbols carefully and then answer the questions given below. There are four options to each question, of which only one is correct. Find the correct answer. \[=15\times 5+520+10\]= greater than; + = not greater than \[=15\times 5+52=75+52=78\] = equal to; \[=8+10\times 3\div 56\]= not equal to \[=8+10\times 3\times \frac{1}{5}6=8+66=8\] less than, \[(3\div 4)+2=2\] not less than \[84\oplus 72=45;\] implies that
A) \[63\oplus 41=33,\] done
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B) \[25\oplus 52=33,\] done
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C) \[94\oplus 82=?\] done
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D) \[5\times 9=144;\] done
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question_answer44) DIRECTIONS: Below are given some symbols indicating some relations given against them. Read these symbols carefully and then answer the questions given below. There are four options to each question, of which only one is correct. Find the correct answer. \[=15\times 5+520+10\]= greater than; + = not greater than \[=15\times 5+52=75+52=78\] = equal to; \[=8+10\times 3\div 56\]= not equal to \[=8+10\times 3\times \frac{1}{5}6=8+66=8\] less than, \[(3\div 4)+2=2\] not less than \[7\times 8=151:\]does not imply
A) \[\div \] done
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B) \[\times \] done
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C) \[c+b\,\phi \,a\] done
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D) \[\] done
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question_answer45) DIRECTIONS: Below are given some symbols indicating some relations given against them. Read these symbols carefully and then answer the questions given below. There are four options to each question, of which only one is correct. Find the correct answer. \[=15\times 5+520+10\]= greater than; + = not greater than \[=15\times 5+52=75+52=78\] = equal to; \[=8+10\times 3\div 56\]= not equal to \[=8+10\times 3\times \frac{1}{5}6=8+66=8\] less than, \[(3\div 4)+2=2\] not less than \[+\] does not mean
A) \[\div \] done
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B) \[\] done
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C) \[\times \] done
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D) \[\div \] done
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question_answer46) DIRECTIONS: Below are given some symbols indicating some relations given against them. Read these symbols carefully and then answer the questions given below. There are four options to each question, of which only one is correct. Find the correct answer. \[=15\times 5+520+10\]= greater than; + = not greater than \[=15\times 5+52=75+52=78\] = equal to; \[=8+10\times 3\div 56\]= not equal to \[=8+10\times 3\times \frac{1}{5}6=8+66=8\] less than, \[(3\div 4)+2=2\] not less than \[+\] means
A) \[\times \] done
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B) \[\] done
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C) \[\times 8+4\div 6+23=?\] done
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D) \[6\frac{1}{2}\] done
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question_answer47) DIRECTIONS: In the question given below, use the following notations: A??B means ?add B to A?. A?B means ?subtract B from A?. A @ B means ?divide A by B?. A*B means ?multiply A by B?. Now, answer the following question. The time taken by two running trains in crossing each other is calculated by dividing the sum of the lengths of two trains by the total speed of the two trains. If the length of the first train is \[\div \]the length of the second train is \[\ne \] the speed of the first train is \[\ne \] and the speed of the second trains is \[=14\times 10+42\div 28=14\times 10+218\], which of the following expressions would represent the time taken?
A) \[=140+218=1618=153.\] done
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B) \[6\times 4+2=16\] done
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C) \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,2 and 4}\] done
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D) \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,2 and 6}\] done
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question_answer48) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, the symbols, \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], =, * and \[4+12=16\] are used with the following meanings ?A \[16=16,\] B? means ?A is greater than B?; ?A \[4\times 62=14\]B? means ?A greater than or equal to B?; ?A = B? means ?A is equal to B?; ?A * B? means ?A is smaller than B?; ?A \[\times \text{to }\div ,2\text{and}4\]B? means ?A is either smaller than or equal to B?; Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Statements: S \[\text{ to }\div ,2\text{and6}\]T, M \[\text{ to +},2\text{and6}\]K, T = K Conclusion: I. T \[\times \text{to +},4\text{and6}\]M II. T = M
A) if only if conclusion I is true done
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B) if only conclusion II is true done
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C) if either I or II is true done
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D) if neither I nor II is true done
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question_answer49) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, the symbols, \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], =, * and \[4+12=16\] are used with the following meanings ?A \[16=16,\] B? means ?A is greater than B?; ?A \[4\times 62=14\]B? means ?A greater than or equal to B?; ?A = B? means ?A is equal to B?; ?A * B? means ?A is smaller than B?; ?A \[\times \text{to }\div ,2\text{and}4\]B? means ?A is either smaller than or equal to B?; Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Statements: S * M, M \[4\times 2+6=14\]L, L \[8+6=14\]P Conclusion: I. S = P II. S \[14=14\] L
A) if only if conclusion I is true done
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B) if only conclusion II is true done
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C) if either I or II is true done
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D) if neither I nor II is true done
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question_answer50) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, the symbols, \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], =, * and \[4+12=16\] are used with the following meanings ?A \[16=16,\] B? means ?A is greater than B?; ?A \[4\times 62=14\]B? means ?A greater than or equal to B?; ?A = B? means ?A is equal to B?; ?A * B? means ?A is smaller than B?; ?A \[\times \text{to }\div ,2\text{and}4\]B? means ?A is either smaller than or equal to B?; Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Statements: U = V, V * N, R \[(6\div 2)\times 3=0\] U Conclusion: I. R * N II. U \[\div and\times ,2and3\]N
A) if only if conclusion I is true done
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B) if only conclusion II is true done
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C) if either I or II is true done
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D) if neither I nor II is true done
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question_answer51) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, the symbols, \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], \[\text{+ and }\!\!\times\!\!\text{ ,4 and 6}\], =, * and \[4+12=16\] are used with the following meanings ?A \[16=16,\] B? means ?A is greater than B?; ?A \[4\times 62=14\]B? means ?A greater than or equal to B?; ?A = B? means ?A is equal to B?; ?A * B? means ?A is smaller than B?; ?A \[\times \text{to }\div ,2\text{and}4\]B? means ?A is either smaller than or equal to B?; Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/are definitely true. Statement: E \[\times to,2and6\]U, C * E, C\[\div and\times ,2and6\]B Conclusion: I. U = C II. E \[\times to,2and3\] B
A) if only if conclusion I is true done
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B) if only conclusion II is true done
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C) if either I or II is true done
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D) if neither I nor II is true done
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question_answer52) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, the symbols @ C \[(6\div 3)2=0\]% and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below: ?A \[22=0\] B? means ?A is not smaller than B? ?A # B? means ?A is not smaller than B? ?A @ B? means ?A is neither smaller than nor equal to B? ?A \[0=0,\]B? means ?A is equal to B? ?A % B? means ?A is neither greater than nor equal to B? Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statement to be true, find which of the three conclusions. I, II, and III given below then is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly. Clearly, we have \[a\cancel{<}b\] \[a\ne b\] \[a\cancel{>}b\] \[a\ne b\] Statements: H % J, J \[a\cancel{>}b\]N, N @ R Conclusion: I. R% J II. H @ J III. N @ H
A) Only I is true done
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B) Only II is true done
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C) Only II and III are true done
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D) Only I and III are true done
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question_answer53) DIRECTIONS: In the following questions, the symbols @ C \[(6\div 3)2=0\]% and # are used with the following meanings as illustrated below: ?A \[22=0\] B? means ?A is not smaller than B? ?A # B? means ?A is not smaller than B? ?A @ B? means ?A is neither smaller than nor equal to B? ?A \[0=0,\]B? means ?A is equal to B? ?A % B? means ?A is neither greater than nor equal to B? Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statement to be true, find which of the three conclusions. I, II, and III given below then is/are definitely true and give your answer accordingly. Clearly, we have \[a\cancel{<}b\] \[a\ne b\] \[a\cancel{>}b\] \[a\ne b\] Statements: M @ J, J \[a\cancel{<}b\]T, T \[\phi =\]N Conclusion: I. N # J II. T % M III. M @ N
A) Only I and III are true done
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B) Only II is true done
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C) Only II and III are true done
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D) I, II and III all are true done
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question_answer54) If\[\Delta =\]and \[p\square qOr,\]then
A) \[p\phi q\square r\] done
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B) \[p\phi q\times r\] done
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C) \[p+q\times r\] done
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D) \[p\Delta q\phi r\] done
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question_answer55) If P denotes +, Q denotes , R denotes \[\Rightarrow \]and S denotes\[\Delta \], which of the following statements is correct?
A) 36 R 4 S 8 Q 7 P 4 = 10 done
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B) 16 R 12 P 49 S 7 Q 9 = 200 done
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C) 32 S 8 R 9 = 160 Q 12 R 12 done
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D) 8 R 8 P 8 S 8 Q 8 = 57 done
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question_answer56) The letters L, M, N, O, P, R, S and T in their order are substituted by nine integers 1 to 9 but not in that order. 4 is assigned to P. The difference between P and T is 5. The difference between N and T is 3. What is the integer assigned to N?
A) 4 done
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B) 5 done
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C) 6 done
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D) 7 done
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