AVERAGE PRACTISE SET PROBLEMS 2

AVERAGE PRACTISE SET PROBLEMS 2

LEVEL 3:

  1. A man walks ⅝ part of his journey at a speed of 5 kmph and remaining at a speed of 3 kmph. What is the average speed during his whole journey ? 
    1. 3.5                      2. 4.2                      3. 4.5                          4. 4

2. What fraction should be added to these three fractions 1/7, 4/15 and ⅖ such that the average of four fractions is ¼ ?

  1. 2/21                   2. 15                  3. 4/21                       4. 25

3. The average of 40 numbers is 12. If the average of first 13 number is 9, average of second 13 numbers is 13 and average of third 13 numbers is 12. What is the 40th number ?

  1. 25                      2. 13                       3. 38                        4. 24

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4. A man travels from point A to B in such a way that, he travels half distance at a speed of 80 kmph and half distance at a speed of 20 kmph. And then returns from B to A in the same manner i.e. half at a speed of 60 kmph and half at a speed of 40 kmph. Find his average speed during the whole journey.

  1. 37.5                    2. 36.4                         3. 38.4                           4. 39.4

5. The average age of a family of 7 members is 25. The age of  two youngest members, namely rahul and tarun are 4 and 7 respectively. Find the average age of family at the birth of tarun .

  1. 20                 2. 20.5                      3. 21                      4. 21.5

6. A man travels one-fourth part of a journey at a speed of 8 kmph, next three – fifth part at a speed of 6km h and remaining part at a  speed of 10 kmph. What  is the average speed of a man during his whole journey ?  

  1. 7.8                               2. 6.23                   3. 6.83                           4. 7.2

7. In a 50 over match, the required run rate to win is 6.6. If the run rate is 6.5 at the  End of 46th over, the required run rate to win the match is

  1. 6.75                      2. 6.55                       3. 7.75                         4. 7.25

8. There are in all 15 pen, some of them are red and the others are green. The  average cost of all pens is 23. If the average cost of red pen is Rs. 27 and that of green pen is Rs. 21, the number of green pen is

  1. 10                  2. 12                       3. 15                          4. 13

9. There are 24 balls, some are red and and the others are white. The average cost of all the balls is 40. If the average cost of red balls 35 and average cost of white balls is 43. Find the number of red balls

  1. 9               2. 15                       3. 12                      4. 10

10. The average age of a family of 9 members is 20 years. The age of three youngest members tushar, prateek and sachin are 1,4 and 5 years respectively. Find the average age of family at the birth of sachin

  1. 17                     2. 20                        3. 23                         4. 26

11. In a class there are 40 boys and their average age is 16 years. One boy aged 17 years leaves the school and another joins, and their average age becomes 15.95 years. What is the age of the new boy ?

  1. 14                  2. 15                          3. 16                 4. 17

12. one student read 200 pages at the rate of 80 pages per hour. Another student read 150 pages at the rate of 60 pages per hour. What is the average rate of reading of both students together ?

  1. 96                         2. 75                         3. 70                         4. 85

13. The average expenditure of a man for the first 8 months of a year is Rs. 6000 and for the next 4 months it is Rs. 5000. He saves Rs. 7300 during the year. Find his average monthly income

  1. 6000                        2. 6275                    3. 6500                         4. 6775

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LAST YEAR QUESTIONS

 1. There are 36 boys and 44 girls in a class. The average score of boys is 40 points and girls is 35 points. Then what will be the average score of the class?                                                                                                    (Ssc cgl 2013)

  1. 37.25 points                 2. 28.95 points           3.  35.5 points            4. 40.04 points

2. The average weight of kids in a home is 16 kg and adults is 35 kg. Find the average weight of all the person in home.                                                                                                                                             (ssc chsl 2014)

  1. 25.5 kg                    2. 25 kg                     3. none of these                          4. cannot be determined

3. The average weight of 15 girls in a group is 24 kg when a new girl included the average weight increases by 2.What is the weight of the new girl ?                                                                                                (ssc cgl 2011)

  1. 56 kg                    2. 28 kg                   3. 34 kg                     4. none of these

4. The average marks obtained by 120 candidates in a certain examination is 35.if  the average marks of passed candidate is 39 and that of the failed candidates is 15,what is the number of candidates who passed the examination.                                                                                                                                  (sbi po 2012)

  1. 110                     2. 115                    3. 120                      4. 100                      5. none of these

5.The average age of 8 persons in a committee is increased by 2 years when two men aged 35 years and 45 years are substituted by two women.Find the average age of these two women.                                ( Sbi po 2016)

  1. 48                    2. 36                     3. 42                4. 29                        5. none of these

6. In a class, there are 20 boys whose average age is decreased by 2 months, when one boy aged 18 years is replaced by a new boy.Find the age of new boy.                                                                                               (sbi po 2014)

  1. 19 years                   2. 14 years 6 month              3. 15 years                  4. 14 years 8 month               5. 12 years

7. One -third of certain journey is covered at the rate of 25 kmph,one-fourth at the rate of 30 kmph and the rest at 50 kmph.Find the average speed for the whole journey.                                                            (ibps po 2015)

  1. 33.33 kmph                       2. 36                      3. 42                 4. 27                  5. none of these

8. The average salary of the entire staff in a office is Rs 120 per month.The average salary of officers is Rs 460 and of non officers is Rs 110. If the number of officers is 15,then find the No of non-officers in the office.                                                                                                                                                                                                  (ibps po 2016)

  1. 480                 2. 500                   3. 600                     4. 430                   5. 510

9. There were 35 students in a hostel.If the number of students increased by 7, the expenses of the mess increases by Rs. 42 per day,while the average expenditure per head diminishes by Rs.1.Find the original expenditure of the mess.                                                                                                                                      (lic aao 2015)

  1. 420                     2. 400                    3. 480                   4. 460                     5. none of these

10. The average weight of A,B,and C is 84 kg. If D joins the group, the average weight of the group becomes 80 kg.If another man E who weights is 3 kg more than D Replaces A, Then the average of B,C,D and E becomes 79 kg. What is the weight of A?                                                                                                          (ibps po 2013)

  1. 64                        2. 72                           3. 75                       4. 100                  5. 80

11. In an exam, the average was found to be 50 marks. After deducting computational errors the marks of the 100 candidates had to be changed from 90 to 60 each and average came down  to 45 marks. Total No of candidates who took the exam were.                                                                                                             (ibps po 2015)

  1. 300                              2. 600                      3. 200                   4. 150                   5. none of these

12. Find the average of all even No’s up to 100 or average of first 50 even No’s                            (Ibps clk 2016.)

  1. 50                     2. 50.5                    3. 51                        4. 49                   5. none of these

13. The average of 8 No’s is 20. The average of first two No’s is 15.5 and that of next three No’s is 64/3.if the 6th No be less than the seventh and eighth No. by 4 and 7 respectively, then find eight No.             (sbi po 2016)

  1. 26                              2. 25.5                       3. 27                          4. 25                  5. none of these

 

LEVEL 3 :

  1. d
2. c 3. c 4. c 5. d 6. c 7. c
8. a 9. a 10. b 11. b 12. c 13. b

 

LAST YEAR QUESTIONS:

1. a 2. d 3. a 4. d 5. a 6. d 7. a
8. e 9. a 10. a 11. b 12. c 13. d

AVERAGE PRACTISE SET PROBLEMS

          PRACTISE SET PROBLEMS

LEVEL 1:

1. Find the average of 100,121,144,169,196,……………………………….,400.

1. 225                2. 235                      3.  230                           4. 240

2. What is the average of first 16 multiples of 14 ?

1. 115                   2. 120                       3. 116                            4. 119

3. Find the average of all the numbers between 23 and 177 which are divisible by 5.

1. 90                     2. 100                       3. 95                              4. 105

4. what is the average of 13,23,33,……………………………………….,403 ?

1. 16000                   2. 15810                            3. 16781                  4. 16810

5. The average of 13 consecutive odd numbers is 25. What is the smallest odd number?

1. 10                           2. 12                    3. 13                        4. 11

6. What is the average of all even numbers between 100 and 1000 ?

1. 500                         2. 550                       3. 600                 4. 650

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7. The average of 31 numbers is 27. If three numbers 31,25 and 46 are discarded, the average of the remaining numbers is

1. 25.5                     2. 24.5                        3. 26.25                      4. 26

8. The average of the 30 numbers is 22. The average of the first 14 number is 30. The average of the rest is

1. 12                        2. 15                           3. 11                          4. 13

9. The average of the first 102 multiples of 2 is

1. 100                         2. 101                      3. 102                       4. 103

10. The average of 12 numbers is 17. But a number 18 is misread as 12. Find the correct average

1. 16.5                         2. 17                       3. 17.5                       4. 16

11. The average of 13 numbers is 23. If two numbers are excluded, the average becomes 22. The average of the excluded numbers is

1. 28                            2. 28.5                      3. 29                         4. 30

12. The average of the numbers 4,42,43and 44 is

1. 43                         2. 85                      3. 51                  4. 26

13. The average of 37 numbers is 56. The average of first 18 numbers is 53 and the average of last 18 numbers is 58. Find the 19th number

1. 44                                  2. 54                            3. 64                                   4. 74

14. Find the average of the numbers 11,22,33,44,……………..1111

1. 500                                  2. 561                           3. 582                       4 .523

15. The average of 11 numbers is 11. The average of first six numbers is 10 and the average of last 6 numbers is Find the 6th number

1. 23                                2. 20                                    3. 25                                4. 26

16. The average age of four boys is 12. If their ages are in the ratio 2:3:4:7. What is the age of the youngest boy?

1. 5                             2. 8                      3. 6                       4. 4

17. Find the average of first 50 multiples of 32

1. 820                         2. 56                    3. 326                    4. 816

18. The average of 13 numbers is 15. If every number is multiplied by 9, then the average of new numbers

1. 15                           2. 24                      3. 135                   4. 120

19. Find the average of all the numbers between 65 and 359, which are divisible by 33 ?

1. 198                      2. 165.5                     3. 129                               4. 181.5

20. The average of the numbers 18,20,22,24,……………………………256

1. 156                   2. 137                      3. 154                         4. 126

21. Find the average of odd numbers upto 999

1. 400                  2. 600                        3. 500                    4. 700

22. The average of the following numbers 2,2,2,2,2,2,2,6,6,6,6,6,6,6,10,10,10,10,10,10,10,14,14,14,14,14,14,14,18,18,18,18,18,18,18,22,22,22,22,22,22,22,26,26,26,26,26,26,26,30,30,30,30,30,30,30

1. 14                  2. 12                     3. 16                    4. 18

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LEVEL 2

1. The average of 11 numbers is 36, and average of first 9 numbers is 34. If last  two numbers are in the ratio   2 : 3 then find the smallest number in the last two. 

1. 18                        2. 36                         3. 54                            4. 60

2. The average age of A,B and C is 23. Four years after the average age of A and B will be 29. What was  the age of C, 3 years before the present age ?

1. 16                        2. 17                       3. 18                          4. 19

3. The average marks of 120 students is 50. If the average marks of passing students is 70 and the average marks of failure students is 22. What is the number of failure students ?

1. 50                        2. 45                     3. 60                       4. 55

4. The average age of 18 men decreases by 1 when two men of age 38 and 44 are replaced by two women. Find the average age of two women.

1. 32                  2. 34                      3. 35                    4. 30

5. The average age of a school of 35 teachers is 32. If the age of the principal be included then the average increases by 4 months. Find the age of principal.

1. 44                      2. 47                   3. 45                 4. 42

6. The total age of A,B and C is 70 more than the age of C. what is the average age of A and B ?

1. 30                 2. 33                3. 36                   4. 35

7. If the average of A,B and C is 50, average of B and C is 70, average of  A and C is 65.What is the average of A and B ?

1. 10                  2. 60                      3. 55                 4. 15

8. The average score of a school in an examination is 75. If the average score of boys is 69, and the ratio of the numbers of boys to the girls is 5 : 3 . what is the average score of girls ?

1. 85                 2. 80                 3. 81                  4. 78

9.The average age of some students in a class is 8. If their class teacher is included whose age is 40, the average age of whole class increases by 2. What are the number of students in a class ?

1. 20                2. 10                       3. 12                   4. 15

10. The average marks obtained by a student in 7 papers is 35 and in the 8th paper he obtains  75 marks. Find his new average.

1. 37                   2. 40                 3. 39                 4. 42

11. The average marks of 150 students in a school is 43. The average marks of boys and girls are 41 and 46 respectively. The number of boys in a  school is

1. 90                      2. 60                        3. 30                         4. 120

12. In a class the average score of all students is 32. If the average score of boys and girls are 31 and 35. Find the percentage of girls

1. 25%                              2. 20%                      3. 30%                   4. 33.33%

13. The average age of 10 players of a team is 24. If the captain’s age is included, the average age increases by 1. The age of the captain is

1. 30                      2. 32                    3. 35                    4. 36

14. The average weight of a class of 14 students is 33kg . If their class teacher be included whose weight is 78 kg ,then find the new average weight of class

1. 34                       2. 35                       3. 32                     4. 36

15. he average of A and B is 36,average of  B and C is 24 and average of C and A is. Find the average of A,B and C

1. 30                  2. 35                    3. 36                         4. 38

 

                                AVERAGE PRACTISE SET PROBLEMS ANSWER KEYS

LEVEL 1 :

1. b 2. d 3. b 4. d 5. c 6. b 7. c
8. b 9. d 10. c 11. b 12. b 13. d 14. b
15. a 16. c 17. d 18. c 19. a 20. b 21. c
22. c

 

LEVEL 2 :

1.b 2. a 3. a 4. a 5. a 6. d 7. d
8. a 9. d 10. b 11. a 12. a 13. c 14. d
15. d

AVERAGE PRACTISE SET PROBLEMS LEVEL 3

 

 

AVERAGE Questions with solution

AVERAGE Questions with solution

AVERAGE : average of some numbers or some quantities is the sum of quantities divided by the number of quantity.

The formula for the average of n numbers x1,x2,x3,……..,xn is
                               (x1+x2+x3+…….Xn)/n

Sum of total quantities = average * number of quantities

Example : Find the average of five numbers 10,12,14,16,18 .
                         
                           Average =10+12+14+16+18/5
                                         =70/5

                                         =14


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WEIGHTED AVERAGE : suppose you have two or more groups whose individual averages are known. Then to find the combined average of all the elements of all the groups ,we use weighted average.

Thus if we have m groups with averages A1,A2,…..,Am and having n1,n2,…..,nm elements respectively, then the average of all the elements of all the groups is given by weighted average i.e.

 

               Weighted average = (n1A1+n2A2+……………+nmAm)/(n1+n2+……………+nm)

Example : The average price of 15 books from one shop is 10 and average price of 10 books from another shop is 30. Find the average price of all the books.

                           Average = 15*10 + 10*30/15+20

                                          =150+300/25

                                          =450/25

                                           =18

 

PROPERTIES

  • If the average age of a group of persons is x years today then after n years their average age will be x+n and also n years ago their average would have been x-n.

 

Example : The average age of a family of 6 members is 21 . find the average age of this family after 7 years if no member is exclude or include

                        Average = 21+7 =28

  • Average speed = total distance/total time
  • If a man travels at x kmph. From point A to B and returns at y kmph then average speed for the whole journey will be

                                        2x*y/x+y

 

Example : a man travels at 60 kmph on the journey from A to B and returns at 100 kmph. Find his average speed for the journey.

                            Average  =  (2*60*100)/(60+100)

                                            = 12000/160

                                            = 75

 

SOME IMPORTANT FORMULAE RELATED TO AVERAGE

  • Average of first n natural numbers = (n+1)/2
  • Average of squares of first n natural numbers = (n+1)(2n+1)/6
  • Average of cubes of first n natural numbers = n(n+1)2/4
  • Average of even natural numbers upto n = (n/2)+1
  • Average of first n even natural numbers = n+1
  • Average of odd numbers upto n = (n+1)/2
  • Average of first n natural odd numbers = n
  • Average of  any a,b,c,…..,n consecutive numbers = (a+n)/2
  • Average of an arithmetic sequence with first number (a)  and last number (l) = (a+l)/2

 

WORKED -OUT PROBLEMS

  1.  The average of  6 numbers is 15. The average of the first two numbers is 16 and the average of the last three numbers is 13. What is the third number.

Solution  sum of 6 numbers = 15*6=90

sum of first two numbers = 16*2=32

sum of last three numbers = 13*3=39

third number = 90-32-39

                      = 90-71

                       = 19

  1. The average age of  the family of five members is 24. If the present age of youngest members is 8 years, then what was the average age of the family at the birth of the youngest member?

Solution  sum of the age of five members = 24*5=120

 At the birth of youngest member the age of each member was 8 less than present age.

Sum of age of five members at the birth of youngest member = 120-8*5

                                                                                                  = 120-40

                                                                                                  = 80

Average age at the birth of youngest member = 80/5

                                                                 = 16

Alternatively                  

Average age of the family at the birth of youngest member means the average age of the family before 8 years

Average age of family is 24 years today, so 8 years ago average age of family would have been 24-8=16.

  1. The average of two numbers A and B is 20, B and C is 35 and C and A is 30. What is the value of A.

Solution A+B =40

B+C =70                                                                     (1)

C+A =60

2(A+B+C) = 170

A+B+C = 85                                                               (2)

Subtract equation (1)  from (2),we get

A= 85-70=15

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  1. The average score of boys in an examination in a school is 71 and that of girls is 73. The average score of the school is 71.8 . find  the ratio of the number of boys to that of the girls that appeared in the examination .

Solution let the number of boys be x

And the number of girls be y

Sum of marks of all boys = 71x

Sum of marks of all girls = 73y

Sum of marks of all students in an examination = 71.8(x+y)

71.8(x+y)=71x+73y

71.8x+71.8y = 71x+71y

.8x = 1.2y

x/y =1.2/.8

     =12:8

     =3:2

  1. The average weight of  40 students in a class is 30 kg. If, however the weight of teacher be included, the average increases by 1 kg. What is the weight of teacher?

Solution let the weight of teacher be x.

Sum of weight of 40 students = 40*30 = 1200

After included the weight of teacher, the weight of whole class = 1200+x

41*31 = 200+x

1271 = 1200+x

X = 71

Alternatively

Since initially the average weight is 30 kg, but after including teacher the average weight increases by 1 kg meaning 41  kg weight is increasing of the whole class.

So the weight of teacher is 41+30 = 71

  1. 35 oranges and 75 apples were purchased for Rs 480. If the price per orange was Rs 3, then the average price of apples were

 

Solution total price of oranges = 35*3 = 105

Total price of apples =480-105 = 375

Average price of apples = 375/75

                                      =5

  1. The average of 7 numbers is 26. If the average of first four numbers is 27 and the average of last four numbers is 25. What is the fourth number?

Solution suppose the seven numbers are x1,x2,x3,x4,x5,x6,x7

sum of seven numbers = 26*7 = 182  

Sum of first 4 numbers i.e. x1+x2+x3+x4 = 27*4 = 108

Sum of last 4 numbers i.e. x4+x5+x6+x7 = 25*4 = 100

X1+x2+x3+x4+x4+x5+x6+x7 =108+100 = 208

Fourth number i.e. x4 = 208-182 =2

  1. Five years ago, the average age of A and B is 13. Now the average age of  A,B and C is 17. Find the age of C after 10 years from now.

Solution five years ago, sum of the age of A and B is 13*2 = 26

Now, sum of the age of  A and B is 26+10 = 36

Now, sum of the age of  A,B and C is 17*3 = 51

Now, the age of C is 51-36 = 15

After 10 years, the age of C will be 15+10 = 25

  1. The average age of some students of a school is 11, and average age of 20 teachers is 33. If average age of both the groups of students and teacher is 13. Find the number of students.

Solution Let the number of boys be x

Average age of teachers is 20 more than the average of whole groups .it means that the age of whole group increases by  20*20 = 400

Average age of students is 2 less than that of whole group . it means that the age of whole group decrease 20*x = 20x

so,400= 2x

X = 400/2

   = 200

  1. Find the average of 5,12,19,26,………………..,,705.

Solution : this is an arithmetic sequence with first term 5 and last term 705.

            Average = (5+705)/2

                          = 710/2

                          = 355

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Blood Relations Notes for SSC with Practice Question

Blood Relations Notes for SSC with Practice Question

Blood Relations Notes for SSC with Practice Question

In these type of questions, The information  is given about the  different relationships  among Different people.  The relationship can be direct or indirect . After examining the question carefully we have to identify the relationship between people and answer the given questions Accordingly.

+ Male

female

I generation gap

—    zero level because of same generation brother and Sister, sister and brother, sister and sister, brother and brother

= Husband and Wife

Parents = Mother and father.

Children = Son or Daughter

Siblings = Brother, Sister, Cousins.

Spouse = Husband and wife.

Relationships :

Aunt : In English Aunt mean father’s sister, mother’s sister, father’s brother’s wife or mother’s brother’s wife.

Uncle : In english Uncle mean father’s brother, Mother’s brother,  Father’s sister’s husband’s, Mother’s sister’s husband.

Niece : brother’s and sister’s daughter.

Nephew : Brother’s and Sister’s son.

Cousins :  Children of aunt and uncle .

Father in-law : Father of spouse

Mother in-law : Mother of Spouse.

Sister in-law could be sister of spouse, wife of brother,  wife of spouse brother.

Brother in-law could be brother of spouse, husband of sister, husband of spouse sister.

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A relation on the mother’s side is called “ maternal” while that on the father’s side is called “ paternal”. Thus mother’s brother is “ maternal uncle” while father’s brother is ‘“paternal uncle

We have generations like below:-              

(G=Grand)                  (Gr=Great)

Gr.G Father                 Gr.G Mother

G Father                      G Mother

Father                         Mother

             I/We

Son                             Daughter

Grand son                  Granddaughter

Gr.G Son                    Gr.G Daughter

 

Relationship Chart

Type Relation
Mother’s Or father’s son brother
mother’s or father’s daughter sister
mother’s or father’s brother uncle
mother’s or father’s sister aunt
Mother’s or father’s father grandfather
mother’s or father’s mother grandmother
son’s wife daughter in law
daughter’s husband son-in-law
husband’s or wife’s sister sister in law
husband’s or wife’s brother brother in law
brother’s/sister’s son nephew
brother’s/sister’s/ daughter niece
uncle or aunt’s son or daughter cousin
sister’s husband brother in law
Brother’s wife sister in law
grandson or granddaughter of daughter great granddaughter
Grandfather’s grandson Brother
Grandfather’s granddaughter Sister

 

Relations :

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Practice Questions For SSC  :

Q1. Introducing a man, a Woman said” his mother is the only daughter of my father”. how is the man related to the woman?

  1. brother
  2. son
  3. father
  4. Uncle
  5. None of These

Q2.Pointing to a  girl in the photograph, Amar said ,” her mother’s brother is the only son of my mother’s father.” how is the girl’s mother related to Amar?

  1. Mother
  2. sister
  3. aunt
  4. grandmother
  5. none of these

Q3. L is the Father of P, who is the father of S.M is the grandmother of R, who is the son of O.N is paternal uncle of R, who is brother of S. What is the relationship between O and R?

  1. Mother and son
  2. uncle and nephew
  3. Father and son
  4. No relation
  5. Cannot be determined

Q4  A,B,C,D,E and F are 6 member of a family.A is the son of C. and E is the daughter of A.D is the daughter of F  who is the mother of E.B   is the spouse of C. Find number of male and Female .Also find the relationship between B and D?

  1. 2,4,no relation
  2. 2,4,cannot determined
  3. 4,2,grandfather-granddaughter
  4. 4,2,grandmother-granddaughter
  5. cannot be determined

 

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

P @ Q means ‘P is the sister of Q’

P + Q means ‘P is the brother of Q’

P $ Q means ‘P is the husband of Q’

P % Q means ’P is the mother of Q’

P & Q  means ’P is the father of Q’

Q5. Which of the following indicates that ‘D is niece of A’?

  1. A+M%R$D@V
  2. B&D$H+A%T
  3. A$F%W@D%M
  4. A+k&D@L$Q
  5. none of these

Q6. What will come in the place of question mark (?) in the expression ‘A+B@C&D?E’ if it indicates that C is father in law of E?

  1. &
  2. %
  3. $
  4. +
  5. @

Q7. Which of the following can be the correct conclusion drawn from the expression

         ‘A%B@C+D$E%F’?

  1. D is daughter of
  2. C is paternal uncle of F
  3. A is the father of C and E
  4. A has two daughters and only one son.
  5. None of these

Q8. Which of the following can be the correct conclusion drawn from the expression?

          ‘B%C@D+E&F’?

  1. E is the sister of C and D
  2. C is aunt of E
  3. D is daughter of B
  4. B has two daughters
  5. B is grandmother of F

 

Q (9-10)In a family there are two fathers, two mothers, one sister, one brother, two daughter, one mother-in-law, one daughter-in-law, two sister-in-law, one son, one grandfather, one grand mother and one granddaughter.

Q 9.How many married couples are there in the family ?

  1. a) three                b) one                c) two                d) four

Q 10. How many female members are their in family?

  1. Three                  b) two                 c) four                 d) one

 

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  1. B             2. A               3. C               4. B                5. D                  6. C             7. B             8. E            9. C           10 .D

 

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Question on Number Series for Reasoning

Question on Number Series for Reasoning

Question on Number Series for Reasoning

Q1. How many 6s are there in the following number series, each of which is immediately preceded by 1 or 5 and immediately followed by 3 or 9.                                                                                 (Bank PO 2005)

2  6  3  7  5  6  4  2  9  6  1  3  4  1  6  3  9  1  5  6  9  2  3 1  6  5  4  3  2  1  9  6  7  1  6  3

a)None                 b) One                  c) Two                  d) Three                e) None of these

Q2. In the series given below,count the number of 9s,each of which is not immediately preceded by 5 but is immediately followed by either 2 or 3.How many such 9s are there?                         (SSC 2002)

1   9   2   6   5   9   3   8   3   9   3   2   5   9   2   9   3   4   8   2   6   9   8

a)One                     b)Three              c)Five                     d)Six                        e)none

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Q3. If the following series is written in the reverse order,which number will be fourth to the right of the seventh number from the left?                                                                                                                 (RRB 2005)

7   3   9   7   0   3   8   4   6   2   1   0   5   11   13

a)0                         b)5                       c) 9                           d)11                             e)None of these

Q4. The position of the first and fifth digits in the number 83256479 are interchanged similarly the positions of the second & sixth digits are interchanged & so on.Which of the following will be the third to the right of the seventh digit from the right end after rearrangement?  (Bank PO 2004)

a)3                         b)5                      c)7                             d)9                                 e)None of these

Q5. The position of how many digits in the number 321465987 will remain same when the digits are arranged in ascending order? (Bank Clerk 2005)

a)None                b)One              c)Two                        d)Three                          e)Four

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Q6. How many combinations of two digit number having 8 can be made from the following number?                                                                                                                                                                       (SSC 2001)

8 , 5 , 2 , 1 , 7 , 6

a)11                      b)10                 c)5                                  d)9                                  e)none of these

Q7. In the number from 100 to 1000,How many times digits 1 comes at ten’s place?             (SSC SGL)

a)100                 b)90                c)80                             d)none                             e)99

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For below series,answers the following questions?

517 325 639 841 792                                                                                                                                            (Bank PO)

Q8. What will be the first digit of the second highest number after the positions of only the second and the third digits within each number are interchanged?

a)2                   b)9                         c)7                                 d)3                                   e)none of these

Q9. What will be the difference between the first digit of the highest number as well as of the lowest number after the position of the first two digits in each number are reversed.

a)6                    b)8                         c)9                               d)7                                    e)none

Q10. 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)5                   b)2                        c)3                               d)7                                        e)none

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Scheduled Day Date Time Question and Answer

Scheduled Day Date Time  Question and Answer

Scheduled Day/Date/Time

In this type of questions, questions related to day, date, time and year are asked. some questions contains problem related to particular day, date and year based on given condition. Some questions contain problem related to clock.

Type I-

Q1. Which among the following is a Leap Year?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (SSC Level Data Entry Operator 2012)

  1. 1600
  2. 1900
  3. 1800
  4. All of the above

Q2. Which of the following years did not have 29 days in February month?                                                                                                                                                                                                              (SSC MTS 2013)

  1. 2000
  2. 2004
  3. 1996
  4. 1966

Q3. Ram was born on 29 th February. He celebrated his birthday falling on exactly 29th February 2008 for the fourth time. In which year he was born?                                   (SSC CGL 2012)

  1. 1992
  2. 2004
  3. 2000
  4. 1996
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Q4. A watch reads 7.30 . If the minute hand points west, then in which direction will the hour hand point?                                                                                                                            (SSC CGL Tier-I 2011)

  1. North
  2. North East
  3. North West
  4. South East

Q5. In Ravi’s clock shop, two clocks were brought for repairs. One clock has the cuckoo coming out  every sixteen minutes, while the other one has the cuckoo coming out every eighteen minutes. Both cuckoos come out at 12.00 noon. When will they both come out together again?

(SSC combined graduate Level Tier-I 2011)

Scheduled Day Date Time  Question and Answer

  1. 2:06 PM
  2. 2:08 PM
  3. 2:24 PM
  4. 2:32 PM

Q6. After 9 o’clock at what time between 9 p.m and 10.p.m will the hour and minute hands of a  clock point in opposite direction?                                                                (SSC CGL Prelim Exam 2011)

  1. 15 minutes past 9
  2. 16 minutes past 9
  3. 16411 minutes past 9
  4. 17111 minutes past 9

Q7. A clock gains five minutes every hour. What will be the angle traversed by the second hand in one  minute?                                                                                                                      (SSC CGL Prelim 2011)

  1. 3600
  2. 360.50
  3. 3900
  4. 3800

TYPE III

Q8. If john celebrated his victory day on Tuesday, 5th January 1965,when will he celebrate his next victory day on the same day?                                                                            (SSC CGL Prelim. 2011)

  1. 5th January 1970
  2. 5th January 1971
  3. 5th January 1973
  4. 5th January 1974

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Q9. In the year 1996, the Republic day was celebrated on Friday. On which day was the independence day celebrated in the years 2000.                                                        (SSC CGL Tier-I 2011)

  1. Tuesday
  2. Monday
  3. Friday
  4. Saturday

Q10. Mrs. Susheela celebrated her wedding anniversary on Tuesday. 30th September 1997. When will she celebrate her next wedding anniversary on the same  day?

(SSC CGL Tier-I 2011)

  1. 30 September 2003
  2. 30 September 2004
  3. 30 September 2002
  4. 30 October 2003

Q11.  Tell the number of days from 26 January 2006 to 23 September 2006(including both dates).

  1. 214
  2. 241
  3. 249 
  4. 251                                                                                                                                                 (SSC CML Tier-I Exam)

Q12. The Independence day in 1988 was celebrated on a wednesday. On what day was it celebrated in the year1989?                                                                                                  (SSC CML (pre) 2001)

  1. Monday
  2. Tuesday
  3. Friday
  4. Thursday

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TYPE IV

Q13. If 9th of the month falls on the day preceding Sunday, on what day will Ist of the month fall?

  1. Friday
  2. Saturday
  3. Sunday
  4. Monday                                                                                                                                                       (SSC CGL 2000)

Q14. If the day before yesterday was Sunday, what day will it be three days after the day after tomorrow?

  1. Sunday
  2. Monday
  3. Wednesday
  4. Saturday                                                                                                                             (SSC CGL 2010 First sitting)

Q15. If the day after tomorrow is Sunday, what day was tomorrow’s day before yesterday?

  1. Friday
  2. Thursday
  3. Monday
  4. Tuesday                                                                                                                         (SSC CGL 2010 Second sitting)

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1.1               2. 4                  3. 4                  4. 3              5. 3               6. 3                7. 2                 8. 2

9. 1             10.  1               11.  2                 12.  4          13. 1              14. 3             15. 4

Word Formation Questions and Answers

Word Formation Questions and Answers

Word Formation Questions and Answers for SSC/BANK PO/IBPS SO and other government exam preparation.

Q1. From the given alternative words. Select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word:                                                                                                                      (SSC CGL tier-I 2015)

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  1. ADVISE                             2. DIVERSE                      3. TIME                         4. REVERSE

Directions(2-4): In each of the following questions, from the given alternatives words, select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word.                         (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

Q2. INCONVENIENCE

  1. CONVINCE                         2. CONVENE                          3. CONSCIENCE                          4. CONCEIVE

Q3. DISTRIBUTION

  1. DISTURB                              2. TUTION                          3. SITUATION                                 4. TRUST

Q4. SUPERINTENDENT

  1. INTENSE                                2. NURSE                       3. DENTIST                          4. DOCTOR

Q5. From the given alternative words. Select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word:                                                                                                                        (SSC CGL tier-I 2015)

BOOKBINDING

  1. DINING                           2. BONDING                         3. DOING                          4. DIGGING

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Q6. From the given alternative words. Select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word:                                                                                                                  (SSC CGL tier-I 2015)

ENVIRONMENT

  1. MOVEMENT                          2. ENTER                              3. EMINENT                           4. ENTRANCE

Word Formation Questions and Answers

Q7. From the given alternative words. Select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word:                                                                                                                       (SSC CGL tier-I 2014)

TRIVANDRUM

  1. RAIN                   2. DRUM                      3. TRAIN                      4. DRUK

Q8. From the given alternative words. Select the word which cannot be formed using the letters of the given word:                                                                                                                        (SSC CGL tier-I 2013)

TAMBOURINE

  1. BROMINATE                         2. OBTAINER                                    3. BOATMAN                             4.MINARET

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TYPE II

Q9. If it is possible to form a word with the first , fourth, seventh and eleventh letters in the word ‘SUPERFLUOUS’, write the first letter of that word.

  1. L                    2. O                  3. E                        4. S

Q10. Given below are the jumbled letters of a word and their corresponding numbers. Select the combination of numbers that makes a meaningful word.                                   (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

C  N  A  S  P  H  I

1   2   3  4  5  6  7

  1. 5742613
  2. 2375416
  3. 4572316
  4. 7234516
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Q11. Name a single letter, which can be prefixed to the following words in order to obtain entirely new words?                                                                                                               (SSC CGL Tier 2015)

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  1. C                       2.S                  3. B                           4. H

Q12. Identify the single letter, which when removed from the following words from new words.

MINK, LAMP, TEAM, WARM                                                                                                   (SSC CGL Tier 2015)

  1. R                      2. A                  3. L                   4. M

Q13. If alphabets are serially numbered, one of the answers given below has a meaningful word hidden has a meaningful word hidden in it. Identify the answer.

(SSC CGL Tier-I 2013)

  1. 5, 18, 5, 8, 1, 3, 5
  2. 20, 5, 1, 3, 8, 5, 18
  3. 5, 1, 3, 5, 20, 8, 18
  4. 18, 5, 3, 8, 1, 5, 20

Q14. Make a meaningful word from the given responses.                                               (SSC MTS 2013)

AL_E_

1. ST                    2. LR               3. TR                      4.MR

Q15. How many meaningful English words can be made with the letters ‘OEHM’ using each letter only once in each word?                                                                                        (SSC CGL Tier-I 2014)

1) Four             2) Three             3) Two             4) One

Answer Key-

1.2               2. 3           3. 3          4. 4            5. 4              6. 1             7. 4              8. 3           9. 1

10. 3           11.  2        12. 4          13.  2          14. 3           15. 1

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Type-1

Q1. Which of the following venn diagram gives the relationship between friend, Guide and Philosopher?

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(1)                             (2)                             (3)                                  (4)

Q2. Which of the following diagrams represents smokers, lawyers, non-smokers?

                                                                 (SSC Tier Prelim Exam 2002)

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              (1)                            (2)                           (3)                          (4)

Q3. Which  of the following figures represents family, sons and daughters?

                                                                         (SSC CPO Sub-Inspector 2003)

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                (1)                            (2)                          (3)                             (4)

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Q4. Which figure represents the relation among-st rose, flower and leaves.

                                                                   (SSC Constable 2015)

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                (1)                            (2)                          (3)                             (4)

Q5. Which of the answer figure indicates the best relationship between Milk, Goat, Cow, Hen?

                                                                   (SSC Constable 2015)

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              (1)                              (2)                          (3)                            (4)

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Q6. Which Venn Diagram truly represents relationship among Teachers, Scholars and Students?                                                                                                                                                                                    (SSC CISF 2015)

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                (1)                            (2)                               (3)                                 (4)

Q7.  Languages, English and Kannada                                                                                                                                                               (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

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                    (1)                         (2)                           (3)                            (4)

Q8. Profit , Dividend, Bonus                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (SSC CGL Tier-I 2014)

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                   (1)                            (2)                           (3)                             (4)

Q9. Herbivores, Tigers and Animals                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (SSC CGL Re Exam 2014)

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Q10. Books, Novels and Dictionaries                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (SSC CGL  Tier-I 2014)

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               (1)                               (2)                       (3)                              (4)

Type-2

Q11. If the number indicates the number of persons, then how many youth graduates are there?

                                                                           (SSC(10+2) Stenographer 2016)

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  1. 20           2) 30              3) 40               4) 50

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Q12. Study the diagram given below and answer the question given.

The qualified and experienced doctors working in villages are represented by:

                                                                     (SSC Tier-I Exam 2015)

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  1. 6           2) 4              3) 5                4) 2

Q13. Which statement is true with respect to the Venn Diagram?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (SSC (10+2) DEO, LDC 2014)

  1. 6,7 and 8 are in all the figures
  2. 1,5 and 9 are in all the figures
  3. 1,9 and 10 are in all figures
  4. 1,2 and 6 are in the triangle

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Q 14. Which of the Areas marked I -VII represents the urban educated who are not hardworking?                                                                                                                                                                                      (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

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Q15. Study the following Diagram and Find how many percentage are only teachers, Parents and Students.                                                                                                                                                              (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

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  1. 45, 40, 65
  2. 40, 65, 45
  3. 40, 45, 65
  4. 65, 40, 45

Q16. In the diagram given below which letter(s) represents the students who play Cricket as well as Football and Hockey?                                                                                                                               (SSC CGL Tier- I 2014)

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  1. S+T+U             2) V                   3) S                 4) P+R+U

Q17. In the given figure, the triangle represents Graduates, rectangle represents Married persons and circle represents Women. What is the number of those women who are graduates but not married?                                                                                                                                                  (SSC GL Tier-I Re exam 2013 and 2014(Ist sitting)

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  1. 21             2) 14                       3) 32                    4) 37

Q18. The following diagram represents people who speak different languages.                                                                                                                                                                                                     (SSC CGL Tier-I Re exam 2013,2014)

(i) Kannada           (ii) English            (iii) Hindi              (iv) Marathi

What does the area containing represents?

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Answer Key 

1. 2          2. 4               3. 3               4. 1                5. 4           6. 1         7. 4         8. 4          9. 1          10. 4

11. 3          12. 1              13. 4             14. 4             15. 2           16.3       17.  2        18. 3

Finding the Missing Number

Finding the Missing Number

Q1. What is the number missing from the third target?                                                              (SSC CGL 2010)

5

9 15
16 29

?

49 89

147

1) 45           2) 48         3) 51             4) 54

Q2.                                                                                                                                                             (SSC CGL 2015)

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1) 16         2) 12          3) 17             4) 18

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Q3.

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1) 6543              2) 5634              3) 5364               4) 3564                                                  (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

Q4.

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1) 37                     2) 45                  3) 47                    4) 57                                                                     (SSC CGL 2013)

Q5.

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1) 100          2) 75                         3) 25                    4) 50

Q6.

113

118 ?

112

?

116

? 110

115

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1) 109, 111, 117

2) 114, 111, 117

3) 111, 114, 117

4) 117, 109, 111                                                                           (SSC CHSL(10+2) LDC, DEO & PA/SA 2015)

Q7.

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1) 1321           2) 1231          3)1332               4)1331                                             (SSC CGL Tier-I Exam 2015)

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Q8.  19  18     34  32       44   41 2   4       ?

1) 6       2)9        3)4            4)3

Q9.

2 9 11 7
8 5 13 -3
7 ? 10 -4
6 4 10 ?

1) 3 and 2         2) -3 and 2                 3) 3 and -2                 4) -3 and -2                   (SSC CGL Tier-I 2013)

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Q10. 55+66 = 33 and 22 + 99 = 33, what is 44 + 88 ?                                                      (SSC CGL Tier-I 2013)

1) 36                   2) 38                             3) 40                            4) 33

Q11.

1) 22       2) 18         3) 26          4) 24                                                                                             (SSC MTS 2013)

Q12.  If 29 48 = 576, 35 16 =90, 22 46 = 96 , then 4217 = ?

1) 56        2) 286       3) 48           4) 64                                                                                (SSC CGL Tier-i 2013)

Q13.

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1) 2           2) 5            3) 4             4) 3                                       (SSC CHSL(10+2) LDC, DEO & PA/SA 2015)

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Q14.

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1) 9107         2) 97        3) 907          4) 1097                                                                               (SSC CGL 2015)

Q15.     2     3     8

4     5    10

6     7     12

         ___________

        32   50    ?

1) 128      2) 92          3) 200         4) 30                                                                              (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

Q16.

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1) 240       2) 246      3) 250          4) 256                                                                                        (SSC CGL 2015)

Q17.

1) 23         2) 27          3) 25              4) 26                                                                                        (SSC CGL 2015)

Q18.

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  • 19 2) 18 3) 24 4) 12

 

Q19.   18 21 24

3 9 3

6 4 8

_ _ _

21 26 ?

 

1) 24        2) 27           3) 29              4) 22                                                                           (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

 

Q20. 18 20 16 20 18 22 9 ?                                                                                           (SSC CHSL (10+2) 2014)

Answer Key

1)2         2) 4            3) 1           4) 3           5) 4               6) 3            7) 4            8) 1            9) 3           10) 1

11) 4    12) 1            13) 1          14) 4        15) 3            16) 4           17) 4          18) 3           19) 3         20) 2

Coding Decoding question for SSC CGL exam

Coding Decoding  question for SSC CGL exam

Coding Decoding  question for SSC CGL exam IBPS PO/BANK exam preparation. 

In any communication(verbal or nonverbal), there are always two parties i.e. Sender (The one who wants to send the data)  and Receiver(one who receives the data).We always want to send our data securely. For this purpose, we use the  mechanism of coding and decoding so that the third party (other than the sender and receiver) can never understand the communication of both the parties.

Coding means transforming the original data into an encrypted form which follows a certain pattern.Coding is also known as  encryption.

Decoding means converting the coded data into an original form. It is also known as Decryption.

The coding and decoding test is setup to determine the ability of a candidate that he is capable to decipher any code or message.

Type 1-Letter Coding

Q1. TAP is SZO, then FREEZE is

  1. EQDFYG         2) EQDDYD            3) ESDFYF         4) GQFDYF                                          (SSC CGL Tier-I 2015)

Q2. If the word PRINCIPAL is written as LAPICNIRP, how ADOLESCENCE can be written in that code?                                                                                                                   (SSC CHSL DEO&LDC 2014)

1) ECNCESELODA               2) ECNECSLEODA                   3) ECNSCEELODA                        4) ECNECSELODA

Q3. In a certain Language PROSE is coded as PPOQE. How will LIGHT be coded?                                                                                                                                                                                    (SSC CGL Tier-I 2014)

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2) LIGFT                 2) LGGHT            3) LLGFE          4) LGGFT

Q4. If JOSEPH is coded as FKOALD,then how GEORGE will be coded in that code language?

  1. CADMNO         2) CAKNIT       3) CAKNCA          4) JAKINS                                           (SSC GL Tier-I 2013)

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Q5. In a certain code language DHIE is written as WSRV and AEFB is written as ZVUY. How will GKLH be written in that code language?                                          (IBPS Bank PO/MT CWE-III 2013)

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In a certain code Language,

‘Rural and urban  divide’ is coded as

Na ku        za          la

‘Gap in rural infrastructure’ is coded as

Kt     la vm pi

‘Urban    planning   more   important’ is coded as

ti              na        cu       bu

‘More   divide   than    gap’ is coded as

Pi          cu         dm        za

(IBPS RRB officer Scale-I 2014)

Q6. What is the code for ‘and’?

  1. zu              2) na                3) ku                      4) la                   5) cannot be determined

Q7. What is the code for ‘gap’?

Q8. What is the code for ‘rural distance’?

  1. zu la           2) la dm          3) pi zu               4) ku la              5) cannot be determined

Q9. What is the code for ‘than’?

  1. pi               2) dm                3) cu                   4) zu                    5) ti

Q10. Which of the following may possibly be the code for ”infrastructure gap divide rural and urban planning’?

1) bu ku na zu pi la cu

2) vm la zu pi na cu ku

3) kt bu zu pi ti vm la

4) la ku vm kt ti bu na

5) cannot be determined

Type 2-Number Coding

There are  two coding mechanism that is used in these type of questions.

i) Alphabetical code letters are assigned to the numbers

OR

ii) Numerical code values are assigned to a word.

i) Alphabetical code letters are assigned to the numbers-

Q11. In a code Language the following alphabets are coded in a particular way.

                                                                                                                (SSC Combined Metric Level(Pre) 2002)

V U N L J E A T K P
1 5 8 6 3 4 7 2 9 0

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Which group of alphabets can be decoded from the following?

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  1. ALTJUK                       2) ALTUKJ                    3) ALTVJK                           4) ALTUJK

Q12. In a certain code PEN is Coded as 123,PENCIL as 123456,CABLE as 48962, then

6283123456 means what?                                                                                                          (SSC CHSL 2015)

  1. LAENPENCIL            2) LEANPNCLI               3) LANPENCIL                  4) LEANPENCIL

Q13.In a certain code 253 means ‘books are old’;’546’ means ‘man is old’ and ‘378’ means ‘buy good books.’what stands for “are” in that code?                                                                           (SSC CGL )

  1. 6           2) 2               3) 4                   4) 5

ii)numerical code values are assigned to a word-

Q14. If BROAD means 19812.Then,CLOCK means                                                              (SSC CGL 2015)

  1. 68262               2) 68622                  3) 26826                   4) 37836

Q15. If C=3, and CAT=24,what is FAULT?                                                                             (SSC Steno 2011)

  1. 60               2) 57               3) 64               4) 72

Q16. In a certain code,LONDON is coded as 24-30-28-8-30-28.How will FRANCE be coded?

  1. 10-24-6-28-6-12
  2. 12-26-6-28-8-10
  3. 12-36-2-28-6-10
  4. 12-36-2-28-8-10                                                                                                                               (SSC CGL Tier-2013)

Q17. If REASON is coded as 5 and BELIEVED as 7,what is the code number for GOVERNMENT?

                                                                                                                                     (SSC CHSL  DEO & LDC 2014)

  1. 6                    2) 8             3) 9                 4) 10

TYPE 3 -(SUBSTITUTION)

Q18. If air is called ‘green’,’green’ is called ‘blue’,’blue is called ‘sky’,’sky’ is called ‘yellow’,’yellow’ is called ‘water’ and ‘water’ is called ‘pink’ then what is the color of clear ‘sky’?                                                                                                                                         (SSC CGL Tier-I Exam 2015)

  1. Sky        2) Water            3) Blue                4) Yellow

TYPE-4 (SYMBOL CODING)

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Q19. In a certain code language FIRE is written as #%@$  and DEAL is written as !$*^.How is FAIL Written in that code Language?                                       (Bank of Maharashtra PO Exam 2008)

  1. #*%^           2) #$%^            3) #*!$                 4) #*!^           5) None of these

Q20. Following words are written in a code language.Study them carefully and find out the word in the given code.

CAR- $ * ^

SIT- # ! @

WELL- % & ( (

MAP- ~ * )

Given Code- ( * ~ *

1) LAMP        2)LAMA       3)LAME       4)LAMB                                                                   (SSC CGL Tier I-2014)

TYPE-5 (Capital Letter to Small Letter)

Q21. Using the following code and Key,Decode the given coded word:

Code L X P Z J Y Q M N B

Key b  a  e  s p r  h i  g  t

What is the Code for the Word- ZBYXMNQB                                                                    (SSC  CGL Tier-I Exam-2015)

2) strength         2) height         3) struggle        4) straight

TYPE-6(Matrix Coding)

Q 22-26            Matrix 2

5 6 7 8 9
5 S E H B T
6 H S E T B
7 B T S E H
8 E H T B S
9 T S E H B

                          Matrix 1

0 1 2 3 4
0 F A N O I
1 I O F A N
2 A N O I F
3 O F I N A
4 N I A F O,.

Q22. NEST

  1. 33,85,88,86            b) 21,76,77,76                c) 14,67,66,67                    d) 02,56,55,59

Q23. FAITH

  1. 43,42,41,78,89        b) 31,34,23,76,79          c) 24,31,10,59,57              d) 12,20,40,68,65
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Q24. FINE

  1. 31,32,33,82              b) 24,19,21,78                 c) 12,10,13,67                   d) 00,04,02,56

Q25. HEAT

  1. 79,53,20,87              b) 65,56,13,57                  c) 57,56,01,59                  d) 29,85,34,93

Q26. BOTH

  1. 88,30,85,86             b) 75,22,76,79                  c) 69,67,68,59                  d) 58,02,68,65

Extra-

Which letter in the word “Vertex” should be changed to mean spiral movement?

  1. Ist        2) 2nd          3) 4th              4) Last                                                                   (SSC CGL Tier-I Exam 2014)

Coding Decoding Answer 

Type1:

Q1.(2) EQDDYD                               Q2.(4) ECNECSELODA                                Q3.(4)LGGFT

Q4.(3)CAKNCA                                Q5-     TPOS                                  Q6- ku                              Q7. pi

Q8. zu la                                             Q9. dm                                           Q10. cannot be determined

Type2:

Q11. (4)                 Q12. (1)                     Q13. (2)                    Q14. (3)                   Q15. (1) 60                     Q16. (3)

Q17.(3)                 

Type3:

Q18. (1)sky

Type4:

Q19. (1)                  Q20. LAMA

Type.5

Q21. Straight                  

Type 6

Q22.(d)               Q23.(b)                     Q24.(d)                      Q25.(c)                  Q26.(b)

Extra 

Answer-(2)