Select the corresponding word / character / number from the given options.
RIGT: WDBY:: FUSH:?
Q2. For the following question, find the odd word / letters / number from the given options.
For the following questions, find out the odd word / letter / number of the given options.
Q3 A series is given, with one term missing. Choose the correct option
A series is given, in which a term is unknown. Out of the given options, select the word that will complete the series?
6, 10, 18, 34,?, 130
Q4. From the given answer figures, select the one in which the image is hidden / embedded.
From the given answer data, select the option in which question shape is hidden / embedded.
Q5. Arrange the following words
Arrange the given words in the same sequence as they are in the dictionary.
(a) 5, 3, 2, 4, 1
(b) 5, 2, 4, 3, 1
(c) 5, 2, 1, 3, 4
(d) 5, 3, 1, 2, 4
Q6. Pointing towards a boy Meera said ‘He is the son of the only son of my grandfather.’ How is that boy related to Meera?
Pointing to a boy, Mira said, ‘She is the son of my only son of Grandfather.’ How is that boy related to Meera?
(a) Cousin / Cage
(b) Brother / brother
(c) Uncle / Uncle
(d) Brother-in-law / Brother-in-Law
Q7 In a row of 15 children, when Raju was shifted three places towards right, he became 8th from the right end. What was his last position?
In a row of 15 children, when Raju was transferred to three places on the right side, he moved to the 8th place from the right edge. What was his pre-status with the left edge of the row?
Q8. In a specific code, ‘TEACHER’ is written as VGCEJGT. How is ‘CHILDREN’ written in that code?
In a particular language, ‘TEACHER’ is written as VGCEJGT. How would ‘CHILDREN’ be written in the same code language?
Q9. If L denotes ‘×’, M denotes ‘÷’, P denotes ‘+’ and Q denotes ‘-‘, then
If L represents ‘x’, represents ‘M’ ÷, represents P ‘+’, represents ‘Q’ – then
Q10. Select the missing numbers
Select the unknown number from the given options.
Q11. Prabhu travelled from his house a distance of 20kms to his friend’s house. After some time he left his friend’s house and took a turn towards right and travelled 15 kms to reach a park. After resting for a while, he started again and turned to right and travelled 18 kms to reach a petrol tank. From there he turned and turned a distance of 15 kms. How many kilometers has he traveled?
The Lord traveled 20kms from his house to his friend’s house. After some time, he left his friend’s house and turned right and traveled 15 kilometers to reach a park. After resting for a while, he started again and turned to the right and traveled 18 kilometers to reach a gas tank. From there he again turned right and set a distance of 15 kms. How many kilometers will she have to travel to reach home?
(a) 2kms / kilometers
(b) 18 kms / km
(c) 21 km / km
(d) 23kms / km
Q12. From the positions of a cube shown below, which letter will be on face opposite ‘A’?
Out of the cube conditions shown below, what will be the opposite of ‘A’
Q13. Which answer
Which answer will the question shape fill the pattern in question?
Q14. If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then the figure of the given figure
If a mirror is placed on the line MN, then which answer will be the correct image of the question paper?
Q15. In the question, a word is represented by only one of the options. The set of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as under matrices. The columns and rows of the matrix I am numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices is represented by its row and its column by the first, eg ‘C’ represented by 04, 40, etc., and ‘K’ can be represented by 56, 75, etc. Similarly, the word ‘NICE’
A word can be represented only by a number set as given below. The set of numbers given in the options are presented by two characters as shown in the matrix below. Matrix-I is given numbers from 0 to 4 and in the same way Matrix II has been given numbers from 5 to 9. One character can be represented first by its line then by its column, for example ‘C’ to 04, 40 etc. And ‘K’ can be represented by 56, 75 etc. Similarly you need to find the number set for the word ‘NICE’
(a) 66, 58, 33, 02
(b) 87, 65, 03, 24
(c) 66, 23, 68, 30
(d) 59, 68, 40, 02