Reasoning Quiz for RRB PO PRE & RRB CLERK PRE
In a certain code language:
“Are yawn with held” is coded as “mt op so km”
“nobody with everybody held” is coded as “km eb so nt”
“yawn nobody and willing” is coded as “op nt do li”
“willing everybody doubt go” is coded as “li eb zo nm”
Q2. The code “mt” is coded as which of the following word?
Eight persons i.e. P, Q, R, S, T, U, V and W sits on a rectangular table , Four persons sits at the corner of table and four sits at the middle side of the table, the one who sits at the corner faces the centre of the table and the one who sits at the middle faces outside the center table. All information not necessarily in the same order.
Q sits immediate left of T. Two persons sit between T and R. R does not faces inside the center of table. W sits immediate right of R. U and P sits opposite to each other. Both P and V are not immediate neighbours of W. V sits second to the left of S.
R does not face inside the center of table. Thus, from here case2(a) and case2 get eliminated. W sits immediate right of R. U and P sits opposite to each other. Both P and V are not immediate neighbours of W. V sits second to the left of S thus case1 get eliminated. Thus our final arrangement is.
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