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### Question 1

If the alphabets at the positions 5, 7, 8, 9, 12, 14 and 19 are picked up and a meaningful word is formed out of them, what would be the second letter of that word?

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

### Question 2

If the first half of the following series is reversed, then which item is 6th to the right of the 15th item from the right side? The series is:

O I L F A P X 9 W C 2 Q J H Y T + 3 8 %

### Question 3

The following sequence is first reversed, then every letter beginning from position 4, counted from the left of the new sequence, is replaced by its successor in the English alphabet, and any Z after this position is replaced by A, then, how many Q will be there in the resulting sequence?

Q A C W C R V O T N J F L W R U O K X F B T G R Z

### Question 4

If the second half of the following series is reversed, then which item is 3th to the right of the 10th item from the right side? The series is:

6 % P C 4 I 9 B + F H 3 V O @ D 7 W T S

**A**

+

**B**

S

**C**

W

**D**

T

**Soln.**

**Ans: c**

Midpoint is 10. We have to find 20 - 10 + 3 = 13 + 1th item from the left side. Since the location lies in the right half, the sequence has been reversed in this zone. So the item will be at location 10 + (20 - 13) = 17 from the left in the original series. Which means the item is: 7.

### Question 5

Examine the following series of digits and alphabets. How many pairs are such that the first item is a number but the second is an alphabet?

8 7 H 3 7 Q F 2 8 9 R B 9 A W J I X 2 G

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Updated on 2020-02-07. Published on: 2016-02-10