"If you want to get rid of struggle with clothes while washing, use 'x' washing powder, the no. 1 washing powder and marked with ISI." —An advertisement of'x' washing powder company
If the above statement is true then which of the following has been assumed while making the statement ?
'XYZ' publishing company has published various books for the competitive examination 'z' but in spite of shortage of books for the examination 'z' it has not sold even 1000 copies of each book. Each of the following, if true, could explain this except:
A. The books do not deal with all the topics of the papers of examination z.
In order to be appointed as a faculty member in a School of Banking, one has to get at least 75% marks in interview. In order to be an applicant for the interview one should be between 25 yrs and 30 yrs of age and have qualified in the written examination for PO at least three times or worked as a Probationary Officer in the nationalised banks or a manager in any scheduled bank. Then which of the following is definitely true if 10 persons have been selected as faculty members ?
1) is not true because some of them might have got more than 7 5 % marks in the interview. Again, the no. of applicants was at least 10 but not necessarily only 10, hence 2) is ruled out. 3) is ruled out because some POs might have got the post on the basis of promotion. 4) is also ruled out because some of them might be managers in nonnationalised banks.
"In what is believed to be one of the worst disasters involving the Indian Air Force's MiG-21, eight persons are reported to be killed and 16 injured when the fighter jet crashed into a bank building in a busy commercial area of Basti Adda of Jalandhar. Investigation is going on." — A news report
Which of the following can be hypothesised for the above information ?
"If you are lagging behind your competitors in competitive examinations, buy our Magical Book Series prepared for every competition and get a book of strategies free to succeed for every competitive exam." —An advertisement of ' A BC company.
If the above statement is true then which of the following has not been assumed while making the statement ?
A. Magical Book Series of company ABC is available in the market.
B. It is possible to prepare a Magical Book Series for every competition.
If each symbol has a value of zero, and each alphabet has a value equivalent to double the numeral that immediatelyprecedes it or the value of 5 if it is not immediately preceded by a numeral, what will be the sum of the values of the first 10 elements of series I and the last 10 elements of series II ?
Hence value of the above elements
= 0 + 4 + 8 + 5 + 0 + 0 + 2 + 3 + 6 + 5 = 3 3
Last ten elements of series II: C I ^ ( l l ) L Hence value of the above elements
= 5 + 5 + 0+ 11 + 2 2 + 0+ 12 + 2 4 + 5 + 5 = 89 Therefore, 33 + 89 = 122.
If it is possible to make a meaningful word from the 9th and 24th elements of series I along with 3rd, 4th, 23rd and 31 st elements of series II (using each element only once), the third letter of the word would be your answer- If more than one such word can be formed, your answer would be S and if no such word can be formed, answer is M.
If all the elements of series I are reversed, and the second half of series II is reversed, then which of the following pairs of elements represents seventh to the right of seventeenth element from the left of series I; and third to the left of sixth to the right of thirteenth element from the right of series II respectively ?
(R, 11) Seventh to the right of seventeenth element from the left in new series I = (7 + 17 = ) 24th element from the left in new series I = (32 + 1 24 =) 9th from the left in old series = R. Similarly, third to the left of sixth to the right of thirteenth element from the right of new series II = (13 6 + 3 =) 10th element from the right in new series II = (11). Hence, the elements are R and 11.
First elements of each group are consecutive symbols from the right end of series I. Second elements of each group are consecutive letters from the right end of series II. Last elements of each group are consecutive numbers from the left end of series I.