Symbol Notation Practice Problems 5 | Hamaraguru

Symbol Notation Practice Problems 5 | Hamaraguru

Study the following arrangement carefully and answer the questions given below: T % R Q 2 6 W $ L X 1 A 8 Z * B 3 # 7 E 8 4 @ M 5 K % D 9 & U
47. Which of the following is the 12th to the left of the 20th from the left end of the above arrangement? 
1) $    
2) @    
3) %
4)none

T % R Q 2 6 W $ L X 1 A 8 Z * B 3 # 7 E 8 4 @ M 5 K % D 9 & U
48. How many are such symbols there in the above arrangement, each of which is immediately preceded by a number and immediately followed by a letter?
1) One    
2) Two    
3) Three
4) Four

T % R Q 2 6 W $ L X 1 A 8 Z * B 3 # 7 E 8 4 @ M 5 K % D 9 & U
49. How many are such vowels there in the above arrangement of which immediately followed by a symbol or immediately preceded by a symbol or both?

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

P % Q represents P is not smaller than Q
P © Q represents P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q
P x Q represents P is neither greater than nor equal to Q
P ∂ Q represents P is not greater than Q
P @ Q represents P is neither greater than nor smaller than Q

50. Statements: R ∂ K ; K x M ; M @ J
Conclusions :
I. J © K
II. M © R
III. R X J
1) Only I & II are true 
2) Only I & III are true
3) All I, II & III are true 
4) None of these

Directions (51-55): In all the questions that follow, different symbols have been used with different meaning. For each set of questions, you have to assume given statements to be true and then decide which of the given two conclusions is/are true.
Give answer (1) If only conclusion I is true. 
Give answer (2) If only conclusion II is true. 
Give answer (3) If either conclusion I or II is true. 
Give answer (4) If both are true.

The symbols +, -, ×,÷ and = are used with the following meanings:
P+Q represents P is greater than Q.
P-Q represents P is greater than or equal to Q. 
P×Q represents P is equal to Q.
P÷Q represents P is smaller than Q.
P=Q represents P is either smaller than or equal to Q.

51. Statements: M×X, L÷O, N+M, L=X
Conclusions:
I. N+L 
II.X÷O

52. Statements: S=F, K÷S, B×K, R+B
Conclusions:
I. F+K 
II.K÷R

53. Statements: H=V, A×Z, H–Z, F+V
Conclusions:
I. A × H
II. H + A

54. Statements: I + O, R – I, Z × R, J ÷ Z
Conclusions:
I. Z × I
II. Z + I

55. Statements:
Q ÷ R, C + D, F – R, D × F
Conclusions:
I. Q ÷ C
II. C + F

Answer Key:
47. 1    
48. 1    
49. 1    
50. 3
51. 1    
52. 4    
53. 3    
54. 3    
55. 4