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Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:14 am
by tpsriram
In a certain code language the word “MATIZ”
is written as
A12 A1 J10 C3 M13

For the questions 11 to 15 and 76 to 80 THE FOLLOWING logic works

M = A12 - Rank of M (13 ) = Rank of A(1) + 12

A =A 1 Rank of A(1) = Rank of A(1) X 1

T = J10 Rank of T (20) = Rank of J(10) +10
and so on .. hope you will now be able to solve these questions

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:15 am
by sadmin
107. Ravi wants to go to the university. He starts from his
home which is in the East and comes to a crossing.
The road to the left ends in a theatre, straight ahead
isthe hospital. In which direction is the university ?
(a) North (b) South © East (d) West

Solution ,
I agree that the language of this question could have beeen better OR more clear in stating the facts of the question.

Now if someone starts from home, which is in the East AND reaches a crossing - on the left should be South, straight ahead should be West, which implies that the theatre should be in South and Hospital should be in the West. The university should be right from the crossing which is North
Answer option A

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:16 am
by sadmin
111. If ‘South-east’ is called ‘East’, ‘North-west’ is called
‘West’, ‘South-west’ is called ‘South’ and so on, what
will ‘North’ be called ?
(a) East (b) North-east
© North-west (d) None of these

Solution-

https://docs.google.com/a/pfindia.com/f ... JkdHM/edit

Check the image shared with you or click the above link and you will clearly be able to see that the Actual North shall be North West acccording to the modified directions

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:17 am
by sadmin
I think South East is the correct answer for this question - Error rectified.

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:17 am
by sadmin
113. One morning after sunrise, Varun and Sunil were standing
in a lawn with their backs towards each other. Varun’s
shadow fell exactly towards left hand side. Which direction
was Sunil facing ?
(a) East (b) West © North (d) South

Solution

In the morning the Sun should be in the East and the shadow of any person should fall towards the West. There fore SUN is towards the right of Varun and West towards his left. This implies that Varun shoould be facing North ;
Therefore Sunil should be facing South.

Answer D

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:21 am
by sadmin
Question 111

The link provided on the solution to the Question 111 may not work - therefore I have shared the image with you all on Google docs. Hope that settles the doubt.

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:22 am
by gaurav1399
Question 111

The link provided on the solution to the Question 111 may not work - therefore I have shared the image with you all on Google docs. Hope that settles the doubt.

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:23 am
by gaurav1399
thank u very much sir for all the explainations....my all doubts of this sheet are clear now

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:25 am
by Seema Devi
respected sir my doubts in LR-2;
2,10,16,51,59,70,75,100,109

Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:26 am
by sadmin
2. In a certain code language if the word “CLASSIC is coded
as HZDNNTH, then how will you code the word “NEGLECT”?
(a) SSKFFDU (b) DLPZLHP
© DLSKFFH (d) DLPLZHP

Solution

CLASSIC - HZDNNTH

C=3 add 2 => you get 5; count 5 from C and you get H
L=12 add 2 => you get14; count 14 from L and you get Z
A=1 add 2 => you get3 ; count 3 from A and you get D
S=19 add 2 => you get21 ; count 21 from S and you get N

Once this code has been understood - you can easily identify that NEGLECT stands for DLPZLHP i.e. "b"