872
Q:

# If Z = 52 and ACT = 48, then BAT will be equal to

 A) 39 B) 41 C) 44 D) 46

Explanation:

In the given code, A = 2, B = 4, C = 6,.... , Z = 52.

So, ACT = 2 + 6 + 40 = 48 and

BAT = 4 + 2 + 40 = 46

Q:

If RESEARCH is $#!#%$&@ then SCARE is

 A) !&%$# B) !@%$# C) !$%#& D) !@%#$

Explanation:

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8 564
Q:

If 12@18 = -3, 18@6 = 6 and 16@8 = 4, then find the value of 6@10 = ?

 A) -10 B) 8 C)  4 D)

Explanation:

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9 5720
Q:

The following equation is incorrect. Which two signs should be interchanged to correct the equation?

10 + 14 x 20 - 7 ÷ 10 = 40

 A) + and x B) + and ÷ C) ÷ and D) - and +

Explanation:

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5 5192
Q:

In a certain code language, 'x' represents '+', '÷' represents 'x', '-' represents '÷' and '+' represents '-'. Find out the answer to the following question.

18 x 12 ÷ 5 - 10 + 10 = ?

 A) 14 B) 6 C) 39 D) 2

Explanation:

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10 442
Q:

In a certain code language, “NOTES” is written as “141520519” and “MAKAR” is written as “13111118”. How is “LOFTS” written in that code language?

 A)  206191316 B) 121562019 C)  12150219 D)  1515121119

Explanation:

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1 340
Q:

If Q = 10 and FAX = 50, then XEROX = ?

 A) 45 B) 46 C) 49 D) 50

Explanation:

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5 696
Q:

If 60#40 = 10, 40#20 = 6 and 60#90 = 15, then find the value of 40#30 = ?

 A) 15 B)  12 C) 18 D)  7

Explanation:

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4 4183
Q:

The following equation is incorrect. Which two signs should be interchanged to correct the equation?

8 ÷ 2 - 50 x 6 + 16 = 50

 A) + and ÷ B) - and + C) + and x D) ÷ and x