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Direction (1-5): In the following questions, the symbols >, <, =, ≥ and ≤ are used with the following meanings:   
A > B means A is neither greater than nor smaller than B.   
A < B means A is not smaller than B.   
A ≥ B means A is not greater than B.   
A ≤ B means A is neither smaller than nor equal to B.   
A = B means A is neither greater than nor equal to B.  
Now in each of the following questions, assuming the given statements to be true, find which of the two conclusions I and II given below them is/ are definitely true.   [Note: In each question, coded symbols have been used.] 

1. Statements:  P = E, Q ≤ P, V < Q  
   Conclusions:  I. Q ≤ P  II. E ≤ P  
   A. Only conclusion I is true. 
   B. Only conclusion II is true. 
   C. Either conclusion I or II is true. 
   D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true. 
   E. Both conclusions I and II are true. 

2.Statements:  A = B, B ≥ C, C < D  
   Conclusions:  I. A > C  II. A = C
    A. Only conclusion I is true. 
   B. Only conclusion II is true. 
   C. Either conclusion I or II is true. 
   D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true. 
   E. Both conclusions I and II are true. 

3.Statements:  M ≤ A, V > M, S ≥ V  
   Conclusions:  I. A ≤ S  II. S ≤ A
   A. Only conclusion I is true. 
   B. Only conclusion II is true. 
   C. Either conclusion I or II is true. 
   D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true. 
   E. Both conclusions I and II are true. 

4.Statements:  P ≤ Q, Q ≥ R, R = S  
   Conclusions:  I. Q = P  II. Q ≥ P
   A. Only conclusion I is true. 
   B. Only conclusion II is true. 
   C. Either conclusion I or II is true. 
   D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true. 
   E. Both conclusions I and II are true. 

5.Statements:  O ≤ T, P < O, T > Y  
   Conclusions:  I. P ≤ T  II. Y = P 
   A. Only conclusion I is true. 
   B. Only conclusion II is true. 
   C. Either conclusion I or II is true. 
   D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true. 
   E. Both conclusions I and II are true. 

Solution-
1.E 
2.B
3.D
4.A
5.E

Direction (6-10): Study the information given below and answer the questions based on it.  In a certain code language,   
'Rohan refused drink milk' is coded as - '#4L #5L #5O #7E'  
'Everyone should eat apple' is coded as - '@3U @8F #6E @5F'    
'Cycling good for health' is coded as - '#6I #4E #7H #3S'

6.What will be the code for “Compulsory”?  
   A. @10Y  
   B. #9C  
   C. #10Y  
   D. #10Z  
   E. None of these 

7.What must be the code for “Arrow”?  
   A. #5O  
   B. @5X  
   C. #5W  
   D. #6X  '
   E. None of these

8.Which of the following can be coded as “#6X”?  
   A. Narrow  
   B. Sorrow  
   C. Seminar  
   D. None of these  
   E. Both A and B  

9.If all the vowels of the word “University” are removed, then what would be the code for the resulting word?  
   A. #6Z 
   B. #5Z 
   C. @6Z 
   D. #5Y 
   E. None of these 

10.What is the code of “aboard” in abovecoded information?  
   A. #7D  
   B. #6D  
   C. None of these  
   D. @6E 
   E. @5E  

Solution-
The first part of code is # if the word starts with a consonant and @ if word starts with a vowel.  
The second part is same as number of letters in the word.  
The third part is the letter next to the last alphabet of the word.