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Directions (1 – 5):Study the following information and answer the questions given below: 
Seven persons-Renu, Sonu, Tenu, Prabhu, Venu, Banu and Anu are live on different floors in a seven floor building. The lowermost floor is numbered one, above is numbered two and so on until the topmost floor is numbered seven. Each of them likes different chocolates Kitkat, Munch, Perk, Temptation, Five Star, Cadbury and Milky bar, but not necessarily in the same order. 
Each chocolate costs between Rs.1 to Rs.10, but not necessarily in the same order. Only three person lives between the one who likes Munch and the one who likes Perk. The one who likes Temptation live on the floor number four. Only two persons live between Renu and the one who likes Cadbury. Only one person lives between Sonu and Venu. The cost of Temptation is more than Rs.2. The total cost of Munch is square of the total costs of Kitkat. Venu lives on the even numbered floor and does not like Temptation. The one who likes Munch live one of the floors above Sonu. The one who likes Munch does not live on the topmost floor. Anu does not like Munch or Perk. Only two persons live between Prabhu and the one who likes Temptation. The one who likes Kitkat lives immediately above the one who likes Five Star. The difference between the costs of Perk and Five Star is Rs.2.  The floor number and the costs of chocolate are same for Anu. Renu lives on the floor number three. The total cost of Cadbury is three times of the total costs of Temptation. The total costs of Kitkat and Five Star is Rs.10. Tenu lives on the even numbered floor but neither immediately above nor immediately below Renu. 
1. Who among the following likes Perk? 
A. Renu 
B. Venu 
C. Prabhu 
D. Banu 
E. None of these 
2. How many person sits between the one who likes Milky bar and the one who likes Five Star? 
A. One 
B. Two 
C. Three 
D. Four 
E. None of these
3. Which of the following combinations is correct? 
A. Anu- Kitkat 
B. Prabhu-Five Star 
C. Renu-Milky bar 
D. Venu-Munch 
E. None of these 
4. What is the difference between the cost of Milky bar and Perk? 
A. Rs.2    
B. Rs.4     
C. Rs.5     
D. Rs.3    
E. None of these 
5. Which of the following statement is correct? 
A. The one who likes Milky bar lives on the topmost floor and the cost is Rs.6 
B. Prabhu likes Five Star and lives on the lowermost floor 
C. The total cost of the chocolates likes Anu and Venu is Rs.15 
D. Tenu likes Cadbury it costs Rs.8 and lives on the floor number 6. 
E. None of these
Solution-
Directions (6-10) : Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 
In a certain language, 
‘CLIPS REFINE APPRECIATE MASSAGE’ is coded as ‘13#FI 8##S 16I 4###EC’ 
‘EFFORTS RECRUITMENT MIND SOULFUL’ is coded as ‘7##L 2###I 9IN 14#O’ 
‘STUDIO LOTION RETRIBUTE REQUIRED’ is coded as ‘4UD 13###I 14##UI 2#TI’ 
‘MODULE MOVEMENT ANCIENT MATTER’ is coded as ‘19I 5#TT 7##EM 8DU’ 
6. What is the code for ‘MOISTURISER’? 
A. 13#U 
B. 5###U 
C. 8##U 
D. 5###TU 
E. None of these 
7. ‘ROTATING’ is coded as? 
A. 9#AT 
B. 9##T 
C. 11#AT 
D. 11##AT 
E. None of these 
8. Which of the following word is coded as ‘1##M’? 
A. SUPERMARKET 
B. STUPIDITY 
C. SUMMARY 
D. FAILURE 
E. None of these 
9. MOVEMENT is coded as? 
A. 19I 
B. 5#TT 
C. 7##EM 
D. 8DU 
E. None of these 
10. EFFORTS is coded as? 
A. 7##L 
B. 2###I 
C. 9IN 
D. 14#O 
E. None of these 
Solution-
6. B 
7. C 
8. A 
9. C 
10. D 
The coding language used to code the given sentences should be decoded in three steps. 
Step I: The first element of the code is the difference in the alphabetic positions of first and the last alphabets of the word. 
Step II: The second element of the code is the symbol on the basis of the number of pairs of same letters in the words. For 1 pair = # For 2 pairs = ## For 3 pairs = ### 
Step III: The third element of the code is the middle alphabet/alphabets of the word. 
For example, APPRECIATE is coded as ‘4###EC’ Difference of A and E = 5 – 1= 4 Three pairs (AA, EE, PP) = ### EC are the middle alphabets.