## Set-1

__Direction(1-5):__Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

__Input__**1. If the value “5” is multiply with the final output then what will be the resultant value?**

A. 20

B. 16

C. 24

D. 12

E. 28

**2. If in the first step the second digit of every number is added and subtracted by 3 then which will be the resultant value?**

A. 6

B. 2

C. 1

D. 0

E. 4

**3. Which of the following combinations represent the second digit of the third value and the first digit of the second value in Step I of the given input?**

A. 3, 2

B. 2, 3

C. 1, 2

D. 2, 1

E. 1, 3

**4. Which of the following represents the multiply of the first digit of the second value and the second digit of the first value in Step II of the given input?**

A. 4

B. 0

C. 8

D. 32

E.2

**5. Which of the following represents the multiply of the first digit of the third value and the second digit of the second value in Step I of the given input?**

A. 3

B. 6

C. 2

D. 0

E.9

#### Explanation

__Step I:__
Multiply the first digit of first number with second digit of fourth Number. Multiply the second digit of first number with first digit fourth number and now value divided by “2”.

A number arrangement machine arranges two digit numbers into a typical manner. Each step takes gives output taking input from the previous step. The following is an illustration of Input and rearrangement. Using the illustration answer the question given below.

A. 2

B. -14

C. 14

D. -2

E. 4

A. 16

B. 24

C. 32

D. 20

E. 22

A. 2, 8

B. 2, 4

C. 4, 2

D. 4, 4

E. 4, 8

A. 72

B.32

C. 16

D. 36

E. 08

A. 7

B. 6

C. 4

D. 2

E.0

**Multiply the first digit [2] of first number with second digit [3] of fourth Number. Multiply the second digit [0] of first number with first digit [1] fourth number and now value divided by “2”. [2*3=6, 0*1=0 , 60/2=30]**__Example:-__

__Step II:__
Add the first digit of all numbers in Step I and second digit of all numbers in Step I and multiply by “2”. Ex: Add first digit of all numbers [3+1+3] = 7 then multiply by “2” and output is 7*2=14.

__Step III:__
Divide second digit by first digit

__Step IV:__
Add both numbers.

## Set-2

__Direction (6-10):__Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions.

__Input-__**6. If the value “6” is added to the final output then what will be the resultant value?**

A. 2

B. -14

C. 14

D. -2

E. 4

**7. If in the first step the first digit of every number is added and multiply by 3 then which will be the resultant value?**

A. 16

B. 24

C. 32

D. 20

E. 22

**8. Which of the following combinations represent the second digit of the first value and the first digit of the third value in Step I of the given input?**

A. 2, 8

B. 2, 4

C. 4, 2

D. 4, 4

E. 4, 8

**9. Which of the following represents the multiply of the second digit of the third value and the second digit of the first value in Step I of the given input?**

A. 72

B.32

C. 16

D. 36

E. 08

**10. If in the first step the second digit of every number is added and divided by 3 then which will be the resultant value?**

A. 7

B. 6

C. 4

D. 2

E.0

#### Explanation

__Step I:__
Multiply the first digit of first number with second digit of fourth Number. Multiply the second digit of first number with first digit fourth number.

__Step II:__
Add the first digit of all numbers in Step I and second digit of all numbers in Step I and write down in the reverse order. Ex: Second digit of all numbers [4+9+8] = 21 then the output will be 12

__Step III:__
Add first digit of value first to with second digit of second value. Add Second digit of value first to with first digit of value second. Ex: [8+1=9] and [0+1=1]

__Step IV:__
Second number is subtracted from the first number.

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