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SBI PO Preliminary Exam - Machine Input Output Questions

Published on Monday, May 04, 2015
In view of upcoming SBI PO preliminary exam, MACHINE INPUT OUTPUT type questions are very important and need careful understanding. Here in this post I will explain easy method of solving such questions. There is a particular hint in every machine based input output questions which if cracked will make the question very easy to solve. Follow the example for better understanding:

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Input output

A number arrangement machine, when give an input of words, rearrange the numbers in a particular manner step by step as given below till all the given words are arranged in a particular order.

INPUT:  day step amiss up to block inside
Step 1: amiss day step upto block inside
Step 2: amiss block day step upto inside
Step 3: amiss block day inside step upto
Step 3 is the last step for this input of words

Methodology:

 Step 1:
In this step, select the word starting with a letter which appears in the dictionary first and place in the beginning of the sentence leaving other words unchanged, hence in step 1 the word amiss has been placed in the first position

Step 2:
 In step 2, select the word starting with a letter which appears at second position in the dictionary and place the word at the second position of the sentence leaving other words unchanged

Step 3:
Select the word starting with a letter which appears at the third position in dictionary and place the word at the third position of the sentence leaving other words unchanged.

In step 3 we get all the words arranged in order of their position in the dictionary

Hence step 3 is out last step
Keep practicing hard and keep following for more updates on upcoming examinations. Feel free to comment in the comment section for any queries.
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