# Reasoning Quiz – Puzzle & New Coding-Decoding – 19

Hello and welcome to exampundit. Here is a set of Reasoning Quiz on Puzzle and New pattern Coding-Decoding for upcoming Syndicate Bank PGDBF, Canara Bank PGDBF, SBI PO 2018 exams.

### Puzzle

6 People A,B,C,D,E,F, seating in 6 Rows of a Stadium, numbered like 1,2 and so on – Watching Athletics. And they support 6 different countries – China, Brazil, Japan, USA, India, Russia but not necessarily in the same order. The person who supports China is seating on an even numbered row. Russia is in between China and Japan. The one who supports India is neither D nor F. Who is on the last row neither supports India nor China. F neither supports Russia nor Brazil, but seating on 3rd row. A is seating immediately after the person who supports China. D neither supports Japan nor USA. B supports India but not seating on 5th or 4th row. The person who’s seating on second row neither supports India nor China. C neither supports China or Japan.

1. Who supports China?

(A) E

(B) C

(C) A

(D) None of these

Option: D

1. Who is on the last row?

(A) Russia

(B) E

(C) Brazil

(D) None of these

Option: B

1. F supports:

(A) USA

(B) China

(C) Japan

(D) None of these

Option: A

1. B is on the ___ row:

(A) 2nd

(B) 6th

(C) 1st

(D) None of these

Option: C

1. Who is in between F and A?

(A) D

(B) C

(C) B

(D) None of these

Option: A

1. Who is seating immediately after the person who supports Japan?

(A) F

(B) A

(C) Cannot be determined

(D) None

Option: D

Show Solution
 A Russia 5th row B India 1st row C Brazil 2nd row D China 4th row E Japan 6th row F USA 3rd row

### New Pattern Coding-Decoding

River Train Bridged Olympic  ?&7  @*5  @&5  @&7

Eye Unity Sky China ?*5  @&3  ?&3  @*5

1. @*5 stands for:

(A) Sky

(B) Unity

(C) China

(D) A or C

Option: C

1. The code for Train is:

(A) @*5

(B) @&5

(C) @&7

(D) A or B

Option: A

1. ?&3 stands for –

(A) Unity

(B) Eye

(C) Sky

(D) A or B

Option: B

1. What is the code for River?

(A) @&7

(B) @*5

(C) ?&7

(D) None of these

Option: D

Show Solutions

1st digit: if the first letter of the word is a consonant then use @ and if it is a vowel then use ?.

2nd digit: if the middle letter of the word is a consonant then use & and if it is a vowel then use *.

3rd digit: total number of the letters in a word.

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