Test: Inserting the Missing Character - UPSC MCQ

# Test: Inserting the Missing Character - UPSC MCQ

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Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 1

### Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 1

In the first row, F + I = 6 + 9 = 15 = O.
In the second row, A + J = 1 + 10 = 11 = K.
So, in the third row, missing letter = E + M = 5 + 13 = 18 = R.

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 2

### Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 2

In the third column, 16 × ( 32 ÷ 4) = 128
Let the missing number be x. Then, in the second column, we have :
14 × ( 24 ÷ x) = 112 ⟺ 24 ÷ x = 8 ⟺ x = 3.

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 3

### Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 3

In each row, out of the letters A, B and C, each of these must appear once.
Also, in each column, the product of the first and third numbers is equal to the second number.
So, the missing number will be (2 × 4) i.e 8 and the missing number letter will be C.

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 4

Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 4

F + P = 6 + 16 = 22; G + N = 7 + 14 = 21; J + E = 10 + 5 = 15.
Since K = 11, so value corresponding to missing letter = ( 27 – 11 ) = 16.
So, the missing letter is the 16th letter of the English alphabet, which is P. Hence, the answer is (b).

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 5

Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 5

Missing number = (7 × 10) – (4 × 6) = 46.

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 6

Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 6

So, missing number = (17 – 13)2 + (51 – 48)2 = 42 + 32 = 25.

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 7

Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 7

4 × 1 = 4;  4 × 2 = 8; 8 × 3 = 24; 24 × 4 = 96; 96 × 5 = 480
So, required number = (480 × 6) = 2880.

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 8

Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 8

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 9

Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 9

So, missing number = (34 + 11) – (14 + 6) = 25.

Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 10

Find the missing character from among the given alternatives.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inserting the Missing Character - Question 10

In the second column, ( 5 × 8) – 2 = 48.
So, missing number = ( 6 × 9) – 3 = ( 54 – 3) = 51.

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