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There are five friends – Sachin, Kamal, Mohan, Arun and Ram. Sachin is shorter than Kamal, but taller than Ram. Mohan is the tallest. Arun is a little shorter than Kamal and a little taller than Sachin. Who is the second tallest?
If ‘>’ stands for ‘division’, ‘v’ stands for ‘multiplication’, ‘–’ stands for ‘greater than’, ‘×’ stands for ‘less than’, ‘<’ stands for ‘addition’, ‘^’ stands for‘subtraction’, ‘+’ stands for ‘equal to’, then which of the following equation is correct?
Some statements are given followed by two Conclusions I and II. You have to consider the statements to be true, even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. You are to decide which of the given conclusions can definitely be drawn from the given statements. Indicate your answer.
A word is represented by only one set of numbers as given in any one of the alternatives. The sets of numbers given in the alternatives are represented by two classes of alphabets as in two matrices given below.
Matrix I are numbered from 0 to 4 and that of Matrix II are numbered from 5 to 9. A letter from these matrices can be represented first by its row and next by its column. e.g., ‘E’ can be represented by 02, 43, 68 etc., and ‘N’ can be represented by 21, 65, 95 etc. Similarly, you have to identify the number set for the word given below.