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Point B is 25 m south of point A. Point C is 30 m east of point B. Point D is 15 m north of point C. Point E is 10 m west of point D. **(Set 1 Q. 1)**

D

Following the common explanation we can say point D is 10 m away and towards south of point X.

Hence, the correct answer is option**D**.

Hence, the correct answer is option

Point B is 25 m south of point A.

Point C is 30 m east of point B.

Point D is 15 m north of point C.

Point E is 10 m west of point D.

Using the above information we can drawn a following figure:

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Point B is 25 m south of point A. Point C is 30 m east of point B. Point D is 15 m north of point C. Point E is 10 m west of point D. ** (Set 1 Q. 2)**

B

Following the common explanation we can say point A is in northwest direction with respect to point E.

Hence, the correct answer is option**B**.

Hence, the correct answer is option

Point B is 25 m south of point A.

Point C is 30 m east of point B.

Point D is 15 m north of point C.

Point E is 10 m west of point D.

Using the above information we can drawn a following figure:

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Aman started from his school, walks 11 m towards the north then takes a right turn and walks 9 m after that he takes right turn again, walks 17 m and stops at his house. Rajat also starts from the same School, walks 14 m towards the south, then takes a left turn and walks 15 m before stopping at his house. **(Set 2 Q. 1)**

B

Following the final solution we can say that School is in northwest direction with respect to Aman’s house.

Hence, the correct answer is option

Aman started from his home, walks 11 m towards the north then takes a right turn and walks 9 m after that he takes right turn again, walks 17 m and stops at his house.

Here, the path of Aman is marked in red colour.

Rajat also starts from the same School, walks 14 m towards the south, then takes a left turn and walks 15 m before stopping at his house.

Here, the path of Rajat is marked in blue colour.

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Aman started from his school, walks 11 m towards the north then takes a right turn and walks 9 m after that he takes right turn again, walks 17 m and stops at his house. Rajat also starts from the same School, walks 14 m towards the south, then takes a left turn and walks 15 m before stopping at his house. **(Set 2 Q. 2)**

D

Following the final solution we can say that the shortest distance between Rajat’s house and Aman’s house is 10 m.

Hence, the correct answer is option**D**.

Hence, the correct answer is option

Aman started from his home, walks 11 m towards the north then takes a right turn and walks 9 m after that he takes right turn again, walks 17 m and stops at his house.

Here, the path of Aman is marked in red colour.

Rajat also starts from the same School, walks 14 m towards the south, then takes a left turn and walks 15 m before stopping at his house.

Here, the path of Rajat is marked in blue colour.

5

Nine shops –S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8 and S9 were located at some distance from each other in a shopping complex. S3 was 16 m % to that of S2. S1 was 6 m # of that of S2 and S8 was 12 m @ of that of S1. S7 was 8 m $ of that of S8 while S4 was 24 m % of that of S7 and S6 was 12 m # of that of S7. S9 was situated just in the middle of S2 and S3 while S5 was just in the middle of S8 and S4.

Here, # means North, @ means South, % means East and $ means West

**Note:** If two symbols are given simultaneously then we will consider both the directions.

For example,

X#%Y means Y is to the North-East of X

Y#%X means X is to the North-East of Y**(Set 3 Q. 1)**

Here, # means North, @ means South, % means East and $ means West

For example,

X#%Y means Y is to the North-East of X

Y#%X means X is to the North-East of Y

A. S9$S2#$S6 B. S2@$S7 C. S2@%S4

A

After decoding the options, we get:

S9$S2#$S6 → S2 is to the west of S9 and S6 is to the northwest of S2.

S2@$S7 → S7 is to the southwest of S2

S2@%S4 → S4 is to the southeast of S2

Here, we can see that all of the options follow with the figure we made.

Hence, the correct answer is option A.

S9$S2#$S6 → S2 is to the west of S9 and S6 is to the northwest of S2.

S2@$S7 → S7 is to the southwest of S2

S2@%S4 → S4 is to the southeast of S2

Here, we can see that all of the options follow with the figure we made.

Hence, the correct answer is option A.

Here, # means North, @ means South, % means East and $ means West

For example,

X#%Y means Y is to the North-East of X

Y#%X means X is to the North-East of Y

We will keep this information in mind while solving the puzzle.

Nine shops –S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8 and S9 were located at some distance from each other in a shopping complex. S3 was 16 m % to that of S2. S1 was 6 m # of that of S2 and S8 was 12 m @ of that of S1. S7 was 8 m $ of that of S8 while S4 was 24 m % of that of S7 and S6 was 12 m # of that of S7. S9 was situated just in the middle of S2 and S3 while S5 was just in the middle of S8 and S4.

After decoding the symbols above statement can be rewritten as:

Nine shops –1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 were located at some distance from each other in a shopping complex. S3 was 16 m east to that of S2. S1 was 6 m north of that of S2 and S8 was 12 m south of that of S1. S7 was 8 m west of that of S8 while S4 was 24 m east of that of S7 and S6 was 16 m north of that of S7. S9 was situated just in the middle of S2 and S3 while S5 was just in the middle of S8 and S4.

At this point we can easily create a rough map of the location of these shops: