# Box Based New Pattern Input Output Questions | New Pattern Input Output Questions PDF

Direction: Read the given information carefully and answer the questions given beside:

Consider the following steps for given input and read the instructions to reach the last step:

Input to step 1:

Step 1 to step 2:

Step 2 to step 3:

Instructions:

Input to Step 1: Only letters are exchanged on the basis of the arrows given.

Step1 to 2:

If both letters are the consonants, change both letters with the preceding letter and add 1.
If there is one vowel and one consonant, change both the letters with the succeeding letter and less 2.
If there is only one letter, add 2.

Step 2 to 3: It follows some pattern which is different form the one used above.

Input:

Important for :
1
What will be the sum of all the numbers in step II of given input?
» Explain it
A
Sum of all the numbers in step II of given input is 46.

Option A, is hence the correct answer.

Final output:

Common explanation:

Input → Step 1

Reference:

Only letters are exchanged on the basis of the arrows given.

Inference:

Input to step 1:

Step 1 → Step 2

Reference:

If both letters are the consonants, change both of them with the preceding letter and add 1.
If there is one vowel and one consonant, change both of them with the succeeding letter and subtract 2.
If there is only one letter, add 2.

Inference:

Boxes in which both letters are consonants:
TN7 and SV2

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with the preceding letter and then will add 1.
It becomes:

SM8, RU3

Boxes in which, there is one vowel and one consonant are:
AF3 and EM9

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with their succeeding letter and subtract 2.
It becomes:

BG1 and FN7

Boxes with only one letter are:
O4, C6, R1, H8

Now, according to the hint, we will add 2.
It becomes:

O6, C8, R3, H10

Step 2 → Step 3

Reference:

It follows some pattern which is different form the one used above.

Inference: Now, rows move in a cyclic fashion i.e. lowermost row reaches the top place and the middle one comes one step downward (keeping the middle  box empty) and so on.

Step 2 to step 3:

Final Output:

2
Which of the following represents the second element in 3rd row of step 1?
» Explain it
D
EM 9 represents the second element in 3rd row of step 1.

Option D, is hence the correct answer.

Final output:

Common explanation:

Input → Step 1

Reference:

Only letters are exchanged on the basis of the arrows given.

Inference:

Input to step 1:

Step 1 → Step 2

Reference:

If both letters are the consonants, change both of them with the preceding letter and add 1.
If there is one vowel and one consonant, change both of them with the succeeding letter and subtract 2.
If there is only one letter, add 2.

Inference:

Boxes in which both letters are consonants:
TN7 and SV2

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with the preceding letter and then will add 1.
It becomes:

SM8, RU3

Boxes in which, there is one vowel and one consonant are:
AF3 and EM9

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with their succeeding letter and subtract 2.
It becomes:

BG1 and FN7

Boxes with only one letter are:
O4, C6, R1, H8

Now, according to the hint, we will add 2.
It becomes:

O6, C8, R3, H10

Step 2 → Step 3

Reference:

It follows some pattern which is different form the one used above.

Inference: Now, rows move in a cyclic fashion i.e. lowermost row reaches the top place and the middle one comes one step downward (keeping the middle  box empty) and so on.

Step 2 to step 3:

Final Output:

3
How many vowels are there in step 3?
» Explain it
B
2 Vowels are there in step 3.

Option B, is hence the correct answer.

Final output:

Common explanation:

Input → Step 1

Reference:

Only letters are exchanged on the basis of the arrows given.

Inference:

Input to step 1:

Step 1 → Step 2

Reference:

If both letters are the consonants, change both of them with the preceding letter and add 1.
If there is one vowel and one consonant, change both of them with the succeeding letter and subtract 2.
If there is only one letter, add 2.

Inference:

Boxes in which both letters are consonants:
TN7 and SV2

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with the preceding letter and then will add 1.
It becomes:

SM8, RU3

Boxes in which, there is one vowel and one consonant are:
AF3 and EM9

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with their succeeding letter and subtract 2.
It becomes:

BG1 and FN7

Boxes with only one letter are:
O4, C6, R1, H8

Now, according to the hint, we will add 2.
It becomes:

O6, C8, R3, H10

Step 2 → Step 3

Reference:

It follows some pattern which is different form the one used above.

Inference: Now, rows move in a cyclic fashion i.e. lowermost row reaches the top place and the middle one comes one step downward (keeping the middle  box empty) and so on.

Step 2 to step 3:

Final Output:

4
In step 2 how many alphabet are repeated?
» Explain it
A
Only one alphabet is repeated.

Option A, is hence the correct answer.

Final output:

Common explanation:

Input → Step 1

Reference:

Only letters are exchanged on the basis of the arrows given.

Inference:

Input to step 1:

Step 1 → Step 2

Reference:

If both letters are the consonants, change both of them with the preceding letter and add 1.
If there is one vowel and one consonant, change both of them with the succeeding letter and subtract 2.
If there is only one letter, add 2.

Inference:

Boxes in which both letters are consonants:
TN7 and SV2

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with the preceding letter and then will add 1.
It becomes:

SM8, RU3

Boxes in which, there is one vowel and one consonant are:
AF3 and EM9

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with their succeeding letter and subtract 2.
It becomes:

BG1 and FN7

Boxes with only one letter are:
O4, C6, R1, H8

Now, according to the hint, we will add 2.
It becomes:

O6, C8, R3, H10

Step 2 → Step 3

Reference:

It follows some pattern which is different form the one used above.

Inference: Now, rows move in a cyclic fashion i.e. lowermost row reaches the top place and the middle one comes one step downward (keeping the middle  box empty) and so on.

Step 2 to step 3:

Final Output:

5
What is the sum of all odd numbers in step 3 of given input?
» Explain it
C
Sum of all odd numbers in step 3 of given input is 14.

Option C, is hence the correct answer.

Final output:

Common explanation:

Input → Step 1

Reference:

Only letters are exchanged on the basis of the arrows given.

Inference:

Input to step 1:

Step 1 → Step 2

Reference:

If both letters are the consonants, change both of them with the preceding letter and add 1.
If there is one vowel and one consonant, change both of them with the succeeding letter and subtract 2.
If there is only one letter, add 2.

Inference:

Boxes in which both letters are consonants:
TN7 and SV2

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with the preceding letter and then will add 1.
It becomes:

SM8, RU3

Boxes in which, there is one vowel and one consonant are:
AF3 and EM9

Now, according to the hint, we will change these letters with their succeeding letter and subtract 2.
It becomes:

BG1 and FN7

Boxes with only one letter are:
O4, C6, R1, H8

Now, according to the hint, we will add 2.
It becomes:

O6, C8, R3, H10

Step 2 → Step 3

Reference:

It follows some pattern which is different form the one used above.

Inference: Now, rows move in a cyclic fashion i.e. lowermost row reaches the top place and the middle one comes one step downward (keeping the middle  box empty) and so on.

Step 2 to step 3:

Final Output: