New Pattern Machine Input Output for SBI PO Mains 2018
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Machine Input Output for SBI PO Mains  Set 13
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Question 1 of 9
1. Question
Directions: Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions. An inputoutput is given in different steps. Some mathematical operations are done in each step. No mathematical operation is repeated in next step.
Find the multiplication of the first two numbers in step III?
Correct
None of these
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:
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None of these
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:

Question 2 of 9
2. Question
Directions: Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions. An inputoutput is given in different steps. Some mathematical operations are done in each step. No mathematical operation is repeated in next step.
What is the final step of the given input?
Correct
36
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:
Incorrect
36
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:

Question 3 of 9
3. Question
Directions: Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions. An inputoutput is given in different steps. Some mathematical operations are done in each step. No mathematical operation is repeated in next step.
What is the difference between the numbers obtained in step II?
Correct
28
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:
Incorrect
28
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:

Question 4 of 9
4. Question
Directions: Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions. An inputoutput is given in different steps. Some mathematical operations are done in each step. No mathematical operation is repeated in next step.
If the value “8” is multiply with the final output’s first digit then what will be the resultant value?
Correct
24
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:
Incorrect
24
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:

Question 5 of 9
5. Question
Directions: Study the given information carefully and answer the given questions. An inputoutput is given in different steps. Some mathematical operations are done in each step. No mathematical operation is repeated in next step.
Which of the following represents the multiple of the first digit of the third value and the second digit of the First value in Step I of the given input?
Correct
25
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:
Incorrect
25
Step I: Write the difference of the digits of first table in the first cell and then in the second cell, write the difference of the digits of fourth table. Perform the same operation for table second and fifth, and for table third and sixth. After this, step we are left with three tables.
Step II: Write the difference of the numbers (considering the whole table) of first and second table. Then write the difference of the numbers of second and third table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step III: Write the square of the difference of the digits in first table and also for second table. After this step, we are left with two tables.
Step IV: Write the sum of both the numbers (considering the whole table) in first table and in second table. The final arrangement will be:

Question 6 of 9
6. Question
Direction – A word and number arrangement machine when given an input line of words and numbers rearranges them following a particular rule in each step. The following is an illustration of input and rearrangement.
Input utys hltk 37 21 19 48 gmrd fexn
Step I: gdwo 100 utys hltk 37 21 48 gmrd
Step II: hlqe 100 gdwo 100 utys hltk 21 48
Step III: iksl 9 hlqe 100 gdwo 100 utys 48
Step IV: vsxt 144 iksl 9 hlqe 100 gdwo 100
Answer the following questions based on the following input: –
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvdWhat will be the difference of the number which is second from the left end of step I and which is third from the right end of step III?
Correct
C. 0
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64Incorrect
C. 0
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 
Question 7 of 9
7. Question
What will be the third step of the given input?
Correct
C. Step III rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64Incorrect
C. Step III rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 
Question 8 of 9
8. Question
Which of the following word/number will be third to the left of sixth from the left end in step II?
Correct
D. diqy
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64Incorrect
D. diqy
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 
Question 9 of 9
9. Question
What will be the twice of the difference of sixth number from the left end of step I and fifth number from right end of step IV?
Correct
B. 42
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64Incorrect
B. 42
In the given InputOutput one word and one number is being arranged simultaneously in each step.
For Words In first step The word which comes first according to alphabetical series will be arranged from left end such that its first and last letter of the word will be replaced with its next letter and rest of the letters are replaced with their preceding letter. Then the next word according to alphabetical order will be arranged in second step from the left end and so on………..
For numbers All the numbers are arranged with the one word simultaneously in each step, such that first the prime numbers are arranged in ascending order and then nonprime numbers will be arranged. Each of the number will be arranged by following logic as number will be replaced with the square of the addition of the digits of that number after arrangement.
Input qewb 23 plsf 17 15 cjrx 36 ytvd
Step I: diqy 64 qewb 23 plsf 15 36 ytvd
Step II: qkrg 25 diqy 64 qewb 15 36 ytvd
Step III: rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64 36 ytvd
Step IV: zsue 81 rdvc 36 qkrg 25 diqy 64
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