# Verbal Reasoning Inserting Missing Characters notes-CSEET

**Verbal Reasoning Inserting Missing Characters:**

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## Verbal Reasoning Inserting Missing Characters:

**Inserting Missing Characters**

In such type of questions, a figure, a set of figures, an arrangement or a matrix is given.

Each figure contain certains characters, numbers, letters or a group/combination of letters/numbers, following a certain pattern.

The candidate is required to convert this pattern and accordingly find the missing character in the figure. Need to develop the ability to identify the missing character with the help of figures provided.

**Sample Questions**

**Insert the missing number in each of the following**

- 105 2. 142 3. 128 4 118

**Answer : 3**

Explanation : The pattern is: 62+28/10 = 9; 18+52/10 = 7. So, missing number= x+32/10 = 16, x=128.

- 80 2. 90 3. 72 4. 64

**Answer : 2**

**Explanation **: The pattern is: (12×4)-(5×3)=33,(15×7)-(8×6)=57. So, Missing number = (17×9)-(9×7)=90.

- 18 2. 20 3. 23 4 25

**Answer : 2**

Explanation : The pattern is: (65+25) – (33+25) =32, (32+9)-(15+6)=20. So, missing number = (18+20)-(13+5)=20. So answer is option 2

- 27 2. 15 3. 30 4. 63

**Answer : 4**

Explanation : Going anticlockwise starting from 0, the terms are: 12 – 1, 22 – 1, 32 – 1. So, missing number = 42 – 1 = 15. So answer is option 2

- 64 2. 18 3. 24 4. 27

**Answer : 1**

Explanation : Going anticlockwise starting from 1, numbers are 1^{3},2^{3},3^{3}, 4^{3}. So missing number is 64. So answer is option 1

17 | 16 | 15 |

52 | 39 | 26 |

29 | 44 | 59 |

37 | ? | 45 |

- 41 2. 43 3. 31 4. 40

**Answer : 1**

Explanation : In the each row middle term is average of extreme terms 17 + 15/2 = 16, 52+26/2 = 39. So, missing number =37+45/2 = 41 .Hence, the answer is option 1

P | J | 0 |

A | D | 1 |

0 | F | ? |

- F 2. G 3. H 4. K

**Answer : 1**

Explanation : Positions of alphabets (A to Z) is (1 -26) we have: In the first column, P-A= 16-1 = 15=0.

In the second column, J-D=10-4=6=F.

So, in the third column, missing letter =O-I=15-9=6 =F So the answer is option 1

Find the missing term in each of the following

- 445 2. 446 3. 472 4. 435

**Answer : 1**

Explanation : We have : 1×1 + 1 =2, 2×2+2=6, 6×3+3 = 21,21 ×4+4=88. So, missing number=88×5+5=445 so answer is option 1

- 8 2. 9 3. 4 4. 25

**Answer : 3**

Explanation : The two ends of each line contain a number and its square – 5. e.g. 15^{1 2}-5 = 220, 18^{2}-5=319 So, missing number =3^{2}-5=4. So answer is option 3

- 70 2. 206 3. 106 4 100

**Answer : 2**

Explanation : The pattern is middle number is sum of extreme terms. So, missing number = 52+48+49+57=206 So the answer is option 2

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