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The following sequence is first reversed, then every letter beginning from position 4, counted from the left of the new sequence, is replaced by its successor in the English alphabet, and any Z after this position is replaced by A, then, how many Q will be there in the resulting sequence?

Q A C W C R V O T N J F L W R U O K X F B T G R Z

A

0

B

2

C

6

D

5

Soln.
Ans: a

The series becomes:

Z R G U C G Y L P V S X M G K O U P W S D X D B R


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