Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Class 6 MCQ

# Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Class 6 MCQ

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## 10 Questions MCQ Test Science Olympiad Class 6 - Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3

Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 for Class 6 2024 is part of Science Olympiad Class 6 preparation. The Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 questions and answers have been prepared according to the Class 6 exam syllabus.The Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 MCQs are made for Class 6 2024 Exam. Find important definitions, questions, notes, meanings, examples, exercises, MCQs and online tests for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 below.
Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 1

### If code of 'EF' is 'FG', then find the code of 'AB'.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 1

In the given pattern, each letter seems to be moving one step ahead. For instance, E becomes F and F becomes G. Following the same logic, A will become B and B will become C, resulting in the code 'BC'.

Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 2

### In a certain code language 'go there' is written as 'to po' and 'stay there' is written as 'mo po'. Find the code for 'there'.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 2
Analyzing the patterns, 'there' consistently translates to 'po' in both statements. Hence, the code for 'there' is 'po'.
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Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 3

### If WIST is coded as 'JKL', then 'DPG' is coded as...

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 3
To decode 'WIST' to 'JKL', it seems the positions of the letters are shifted backward by three places. Applying the same rule to 'DPG', we get 'ENB'.
Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 4
If 'Sugar' is called 'Book', 'Book' is called 'Salf and 'Salt' is called 'Sweet', then what do we read?
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 4
From the given codes, 'Sugar' is represented as 'Book', so reversing the coding, 'Book' is 'Salf', and 'Salt' is 'Sweet'. Hence, 'Sugar' is what we read.
Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 5
If code for 'TEAM' = 'MEAT', then code for 'HEAR' = '?'.
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 5
The pattern here is a reversal of the letters. So, 'HEAR' would be coded as 'RAEH', but when the letters are reversed, the answer becomes 'AEHR'.
Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 6

If 'MKH' is coded as 'NPS', then how will 'DFJ' be coded?

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Option [c] is correct because letters are coded with their opposite letters (see 'Table 3'). Let us see: From 'Table3':  Similarly, From 'Table ':   Clearly, code for 'DFJ' will be 'WUQ'.

Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 7

If code for 'MP' = 'LO', then code for 'LL' = '?'.

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The pattern seems to be moving each letter one step backward. So, applying this to 'LL', the code will be 'KK'.

Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 8
In a certain code language 'A' is coded as '5', 'B' is coded as '6', 'C' is coded as '7' and so on, then find the code of 'DDCE'.
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 8
Following the pattern where each letter is represented by its position in the alphabet, 'D' corresponds to '4', 'E' corresponds to '5', so 'DDCE' translates to '4455' which is '9788'.
Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 9
In a certain code language 'i will go' is written as 'ta ma ra' and 'i will eat' is written as 'ta ma ga', then code for 'eat' is...
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 9
From the given statements, 'eat' is represented by 'ga'. Hence, 'ga' is the code for 'eat'.
Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 10
If the code for 'G' = '20', then code for 'J' = '?'.
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Coding-Decoding - 3 - Question 10
The pattern seems to involve adding 12 to the alphabetical position of the letter. 'G' is the 7th letter, and adding 12 gives '19', which corresponds to 'J'.

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