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Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 1

If REUNION LIMITED is written as QAOMEIM KELESAC, how will SCHOOL be written?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 1

C is the correct option.In the given coded word each constant is substituted by preceding constant and each vowel is also substituted by preceding vowel. Hence, SCHOOL will be codes as RBGIIK.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 2

If ROME BOMBAY is written as SUNI CUNCEZ, how will ASIA will be written?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 2

Vowel is coded by the next vowel and consonant is coded by the next consonant. Therefore, using the same pattern 'ASIA will' be coded as ETOE.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 3

If TEMPORARY is written as YRAROPMET, how will PERMANENT will be written?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 3

All the alphabets are reversed in TEMPORARY. Hence, PERMANENT would be TNENAMREP.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 4

If TEMPORARY is written as GVNKLIZIB how will PERMANENT be written?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 4

The formula is = 27 - no. of the alphabet on which it is placed. = the answer

27 - 20(T) = 7(G)

Similarly the whole word will be done like this 

Also 

27 - (P)16 = 11 (K)

27 - (E)5  = 22(V)

And so on...

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 5

In a certain code language, 123 means ‘I prefer coffee’, 356 means ‘They dislike coffee’, and 589 means ‘They want tea’, which digit stands for ‘dislike’?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 5

In the first and second statements, the common code digit is '3' and the common word is 'coffee'.
So, '3' means 'coffee'.
In the second and third statements, the common code digit '5' and the common word is 'they'.
So, '5' means 'they'.
Thus, in the second statements, '6' means 'dislike'.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 6

If in a certain language BLEMISH is coded as AODPHVG, how is CHAPTER coded in that code?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 6

Here, the coded letters at odd places are one place before and those at even places are three places ahead of the corresponding letters in the given word.
Similarly, CHAPTER is coded as BKZSSHQ.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 7

In a certain code “ Nee Chi Tee” means “Ring the bell”, “Ki chi Ba” means “Bell is black” and “Su nee ki la” means “The pen is red. Which code stands for ‘Ring’?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 7

In 'nee chi tee' and 'ki chi ba' the common word is chi and in their meaning the common word is bell. Hence, chi means bell.
Similarly in 'nee chi tee' and 'su nee ki la' nee is common and in their respective meanings 'the' is common, which means nee=the. The remaining word in nee chi tee is tee, which means the remaing word ring. 

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 8

If man is called lady, lady is called girl. Girl is called boy, boy is called butler and butler is called rogue, who will serve in a restaurant.

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 8

A 'butler' serves in a restaurant but 'butler' is called 'rogue'.
So a 'rouge' will serve in the restaurant.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 9

If in a certain language 943 is coded as BED and 12448 is coded as SWEET. How is 492311 coded in that languages?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 9

The numbers are coded as shown:
9431 2 8

BEDSWT

i.e. 4 as E,
9 as B,
2 as W,
3 as D and
1 as S.
So, 492311 is coded as EBWDSS.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 10

If TEMPORARY is written as BEDGFIAIG, how will PERMANENT be written?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 10

By comparing TEMPORARY with BEDGFIAIG, the coded Letters for each letter will be:
P - G
E - E
R - I
M - D
A - A
N - ?
E - E
N - ?
T - B
Since, none of the options mentioned suits with the coded letters, the option 'D' will be correct.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 11

In a certain code language BLUNDER is written as LBNURED. Then how will QUICKER be written in that code?                

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 11

The consecutive alphabets places are interchanged and the last 3 alphabets and reversed 
i.e in QUICKER
Q and U are interchanged and form UQ
I and C are interchanged and form CI
KER, the last alphabets will be reversed to form REK.
Combining all, we get UQCIREK.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 12

In a certain code language

  I. ‘Do No Pa’ means ‘Amit is lucky’.

  II.  ‘Po Cho To’ means ‘She was there’.

  III. Po No Bo’ means ‘She is beautiful’.

Then which of the following is the code for ‘lucky’?  

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 12

In the sentence, 'Do No Pa' and 'Po No Bo', the word No is common. Moreover, in their explanations 'is' common as well. Hence, here 'No' means 'is'. Since, the meaning of 'Do' and 'Pa' is ambiguous, the word 'lucky' could mean either of the two.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 13

How will you write ‘is’ in a certain code?

  1. Old is Gold means ‘cha ta ni’
  2. Gold to Sold means ‘si ni ki’
  3. me fold old means ‘ti pa ta’
Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 13

Here,

By comparing 1 and 2, we find 

Gold = ni
By comparing 1 and 3, we find

old = ta
Hence, 'is' should be 'cha'.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 14

In a certain code language the word FUNCTION is written as UCINHPVQ. How will the word REGULATE be written in that language?           

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 14

In the code, FUNCTION is written as UCHINHPVQ.

Here, the alphabets at even places have been written as it is and the alphabets at odd places have been moved 2 places ahead. 

Hence, REGULATE is EUAETINV       

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 15

The consonants of English alphabet have been coded by using Greek alphabets as given in the table and vowels by using different digits.

If any vowel is neither in the beginning nor at the end, it is coded as ‘3’. If any vowel is at the beginning or at the end, it is coded as ‘7’. However, if the same vowel is placed at both beginning and the end, it is coded as ‘9’ respectively.

Q. How will the following letter groups be coded?

  ERLMTNO

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 15

 A vowel is at the beginning or at the end, it is coded as ‘7’.

7 _ _ _ _ _ 7

=> From the table, we can substitute letters from symbols

R --> Ψ

L --> β

M --> ε

T --> γ

N --> α

ERLMTNO = 7Ψβεγα7

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 16

 

In a certain language if A is written as 2, B as 4 and C as 6 what do the figure 12, 10, 10, 8 stands for?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 16

12   10   10   8
F      E     E    D

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 17

The consonants of English alphabet have been coded by using Greek alphabets as given in the table and vowels by using different digits.

If any vowel is neither in the beginning nor at the end, it is coded as ‘3’. If any vowel is at the beginning or at the end, it is coded as ‘7’. However, if the same vowel is placed at both beginning and the end, it is coded as ‘9’ respectively.

Q. How will the following letter groups be coded?

IYQHZEXI  

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 17

As instructed in the question, the same vowels placed at both beginning and end should be coded as 9.

Hence, the code should be:

9ψβαφ9ε9

None of the options match the instruction, hence the answer is option d.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 18

The consonants of English alphabet have been coded by using Greek alphabets as given in the table and vowels by using different digits.

If any vowel is neither in the beginning nor at the end, it is coded as ‘3’. If any vowel is at the beginning or at the end, it is coded as ‘7’. However, if the same vowel is placed at both beginning and the end, it is coded as ‘9’ respectively.

Q. How will the following letter groups be coded?

AVILFKPU     

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 18

As per the instructions, AVILFKPU should be coded as:

7β7βφδγ7

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 19

The consonants of English alphabet have been coded by using Greek alphabets as given in the table and vowels by using different digits.

If any vowel is neither in the beginning nor at the end, it is coded as ‘3’. If any vowel is at the beginning or at the end, it is coded as ‘7’. However, if the same vowel is placed at both beginning and the end, it is coded as ‘9’ respectively.

Q. How will the following letter groups be coded?

UGHIBOCSU    

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 19

As instructed in the question, the same vowels placed at both beginning and end should be coded as 9.

Hence, the code should be:

9εα9δ9γφ9

None of the options match the instruction, hence the answer is option d.

Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 20

 How will the following letter groups be coded?

In a certain code CURATIVE is written as BSVDDUHS. How is STEAMING written in that code?

Detailed Solution for Test: Coding - Decoding- 2 - Question 20

The correct option is A.

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