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## Coding Decoding Quiz 2

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# Coding Decoding Quiz 2

Directions (Question 1-5)- Study the following information to answer the given questions.

In a certain code language

(i) ‘Some Things Are Magical’ ‘ta ji po yu’

(ii) ‘These Are Some Civilians’ ‘yu ni po tu’

(iii) ‘Are These Things Real’ ‘pe ji yu ni’

Question 1- What is the code for ‘Are’?

(A) ta

(B) yu

(C) ji

(D) ni

(E) pe

Question 2- What is the code for ‘Things’?

(A) pe

(B) po

(C) ni

(D) ji

(E) tu

Question 3- What will be the code for ‘These Civilians Are Real’?

(A) tu pe yu ni

(B) po yu pe ni

(C) tu ji pe ni

(D) po pe yu tu

(E) Can’t be determined

Question 4- Which of the above statements is/are not necessary to answer question no. 23?

(A)  (i)

(B)  (ii)

(C)  (iii)

(D) Can’t be determined

(E) None of these

Question 5- What is the code for ‘Some’?

(A) yu

(B) ni

(C) tu

(D) po

(E) pe

Directions (Question 6-10)- In each question below is given a group of digits and symbols followed by group of letters or vice-versa as option (A), (B), (C) , (D). You have to find out which of the combination is correctly represents the group of letters or digit/symbol based on the following digit/symbol code or letters and the conditions that follow and mark the option as your answer. If none of the combination correctly represents the group of letters, give (E), ie ‘None of these’ as your answer.

Digits in the numbers and symbols are coded as follows:

 D/S 3 0 6 # 4 8 % 5 ? 1 9 @ 7 2 Let A C F N P U Y M G B J X L K

Conditions:

(i) If first and last digits are odd, they are to be coded as &

(ii) If first and last digits are even, they are to be coded as \$

(iii) If 0 is preceded as well as followed by even digits, they are to be coded as +

(iv) If 0 is preceded as well as followed by odd digits, they are to be coded as !

(v) 0 should not be considered as even or odd.

Question 6- 6#501%32

(A) &NM!BYA&

(B) \$NM!BYA\$

(C) &NMCBYA&

(D) \$NMCBYA\$

(E) None of these

Question 7- 501?94@7

(A) \$!BGJPX\$

(B) \$CBGJPX\$

(C) &CBGJPX&

(D) &!BGJPX&

Question 8- \$NP+UMX\$

(A) 2#4085@7

(B) 7#4085@6

(C) 4#4085@8

(D) 5#4085@7

(E) None of these

Question 9- &UCMXLG&

(A) 2805@7?3

(B) 1805@7?7

(C) 2805@7?7

(D) 7805@5?4

(E) None of these

Question 10- 204?3098

(A) \$+PGA!J\$

(B) &+PAGCJ&

(C) &+PGA!J&

(D) \$+PAGCJ\$

(E) None of these

Question 11- In a certain language SALUTE is written as 5, JACKET is written as 14. How will LETTER be written in that language?

(A) 05

(B) 06

(C) 14

(D) 40

(E) None of these

Question 12- If MAGIC is REAL, REAL is IMAGINATION, IMAGINATION is THOUGHT, THOUGHT is ACTION and ACTION is MAGIC. Then in which condition you were born?

(A) MAGIC

(B) REAL

(C) IMAGINATION

(D) THOUGHT

(E) ACTION

Question 13- If 5 is 10, 10 is 20, 20 is 30, 30 is 40 and 40 is 5. Then what will be the correct answer for (30+10)40?

(A) 01

(B) 10

(C) 40

(D) 12

(E) Can’t be determined

Directions (Question 14-15): Considering the information given for the questions 14 and 15, find out which one or two or three of the words denoted by (i), (ii), (iii) correspond to the given value.

Question 14- 45

(i) His

(ii) Pik

(iii) Ohm

(A) (i) and (ii) only

(B) (i) and (iii) only

(C) (ii) and (iii) only

(D) All the three

(E) None of these

Question 15- 22

(i) Bat

(ii) Red

(iii) Hen

(A) (i) and (ii)

(B) (ii) and (iii)

(C) (ii) and (iii)

(D) Can’t be determined

(E) None of these

Solutions

1- (B) In first and second statement word ‘Some’ and ‘Are’ are common and codes ‘po’ and ‘yu’  are common, but word ‘Are’ is also used in third statement and only common code among all three sentences is ‘yu’, so ‘yu’  is the code for word ‘Are’.

2- (D) In statement one and three word ‘Are’ and ‘Things’ are common and common codes are ‘yu’ and ‘ji’, we had already found that ‘yu’ is the code for word ‘Are’ so the remaining common code ‘ji’ will be for word ‘Things’.

3- (A) In statement two and three word ‘These’ and ‘Are’ are common and the common codes are ‘ni’ and ‘yu’. We had already found that ‘yu’ is the code for word ‘Are’ so remaining code ‘ni’ will be the code for ‘These’. Now we know codes for ‘These’, ‘Things’ and ‘Are’, so the remaining code will be for ‘Real’ which is ‘pe’. In statement one and two common words are ‘Some’ and ‘Are’ and we had already found the code for ‘Are’, this means the remaining code ‘po’ will be for the word ‘Some’. Now we have codes for three words in statement two, so we can conclude that remaining code ‘tu’ is for the word ‘Civilians’.

4-(E)  To identify the codes for each word of the given statement in question we used all three statements so our answer will be none of these.

5- (D) Code for ‘Some’ is already found in explanation 23, which is ‘po’.

6(B) 1st and last digits are even so they will be changed into \$, 0 is preceded as well as followed by odd digits so 0 will be changed into !.

7(D) 1st and last digits are odd so they will be changed into &, 0 is preceded as well as followed by odd digits so 0 will be changed into !.

8(C) The code given has \$ symbol at first and last so at both places there will be even digits, there is a + sign so it will be changed into 0.

9(B) The code given has & symbol at first and last so they will be changed into odd digits, remaining will be changed according to the the table given.

10(A) First and last digits are even so they will be changed into \$, 0 is preceded as well as followed by even digits so it will be changed into +, next 0 is preceded as well as followed by odd digits so it will be changed into !.

11- (B) Addition of first two alphabets is subtracted from addition of last two alphabets.

12- (C) We are born in real, and real is said to be imagination in the question so imagination is the correct answer.

13- (D) 30 is changed into 40, 10 is changed into 20 so the sum will be 60. 40 is changed into 5, so 605 is 12.

14- (D) Add the reverse alphabetical order of the letters, if their sum is 45, then they will satisfy the question.

15- (E) Add 1st and last letter of each word, if their sum is 22, then they will satisfy the question.