Coding Decoding Questions Banking & Insurance Exams

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Reasoning Coding Decoding Questions | Set – 4

Directions:(1-5) Answer the questions based on the information given below:-

In a certain language,

“Alam was legend for everyone” is coded as “M&13, S%24, D#17, R%21, E@27”,

“This was Indian marriage” is coded as “S&28, S%24, N#23, E@14”,

“Tina work was complete” is coded as “A&29, K&38, S%24, E@18”,

“Some elephant are bigger” is coded as “E&34, T@17, E%19, R#11”

1. What is the code for “BENGAL”?
A.  L#7
B. A%6
C.  L%7
D. A#6
E. None of these

Explanation: From the above statements, we can see that each statement contains different number of letters in the words i.e. 3, 4, 6, 8. Also, each code contains symbols among @, %, &, #. So, we conclude that the words which contains 3 letter has ‘%’ symbol, 4 letters has ‘&’ symbol, 6 letters has ‘#’ symbol and  8 letters has ‘@’ symbol. Last letter of each word is written as first, then symbol and then the sum of positions of first letter and second letter of the word according to English alphabetical series.

For example, number of letters in the word ‘LEGEND’ is 6, so we would use ‘#’ symbol. Last letter of the word is D. The sum of positions of the first letter i.e. L and second letter i.e. E, in the word according to alphabetical series is 17. So, ‘LEGEND’ is coded as ‘D#17’.

Similarly, ‘BENGAL’ is coded as ‘L#7’.

2. What is the code of the word “WELL PLAYED”?
A. A@28, H&23
B. L&28, D#28
C. H#24, U@26
D. A&28, H#23
E. None of these

Correct Answer – B. L&28, D#28

Explanation:

From the above statements, we can see that each statement contains different number of letters in the words i.e. 3, 4, 6, 8. Also, each code contains symbols among @, %, &, #. So, we conclude that the words which contains 3 letter has ‘%’ symbol, 4 letters has ‘&’ symbol, 6 letters has ‘#’ symbol and  8 letters has ‘@’ symbol. Last letter of each word is written as first, then symbol and then the sum of positions of first letter and second letter of the word according to English alphabetical series.

For example, number of letters in the word ‘LEGEND’ is 6, so we would use ‘#’ symbol. Last letter of the word is D. The sum of positions of the first letter i.e. L and second letter i.e. E, in the word according to alphabetical series is 17. So, ‘LEGEND’ is coded as ‘D#17’.

Similarly, ‘WELL PLAYED’ is coded as ‘L&28, D#28’.

3. What is the code the word “BRIGHT”?

A. T#20
B. S@25
C. S%20
D. T@20
E. None of these

Explanation:

From the above statements, we can see that each statement contains different number of letters in the words i.e. 3, 4, 6, 8. Also, each code contains symbols among @, %, &, #. So, we conclude that the words which contains 3 letter has ‘%’ symbol, 4 letters has ‘&’ symbol, 6 letters has ‘#’ symbol and  8 letters has ‘@’ symbol. Last letter of each word is written as first, then symbol and then the sum of positions of first letter and second letter of the word according to English alphabetical series.

For example, number of letters in the word ‘LEGEND’ is 6, so we would use ‘#’ symbol. Last letter of the word is D. The sum of positions of the first letter i.e. L and second letter i.e. E, in the word according to alphabetical series is 17. So, ‘LEGEND’ is coded as ‘D#17’.

Similarly, ‘BRIGHT’ is coded as ‘T#20’.

4. What is the code the word “JOB”?
A. E@20
B. E%20
C. B%25
D. B@20
E. None of these

Explanation:

From the above statements, we can see that each statement contains different number of letters in the words i.e. 3, 4, 6, 8. Also, each code contains symbols among @, %, &, #. So, we conclude that the words which contains 3 letter has ‘%’ symbol, 4 letters has ‘&’ symbol, 6 letters has ‘#’ symbol and  8 letters has ‘@’ symbol. Last letter of each word is written as first, then symbol and then the sum of positions of first letter and second letter of the word according to English alphabetical series.

For example, number of letters in the word ‘LEGEND’ is 6, so we would use ‘#’ symbol. Last letter of the word is D. The sum of positions of the first letter i.e. L and second letter i.e. E, in the word according to alphabetical series is 17. So, ‘LEGEND’ is coded as ‘D#17’.

Similarly, ‘JOB’ is coded as ‘B%25’.

5. What is the code the word “NICE”?

A. E%W
B. E&W
C. U%E
D. E@V
E. None of these

Explanation:

From the above statements, we can see that each statement contains different number of letters in the words i.e. 3, 4, 6, 8. Also, each code contains symbols among @, %, &, #. So, we conclude that the words which contains 3 letter has ‘%’ symbol, 4 letters has ‘&’ symbol, 6 letters has ‘#’ symbol and  8 letters has ‘@’ symbol. Last letter of each word is written as first, then symbol and then the sum of positions of first letter and second letter of the word according to English alphabetical series.

For example, number of letters in the word ‘LEGEND’ is 6, so we would use ‘#’ symbol. Last letter of the word is D. The sum of positions of the first letter i.e. L and second letter i.e. E, in the word according to alphabetical series is 17. So, ‘LEGEND’ is coded as ‘D#17’.

Similarly, ‘NICE’ is coded as ‘E&W’.

Directions:(6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.

In a certain language,

“If you stay for” is coded as “hui nui mui kui”

“Some stay for nothing” coded as “mui jui cui kui”

“If nothing can stay” is coded as “jui mui pui hui”

“Can you see things” is coded as “nui pui wui tui”.

6. What is the code for “SEE”?

A. mui
B. tui
C. wui
D. Cannot be determined
E.  None of these

Correct Answer – D. Cannot be determined

Explanation:The code for the given words are shown in table,

 Word Code If hui You nui Stay Mui For Kui Some cui Nothing jui Can pui see tui/wui Things wui/tui

The code for “SEE” can be either “tui” or “wui”.

7. What would be code for “IF SOME”?
A.  jui, kui
B. tui, hui
C. hui, cui
D. wui, kui
E. None of these

Correct Answer – C. hui, cui

Explanation: The code for the given words are shown in table,

 Word Code If hui You nui Stay Mui For Kui Some cui Nothing jui Can pui see tui/wui Things wui/tui

The code for “IF SOME” would be “hui cui”.

8. Which of the following words determines the code of “pui”?
A. Can
B. Stay
C. For
D. Things
E. None of these

Explanation: The code for the given words are shown in table,

 Word Code If hui You nui Stay Mui For Kui Some cui Nothing jui Can pui see tui/wui Things wui/tui

‘can’ is coded as “pui”.

9. Which of the following words determines the code of “mui”?
A. For
B. Things
C. Stay
D. Can
E. None of these

Explanation: The code for the given words are shown in table,

 Word Code If hui You nui Stay Mui For Kui Some cui Nothing jui Can pui see tui/wui Things wui/tui

‘stay’ is coded as “mui”.

10. What is the code for “Nothing”?
A. mui
B. jui
C. wui
D. tui
E. None of these