 ## New Pattern Coding Decoding Questions SBI Clerk

New Pattern Coding Decoding Questions SBI Clerk.We saw some major changes in the pattern of Coding-Decoding questions last year. To help you all prepare for this, we are now going to provide important quiz for SBI Clerk  on New Pattern Coding Decoding Questions. Hope this will be very helpful for all of you to aid your preparation and getting goods marks.

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## New Pattern Coding Decoding Questions: Set -14

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

In a certain language,

‘Think less live more’ is coded as ‘N14U W23N O15G N14G’

‘Paint the town red’ is coded as ‘V22P S19E S19W U21F’

‘Work hard remain humble’ is coded as ‘V22R Y25M J10F L12I’

1.How is the word ‘SMART’ coded in the given language?

A W22V
B V22W
C T18U
D U18T
E W28V

B. V22W

The coding language used to code the given sentences should be decoded using below steps.

Step I: Count the number of letters in the given word and subtract 2 from it.

Step II: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the first letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the first element in the code.

Step III: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the last letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the last element in the code.

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code.

Consider the word ‘THINK’,

Step I: 5 – 2 = 3

Step II: T –> 20

=> 20 + 3 = 23

Thus, first element of the code is W (? The alphabet corresponding to 23 is W in the alphabetical series)

Step III: K –> 11

=> 11 + 3 = 14

Thus, last element of the code is N (? The alphabet corresponding to 14 is N in the alphabetical series)

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code. (W=23)

Hence, the word ‘THINK’ is coded as ‘W23N’.

‘SMART’ is coded as ‘V22W’.

2.How is the word ‘PLAYER’ coded in the given language?

A X18H
B E18W
C W16E
D T20V
E G16Y

D T20V

The coding language used to code the given sentences should be decoded using below steps.

Step I: Count the number of letters in the given word and subtract 2 from it.

Step II: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the first letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the first element in the code.

Step III: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the last letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the last element in the code.

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code.

Consider the word ‘THINK’,

Step I: 5 – 2 = 3

Step II: T –> 20

=> 20 + 3 = 23

Thus, first element of the code is W (? The alphabet corresponding to 23 is W in the alphabetical series)

Step III: K –> 11

=> 11 + 3 = 14

Thus, last element of the code is N (? The alphabet corresponding to 14 is N in the alphabetical series)

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code. (W=23)

Hence, the word ‘THINK’ is coded as ‘W23N’.

The code for ‘PLAYER’ is ‘T20V’.

3.How is the word ‘GREAT’ coded in the given language?

A H10K
B J9W
C J10W
D M9J
E K10J

C. J10W

The coding language used to code the given sentences should be decoded using below steps.

Step I: Count the number of letters in the given word and subtract 2 from it.

Step II: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the first letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the first element in the code.

Step III: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the last letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the last element in the code.

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code.

Consider the word ‘THINK’,

Step I: 5 – 2 = 3

Step II: T –> 20

=> 20 + 3 = 23

Thus, first element of the code is W (? The alphabet corresponding to 23 is W in the alphabetical series)

Step III: K –> 11

=> 11 + 3 = 14

Thus, last element of the code is N (? The alphabet corresponding to 14 is N in the alphabetical series)

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code. (W=23)

Hence, the word ‘THINK’ is coded as ‘W23N’.

The code for ‘GREAT’ is ‘J10W’.

4.How is the word ‘GOOD DAY’ coded in the given language?

A F5I Z9E
B I9F E5Z
C I5F E9Z
D F9I Z5E
E None of these

B.  I9F E5Z

The coding language used to code the given sentences should be decoded using below steps.

Step I: Count the number of letters in the given word and subtract 2 from it.

Step II: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the first letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the first element in the code.

Step III: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the last letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the last element in the code.

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code.

Consider the word ‘THINK’,

Step I: 5 – 2 = 3

Step II: T –> 20

=> 20 + 3 = 23

Thus, first element of the code is W (? The alphabet corresponding to 23 is W in the alphabetical series)

Step III: K –> 11

=> 11 + 3 = 14

Thus, last element of the code is N (? The alphabet corresponding to 14 is N in the alphabetical series)

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code. (W=23)

Hence, the word ‘THINK’ is coded as ‘W23N’.

‘GOOD DAY’ is coded as ‘I9F E5Z’.

5.How is the word ‘WORK HARD’ coded in the given language?

A M25Y F10J
B F10J M25Y
C M10Y F25J
D Y25M J10F
E None of these

D. Y25M J10F

The coding language used to code the given sentences should be decoded using below steps.

Step I: Count the number of letters in the given word and subtract 2 from it.

Step II: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the first letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the first element in the code.

Step III: Add the value obtained in Step I to the alphabetical number of the last letter in the given word. The letter corresponding to this value in the alphabetical series is the last element in the code.

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code.

Consider the word ‘THINK’,

Step I: 5 – 2 = 3

Step II: T –> 20

=> 20 + 3 = 23

Thus, first element of the code is W (? The alphabet corresponding to 23 is W in the alphabetical series)

Step III: K –> 11

=> 11 + 3 = 14

Thus, last element of the code is N (? The alphabet corresponding to 14 is N in the alphabetical series)

Step IV: The alphabetical number of the first element of the code is the middle element of the code. (W=23)

Hence, the word ‘THINK’ is coded as ‘W23N’.

The code for ‘WORK HARD’ is ‘Y25M J10F’.

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

In a certain language

‘Collect moments not things’ is coded as ‘T&Q, S\$J, S&Q, T%Q’

‘You gonna make it’ is coded as ‘A#Q, U%Q, E@C, T!V’

‘Be yourself not them’ is coded as ‘E!G, T%Q, F*Q, M@J’

‘We are stardust’ is coded as ‘E%T, E!G, T*V’

6. How is the word ‘CIVIL’ coded in the given language?

A R&K
B L#K
C E@L
D E#L
E L*K

B. L#K

By observing the given four statements, we can decode the logic as

• The first element in the given code is the last letter in the word.
• The second element in the given code represents the number of letters in the word.
1. 2 – !
2. 3 – %
3. 4 – @
4. 5 – #
5. 6 – \$
6. 7 – &
7. 8 – *
• The third element in the given code is two letters ahead of the second letter of the word.

For example,

Consider the word ‘STARDUST’,

As, the last letter of the word is ‘T’, the first element of the code is ‘T’.

As, there are 8 letters in the word, the middle element of the code is ‘*’.

As, the second letter of the word in ‘T’, the last element of the code is ‘V’.

∴ The code word for ‘STARDUST’ is ‘T*V’.

So, CIVIL is coded as: L#K.

7. How is the word ‘TALENT’ coded in the given language?

A T*C
B R@T
C R*T
D T@C
E T\$C

E. T\$C

By observing the given four statements, we can decode the logic as

• The first element in the given code is the last letter in the word.
• The second element in the given code represents the number of letters in the word.
1. 2 – !
2. 3 – %
3. 4 – @
4. 5 – #
5. 6 – \$
6. 7 – &
7. 8 – *
• The third element in the given code is two letters ahead of the second letter of the word.

For example,

Consider the word ‘STARDUST’,

As, the last letter of the word is ‘T’, the first element of the code is ‘T’.

As, there are 8 letters in the word, the middle element of the code is ‘*’.

As, the second letter of the word in ‘T’, the last element of the code is ‘V’.

∴ The code word for ‘STARDUST’ is ‘T*V’.

So, the word ‘TALENT’ is coded as: T\$C

8.How is the word ‘MOVE ON’ coded in the given language?

A L&A, N&P
B M&N, E#Q
C E@Q, N!P
D L\$M, N#P
E N#L, E!Q

C. E@Q, N!P

By observing the given four statements, we can decode the logic as

• The first element in the given code is the last letter in the word.
• The second element in the given code represents the number of letters in the word.
1. 2 – !
2. 3 – %
3. 4 – @
4. 5 – #
5. 6 – \$
6. 7 – &
7. 8 – *
• The third element in the given code is two letters ahead of the second letter of the word.

For example,

Consider the word ‘STARDUST’,

As, the last letter of the word is ‘T’, the first element of the code is ‘T’.

As, there are 8 letters in the word, the middle element of the code is ‘*’.

As, the second letter of the word in ‘T’, the last element of the code is ‘V’.

∴ The code word for ‘STARDUST’ is ‘T*V’.

So, the word MOVE ON is coded as ‘E@Q, N!P’.

9.How is the word ‘CRICKET’ coded in the given language?

A N\$N
B N&T
C T&T
D E*R
E E&E

C. T&T

By observing the given four statements, we can decode the logic as

• The first element in the given code is the last letter in the word.
• The second element in the given code represents the number of letters in the word.
1. 2 – !
2. 3 – %
3. 4 – @
4. 5 – #
5. 6 – \$
6. 7 – &
7. 8 – *
• The third element in the given code is two letters ahead of the second letter of the word.

For example,

Consider the word ‘STARDUST’,

As, the last letter of the word is ‘T’, the first element of the code is ‘T’.

As, there are 8 letters in the word, the middle element of the code is ‘*’.

As, the second letter of the word in ‘T’, the last element of the code is ‘V’.

∴ The code word for ‘STARDUST’ is ‘T*V’.

So, the word ‘CRICKET’ is coded as ‘T&T’.

10.How is the word ‘IRRITATE GUY’ coded in the given language?

A T*E, W%Y
B E\$T, I%Y
C E*T, Y%W
D I%T, G*W
E I*E, G%Y

C. E*T, Y%W

By observing the given four statements, we can decode the logic as

• The first element in the given code is the last letter in the word.
• The second element in the given code represents the number of letters in the word.
1. 2 – !
2. 3 – %
3. 4 – @
4. 5 – #
5. 6 – \$
6. 7 – &
7. 8 – *
• The third element in the given code is two letters ahead of the second letter of the word.

For example,

Consider the word ‘STARDUST’,

As, the last letter of the word is ‘T’, the first element of the code is ‘T’.

As, there are 8 letters in the word, the middle element of the code is ‘*’.

As, the second letter of the word in ‘T’, the last element of the code is ‘V’.

∴ The code word for ‘STARDUST’ is ‘T*V’.

So, the word ‘IRRITATE GUY’ is coded as ‘E*T, Y%W’.

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