# Coding Decoding Practice Quiz 7

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# Coding Decoding Practice Quiz 7

### Introduction

A CODE is a ‘system of signals’ . Therefore, coding is a method of transmitting a message between the sender and the receiver without a third person knowing it. Coding and Decoding test is set up to judge the candidate’s ability to decipher the rule that codes a particular word/ message and break the code to decipher the message. The article Coding Decoding Practice Quiz 7 provides information about Coding Decoding, a important topic of Reasoning Consists of different types Coding Decoding questions with solutions useful for candidates preparing for different competitive examinations like RRB, RRB ALP/Technical Exams/Junior Engineer Recruitment Exams, SSC CGL,SSC CHSL, IBPS, SBI PO, SBI Clerks, CAT and etc.

### Quiz

Directions (1 – 5): Study the information below and answer the following question:
In a certain code language
‘spring park naam avail’ is written as ‘#12T %8Q \$10B @8O’, ‘Brazil fixing highjack magnum’ is written as ‘#12G \$12C @12N %16I’ ‘Quantum champak juvenal grazing’ is written as ‘\$14K @14R %14D #14H’ ‘Unequal payback maximum jogging’ is written as ‘@14N \$14V %14Q #14K’

1. What is the code for ‘Qualm’?
A. %10R B. #10R C. @12R D. @10R E. None of these

2. What does represent in the code ‘\$14D’?
A. Cirebon B. Carbonyl C. Coaxial D. Carbon E. None of these

3. What is the code for ‘Upcoming Exam’?
A. \$16V @7F B. #16V @8F C. #14V %8F D. \$14V %8G E. None of these

4. What is the code for ’Lexical Hulk’?
A. %16M \$6G B. \$16M %6G C. %14M \$8G D. \$14M %8I E. None of these

5. What does represent in the code ‘Amazing Skywalk’?
A. #14B %14T B. \$14B #14T C. %14B @14T D. \$14B #14R E. None of these

Explanation [1-5]-
’Lexical’
Symbol = Last letter ‘L’ = \$
Number = Total word*2 = 7*2 = 14
Letter = First letter adjacent = M
‘Hulk’
Symbol = Last letter ‘K’ = %
Number = Total word*2 = 4*2 = 8
Letter = First letter adjacent = I
Explanation:
Symbols are according to last letter in words:
g – #, k – %, l – \$, m – @
Number represents double the number of letters in words
Alphabet represents the next letter in alphabetical series to first letter of word.
So superstring – # for last letter g, 22 for 2*11 (11 letters in superstring), and T for next letter to s
So, superstring – #22T
Directions (1 – 5): Study the information below and answer the following question:
In a certain code,
‘first early unite rope’ is written as ‘O14 R1 C16 B35’. ‘pure general natural civil’ is written as ‘K41 M8 Z19 D40’. ‘broad heavy talk week’ is written as ‘T12 E7 Y2 Q20’.
1. Which of the following code for ‘independent’?
A. F36 B. F28 C. G22 D. F26 E. G24

2. Which of the following code for ‘obvious’?
A. N38 B. M37 C. L38 D. L37 E. L39

3. In the given code language, what does the code ‘X10’ stand for?
A. vacuum B. adjust C. actual D. action E. ugly

4. Which of the following code for ‘quick display morning’?
A. J4 N16 A34 B. A32 J6 N14 C. N13 J4 A34 D. N12 J5 A33 E. J4 N12 A34

5. Which of the following code for ‘swimming’?
A. P4 B. P3 C. O4 D. Q3 E. R3

Explanation -
In this code language, there are some letters given we have to find the exact code used for them.
Example- general
Step I- firstly, the first letter is decremented by three i.e. ‘D’
Step II- then write the value for individual letters i.e. A=1, B=2, C=3 and so on. Now, general is denoted by G=7, E=5, N =14, R=18, L =12.
Step III- Add the value of odd places letters like g=7 + n=14 + r=18 +l=12, after adding =51 and assign them as 1.
Step IV- Add all the value of the even places letter like e=5 + e =5 +a=1, after adding =11 and assign them as 2.
Step V- Now, Subtract the 1 from 2, i.e. 51-11=40
So, ‘general’ is coded as ‘D40’.
Directions (1 – 5): Study the information below and answer the following question:
In a certain code language,
“Building Bridges To Development” is written as “T0\$ N3 @ N4.5% E2.5 @". “The Story Of Digital India” is written as “O0 © I1.5/ H0.5\$ R1.5# A2.5%”. Steps Of Sound Management” is written as “N1.5# N4& P1.5# O0 ©”. “Manage time in life" is written as “I0/ G2& F1! M1\$”.
1. Find the code for “Sound”?
A. P1.5# B. N4& C. N1.5# D. M1\$ E. None of these

2. Code “G2&” stands for which of the given words?
A. Sound B. Manage C. Time D. Life E. None of these

3. What may be the code for “Startup India”
A. U2.5# I1& B. P2.5& A1/ C. I1.5/ U2.5# D. I1# U1.5# E. None of these

4. What may be the code for “Digital Management”?
A. A A3.5% N4& B. &N4 A2.5* C. T5& L3.5% D. N4& A2.5% E. None of these

5. Which of the given option may represent the code “O2* E3.5%”
A. Integrated Station B. Developed Nation C. Discounted Operation D. Sound Knowledge E. None of these

Explanation [1-5]-
The given codes for the words are made from = first an alphabet then number and after that a symbol.
The first letter of the given words are repeated and the symbol used for them is,
 B D T S O I M L @ % \$ # © / & !

The number used for the word is = (total number of letters in word/ 2) – 1
The alphabet used for the code is the second last alphabet of the given word.
So, the code for “Sound” is, N1.5#
Explanation -
So, code “G2&” stands for Manage.