# Coding Decoding Quiz 17

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# Coding Decoding Quiz 17

### Introduction

A code is ‘arrangement of signs’. Accordingly, coding is a process for transmitting a message between the sender and the recipient without a third individual knowing it.
The coding and decoding test is set up to judge the candidate’s capacity to interpret the rule that codes a specific word/message and break the code to interpret the word. The article Coding Decoding Quiz 17 presents the important questions related coding and decoding topic.
Coding and decoding are divided into eight types. They are:
1. Letter coding 2. Direct letter coding 3. Number/Symbol coding 4. Matrix coding 5. Substitution coding 6. Deciphering message word coding 7. Deciphering number and symbol codes for messages 8. Jumbled coding

Direction[1-5]: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.
In a certain code language ‘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’.

### Q1

Which of the following code for ‘independent’?
A. F36 B. F28 C. G22 D. F26

D
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’.
So, ‘independent’ is coded like above rule- ‘F26’.

### Q2

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

D
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’.
So, ‘obvious’ is coded like above rule- ‘L39’.

### Q3

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

D
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’.
So, ‘action’ is coded like above rule- ‘X10’.

### Q4

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

C
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’.
So, ‘quick display morning’ is coded like above rule- ‘N13 J4 A34’.

### Q5

Which of the following code for ‘swimming’?
A. P4 B. P3 C. Q4 D. Q3

B
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’.
So, ‘swimming’ is coded like above rule- ‘P3’.