# Coding Decoding Quiz 18

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# Coding Decoding Quiz 18

### 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 18 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 ‘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’

### Q1

What is the code for ‘Qualm’?
A. %10R B. #10R C. @12R D. @10R

D
‘Qualm’
Symbol = Last letter ‘M’ = @
Number = Total word*2 = 5*2 = 10
Letter = First letter adjacent = R
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 super-string – # for last letter g, 22 for 2*11 (11 letters in super-string), and T for next letter to s
So, super-string – #22T

### Q2

What does represent in the code ‘\$14D’?
A. Cirebon B. Carbonyl C. Coaxial D. Carbon

C
‘Coaxial’
Symbol = Last letter ‘L’ = \$
Number = Total word*2 = 7*2 = 14
Letter = First letter adjacent = D
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 super-string – # for last letter g, 22 for 2*11 (11 letters in super-string), and T for next letter to s
So, super-string – #22T

### Q3

What is the code for ‘Upcoming Exam’?
A. \$16V @7F B. #16V @8F C. #14V %8F D. \$14V %8G

B
‘Upcoming’
Symbol = Last letter ‘G’ = #
Number = Total word*2 = 8*2 = 16
Letter = First letter adjacent = V
‘Exam’
Symbol = Last letter ‘M’ = @
Number = Total word*2 = 4*2 = 8
Letter = First letter adjacent = F
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 super-string – # for last letter g, 22 for 2*11 (11 letters in super-string), and T for next letter to s
So, super-string – #22T

### Q4

What is the code for ’Lexical Hulk’?
A. %16M \$6G B. \$16M %6G C. %14M \$8G D. \$14M %8I

D
’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 super-string – # for last letter g, 22 for 2*11 (11 letters in super-string), and T for next letter to s
So, super-string – #22T

### Q5

What does represent in the code ‘Amazing Skywalk’?
A. #14B %14T B. \$14B #14T C. %14B @14T D. \$14B #14R

A
‘Amazing’
Symbol = Last letter ‘G’ = #
Number = Total word*2 = 7*2 = 14
Letter = First letter adjacent = B
‘Skywalk’
Symbol = Last letter ‘K’ = %
Number = Total word*2 = 7*2 = 14
Letter = First letter adjacent = T
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 super-string – # for last letter g, 22 for 2*11 (11 letters in super-string), and T for next letter to s
So, super-string – #22T