# Coding Decoding Quiz 20

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# Coding Decoding Quiz 20

### 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 20 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, ‘bold memory great silk’ is coded as ‘@5U \$9L %15E #5Z’. ‘master guilt success become’ is coded as ‘ @21U %5F #1S \$21T’ ‘bill second garment mother’ is coded as ‘\$5E #15S %9M @1U’ ‘minute sure gold bark’ is coded as ‘\$21F @15E #9F %1L’

### Q1

What is the code for ‘something beautiful’?
A. \$15H, %15N B. \$19M, @15N C. \$15H, %5M D. %1M, \$9K

C
The code for ‘something beautiful’ is-
Something- S’s symbol is \$, first vowel ‘O’ so number is 15 and G + 1 = H, code is- \$15Η
Beautiful- B’s symbol is %, first vowel is ‘E’ so number is 5 and L + 1 = M, code is- %5Μ
Detail solution:
There are 4 types of symbols in the code ‘%, #, @ and \$.
% is used for words starting with ‘b’, # is used for words starting with ‘m’, @ is used for words starting with ‘g’, \$ is used for words starting with ‘s’.
The number in the code is the number corresponding to first vowel of the word. The alphabet in the code is the next letter (alphabetical series) of the last letter of that word.
Example:
Bold-
The word start with B so symbols is %
First vowel is O
So the number is 15
D + 1 = E
So, the code for bold is %15E.

### Q2

What is the code for ‘bright’?
A. %9U B. #15T C. %18U D. \$5U

A
The code for ‘something beautiful’ is-
Something- S’s symbol is \$, first vowel ‘O’ so number is 15 and G + 1 = H, code is- \$15Η
Beautiful- B’s symbol is %, first vowel is ‘E’ so number is 5 and L + 1 = M, code is- %5Μ
Detail solution:
There are 4 types of symbols in the code ‘%, #, @ and \$.
% is used for words starting with ‘b’, # is used for words starting with ‘m’, @ is used for words starting with ‘g’, \$ is used for words starting with ‘s’.
The number in the code is the number corresponding to first vowel of the word. The alphabet in the code is the next letter (alphabetical series) of the last letter of that word.
Example:
Bold-
The word start with B so symbols is %
First vowel is O
So the number is 15
D + 1 = E
So, the code for bold is %15E.

### Q3

‘@21U’ is the code for which of the following?
A. success B. guilt C. master D. become

B
The code for ‘something beautiful’ is-
Something- S’s symbol is \$, first vowel ‘O’ so number is 15 and G + 1 = H, code is- \$15Η
Beautiful- B’s symbol is %, first vowel is ‘E’ so number is 5 and L + 1 = M, code is- %5Μ
Detail solution:
There are 4 types of symbols in the code ‘%, #, @ and \$.
% is used for words starting with ‘b’, # is used for words starting with ‘m’, @ is used for words starting with ‘g’, \$ is used for words starting with ‘s’.
The number in the code is the number corresponding to first vowel of the word. The alphabet in the code is the next letter (alphabetical series) of the last letter of that word.
Example:
Bold-
The word start with B so symbols is %
First vowel is O
So the number is 15
D + 1 = E
So, the code for bold is %15E.

### Q4

What is the code for ‘bold sure’?
A. \$9L , ‘\$21F B. ‘\$21F, #5Z C. %15E, \$21F D. Can’t be determined

C
The code for ‘something beautiful’ is-
Something- S’s symbol is \$, first vowel ‘O’ so number is 15 and G + 1 = H, code is- \$15Η
Beautiful- B’s symbol is %, first vowel is ‘E’ so number is 5 and L + 1 = M, code is- %5Μ
Detail solution:
There are 4 types of symbols in the code ‘%, #, @ and \$.
% is used for words starting with ‘b’, # is used for words starting with ‘m’, @ is used for words starting with ‘g’, \$ is used for words starting with ‘s’.
The number in the code is the number corresponding to first vowel of the word. The alphabet in the code is the next letter (alphabetical series) of the last letter of that word.
Example:
Bold-
The word start with B so symbols is %
First vowel is O
So the number is 15
D + 1 = E
So, the code for bold is %15E.

### Q5

What is the code for ‘become’?
A. @21U B. #1S C. \$21T D. %5F

D
The code for ‘something beautiful’ is-
Something- S’s symbol is \$, first vowel ‘O’ so number is 15 and G + 1 = H, code is- \$15Η
Beautiful- B’s symbol is %, first vowel is ‘E’ so number is 5 and L + 1 = M, code is- %5Μ
Detail solution:
There are 4 types of symbols in the code ‘%, #, @ and \$.
% is used for words starting with ‘b’, # is used for words starting with ‘m’, @ is used for words starting with ‘g’, \$ is used for words starting with ‘s’.
The number in the code is the number corresponding to first vowel of the word. The alphabet in the code is the next letter (alphabetical series) of the last letter of that word.
Example:
Bold-
The word start with B so symbols is %
First vowel is O
So the number is 15
D + 1 = E
So, the code for bold is %15E.