# Ch.3 :- Coding Decoding : Exercise 5

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~ Directions for Q. No. 35 to 39 : In a certain code, letters of English alphabet (consonants and vowels) are coded as given for some words below. The numeric codefor each letter -is given in bracket under coded form and corresponds to the letter in the word in the same serial order. Study the coded forms of the given words and find out the rules for their codification. Applying those rules, answer the questions that follow in two sets.

 Word Coded Form SEAT [5] [15] [15] [15] CUT [5] [10] [5] ONE [0] [5] [0] DEEP [5] [20] [20] [5] POUR [5] [15] [15] [5] PIN [5] [10] [5] NONE [5] [25] [5] [25] BOOK [5] [20] [20] [5] OPEN [30] [5] [30] [5] ATE [0] [5] [0] PAGE [5] [25] [5] [25] UNIT [30] [5] [30] [5]

Set-l : Find out the codedform of each of the words printed in bold.

35. DOSE  (SBI PO 2003)

(a) [5] [IS] [5] [I5] Cb) [5] [10] [5] [10] (c) [5] [30] [5] [30] (d) [5] [0] [5] [15] (e) None of these

36. SIP        (SBI PO 2003)
(a) [5] [0] [5] (b) [0] [5] [0] (c) [5] [5] [5] Cd) [5] [10] [5] (e) None of these

37. AGED    (SBI PO 2003)
(a) [0] [5] [0] [5]  (b) [30] [10] [30] [10] (c) [30] [5] [30] [5] (d) [25] [5] [25] [5] (e) None of these

38. DATA (SBI PO 2003)
(a) [5] [30] [5] [30] (c) [5] [15] [5] [15] (b) [5] [25] [5] [25] (d) [5] [10] [5] [10] (e) None of these

39. EVE   (SBI PO 2003)
(a) [0] [5] [0] (b) [0] [15] [0] (c) [15] [5] [15] (d) [0] [10] [10] (e) None of these

Solution for Q. No. 35 to 39 : The following coding pattern has been used in these questions.
(i) If two different vowels are there between two different consonants, then each vowel is coded as [15] and the code for each consonant is [5].
(ii) If there is only one vowel between two different consonants, then the vowel is coded as [10].
(iii) If there is one consonant between two different vowels, the code for each vowel is [0].
(iv) If there are two similar vowels between two different consonants, then the code for each vowel is [20].
(v) If there are two different vowels at the second and the last positions respectively, then each vowel is coded as [25].
(vi) If there are two different vowels at the first and third positions respectively, and there are two differentconsonants at the second and the last positions respectively. then the code for each vowel is [30].
(vii) The code for each consonant is [5].

~ Directions for Q. No. 40 to 44 : Which of the words denoted by (A), (B) and (C) can be the correct word(s) for the  codes given against each of the questions below?

40. [5] [25] [5] [25] (A) TRAP (B) DRAW (C) BOAT (SBI PO 2003)
(a) A and B only   (b) Band Conly  (c) A and Conly (d) All the three (e) None of these

41. [5] [20] [20] [5] (A)DOLL (B) MOOD (C) BEEP (SBI PO 2003)
(a) A and B only (b) Band Conly (c) A and Conly (d) All the three (e) None of these

42. [5] [10] [5] (A) MAN (B) TOP (C) CAT (SBI PO 2003)
(a) A and B only (b) B and Conly (c) A and C only (d) All the three (e) None of these

43. [0] [5] [0] (A) ARE  (B) AND (C) ORE (SBI PO 2003)
(a) None (b) All the three (c) A and B only (d) Band Conly (e) A and Conly

44. [30] [5] [30] [5] (A) ARID (B) EVIL (C) OURS (SBI PO 2003)
(a) A and B only (b) Band Conly (c) A and Conly (d) All the three (e) None of these

45. In a certain code, BREAKTIIROUGH is written as EAOUHRBRGHKT. How is DISTRIBUTION written in that code? (PNB Management Trainee 2003)
(a) STTIBUDIONRI (b) STTIBUONRIDI  (c) TISTBUONDIRI (d) RISTTIBUDION (e) None of these

46. In a certain code BROUGHT is written as SGFVAQN. How is SUPREMEwritten in that code? (PNB Management Trainee 2003)
(a) FNFSRTO (b) RTOSDLD  (c) DLDSRTO (d) DLDSTVQ (e) None of these

47. ‘STRING’ is written as ‘% = * – \$ +’ and ‘PRAISE’ is written as ‘?*@-%x’. How is GRAPES written in that  code? (Allahabad Bank PO 2004)
(a) +*@x? % (b) +@*?x % (c) +*@?x % (d) + * -?x? % (e) None of these

Directions for Q. No. 48 to 52 : Excluding the exceptions mentioned below, the digits in each of the questions are to be transferred into letter codes as follows: (EPEO 2004)

 Digit 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Letter A B C D E F G H I J

Exceptions :
I. If a number begins with a non-zero even digit, that digit should be coded as ‘N’.
II. If a number begins with a non-zero odd digit that digit should be coded as ‘P’.
III. If a number begins and also ends with a non-zero digit, those two digits at the extreme ends should be coded as ‘Q’.
IV. If a number begins and also ends with a non-zero odd digit, those two digits at the exteme ends should be coded
as’W.
Barring these exceptions, the other digits should be codified as per the above mentioned letter-coded.

48.  2732869
(a) NHDCIGP (b) CHDCIGN (c) QHDCIGP (d) NHDCIGJ (e) None of these

49.  4658630
(a) EGFIGDA (b) NGFIGDN (c) NGFIGDA (d) PGFIGDA (e) None of these

50.   5986547
(a) WJIGFEW (b) WJIGFEH (c) DJIGFEW (d) QJIGFEQ (e) None of these

51.   9096572
(a) JAJGFHC (b) PAJGFHQ (c) QAJGFHP (d) NAJGFHN (e) None of these

52.   7284691
(a) PCIEGJB (b) WCIEGJW (c) PCIEGJP (d) PCIEGJW (e) None of these

Directions for Q. No. 53 to’ 57 : Following is given a set of qigits and the corresponding letter code of each digit followed by certain rulesfor coding. (Corporation Bank PO 2004)

 Digit 2 5 7 8 9 4 6 3 1 Letter M R T B W K D N J

In each of the questions one number consisting of six digits is followed by four combinations of letter codes. You have to find out which of the combination of letter codes represents the set of digits based on the above codes and the conditions given below and mark your answer accordingly. Otherwise, give answer (e) as your answer i.e., None ofthese.
Conditions:
(i) If both the first and the last digits of the number are odd digits, then both are to be coded as I.
(il) If both the first and 1″.5tdigits of number are even digits then both are to be coded as Y.

53.    726395

(a) IMDNWI  (b) YMDNWY (c) TMDNWR (d) IMDNWR (e) None of these

54.    263847

(a) IDNBKI  (b) YDNBKY (c) IDNBKY (d) MDNBKY (e) None of these

55.     591248

(a) IWJMKB (b) RWJMKY (c) YWJMKY  (d) RWJMKB (e) None of these

56.  615824

(a) IJRBMI (b) IJRBMY (c) YJRBMY (d) DJRBMK  (e) None of these

57.   831795

(a) INJTWR   (b) BNJTWR (c) BNITWY (d) YNJYWY (e) None ofthese

58. In a certain code ‘men and women have come forward to offer support’ is coded as ‘offer have forward men
support women to and come’, then the coded form ‘enforced is to the legislation government need state going represents which of the following? (SBIPO 2005)

(a) State government is going to need the enforced legislation.
(b) The enforced legislation is going to need state government.
(c) The state government is going to need enforced legislation.
(d) The state government going to need is enforced legislation.
(e) None of the above

59. In a certain code, ORGANISM is written as ROAGINMS. How is BOARDINGwritten in that code? (Corporation Bank PO 20U6)

(a) RAOBIDGN (b) OBRAGNID (c) OBRAIDGN (d) OBIDRAGN (e) None of these