# Reasoning Coding Decoding Questions | Set – 6

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## Reasoning Coding Decoding Questions | Set – 6

Directions:(1-5) Answer the questions based on the information given below.

In a certain language,

‘cricket is like all fans’ is coded as ‘ast, bts, ats, bst, ars’

‘fans hate football not tennis’ is coded as ‘ars, hst, rst, tps, tbs’

‘tennis need racket not’ is coded as ‘tbs, tps, xst, mst’

‘racket like is in football’ is coded as ‘mst, ats, bst, sit, rst’

1. Which of the following words is coded as ‘tps’ in the given language?
A. like
B. not
C. tennis
D. either (b) or (c)
E. either (a) or (c)

Correct Answer – D. either (b) or (c)

The final table is shown below:

 Words Codes in sit cricket ast / bts is ats / bst like bst/ ats all bts/ast fans ars not tps/ tbs tennis tbs/ tps need xst racket mst football rst hate hst

2. How is the sentence ‘fans is in’ coded?
A. ars sit ats
B. sit bst ars
C.  sit bts ars
D. either (a) or (b)
E.  either (b) or (c)

Correct Answer – D. either (a) or (b)

The final table is shown below:

 Words Codes in sit cricket ast / bts is ats / bst like bst/ ats all bts/ast fans ars not tps/ tbs tennis tbs/ tps need xst racket mst football rst hate hst

3. Which of the following could be coded as ‘ars sit xst mst’?

A. fans in racket need
B.  in racket fan not
C. tennis like fans football
D. either (a) or (b)
E. either (a) or (c)

Correct Answer – A. fans in racket need

The final table is shown below:

 Words Codes in sit cricket ast / bts is ats / bst like bst/ ats all bts/ast fans ars not tps/ tbs tennis tbs/ tps need xst racket mst football rst hate hst

4. How is the sentence ‘like fans need football hate” coded in the given language?
A. bst ars xst rst hst
B.  sit xst hst rst tbs
C. ats xst ars hst rst
D. either (a) or (b)
E. either (a) or (c)

Correct Answer – E. either (a) or (c)

The final table is shown below:

 Words Codes in sit cricket ast / bts is ats / bst like bst/ ats all bts/ast fans ars not tps/ tbs tennis tbs/ tps need xst racket mst football rst hate hst

5. How is the sentence “in cricket need” coded in the given language?

A. sit ast mst
B. ast sit xst
C. sit xst bts
D. either (b) or (c)
E. either (c) or (a)

Correct Answer – D. either (b) or (c)

The final table is shown below:

 Words Codes in sit cricket ast / bts is ats / bst like bst/ ats all bts/ast fans ars not tps/ tbs tennis tbs/ tps need xst racket mst football rst hate hst

Directions:(6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.

In a code language,

“cricket player running together” is coded as “S#6, U\$7, H&7, S@8”

“pure tension runner call” is coded as “S&6, F#4, O@7, M\$4”

“client please ticket riggings” is coded as “U\$6, U@6, T&8, F#6”

“tasty chocolate ruined pollution ” is coded as “F\$9, E&6, O#9, Z@5”

6. What is the code for ‘TORTOISE’?

A. F@8
B.  E\$9
C. F#8
D. D@7
E. O@8

The alphabet in each code is the immediate successive letter (in alphabetical series) of the last letter of the word. There are 4 symbols in the code #, &, @, \$. ‘#’ is used for the words with the first letter as P, ‘&’ is used for the words with the first letter as R, ‘\$’ is used for the words with the first letter as C, ‘@’ is used for the words with the first letter as T. The number in each code represents the number of letters in the word.

Example:

‘CRICKET’

The immediate successive letter of the last letter of the word is ‘U’

The first letter of the word is C. So the symbol would be ‘\$’.

The word contains 7 letters, so 7.

Therefore, the code for ‘CRICKET’ is ‘U\$7’.

Now, the code for ‘TORTOISE’ is ‘F@8’.

7. What would be the word for ‘Z\$10’?
A. counting
B. treasury
C. treasury
D. creativity
E. petrify

The alphabet in each code is the immediate successive letter (in alphabetical series) of the last letter of the word. There are 4 symbols in the code #, &, @, \$. ‘#’ is used for the words with the first letter as P, ‘&’ is used for the words with the first letter as R, ‘\$’ is used for the words with the first letter as C, ‘@’ is used for the words with the first letter as T. The number in each code represents the number of letters in the word.

Example:

‘CRICKET’

The immediate successive letter of the last letter of the word is ‘U’

The first letter of the word is C. So the symbol would be ‘\$’.

The word contains 7 letters, so 7.

Therefore, the code for ‘CRICKET’ is ‘U\$7’

‘Z\$10’ is code for ‘CREATIVITY’.

8. What is the code for “RESTLESS TEACHER”?
A. S&8 S\$7
B. T&8 S@7
C. T&7 S#7
D. S#8 T&8
E. None on these

Correct Answer – B. T&8 S@7

The alphabet in each code is the immediate successive letter (in alphabetical series) of the last letter of the word. There are 4 symbols in the code #, &, @, \$. ‘#’ is used for the words with the first letter as P, ‘&’ is used for the words with the first letter as R, ‘\$’ is used for the words with the first letter as C, ‘@’ is used for the words with the first letter as T. The number in each code represents the number of letters in the word.

Example:

‘CRICKET’

The immediate successive letter of the last letter of the word is ‘U’

The first letter of the word is C. So the symbol would be ‘\$’.

The word contains 7 letters, so 7.

Therefore, the code for ‘CRICKET’  is ‘U\$7’

Now the code for ‘RESTLESS’ is ‘T&8’

And the code for ‘TEACHER’ is ‘S@7’

9. What would be the phrase for “F&8 U#5”?
A. Creative Panel
B. Pointing Right
C. Romantic Pointer
D. Recreate Point
E. None of these

Correct Answer – D. Recreate Point

The alphabet in each code is the immediate successive letter (in alphabetical series) of the last letter of the word. There are 4 symbols in the code #, &, @, \$. ‘#’ is used for the words with the first letter as P, ‘&’ is used for the words with the first letter as R, ‘\$’ is used for the words with the first letter as C, ‘@’ is used for the words with the first letter as T. The number in each code represents the number of letters in the word.

Example:

‘CRICKET’

The immediate successive letter of the last letter of the word is ‘U’

The first letter of the word is C. So the symbol would be ‘\$’.

The word contains 7 letters, so 7.

Therefore, the code for ‘CRICKET’  is ‘U\$7’.

‘F&8’ is code for ‘RECREATE’

And ‘U#5’ is code for ‘POINT’

10. Which of the following is different from the others?
A. RINGING PELL
B. ROOMING PALL
C. RISING PELL
D. RIGGING PILL
E. ROAMING POOL

Correct Answer  – C. RISING PELL

The alphabet in each code is the immediate successive letter (in alphabetical series) of the last letter of the word. There are 4 symbols in the code #, &, @, \$. ‘#’ is used for the words with the first letter as P, ‘&’ is used for the words with the first letter as R, ‘\$’ is used for the words with the first letter as C, ‘@’ is used for the words with the first letter as T. The number in each code represents the number of letters in the word.

Example:

‘CRICKET’

The immediate successive letter of the last letter of the word is ‘U’

The first letter of the word is C. So the symbol would be ‘\$’.

The word contains 7 letters, so 7.

Therefore, the code for ‘CRICKET’  is ‘U\$7’

The code for “RINGING PELL” is “H&7 M#4”

The code for “ROOMING PALL” is “H&7 M#4”

The code for “RISING PELL” is “H&6 M#4”

The code for “RIGGING PILL” is “H&7 M#4”

The code for “ROAMING POOL” is “H&7 M#4”

So, except “RISING PELL”, all have the same code.

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