Directions: In column I, some words are given. In column II, their codes are given but they are not arranged in same order in which they are in column I. Study the letters in both the columns and find out the code to the letter given in each of the following questions.
Column I Column II (1) SOUND (A) abi (2) ADDRESS (B) cjmt (3) CRUX (C) ikmop (4) NET (D) ijkvt (5) CRONY (E) jkeovt (6) CROWDY (F) blooppv
What is the code for the letter A?
If OLYMPICS is coded as PMZNOHBR, and jump is coded as KVLO, then, AUGUST will be coded as -
Directions: Understand the coding pattern and answer the questions.
Column I Column II (1) FAMOUS (A) jcqaxp (2) SATIRE (B) aqdbye (3) FRIGHT (C) ybcekn (4) TANGLE (D) znwaed (5) ROVING (E) npbmyw (6) HUNTER (F) wdebxk
What is the code used for the letter A?
If NOCIE is written as $@#?%, and SCENT is written as #%*^@, then COIN will be written as -
SCENT and NOCIE have C, N and E in common. From their codes we can see that C/E/N corresponds to the set #/%/@. The other two I and O in NOCIE will be $/?. This means COIN should contain both $ and ? and remaining two out of #, % and @ only. From the given options, #?$@ is the answer.
Directions: In the following question some capital alphabets are written in a row, below them their coding have been given.
A B C D E F G H I J n l d j x k y i c f K L M N O P Q R S T a t z w v q r o p b U V W X Y Z m h s g u e
HEART : cklpm : : NERVOUS : ?
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Updated on 2020-02-07. Published on: 2016-02-22