Coding Decoding Quiz Set 31

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Question 1

In a certain code 'gnid gnod gnad' means 'Attacking the enemy', 'gnip gnop gnod' means ''Enemy is retreating', 'gnid gnip gnom' means 'Attacking and retreating'. Which code stands for And?
 A
gnip
 B
gnid
 C
gnom
 D
gnop
Soln.
Ans: c
From the third sentence, it is clear that 'retreating' stands for 'gnip'. so 'and' should be 'gnom'

Question 2

In a code language, 'EXPLANATION' is written as 'EYQMAOAUIOO'. Using the same code, 'OBVIOUSLY' will be written as.

 A

OCWIOVTMZ.

 B

PCWJPVTMZ.

 C

OCWIOVTMZ.

 D

OCWIOUTMZ.

Soln.
Ans: d

In the code, consonants of the original word has been moved one step forward, while vowels have been kept intact. Hence, OBVIOUSLY = OCWIOUTMZ.


Question 3

In a certain code language, 'een kum cip' means 'grave and concern'. 'lli cid os' means 'every body else' and 'rut kum so' means 'body and soul'. Which of the following would mean 'every concern'?
 A
cip een
 B
lli een
 C
cid cip
 D
Cannot be determined
Soln.
Ans: d
The code for 'concern'---> either 'een' or 'cip' and code for 'every' ---> either 'lli of cid'.

Question 4

In a code language 'um yak tic' means 'very lucky person' and 'sid uh um' means 'fortunate and lucky'. Which is the word in that language for 'lucky'?
 A
um
 B
tic
 C
yak
 D
uh
Soln.
Ans: a
In the both sentences, common word is 'mu' and common code is 'lucky'.

Question 5

In a certain code 'gnid gnod gnad' means 'Attacking the enemy', 'gnip gnop gnod' means ''Enemy is retreating', 'gnid gnip gnom' means 'Attacking and retreating'. Which code stands for Attacking?
 A
gnid
 B
gnad
 C
gnod
 D
None of these
Soln.
Ans: a
Word 'Attacking' is common in the first and third sentences, and the common code is 'gnid'.

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Updated on 2019-08-18.

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