Coding Decoding (New Pattern) Set 67

Directions (1-5): Read the information given below carefully and answer the following questions.
In a certain language,
“Colder digital roast” is coded as “@D18   #I12   #A20”
“Jacket horror China” is coded as “@C20  @R18  #I3”
“Disaster since sinister” is coded as “@A18 #N19  @I19”

 

Explanation

This coding decoding question is based on the latest pattern. In this question, following logic are used to decode the code,
(i) If the total number of letters in the word is even then the first letter of the code will be @.  On the other hand, if the total number of letters in the word is odd, then the first letter of the code will be #.
(ii) If the total number of letters in the word is even then the alphabet which has smaller rank (according to alphabetical series) of the middle two alphabets is used as the second letter of the code. If the total number of letters in the word is odd, then the middle letter is used as the second letter of the code.
(iii) Third code:- The numerical value(place value) of the letter which is greater (according to alphabetical series) of the first and the last letter of the word.

Q1. What will be the code for “faster”?
(a) #A18
(b) @M21
(c) @S3
(d) @S18
(e) None of these
Q2. Which of the following words could be coded as “#T10”?
(a) Justice
(b) Juice
(c) Jazz
(d) Jolts
(e) None of these
Q3. What will be the code for “rust”?
(a) @U20
(b) #S20
(c) @S20
(d) #U20
(e) None of these
Q4. What will be the code for “carnival”?
(a) #N13
(b) @I13
(c) @I3
(d) @I12
(e) None of these
Q5. Which of the following words could be coded as “@F19”?
(a) Refresh
(b) Daffy
(c) Differ
(d) Suffer
(e) None of these

 

Answers

1. Ans.(d)
2. Ans.(a)
3. Ans.(c)
4. Ans.(d)
5. Ans.(d)

 

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