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Coding Decoding Problems IBPS Clerk

1. According to english alphabet as BC is related to YX in the same way EF is related to whom ?
(A) UV
(B) VU
(C) WV
(D) VW
(E) None of these

1. (B) In reverse direction B Y = C X Similarly, E F = V U

2. According to english alphabet as DFE is related to WUV in the same way FGH is related to whom ?
(E) None of these

2. (E) In reverse direction D F E = W U V Similarly, F G H = U T S

3. If CEG is written as TSR and FHJ is written as QPO than IKM is written as—
(E) None of these

3. (D)

4. In a code BOY is written as $✩• and HOUR is written as @✩£O than RUBY is written in the indicating language as—
(A) O£$•
(B) O$£•
(C) •$£O
(D) •£$O
(E) None of these

4. (A) On comparing both the words— B = $, O = ✩, Y = •, H = @, U = £ and R = 0 RUBY= 0£$•

5. In a code QUEUE is written as Q22 and CHURCH as 1UR1 than BANANA is written as a suitable code from the following
(A) B5A5
(B) 5N5A
(C) B55A
(D) BA5A5A
(E) B5A5A

5. (C) Similar pairs of letters have been given the same numeric in each word. As a result pair UE in word QUEUE has been coded 2, pair CH has been coded 1 and likewise the pair AN has been coded 5. Hence, the word BANANA would be coded as B55A.

6. In a code BOXER word is written as AQWGQ then VISIT is written as—
(E) None of these

6. (B) Letters at the odd places have been written one letter back, and letters at the even places have been written two letters ahead in the coded word as their positions in the alphabet.

7. In a code PERFECT is written as RGTHGEV than BROWN is written as—
(E) None of these

7. (D)

8. In a code if X is denoted by 7, P by 9, Z by 6, M by 5, L by 3, D by 2 than PLPXMZ is denoted in the code by—
(A) 932756
(B) 923756
(C) 952736
(D) 937526
(E) None of these

8. (A)

9. In a code PROVIDE is denoted from OSNWHED than MORNING is denoted in the same code as—
(E) None of these

9. (A)

10. If in a code CORPUS is written as EMTNWQ than TODDER is the same code is denoted by—
(E) None of these

10. (D)

11. In a code INTERVIEWING is denoted by ERVINGINTIEW then ENCLOSURESE in the same code is denoted by—
(E) None of these

11. (E)

12. In a code A is denoted by B, B by C, C by D and so on till V then FRACTIONS is denoted in the same code by—
(E) None of these

12. (A)[/su_spoiler]