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CODING -DECODING

1. In a certain code language NATIONALISM is written as OINTANMSAIL. How is DEPARTMENTS written in that code? 1) RADEPTSTMNE 2) RADPETSTMNE 3) RADPESTMTNE 4) RADPETSTNME 5) None of these

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2. In a certain code language OUTCOME is written as OQWWEQOE. How is REFRACT written in that code?

1) RTGITCET

2) RTGTICET

3) RTGITECT

4) RTGICTET

5) None of these

BSRB Delhi PO - 2000

3. In a certain code language GEOPHYSICS is written as IOPDHZRJBT. How is ALTIMETERS written in that code? 1) NHULBFSDQT 2) NIUKBFSDQT 3) NHUKCFSDQT 4) NHUKBFSEQT5) None of these BSRB Patna PO - 2001

4. In a certain code BREAK is written as ASDBJ. How is SOLAR written in that code?

1) RPKBS

2) TPMBS

3) RPKBQ

4) TPKBQ

5) None of these

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5. In a certain code language EMPHASIS is written as NDIOBRJR. How will CREATURE be written in that code language?

1) SBBDUTSD

2) QBBDTUSD

3) DSDBSTSF

4) SBDBUTDS

5) None of these

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6. In a certain code language BORN is written as APQON and LACK is written as KBBLK. How will the word GRID be written in that code language?

1) FQHCD

2) FSHED

3) HSJED

4) FSHCD

5) None of these

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7. In a certain code language STREAMLING is written as CGTVUHOJMN. How will the word PERIODICAL be written in that language? 1) PJSFQMNBJE 2) QKTGRMBDJE 3) QKTGRMCEKF 4) PJSFQMBDJE 5) None of these IBPS Bank PO Exam - 2002

8. In a certain code OVER is written as ‘PWFSQ’ and BARE is written as ‘CBSFD’. How is OPEN written in that code?

1) PQFOM

2) NODMO

3) PQFOO

4) POFMM

5) None of these

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9. In a certain code language ‘OMNIPRESENT’ is written as ‘QJONPTSMDRD’. How is ‘CREDIBILITY’ written in that code? 1) JEFSDCXSHKH 2) JEFSDDXSHKH 3) DSFEJDDXSHKH 4) JEFSDXDSHKH 5) None of these

Andhra Bank SO - 2002

10. In a certain code language ‘POETRY’ is written as ‘QONDSQX’ and ‘OVER’ is written as ‘PNUDQ’. How is ‘MORE’ written in that code?

1) NNNQD

2) NLPQD

3) NLNQD

4) LNNQD

5) None of these

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11. In a certain code language ‘MOTHERS’ is written as ‘OMVGGPU’. How is ‘BROUGHT’ written in that code?

1) CPRTIEV

2) DPQSIFV

3) DPRTIDV

4) DPQTIFV

5) None of these

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12. In a certain code PATHOLOGIST is written as PIUBQKSRHFN. How is CONTROVERSY written in that code? 1) SUOPDNXRQDU 2) SUOPDNZTSFW 3) QSMNBPXRQDU 4) QSMNBPZTSFW 5) None of these

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13. In a certain code ‘CLOUD’ is written as ‘GTRKF’. How is SIGHT written in that code?

1) WGJHV

2) UGHHT

3) UHJFW

4) WFJGV

5) None of these

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14. In a certain code BREAKTHROUGH is written as EAOUHRBRGHKT. How is DISTRIBUTION written in that code?

1) STTIBUDIONRI

2) STTIBUONRIDI

3) TISTBUONDRI

4) RISTTIBUDION

5)

None of

these

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15. In a certain code BROUGHT is written as SGFVAQN. How is SUPREME written in that code?

1) FNFSRTO

2) RTOSDLD

3) DLDSRTO

4) DLDSTVQ

5) None of these

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16. In a certain code AROMATIC is written as BQPLBSJB. How is BRAIN written in that code?

1) CQBJO

2) CSBJO

3) CQBHO

4) CSBHO

5) None of these

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17. In a certain code language ‘SHORT’is written as ‘ITOUS’and ‘DWARF’is written as ‘XEAGS’. How is ‘MANGO’written in that code language?

1) NBNHP

2) BNNPH

3) BNNHP

4) LBNPF

5) None of these

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18. In a certain code language PROBLEM is written as MPERLOB. How will NUMBERS be written in that code?

1) SNUREMB

2) SNRUBME

3) SNRUEMB

4) SNRUMEB

5) None of these

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19. In a certain code language the word DISTURB is written as DTWVUKF. How will the word FRANTIC be written in that code language?

1) EKUPDTH

2) FKCPVTH

3) EKVPCTH

4) FLVPCTH

5) None of these

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20. In a certain code language ‘ROUTINE’ is written as ‘VMRGFLI’. How will ‘CRUELTY’ be written in that code language?

1) VPVCZRL

2) VPCVZRL

3) WPCVZRL

4) VOCVZRL

5) None of these

21. In a certain code ‘FEAR’ is written as ‘+×÷*’ and ‘READ’ is written as ‘*×÷$’. How is ‘FADE’ written in that code?

1) +÷$×

2) ×÷+$

3) $÷+*

4) ÷$+×

5) None of these

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22. In a certain code language GAME is written as ‘$ ÷ %’ and BEAD is written as ‘# % ÷ ×’. How will the word MADE be written in that code language?

1) $ ÷ × % 4) # ÷ × %

2) ÷ $ % 5) None of these

23. If in a certain code language ‘pen pencil’ is written as written as ‘$ @’, then what is the code for ‘pen’?

1) £

2) @

3) $

4) #

3) ÷ × %

IBPS Bank PO Exam - 2002 ‘$ £’, ‘eraser sharpener’ is written as @ #’, and ‘pencil eraser’ is

5) None of these

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24. In a certain code language BEAM is written as 5% * K and COME is written as $7K%. How is BOMB written in that code?

5% K5

1)

4) 5$%5

2) 57K5 5) None of these

3) $7K$

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25. In a certain code CHAIR is written as # ÷% and HIDE is written as ÷+$. How is DEAR written in that code?

1) $+ %

2) +$÷%

3) $+%÷

4) +# %

5) None of these

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26. In a certain code language ‘MEAL’ is written as ‘$£ @’ and ‘SAFE’ is written as ‘ +£’. How is ‘FAME’ written in that code language?

1)

+

2) +$@

3) + @$

4)

£@ +

5) None of these

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27. In a certain code language ‘go for morning walk’ is written as ‘$*?#’, ‘good for health’ is written as ‘£?@’, and ‘good to walk fast’ is written as ‘+@ #’, then what is the code for ‘health’ in that language?

1) £

2) ?

3) #

4) +

5) None of these

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28. A trader in order to code the prices of article used the letters of PSICHOLAZY in the form of ‘0 to 9’ respectively. Which of the following code stands for Rs 875.50?

1)AIL.HP

2)AIL.HS

3) ZYA.HO

4) ZCA.OP

5) None of these

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29. If B is coded as 8, F is coded as 6, Q is coded as 4, D is coded as 7, T is coded as 2, M is coded as 3, and K is coded as 5, then what is the coded form of QKTBFM?

1) 452683

2) 472683

3) 452783

4) 425783

5) None of these

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30. If in a certain code language PREMONITION is written as 68530492904, how will the word MONITOR be written in that code language?

1) 1234567

2) 3049208

3) 3029408

4) 3049258

5) None of these

31. If REQUEST is written as S2R52TU, how will ACID be written?

1) BDJE

2) 1394

3) B3J4

4) IC94

5) None of these

Federal Bank PO Exam - 2003

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32. If SCOTLAND is written as 12345678, LOAN is written as 1435, LOTS is written as 8124, DAN is written as 537 and SON is written as 458, then what will be the code for ‘C’?

1) 6

2) 9

3) 0

4) 4

5) 5

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33. If red is called yellow, yellow is called blue, blue is called white, white is called green, green is called pink and pink is called purple, then what is the colour of clear sky?

1) Blue

2) Yellow

3) Pink

4) White

5) Purple

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34. If bright is called dark, dark is called green, green is called blue, blue is called red, red is called white and white is called yellow, then what is the colour of blood?

1) Red

2) Dark

3) White

4) Yellow

5) None of these

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35. If black means white, white means red, red means yellow, yellow means blue, blue means green, green means purple and purple means orange, then what is the colour of clear sky? 1) Green 2) Purple 3) Orange 4) Yellow 5) Blue

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36. If sky is called bright, bright is called rain, rain is called green, green is called air, air is called blue and blue is called water, then where does a bird fly? 1) Air 2) Sky 3) Bright 4) Rain 5) Blue

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37. If orange is called ghee, ghee is called soap, soap is called ink, ink is called honey, honey is called orange, then which of the following is used for washing clothes?

1)

4) Soap

Honey

2) Ghee 5) None of these

3) Orange

Federal Bank PO Exam - 2003 Directions (Q. 38-47): These questions are based on code language which utilizes letters in the English alphabet. In each question, there is a word written in capital letter, with one letter underlined. For each letter in that word there is a code written in small letters. That code is denoted by either 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 not in the same order. You have to find out the exact code for the underlined letter in the word. The number of that code is the answer. Please note that the same letter appearing in other word(s) may be coded differently.

38.

F L I E S 1) N

2) G

3) P

4) F

5) C

39. S H O R E

1) Q

2) G

3) J

4) U

5) T

40. F I G H T 1) Q

2) F

3) G

4) C

5) D

41. S H I R T 1) SU

2)

HJ

3) GI

4) QS

5) RT

42. S C E N T 1) I

2) G

3) R

4)

W

5) X

43. K I T E S 1) Q

2) P

3) H

4)

G

5) K

44. P A I N T 1) O

2) U

3) A

4)

O

5) I

45. W A T C H 1) R

2) F

3) C

4) A

5) U

46. B L O W S 1) P

2) S

3)

F

4) A

5) W

47. S O R R Y 1) P

2) W

3) Q

4) O

5) R

Directions (Q.48-52): Each of the following questions has a word. The letters of the words follow a code system. You

have to find out the correct code for the underlined letters. Note that same letters used in different words have the same code.

48. S T A I R

a 1) Either c or n 4) n

II. c

I.

III. s

IV. n

V. z 2) Either c or z 5) None of these

 

3) Can’t say

49. E N J O Y

e 1) Either l or f 4) d

II. l

I.

III. f

IV. w

V d 2) Either e or f 5) None of these

 

3) w

50. N O I S E 1) l

2) c

3) z

4)

f

5) d

51. O C E AN 1) d

2) m

3) l

4) n

5) f

52. A F T E R 1) n

2) u

3) s

4) d

5) a

Directions (Q. 53-57): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions based on it. The English alphabet is categorised into five groups, each starting with a vowel and encompassing the immediately following consonants in the group. Thus group one consists of A, B, C and D; group two consists of E, F, G and H; group three consists of I, J, K, L, M and N; group four consists of O, P, Q, R, S and T; and the remaining letters make group five. These groups are assigned values as 10 for each letter of first group, 20 for each letter of second group, 30 for each letter of third group, 40 for each letter of fourth group, and 50 for each letter of group five. When used to form words, the value of each letter should be added up to compute the value of the word. If the word has letters only from the same group the value of the word would be the value of the sum of letters. However, if the letters in a word are from different groups, the value of the first letter of the word and any other letter of

that group will be the same as that of its individual letter value of its group, but that of a letter from another group will be ‘double’ as much as the value of each letter of its group. If we have to find the value of MANGO; its first letter is M (from third group); among A, N, G and O, N is also from third group. Hence value of M + N = 30 + 30 = 60 Now A, G and O belong to first, second and the fourth group respectively. Hence value of A + G + O = double the value of A + double the value of G + double the value of O = 2 × 10 + 2 × 20 + 2 × 40 = 140. Hence, total value = 140 + 60 = 200.

53. SOUND

1) 200

2) 170

3) 300

4) 260

5) None of these

54. CONCEPT

1) 70

2) 150

3) 360

4) 300

5) None of these

55. CLEAR

1) 210

2) 200

3) 110

4) 220

5) None of these

56. CUT

1) 190

2) 180

3) 160

4) 140

5) None of these

57. APPROACH

1) 180

2) 190

3) 280

4) 280

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 58-62): Considering the information given for Q. 51-55, find out which one or two or three of the words denoted by A, B and C correspond to the given value.

58. 280

A) WORK 1) A and B only 4) All the three

B) GHOST 2) B and C only 5) None of these

C) FOUR 3) A and C only

59. 220

A) THEY 1) A and B only 4) All the three

B) EASY 2) B and C only 5) None of these

C) VALUE 3) A and C only

60. 270

A) WORK 1) A and B only 4) All the three

B) COPY 2) B and C only 5) None of these

C) THIS 3) A and C only

61. 120

A) KILN 1) A and B only 4) All the three

B) MEAN 2) B and C only 5) None of these

C) DAY 3) A and C only

62. 180

A) FIVE 1) A and B only

B) WEEK 2) B and C only

C) PORT 3) A and C only

4) All the three

5) None of these

Directions (Q. 63-72): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions based on it. In a certain code, letters of English alphabet are coded on the basis of the structure of the word. Numeric codes denoted for the letters of the word are in the same order as the letters of the word. Study the code represented for a particular structure of the word. Find out the logic and answer the questions that follow in two sets (I and II):

Word

Code

Word

Code

OGRE

[12] [24] [24] [12]

ODE

[30] [24] [30]

GOAT

[24] [6] [6] [24]

SUN

[24] [36] [24]

EYE

[30] [24] [30]

RAIN

[24] [6] [6] [24]

HOW

[24] [36] [24]

EDIT

[18] [24] [18] [42]

HOPE

[24] [42] [24] [42]

DIRE

[24] [42] [24] [42]

UPON

[18] [24] [18] [24]

INTO

[12] [24] [24] [12]

 

Set I

Find out the code of the given word in capital letters

63. HOUR

1) [24] [12] [12] [24]

2) [24] [6] [6] [24]

3) [24] [6] [12] [24]

4) [6] [24] [24] [6] 5) None of these

64. ONCE 1) [12] [6] [6] [12] these

2) [6] [24] [24] [6]

3) [12] [24] [24] [12]

4) [24] [12] [12] [24]

5)

None of

65. ICON 1) [12] [6] [6] [12] these

2) [6] [24] [24] [6]

3) [12] [24] [24] [12]

4) [24] [18] [24] [18]

5)

None of

66. TEN 1) [24] [36] [24] these

2) [30] [24] [30]

3) [12] [36] [12]

4) [6] [36] [6]

5)

None of

67. NINE 1) [42] [24] [42] [24] these

2) [42] [24] [24] [42]

3) [24] [42] [42] [24]

4) [24] [42] [24] [42]

5)

None of

Set II Directions (Q68-72): For each question a code is followed by three words written in capital letters. You have to decide which of the given three words can be denoted by the respective code given in A, B and C. Choose appropriate answer from given answer choices.

68. [12] [24] [24] [12] A. IRIS B. ANTE

C. INCA

1)

Only A and B

2) Only B and C

3) Only A and C

4) All of the above

5) None

of

these

 

69. [24] [6] [6] [24] A. FEET B.

DOES

C. ACME

1)

Only A and B

2) Only B and C

3) Only A and C

4) All of the above

5) None

of

these

 

70. [30] [24] [30]

A. ATE B. ONE C. ERA

 

1)

Only A and B

2) Only B and C

3) Only A and C

4) All of the above

5) None

of

these

 

71. [24] [36] [24]

A. HUB B. SKY C. APE

 

1)

Only A

2) Only B

3) Only C

4) None of the above

5)

None of

these

 

72. [18] [24] [18] [24 A. VETO B. LATE C. DIME

 

1)

Only A

2) Only B

3) Only C

4) None of the above

5)

None of

these Directions (Q. 73-77): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below it:

Digits in the numbers are to be coded as follows:

Following conditions are to be observed:

i) If the first digit is even and the last digit is odd they are to be coded as $ and @ respectively.

ii) If the first digit is odd and the last digit is even they are to be coded as # and £ respectively.

iii) If 0 is preceded as well as followed by an odd digit then 0 is to be coded as *.

iv) If 0 is preceded as well as followed by even digit then 0 is to be coded as

v) 0 is not considered as either even or odd.

.

73. What will be the code for 1375490?

1)

DHNLQGT

2) #HNLQG£

3) DHNLQG*

4)

£HNLQG#

5) None of these

74. $ Q R L * H @ is the code for which of the following numbers?

1)

8456037

2) 8465032

3) 6475031

4)

6460539

5) Data inadequate

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75. Q L P R N T is the code for which of the following numbers?

1) 4570680

4) Data inadequate

2) 4780650

5) None of these

3) 6580470

76. What will be the code for 7620486?

1) £RF QP#

4) £RF*QP#

2) #RF QP£

5) None of these

3) #RF*QP£

77. What will be the code for 36250098?

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1)

#RFL**G£

2) $RFLTTG@

3)

#RFLTTG£

4)

$RFL**G@

5) None of these

SBI PO Exam - 2000 Directions (Q. 78-87): In a certain code, letters of English alphabet (consonants and vowels) are coded as given for some words. The numeric code for each letter is given in bracket under coded form and corresponds to the letter in the word in the same serial order. Study the coded forms of the given words and find out the rules for their codification. Applying

those rules, answer the questions that follow in the two sets.

Word

Coded Form

 

SEAT

:

[5]

[15] [15]

[5]

CUT

:

[5]

[10] [5]

ONE

:

[0]

[5]

[0]

DEEP

:

[5]

[20] [20] [5]

POUR

:

[5]

[15] [15] [5]

PIN

:

[5]

[10] [5]

NONE

:

[5]

[25] [5]

[25]

BOOK

:

[5]

[20] [20] [5]

OPEN

:

[30] [5]

[30]

[5]

ATE

:

[0]

[5]

[0]

PAGE

:

[5]

[25] [5]

[25]

UNIT

:

[30]

[5] [30]

[5]

Directions (Q. 76-80): Find out the coded form of each of the words printed in bold.

78. DOSE

1)

[5] [15]

these

79. SIP

[5] [15]

2) [5] [10]

[5]

[30]

3) [5] [30]

[5] [30]

4) [5]

[0]

[5]

[15]

5)

None of

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1)

[5] [0] [5]

 

2) [0] [5] [0]

3) [5] [5] [5]

4)

[5]

[10] [5]

5) None of these

 

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80. AGED

 

1)

[0] [5] [0] [5]

2) [30] [10] [30] [10]

3) [30] [5] [30] [5]

4) [25] [5] [25] [5]

5)

None of

these

 
 

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81. DATA

 

1)

[5] [30] [5] [30]

2) [5] [25] [5] [25]

3) [5] [15] [5] [15]

4) [5] [10] [5] [10]

5) None

of

these

 
 

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82. EVE

 

1)

[0]

[5]

[0]

2) [0]

[15] [0]

3) [15] [15] [15]

4) [0]

[10] [10]

5)

None of

these

SBI Bank PO - 2003 Directions (Q. 83-87): Which of the words denoted by (A), (B) & (C) can be the correct word(s) for the codes given against each question number?

83. [5] [25] [5] [25]

A)

TRAP

B) DRAW

C) BOAT

1) A and B only

2) B and C only

3) A and C only

4) All the three

5) None of these SBI Bank PO - 2003

84. [5] [20] [20] [5]

 

A)

DOLL

B) MOOD

C) BEEP

1) A and B only

2) B and C only

3) A and C only

4) All the three

5) None of these SBI Bank PO - 2003

85. [5] [10] [5]

 

A)

MAN

B) TOP

C) CAT

1) A and B only

2) B and C only

3) A and C only

4) All the three

5) None of these SBI Bank PO - 2003

86. [0]

[5] [0]

A)

ARE

B) AND

C) ORE

1) None

2) All the three

3) A and B only

4)

B and C only

5) A and C only

 

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87. [30] [5] [30] [5]

 

A)

ARID

B) EVIL

C) OURS

1) A and B only

2) B and C only

3) A and C only

4) All the three

5) None of these

SBI Bank PO - 2003 Directions (Q. 88-92): Digits in the number given in each of the following questions are to be coded based on the codes and the conditions given below:

Digit 2 9 4 6 3 8 1 7 5 0 Code P M R
Digit
2
9
4
6
3
8
1
7
5
0
Code
P
M
R
K
T
V
B
W
F
D

Conditions:

i) If both the first and the last digits of a number are odd numbers, they should be coded as ‘Z’.

ii) If both the first and the last digits of a number are even numbers, they should be coded as ‘A’.

Now based on the above information find out which of the combinations is the coded form of the given number in each question.

88. 938752

1)

MTVMWP

2) MTBZWP

3) WPMKTV

4)

MTVWFP

5) None of these

 

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89. 372581

 

1)

ZWPFVZ

2) ZWPFVB

3) TWPFVZ

4)

AWPFVA

5) None of these

 

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90. 631597

 

1)

KTBDMW

2) TKBFMW

3) KTBFMW

4)

RTBFMW

5) None of these

 

Bank of Maharashtra - 2003

91. 843726

 

1)

ZRTWPA

2) ZRIWPZ

3) ARTWPZ

4)ARTVPA

5) None of these

 

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92. 789350

 

1)

WVMTFA

2) WVMTFD

3) ZVMTFD

4)

WVBTFD

5) None of these

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Directions (Q. 93-97): The English alphabet is categorised into 5 groups, each starting with a vowel and encompassing the immediately following consonants in the group. Thus, the first group would have letters A, B, C and D; the second E, F,

G and H; and so on. These groups are assigned values as 10 for the first, 20 for the second, and so on, up to 50 for the last.

Every letter in a particular group will have the same value of the group when used to form words. The value of each letter should add up to compute the value of the word. If the word has letters only from the same group, the value of the word would

be the value of the letter multiplied by the number of letters in the word. However, if the letters in a word are from different

groups, the value of the first letter of the word and any other letter of that group will be the same as that of its group, but that

of the subsequent letter will be ‘double’ as much as the value of its group.

For example: The value of ‘CAB’ will be 30 (i.e., 10 + 10 + 10) as all the three letters are from the first group, each one having a value of 10. The value of ‘BUT’ will be 10 + (50 × 2) + (40 × 2) = 190. The value of ‘JUNK’ will be 30 + (50 × 2) + 30 + 30 = 190. Now, find out the value of each word in the following questions:

93. AGE

1)

50

2) 90

3) 60

4) 70

5) None of these

 
 

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94. QUEUE

 

1)

140

2) 280

3) 320

4) 360

5) None of these

 
 

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95. SPORT

 

1)

200

2) 360

3) 380

4) 250

5) None of these

 
 

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96. HIGH

 

1)

40

2)

60

3) 70

4) 80

5)

None of these

 

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97. SHOP

 

1)

70

2) 120

3) 130

4) 140

5) None of these

 

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Directions (Q. 98-102): Considering the information given for questions 91-95, find out which one or two or three of the words denoted by A, B, C correspond to the given value?

98. 80

A)

HEAD

B) AHEAD

C) ODD

 

1) A and B only

2) A and C only

3) B and C only

4) All the three

5) None of these SBI Associates PO - 2002

99. 200

 

A)

HOW

B) SKY

C) BEGAY

1) A and B only

2) B and C only

3) A and C

only

4) A only

5) All the three SBI Associates PO - 2002

100. 230

 

A)

PAWN

B) WOLF

C) DOWN

1) A only 4) A and C only

2) B only 5) B and C only

3) C only

 

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101. 50

A)

DAM

B) MAD

C) BAD

 

1) A only

 

2) A and B only

3) B and C only

4) B only

5) None

of

these

 
 

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102. 90

A)

BEG

B) WAD

C) NOD

1) A only 4) A and B

only

2) B only 5) All the three

3) C only

SBI Associates PO - 2002 Directions (Q. 103-107): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

The consonants of English alphabet have been coded by using digits 1 to 8 and the vowels have been coded by using different symbols.

Letters

G

B

K

H

Z

M

F

RVC

SDQX

J

N

T

LWY

P

Digit

5

4

1

3

2

8

7

If any vowel is neither in

the beginning

nor at the end, it is coded as ‘6’. If any vowel is at the beginning or at the end,

it is coded as ‘9’. However, if the same vowel is placed at both beginning and the end, it is coded as ‘$’ at both the places. How will the following letter-groups be coded?

103. PKDEJHI

1) 712653$

2) 7129539

3) 7126539

4) 712$53$

5) None of these

 

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104. AFDQENI

1) 9728649

2) $72864$

3) 9728949

4) 6728949

5) None of these

 

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105. OPTIONAL

1) $7166463

2) $7199493

3) 67199493

4) 97166463

5) None of these

 

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106. EGTARLQE

1) 95165389

2) 65195386

3) $519538$

4) $51$538$

5) None of these

 

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107. ENIANGE

1) $4$$45$

2) 9466459

3) $46645$

4) 6499456

5) None of these

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Directions (Q. 108-112): In the following questions word is coded in number.

You have to find out which letter code inscribed in options 1, 2, 3 and 4 is correct. If the letter code is not present in the given alternatives give answer 5.

108. Y W Q N F

1) 75203

 

2) 25703

3) 27503

4) 25793

5) None of these

109. X J

F

D Z

 

1) 69315

 

2) 69284

3)

69384

4) 67384

5) None of these

110. Y F Z Q X 1) 23476

2) 23467

3) 73846

4) 23596

5) None of these

111. J

W N

D

A

1) 90583

 

2) 93058

3) 75083

4) 95083

5) None of these

112. W

Q

A

D

N

1) 57801 2) 50718

3) 47180

4) 59180

5) None of these

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Directions (Q. 113-117): Study the following information and answer the questions given below:

In a certain code, the symbol for 0 (zero) is @ and for 1 is $. There are no other symbols for all other numbers greater

than one. The numbers greater than 1 are to be written only by using the two symbols given above. The value of the symbol for 1, doubles itself every time it shifts one place to the left. Study the following example:

‘0’ is written as @‘1’ is written as $

‘2’ is written as $@

‘4’ is written as $@@ and so on

‘3’ is written as $$

113. Which of the following will represent 11?

1) $@$$

2) @$$@ 3) $$@@

4) $@$@@

5) None of these

114. Which of the following will represent 8?

1) $$@@

2) @$$@

3) $$@@

4) @@$$

5) None of these

115. Which of the following numbers will be represented by $$@$?

1) 8

2) 11

3) 13

4) 12

5) None of these

116. Which of the following will represent the value of the product 3 × 3 + 1?

1) $$@$

2) $@$@ 3) $@@$$

4) $$$

5) None of these

117. Which of the following numbers will be represented by $@@@$?

1) 22

2) 31

3) 14

4) 17

5) None of these

SBI PO - 1999 Directions (Q.118-122): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. In a certain code, the symbol for 0 (zero) is and for 1 is $. There is no other symbol for all other numbers greater than

1. The numbers greater than 1 are to be written using only the two symbols given above. The value of symbol for 1 doubles itself everytime it shifts one place to the left. Study the following example.

‘0’ is written as ‘2’ is written as $ ‘4’ is written as $

‘1’ is written as $ ‘3’ is written as $$ and so on.

118. Which of the following will represent 7 × (1 + 4 ÷ 2)?

1) $

$

$

2) $$

$

3) $

$$

4) $

$

5) None of these

 

119. Which of the following symbol arrangement will represent ‘9’?

1)

$$$

2) $

$

3) $

$

4) $$

5) None of these

 

120. The symbol arrangement $

2) 15

121. The symbol arrangment $$

1) 18

3) 17

4) 16

$$ represents which of the following numbers? 5) None of these

$

represents which of the following?

4) 50

122. Which of the following represents the number 24?

1) 28

2) 48

3) 26

5) None of these

1) $

$

2) $$

3) $$$

4) $

$$

5) None of these

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