D.1-5) Answer the following questions:

In a certain code language-

Simple Game No Rules’ coded as ‘Yimpl35 Kam15 P3 Wule25’

Demand And Supply Economics’ coded as ‘Jeman36 Dn10 Yuppl36 Nconomic82’

Makes Money Only Part’ coded as  ‘Rake25 Rone25 Snl17 Tar16’

1) What is the code for ‘Apple’ in that code language?

a) Fppl25

b) Fppl24

c) Eppl26

d) Cannot be determined

e) None of these

d)

Followed by type4, first and last letter vowel so cannot be determined.

Coding pattern:

Type1: If First letter of the word is vowel and last letter of the word is not vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of letter’s position in alphabet after that vowel.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count+1

Ex:’And’ is coded as ‘Dn10’

First letter =A’s position+ ’number of letter’= A + 3= D

Last Letter = square of 3 +1=9+1=10

Type2: If First letter of the word is not vowel  and last letter of the word is  vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count-1

Ex: ‘Game’ is coded as ‘kam15’ same way

Dare’ is coded as ‘Har15’.

First letter =d’s position+ ’number of letter’= d + 4= H

Last Letter = (no. Of letter square)-1=16-1=15

Type3: If both are consonants means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count

Ex:’Call’ is coded as ‘Gal16’.

Type4:If both First letter and Last letter are vowel means cannot be determined.

2) What is the code for ‘Elephant’ in that code language?

a) Mlephan64

b) Nlephan65

c) Mlkephan81

d) Mlephan65

e) None of these

d)

Followed by type1 ‘Elephant’ coded as ‘Mlephan65’

Coding pattern:

Type1: If First letter of the word is vowel and last letter of the word is not vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of letter’s position in alphabet after that vowel.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count+1

Ex:’And’ is coded as ‘Dn10’

First letter =A’s position+ ’number of letter’= A + 3= D

Last Letter = square of 3 +1=9+1=10

Type2: If First letter of the word is not vowel  and last letter of the word is  vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count-1

Ex: ‘Game’ is coded as ‘kam15’ same way

Dare’ is coded as ‘Har15’.

First letter =d’s position+ ’number of letter’= d + 4= H

Last Letter = (no. Of letter square)-1=16-1=15

Type3: If both are consonants means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count

Ex:’Call’ is coded as ‘Gal16’.

Type4:If both First letter and Last letter are vowel means cannot be determined.

3) which of the following code for ‘Money Make Many Things’ in that code language?

a) Rone25 Rake25 Qan15 Zhing37

b) Rone25 Rake25 Qan16 Zhing36

c) Qan16 Rake25 Zhing37 Rone25

d) Zhing36 Rake24 Qan16 Rone25

e)   None of these

b)

Money Make Many Things’ coded as ‘Rone25 Rake25 Qan16 Zhing36’

Coding pattern:

Type1: If First letter of the word is vowel and last letter of the word is not vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of letter’s position in alphabet after that vowel.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count+1

Ex:’And’ is coded as ‘Dn10’

First letter =A’s position+ ’number of letter’= A + 3= D

Last Letter = square of 3 +1=9+1=10

Type2: If First letter of the word is not vowel  and last letter of the word is  vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count-1

Ex: ‘Game’ is coded as ‘kam15’ same way

Dare’ is coded as ‘Har15’.

First letter =d’s position+ ’number of letter’= d + 4= H

Last Letter = (no. Of letter square)-1=16-1=15

Type3: If both are consonants means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count

Ex:’Call’ is coded as ‘Gal16’.

Type4:If both First letter and Last letter are vowel means cannot be determined.

4) which of the following code for ‘Bird Fly’ in that code language?

a) Fird16  Il9

b) Hird24 Il10

c) Grid25 Li10

d) Fird36 Il9

e) None of these

Followed by type3  ‘Bird Fly’ is coded as ‘Fird16  Il9’

Coding pattern:

Type1: If First letter of the word is vowel and last letter of the word is not vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of letter’s position in alphabet after that vowel.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count+1

Ex:’And’ is coded as ‘Dn10’

First letter =A’s position+ ’number of letter’= A + 3= D

Last Letter = square of 3 +1=9+1=10

Type2: If First letter of the word is not vowel  and last letter of the word is  vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count-1

Ex: ‘Game’ is coded as ‘kam15’ same way

Dare’ is coded as ‘Har15’.

First letter =d’s position+ ’number of letter’= d + 4= H

Last Letter = (no. Of letter square)-1=16-1=15

Type3: If both are consonants means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count

Ex:’Call’ is coded as ‘Gal16’.

Type4:If both First letter and Last letter are vowel means cannot be determined.

5) which of the following code for  ‘College’ in that code language?

a) Jolleg49

b) Holleg48

c) Jolleg48

d) Iolleg49

e) None of these

c)

Followed by type2 ‘College’ is coded as ‘Jolleg48’

Coding pattern:

Type1: If First letter of the word is vowel and last letter of the word is not vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of letter’s position in alphabet after that vowel.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count+1

Ex:’And’ is coded as ‘Dn10’

First letter =A’s position+ ’number of letter’= A + 3= D

Last Letter = square of 3 +1=9+1=10

Type2: If First letter of the word is not vowel  and last letter of the word is  vowel means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count-1

Ex: ‘Game’ is coded as ‘kam15’ same way

Dare’ is coded as ‘Har15’.

First letter =d’s position+ ’number of letter’= d + 4= H

Last Letter = (no. Of letter square)-1=16-1=15

Type3: If both are consonants means, count the number of letter and square the value.

First letter is replaced by that number of  letter’s position in alphabet after that consonant.

Last letter is replaced by a value which is => Square of count

Ex:’Call’ is coded as ‘Gal16’.

Type4:If both First letter and Last letter are vowel means cannot be determined.

D.6-10) Study the following data and answer following asked below.

he is our cousin” is written as “ !12s  \$6f  ^42o  %6t “

I like to juice” is written as “ @20f  #30f  %2J   `6p “

his friend dead” is written as “ (20e  \$12t  *42e “

avoids rash drive” is written as “ /20i  (30f  )42t

6) Which of the following is coded as “(20e”?

b) drive

c) like

d) friend

e) can’t be determined

a)

(A) 20e –> dead

7) Which of the following is coding for “Signal jamer”?

a) &42m #30s

b) &30n #24s

c) !42k #30q

d) ^42m #25s

e) &24m #30s

a)

(A) signal —> &42m;          jamer –> #30s

8)Which of the following can be coded as “ ^20u  +56l

a) bullock roat

b) bullock cart

c) flubber cart

d) hoijack raot

e) none of these

b)

(B) 20u –> cart;        +56l –> bullock

9) Which of the following is coding for “fast and curious”?

a) *20u ^56t (12e

b) *20u ^42t )20e

c) *30u ^56t )12e

d) (20u ^42t *12e

e) *20u ^56t )12e

e)

(E) fast –> ×20u; and –>) 12e; curious –> ^56t

10) Which of the following is coding for “damper” ?

a) a) @44s

b) (42s

c) c) )42s

d) \$36s

e) `36q