## Coding and Decoding For SBI PO : Set – 23

D.1-5) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In a certain code language can you smile please is written as sa ga na ta can you take this is written as ta ra na ka, you are genuine is written as ma la ta and smile and genuine is written a la ba ga.

1) What is the code for this ?

a) ra

b) Either ra or ka

c) ka

d) sa

e) na

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b)

Word Can You Smile Please Take/this are genuine and

Code na ta ga sa Ra/ka ma       la ba

2) smile you person take may be coded as

a) ga ta sa ra

b) ga ta po ra

c) ga ta po ka

d) Either (b)  or (a)

e) None of the these

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d)

Word Can You Smile Please Take/this are genuine and

Code na ta ga sa Ra/ka ma       la ba

3) What does ta stand for?

a) Smile

b) genuine

c) you

d) can

e) None of the these

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c)

Word Can You Smile Please Take/this are genuine and

Code na ta ga sa Ra/ka ma       la ba

4) Which of the following is the code for take and smile?

a) ra ba ga

b) ka ba ga

c) ra ba ta

d) Cant be determined

e) None of the these

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d)

Word Can You Smile Please Take/this are genuine and

Code na ta ga sa Ra/ka ma       la ba

d)

5) What is the code for Smile?

a) ga

b) sa

c) ta

d) na

e) None of the these

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a)

Word Can You Smile Please Take/this are genuine and

Code na ta ga sa Ra/ka ma       la ba

D.6-10) Study the following information carefully to answer these questions:

Numerals 9 2 5 1 4 0 7 3 8 6

Letter/Symbol code M \$ H I % & C # L A

Following conditions apply:

(i) If the first digit as well as the last digit is odd, both are to be coded as ‘Z’

(ii)  If the first digit as well as the last digit is even, both are to be coded as ‘@’

(iii) If the last digit is 0, it is to be coded as ‘*’

6) 392185

a) Z\$MILZ

b) Z\$MLIZ

c) ZM\$LIZ

d) Z\$MLLZ

e) None of these

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e)

Both the first and last digit is odd numbers, hence it is to be coded as ‘Z’ and the remaining letters are coded as their respective codes, then required code is ZM\$ILZ

7) 814376

a) @I%C#@

b) @%I#C@

c) c) @%IC#@

d) @I%#C@

e) None of these

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d)

Both the first and last digit is even numbers, hence it is to be coded as ‘@’ and the remaining letters are coded as their respective codes, then required code is @I%#C@

8) 923546

a) M#\$H%A

b) M#\$%HA

c) M\$#%HA

d) M\$#H%A

e) None of these

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d)

Clearly, each digit of the given number is coded as their respective codes, then required code is    M\$#H%A

9) 752380

a) CH\$#L*

b) CH#\$L*

c) CH\$L#*

d) CHL\$#*

e) None of these

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a)

The last digit of the given number is ‘0’ which is to be coded as ‘*’ and the remaining numerals are to be coded with their respective codes, then required code is CH\$#L*

10) 192547

a) Z\$MH%Z

b) Z\$M%HZ

c) ZM\$H%Z

d) ZMH\$%Z

e) None of these

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c)

Both the 1st and  last digits are odd number. So each of them to be coded as ‘Z’. The remaining numerals are to be coded with their respective codes, then required code is    ZM\$H%Z