# Practice Important Reasoning Ability Questions for IBPS SO Prelims Exam 2017

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Today we are providing questions on Coding & Decoding. Solve and crack your exams in the forthcoming days.

# CODING & DECODING

D.1-3) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In a certain code language,

‘small Pluto in solar way’ is written as ‘pic   asvjudjskslv ’

‘I hid in the solar glory’ is written as ‘facvesslv    pic    lmdprt’

‘butterfly finding its own way’ is written as ‘swtpstjudaic  opt’

‘like the small coloured butterfly’ is written as ‘aicjsdjskcdflmd’

Q.1) What may be the possible code for ‘finding own Pluto way’ is written in that code language?

a) swt optpstjud

b) asvswt opt pst

c) asvjudswtpst

d) judasvswtjsk

e) None of these

Q.2) What may be the code for ‘coloured solar like’?

a) pic cdfves

b) vescdfjsd

c) jsdcdffac

d) jsdcdfslv

e) None of these

Q.3) If ‘I hid in planet’ is written as ‘pic   vesfacgqa’ then what is the code for ’glory like coloured’ in that code language?

a) jsdprtlmd

b) prtjsdcdf

c) cdfprtjsk

d) prtlmdcdf

e) None of these

D.4-6) Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Input:

 M#P @E2 FV9 TI5 J7 %U8 XM3 \$LG

Step I:

 \$LG KM2 %U9 J5 TI7 FV8 @E3 M#P

Step II:

Note:

If vowel is immediately preceded by a symbol and followed by a number, then the letters are changed to the previous vowel and numbers are changed as next prime number.

The cell which contains two consonant with even number, then the letters are changed opposite letter in the alphabetical serious (i.e A=Z, B=Y…M=N).

The cell which contains only symbol and alphabet swapped the symbol between the cell which is also having only symbol and alphabet.

 #LG PN2 %O11 J5 TI7 UE8 @A5 M\$P

Step III:

 #OT TI7 %L11 PN2 @I5 FV8 J5 N\$K

Step III is the last step of the rearrangement. As per the rules followed in the above steps, find out in each of the following questions the appropriate step for the following input.

Input

 ^AR QJ3 P9 SL5 &I4 GU7 *E6 T©X

Q.4) Which of the following elements will come in the third row of the second column in step II?

a) QJ6

b) HO4

c) &E7

d) JQ6

e) None of these

Q.5) Which of the following elements are in the third column in step III?

b) G^C, TW9, HO4

e) None of these

Q.6) Which element replaces ‘&E7’ in step III?

a) *A5

b) HO4

c) JQ6

d) &E7

e) None of these

D.4-6)

Input

 ^AR QJ3 P9 SL5 &A4 GU7 *E6 T©X

Step I

 T©X *E3 GU9 &I5 SL4 P7 QJ6 ^AR

Step II

 T^X *A5 GU9 &E7 HO4 P7 JQ6 ©AR

Step III

 G^C HO4 TF9 *A5 JQ6 K7 &E7 ©ZI

4.(d)

5.(c)

6.(a)

D.7-10) Read the following information carefully and answer the questions given below:

In certain coded language,

‘Countdown begins for polling’ is coded as ‘H&2   I\$1   L^3   W*2’

‘Results banned till December’ is coded as ‘H&2   Y*2    X#1    L!3’

‘Anonymity of cash removed’ is coded as ‘Q@1    G#1   Y*3    J^3’

‘Nationwide power market’ is coded as ‘X+5    S&2    U%2’

Q.7) What is the code for ‘Public’ from the above code language?

a) V&2

b) V#3

c) W*2

d) U\$2

e) None of these

Q.8) What is the code for ‘Quantum’ from the above code language?

a) X*2

b) W@2

c) Y%1

d) X*3

e) None of these

Q.9) Code ‘N!3’ may represents which of the following words?

a) Presents

b) Failure

d) Culture

e) None of these

Q.10) What does the code ‘L#2  K!2’ represents?

a) conflict here

b) stages early

c) inert use

d) papers like

e) None of these

D.7-10)

Countdown – L ^ 3

For symbol => based on number of letters present in the word

2 – @          5 – %                    8 – !

3 – \$            6 – &            9 – ^

4 – #           7 – *            10 – +

For numbers – number of vowel present in the word

For letters: If 1st letter ‘C’ = ‘3’ and

No. of letters – 9

So, 9 + 3 = 12 = ‘L’

7.(a)

8.(d)

9.(e)

10. (a)

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