Competitive Exam Tips |Coding Decoding Shortcut Tricks May 12, 2020 by Anil Patil

Coding Decoding Shortcut Tricks……………………………………………Coding Decoding is simplest and scoring chapter of Reasoning. Whenever you face these type of easy questions never skip them.
First of all we should know the positioning (in numerical value) and opposite of all alphabets. The below given diagram explain itself:

(Above given diagram shows the numerical values of different alphabets as well as particular alphabet’s opposite alphabets e.g. Numeric value of F is 6 and opposite of F is U and U’s numeric value is 21 and so on).

Part 1
Ques 1. If in a certain language “NIL” is written as “MOHJKM”, then how will “BOND” be written in that language?
ACNPOMCE
ANCPMOCE
ACNPMOCE
ACNPMEOC
None of The Above

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Part – 2
Coding Decoding Shortcut Tricks

 Trick – Each letter is coded with its left and right letters in English alphabet manner is used

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Ques 2. If in a certain language, “TOP” is written as “OQNPSU”, then how will “SUN” be coded in that language?
MOVTRT
MOTVRT
MOVTTR
MOVRTT
None of The Above

Solution 2. (Option B)

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Trick – Each letter is coded with its left and right letters in English alphabet manner is used.

Ques 3. If “PKROK” is coded as 72962 and KRRPK as “29972” , then how can “QLSAZ” be coded?
45716
74315
91523
51430
None of The Above

Solution 3. (Option D)
P – 7
K – 2
R – 9
O – 6
K – 2
(From above it shows that P is coded as 7, K is coded as 2, R is coded as 9 and O is coded as 6 that means code of “QLSAZ” does not have either 7, 2, 9, 6 in options. Hence, required code will be 51430, which is given in Option D). In simple words, we can say that the options which does not contain either of 7, 2, 9 and 6 is answer.

Ques 4. If in a certain code language “SIMILAR” is written as “IZORNRH” , then how will “BECTOR” be written in that language?
ILGXYV
ILGXVY
ILXGYV
ILXYVG
None of The Above

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Solution 4. (Option B)

 Trick of Opposite Alphabets is used.

Ques 5. In a certain code language “TIGER” is written as “2097518”, then how will “TENDULKAR” be written in that language?

205144212156212
205144221111182
205144211211118
205144211532522
None of The Above
Solution 5.       (Option C)

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