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Coding Decoding Questions for SSC CHSL Set-3 PDF

Download SSC CHSL Coding Decoding Questions with answers Set-3 PDF based on previous papers very useful for SSC CHSL Exams. Top-10 Very Important Questions for SSC Exam

Question 1:Â In a certain code language, “DELETE” is written as “#@^@%@” and “GRAM” is written as “!?*&”. How is”TELEGRAM” written in that code language?

a)Â %@^@^?*&

b)Â %@^@!?^&

c)Â %@*@!?*&

d)Â %@^@!?*&

Question 2:Â In a certain code language, “NUMBER” is written as “156897” and “BARREN” is written as “847791”. How is “RUBBER” written in that code language?

a)Â 759597

b)Â 758897

c)Â 795957

d)Â 795579

Question 3:Â If “S” denotes “multiplied by”, “P” denotes “subtracted from”, “R” denotes “added to” and “Q” denotes “divided by”, then 14641 Q 121 P 100 S 2 R 100 =?

a)Â 48

b)Â 21

c)Â 61

d)Â 31

Question 4:Â In a certain code language, “MATERIAL” is written as “RIALMATE”. How is “REMEMBER” written in that code language?

a)Â REMEREBM

b)Â MBEREMER

c)Â MBERREME

d)Â MBERREEM

Question 5:Â In a certain code language, “CERTAIN” is written as “DFSTBJO”. How is “CRICKET” written in that code language?

a)Â DSJBLFU

b)Â DSJDLFU

c)Â DSJCLFU

d)Â DSJCLFV

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Question 6:Â If “A” denotes “added to”, “B” denotes “divided by”, “C” denotes “multiplied by” and “D” denotes “subtracted from”, then
87 B 3 C 4 A 4 D 50 = ?

a)Â 65

b)Â 75

c)Â 70

d)Â 80

Question 7:Â In a certain code language, “TERMITE” is written as “UDSLJSF”. How is “MINISTER” written in that code language?

a)Â NHOHSTFQ

b)Â NHHOTSFQ

c)Â NHOHTSFQ

d)Â NHOHTSQF

Question 8:Â In a certain code language, “DANGER” is written as “145237” and “RANCOR” is written as “745967”. How is “RAGE” written in that code language?

a)Â 7231

b)Â 7234

c)Â 7423

d)Â 7441

Question 9:Â If “S” denotes “multiplied by”, “V” denotes “subtracted from”, “M” denotes “added to” and “L” denotes “divided by”, then
12 V 3 M 441 L 21 S 8 = ?

a)Â 661

b)Â Â­170

c)Â 174

d)Â 177

Question 10:Â In a certain code language, “MOTHER” is written as “NPUGDQ”. How is “ORANGE” written in that code language ?

a)Â PSBMDF

b)Â PSBMFD

c)Â PBSMFD

d)Â PSBDMF

In the given code language,Â

D = #, L = ^, T = %, E = @, G = !, R = ?, A = *, M =Â &.

Therefore, the code for TELEGRAM is coded asÂ %@^@!?*&.

Hence, option d is the correct answer.

The codes for each letter is givenÂ :

RÂ ->Â 7
UÂ ->Â 5
BÂ ->Â 8
BÂ ->Â 8
EÂ ->Â 9
R -> 7

Thus, RUBBER :Â 758897

=> Ans – (B)

ExpressionÂ :Â 14641 Q 121 P 100 S 2 R 100 =?

$\equiv14641\div121-100\times2+100$

= $(\frac{14641}{121})-(100\times2)+(100)$

= $121-200+100=21$

=> Ans – (B)

“MATERIAL” is written as “RIALMATE”

The pattern followed is that the word is divided into two parts = (MATE) (RIAL) and both of them replace each other, i.e. = (RIAL) (MATE) to form the code.

Similarly, for REMEMBER = (REME) (MBER), swapping both parts, we getÂ :

REMEMBERÂ :Â MBERREME

=> Ans – (C)

“CERTAIN” is written as “DFSTBJO”

The pattern followed isÂ :

Similarly, for CRICKETÂ :Â DSJCLFU

=> Ans – (C)

Expression :Â 87 B 3 C 4 A 4 D 50 = ?

$\equiv87\div3\times4+4-50$

= $(29\times4)-46$

= $116-46=70$

=> Ans – (C)

“TERMITE” is written as “UDSLJSF”

The pattern followed isÂ :

Similarly, for MINISTER :Â NHOHTSFQ

=> Ans – (C)

The codes for each letter is givenÂ :

RÂ ->Â 7
AÂ ->Â 4
GÂ ->Â 2
E -> 3

Thus, RAGE :Â 7423

=> Ans – (C)

Expression :Â 12 V 3 M 441 L 21 S 8 = ?

$\equiv12-3+441\div21\times8$

= $9+(21\times8)$

= $9+168=177$

=> Ans – (D)