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**Question 1:Â **If CHANGE is coded as 6108424 and MODIFY is coded as 535932, then what is the code for VISUAL?

a)Â 598268

b)Â 598686

c)Â 578486

d)Â 578888

**1)Â AnswerÂ (B)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

**Reverse(opposite) of the place values of each letterâ€™s digits are added.**

- CHANGE â‡’ XSZMTV â‡’ 24 19 26 13 20 22 â‡’ 6108424
- MODIFY â‡’ NLWRUB â‡’ 14 12 23 18 21 2 â‡’ 535932
- VISUAL â‡’ ERHFZO â‡’ 5 18 8 6 26 15 â‡’ 598686

Hence, **option b** is the correct answer.

**Question 2:Â **If WATER is coded as 335 and MILK is coded as 180, then what is the code for JUICE?

a)Â 225

b)Â 250

c)Â 240

d)Â 275

**2)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

Sum of the place values will be multiplied by the number of letters within the word.

WATER â‡’ 23+1+20+5+18 â‡’ $5\times67$ = 335

MILK â‡’ 13+9+12+11 â‡’ $4\times45$ = 180

JUICE â‡’ 10+21+9+3+5 â‡’ $5\times48$ = 240

Hence, **option c** is the correct answer.

**Question 3:Â **In a certain code language SOFTWARE is coded as 1561518192023, then what is the code for DIVISION?

a)Â 499915141922

b)Â 499195151922

c)Â 499914151922

d)Â 499195141922

**3)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

First all the letters will be placed in alphabetical order from left to right and after that their place values will be written accordingly.

SOFTWARE â‡’ AEFORSTW â‡’ 1561518192023

Similarly,

DIVISION â‡’ DIIINOSV â‡’ 499914151922

Hence, option c is the correct answer.

**Question 4:Â **In a certain code language WASTE is coded as 280 and MINIMUM is coded as 70, then what is the code for ENERGY?

a)Â 255

b)Â 270

c)Â 240

d)Â 225

**4)Â AnswerÂ (B)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

Difference between the sum ofÂ place values of vowels and consonants will be multiplied by 5.

WASTE â‡’ 23 1 19 20 5 â‡’ (23+19+20)-(1+5) = 62-6 â‡’ 5×56 = 280

MINIMUM â‡’ 13 9 14 9 13 21 13 â‡’ (13+14+13+13)-(9+9+21) = 53-39 = 5×14 = 70

Similarly,

ENERGY â‡’ 5 14 5 18 7 25 â‡’ (14+18+7+25)-(5+5) = 64-10 = 5×54 = 270

Hence, option b is the correct answer.

**Question 5:Â **In a certain code language ENTER is coded as 25701002590, then what is the code for SHIFT?

a)Â 95454030100

b)Â 95403030100

c)Â 95453040100

d)Â 95404530100

**5)Â AnswerÂ (D)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

Place value of each letter is multiplied by 5 and wrttten as it is :

ENTER â‡’ 5 14 20 5 18 â‡’ (5×5) (14×5) (20×5) (5×5) (18×5) = 25701002590

Similarly,

SHIFT â‡’ 19 8 9 6 20 â‡’ (19×5) (8×5) (9×5) (6×5) (20×5) = 95404530100

Hence, option d is the correct answer.

**Question 6:Â **In a certain code language MARKET is coded as 250712 and SEGMENT is coded as 2352758, then what is the code for CONTROL?

a)Â 1432343

b)Â 1437243

c)Â 1472343

d)Â 1473243

**6)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

First write the given word in reverse order.Â After that convert the place values of those which are in double digit into a single digit by taking the difference.

MARKET â‡’ TEKRAM â‡’ 20 5 11 18 1 13 â‡’ 250712

SEGMENT â‡’ TNEMGES â‡’ 20 14 5 13 7 5 19 â‡’ 2352758

Similarly,

CONTROL â‡’ LORTNOC â‡’ 12 15 18 20 14 15 3 â‡’ 1472343

Hence, option c is the correct answer.

**Question 7:Â **In a certain code language YOUTH is coded as 46, then what is the code for CIVIL?

a)Â 72

b)Â 88

c)Â 76

d)Â 80

**7)Â AnswerÂ (D)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

Sum of the place value of the reverse alphabets :

YOUTH â‡’ BLFGS â‡’ 2+12+6+7+19 = 46

Similarly,

CIVIL â‡’ XRERO â‡’ 24+18+5+18+15 = 80

Hence, option d is the correct answer.

**Question 8:Â **In a certain code language SCAN is coded as 33 and PRINT is coded as 72, then what is the code for MICRO?

a)Â 61

b)Â 53

c)Â 59

d)Â 65

**8)Â AnswerÂ (B)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

Number of letters in the word is subtracted from the sum of the place values of the letters.

SCAN â‡’ 19+3+1+14 = 37-4 = 33

PRINT â‡’ 16+18+9+14+20 = 77-5 = 72

Similarly,

MICRO â‡’ 13+9+3+18+15 = 58-5 = 53

Hence, option b is the correct answer.

**Question 9:Â **In a certain code language ASSET is coded as 7228826, then what is the code for ROUND?

a)Â 23132619

b)Â 21332619

c)Â 23136129

d)Â 21336129

**9)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

First the alphabet of a word isÂ written in reverse order, then place value of the reverse alphabet is written as it is :

ASSET â‡’ TESSA â‡’ GVHHZ â‡’ 7228826

Similarly,

ROUND â‡’ DNUOR â‡’ WMFLI â‡’ 23136129

Hence, option c is the correct answer.

**Question 10:Â **In a certain code language SATURDAY is coded as 2132223206327, then what is the code for TRADITIONAL?

a)Â 2220361122111716314

b)Â 2220341122111713614

c)Â 2220361122117116314

d)Â 2220341122117116314

**10)Â AnswerÂ (A)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

Addition of 2 in the Place value of each alphabet in a word as written as it is :

SATURDAY â‡’ 19 1 20 21 18 4 1 25 â‡’ (19+2) (1+2) (20+2) (21+2) (18+2) (4+2) (1+2) (25+2) â‡’ 2132223206327

Similarly,

TRADITIONAL â‡’ 20 18 1 4 9 20 9 15 14 1 12 â‡’ (20+2) (18+2) (1+2) (4+2) (9+2) (20+2) (9+2) (15+2) (14+2) (1+2) (12+2) â‡’ 2220361122111716314

Hence, option a is the correct answer.

**Question 11:Â **In a certain code language FLOW is coded as 63675161, then what is the code for TASK?

a)Â 2035977

b)Â 2039555

c)Â 2039577

d)Â 2035955

**11)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

The Pattern followed here is :

Place value of the letters in the word is multiplied by consecutive odd number from the beginning with 1.

FLOW â‡’ 6 12 15 23 â‡’ (6×1) (12×3) (15×5) (23×7) = 63675161

Similarly,

TASK â‡’ 20 1 19 11 â‡’ (20×1) (1×3) (19×5) (11×7) = 2039577

Hence, option c is the correct answer.

**Question 12:Â **In a certain code language FAMILY is coded as 30 and PROFIT is coded as 39, then what is the code for LAPTOP?

a)Â 38

b)Â 26

c)Â 22

d)Â 34

**12)Â AnswerÂ (B)**

**Solution:**

First each of the letterâ€™s place values will be converted into a single digit, then after their digit sum will be done.

FAMILY â‡’ 6 1 13 9 12 25 â‡’ 6+1+4+9+3+7 = 30

PROFIT â‡’ 16 18 15 6 9 20 â‡’ 7+9+6+6+9+2 = 39

LAPTOP â‡’ 12 1 16 20 15 16 â‡’ 3+1+7+2+6+7 = 26

Hence, option b is the correct answer.

**Question 13:Â **In a certain code language PAGE is coded as 316 and LOCK is coded as 268, then what is the code for FORM?

a)Â 248

b)Â 250

c)Â 236

d)Â 224

**13)Â AnswerÂ (D)**

**Solution:**

Sum of the place values of the opposite letters of the word is multiplied by 4.

PAGE â‡’ KZTV â‡’ 11+26+20+22 â‡’ 79×4 = 316

LOCK â‡’ OLXP â‡’ 15+12+24+16 â‡’ 67×4 = 268

FORM â‡’ ULIN â‡’ 21+12+9+14 â‡’ 56×4 = 224

Hence, option d is the correct answer.

**Question 14:Â **In a certain code language FACE is coded as 1241840 and MILTON is coded as 263672160150168, then what is the code for PRIME?

a)Â 32752401450

b)Â 32725401450

c)Â 32725410450

d)Â 32752401540

**14)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

FACE â‡’ 6 1 3 5 â‡’ (6×2) (1×4) (3×6) (5×8) â‡’ 1241840

MILTON â‡’ 13 9 12 20 15 14 â‡’ (13×2) (9×4) (12×6) (20×8) (15×10) (14×12) â‡’ 263672160150168

Similarly,

PRIME â‡’ 16 18 9 13 5 â‡’ (16×2) (18×4) (9×6) (13×8) (5×10) â‡’ 32725410450

Hence, option c is the correct answer.

**Question 15:Â **In a certain code language PLASTIC is coded as 1994162366 and LIGHT is coded as 15610523, then what is the code for HOMEWORK?

a)Â 11121622621218

b)Â 11121266212218

c)Â 11121266221218

d)Â 11121622612218

**15)Â AnswerÂ (D)**

**Solution:**

The pattern followed here is :

PLASTIC â‡’ 16 12 1 19 20 9 3 â‡’ (16+3) (12-3) (1+3) (19-3) (20+3) (9-3) (3+3) = 1994162366

LIGHT â‡’ 12 9 7 8 20 â‡’ (12+3) (9-3) (7+3) (8-3) (20+3) = 15610523

Similarly,

HOMEWORK â‡’ 8 15 13 5 23 15 18 11 â‡’ (8+3) (15-3) (13+3) (5-3) (23+3) (15-3) (18+3) (11-3) = 11121622612218

Hence, option d is the correct answer.

**Question 16:Â **If in a certain code language, DANCER is coded as 33 and TENURE is coded as 21, then what is the code for GLASS?

a)Â 56

b)Â 48

c)Â 52

d)Â 44

**16)Â AnswerÂ (A)**

**Solution:**

The difference between the sum ofÂ place values of vowels and consonants within the word.

DANCER â‡’ (DNCR)-(A+E) = (4+14+3+18)-(1+5) = 39-6 = 33

TENURE â‡’ (TNR)-(UEE) = (20+14+18)-(21+5+5) = 52-31 = 21

GLASS â‡’ (GLSS)-(A) = (7+12+19+19)-1 = 57-1 = 56

Hence, option a is the correct answer.

**Question 17:Â **If in a certain code language, NOTEBOOK is coded as 52015141115152 and LAUGHTER is coded as 721112185208, then what is the code for REGIONAL?

a)Â 975218111415

b)Â 975128111415

c)Â 975181211415

d)Â 975282111215

**17)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

NOTEBOOK â‡’ ETONKOOB â‡’ 52015141115152

LAUGHTER â‡’ GUALRETH â‡’ 721112185208

REGIONAL â‡’ IGERLANO â‡’ 975181211415

Hence, option c is the correct answer.

**Question 18:Â **If in a certain code language, DIGITAL is coded as 2854353660224 and ACCOUNT is coded as 7181560632820, then what is the code for FREEDOM?

a)Â 421082520123013

b)Â 421052822301013

c)Â 421052523201013

d)Â 421082822305013

**18)Â AnswerÂ (A)**

**Solution:**

DIGITAL â‡’ 4 9 7 9 20 1 12 â‡’ (4×7) (9×6) (7×5) (9×4) (20×3) (1×2) (12×1) = 2854353660224

ACCOUNT â‡’ 1 3 3 15 21 14 20 â‡’ (1×7) (3×6) (3×5) (15×4) (21×3) (14×2) (20×1) = 7181560632820

FREEDOM â‡’ 6 18 5 5 4 15 13 â‡’ (6×7) (18×6) (5×5) (5×4) (4×3) (15×2) (13×1) = 421082520123013

Hence, option a is the correct answer.

**Question 19:Â **If in a certain code language, CHANGE is coded as 46 and FOUND is coded as 68, then what is the code for GRAPH?

a)Â 54

b)Â 42

c)Â 58

d)Â 46

**19)Â AnswerÂ (C)**

**Solution:**

CHANGE â‡’ 3+8+1+14+7+5 = 38 â‡’ 38+8 = 46

FOUND â‡’ 6+15+21+14+4 = 60 â‡’ 60+8 = 68

GRAPH â‡’ 7+18+1+16+8 = 50 â‡’ 50+8 = 58

Hence, option c is the correct answer.

**Question 20:Â **If in a certain code language, GARDEN is coded as 554917 and EUROPE is coded as 576935, then what is the code for ALPHABET?

a)Â 22517831

b)Â 25218731

c)Â 25218371

d)Â 22517381

**20)Â AnswerÂ (B)**

**Solution:**

GARDEN â‡’ NEDRAG â‡’ 14 5 4 18 1 7 â‡’ 554917

EUROPE â‡’ EPORUE â‡’ 5 16 15 18 21 5 â‡’ 576935

ALPHABET â‡’ TEBAHPLA â‡’ 20 5 2 1 8 16 12 1 â‡’ 25218731

Hence, option b is the correct answer.