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In a certain code language 'allow children to play on the ground' is written as 'play allow on children the to ground' then how will  'the do open not electric touch wires ' be coded from that language?

A) not the electric do touch open wires B) do not touch the electric open wires
C) do not touch the open electric wires D) not the do electric touch open wires

Answer:   C) do not touch the open electric wires

Explanation:

For convenience , we assign numbers to each word :

allow  children  to  play  on  the  ground

   1         2      3    4      5    6       7

It has been coded as : 

play  allow  on  children  the  to  ground

  4       1     5        2       6    3      7

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Hence the given code is :

the  do  open  not  electric  touch  wires

 4     1      5     2       6         3       7

Now arranging them as 1 2 3 4 5 6 7, we have "do not touch the open electric wires'.

Hence, option (3) is correct answer. 

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In a certain coding language, iF GO = 32 & SHE = 49 then SOME will be equal to ?

A) 56 B) 58
C) 62 D) 64
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) 56

Explanation:

If we count letters till the end of the alphabet including that letter in reverse order then
Here the values are nothing but the values corresponding to the alphabets when taken in a reverse order,i.e,A=26 ,B=25...,Z=1
G = 20 and O = 12 totaling 32
S = 8, H = 19 and E = 22 totaling 49

So
SOME = 8 + 12 + 14 + 22 = 56.

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In a certain encryption pattern, HARD is coded as 1357 and SOFT is coded as 2468, What will 21448 stand for ?

A) SHAFT B) SHOOT
C) RAFTS D) ROOTS
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) SHOOT

Explanation:

AS HARD is coded as "1357" and SOFT is coded as "2468"
So H is coded as 1, A as 3, R as 5, D as 7
and S as 2, O as 4, F as 6, T as 8

Now in 21448, go number by number
2 is the code for S
1 is the code for H
4 is the code for O
and
8 is the code for T

hence, 21448 will stand for SHOOT

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In a certain code language 'how many goals scored' is written as '5397'; 'many more matches' is written as '982'; and 'he scored five' is written as '163'. How is 'goals' written in that code language ?

A) 5 B) 7
C) 3 D) Data is not sufficient
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: D) Data is not sufficient

Explanation:

From the given data,
how many goals scored = 5397....(1)
many more matches = 982.....(2)
he scored five = 163.....(3)
from (1)&(2), many = 9 ....(4)
from (1)&(3), scored = 3 ....(5)
Using (4)&(5)in(1), we get goals = 5 or 7.

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In a certain code DOWN is written as '5@9#' and NAME is written as '#6%3'. How is MODE written in that code ?

A) 6@53 B) %@53
C) 53%# D) %#35
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) %@53

Explanation:

From the given information :

D O W N A M E == 5 @ 9 # 6 % 3
MODE = %@53

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In a certain code language, 'how can you go' is written as 'ja da ka pa', 'can you come here' is written as 'na ka sa ja' and 'cone and go' is written as 'ra pa sa'. How is 'here' written in that code ?

A) na B) ja
C) sa D) None
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) na

Explanation:

From the given information :

how can you go = ja da ka pa....(1)
can you come here = na ka sa ja...(2)
come and go = ra pa sa....(3)
from (1)&(2), can you = ja ka...(4)
from (2)&(3), come = sa...(5)
Using (4)&(5) in (2), we get here = na.

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