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# In a certain code language "nce po tam" means "boys are studying", "me tam sam" means "grapes are sour" and "tam po me" means "boys are grapes". which of the following represents "sour" in that code language?

 A) tam B) me C) sam D) cannot be determined

Explanation:

nec po tam $\fn_cm&space;\rightarrow$ boys are studying

me tam sam $\inline&space;\fn_cm&space;\rightarrow$ grapes are sour

tam po me $\inline&space;\fn_cm&space;\rightarrow$ boys are grapes

It is clear that "sam" represents "sour" in that code language.

Q:

If Z= 2197 and R= 729. How would J be written in that code?

 A) 216 B) 124 C) 512 D) 125

Explanation:

$\inline Z \; code \Rightarrow 26 \Rightarrow \frac{26}{2}\Rightarrow (13)^{3}\Rightarrow 2197$

$\inline R\; code \Rightarrow 18 \Rightarrow \frac{18}{2}\Rightarrow (9)^{3}\Rightarrow 729$

$\inline Similarly\; \; J\; \; code\; \; \Rightarrow 10\Rightarrow \frac{10}{2}\Rightarrow (5)^{3}\Rightarrow 125$

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In a certain code language , 'PROBLEM' is written as MPERLOB. How will 'PROBLEM' is written as MPERLOB. How will 'NUMBERS' be written in that code?

 A) SNUREMB B) SNRUBME C) SNRUEMB D) SNRUMEB

Explanation:

$\inline \begin{matrix} 1\; 2\; 3\; 4\; 5\; 6\; 7 & &7\; 1\; 6\; 2\; 5\; 3\; 4\\ PROBLEM & \Rightarrow & MPERLOB \end{matrix}$

Similarly,

$\inline \begin{matrix} 1\; 2\; 3\; 4\; 5\; 6\; 7 & &7\; 1\; 6\; 2\; 5\; 3\; 4\\ NUMBERS & \Rightarrow & SNRUEMB \end{matrix}$

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In this question ,there is a word writen in capital letter, with one letter underlined. For each letter in that word there is a code written. That code is denoted by either 1 , 2, 3, 4 or 5 notin the same order. you have to find out the exact code for the underlined letter in the word. The number of that code is the answer.

$\inline \underline{F}\;L\; I\; E\; S$

1. N    2. G    3. P    4. F    5. C

Explanation : Given that, For each letter in the word (FLIES) there is a code written and also that code is denoted by either 1 , 2, 3, 4 or 5

Apply the below code, It exactly matches the Given Condition

Letters at odd- numbered places shift three positions backward and letters at even-numbered places shift two positions forward as in English alphabet.

$\inline \therefore \: \:\: \: \: \begin{matrix} F& L& I& E& S\\ 1& 2& 3& 4& 5 \end{matrix}\: \: \: \: \: \Rightarrow \: \: \: \: \: \begin{matrix} C & N & F & G & P\\ & & & & \end{matrix}$

Here, Odd- Numbered Places F, I , S shift three positions backward in English Alphabet.

Even- Numbered Places L, E shift two positions forward in English Alphabet.

Therefore, exact code for the underline letter (F) is C.

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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 & Explanation 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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If wall is called window, window is called door, door is called floor, floor is called roof and roof is called ventilator, What will a person stand on ?

 A) Window B) Wall C) Floor D) Roof