LR - Coding Decoding - Previous Year CAT/MBA Questions
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What does ‘orange’ represent in a code language?
I. ‘rim pa xab’ means ‘orange and apple’ in that code language
II. ‘na pie tac’ means ‘I dislike sweet’ in that code language
III. ‘na tsi pa’ means ‘orange is sweet’ in that code language
All I, II and III
Only II and III
Only I and III
Only I and either II or III
Answer: Option C
Observe that the word ‘orange’ is present only in statements I and III. Also, there is no other word that is common to both statements I and III. So, if you consider the only code that is common to both statements I and III, the code for orange can be found.
Hence, only statements I and III are sufficient to answer the question.
Hence, option 3.
Note: The code for ‘orange’ is “pa”; but you need not find this.
In the question below, three incomplete rows of letters/numerals are given which correspond to each other in some way. Find the letters/numerals which come in the vacant places marked by “?”
a, c, d, d
d, a, c, c
c, a, d, d
d, c, a, a
Answer: Option D
The first row has uppercase letters, the second has digits and the third has lowercase letters.
Use terms common to rows to identify the relation between these three groups.
From first two rows: C = 1; and from last two rows: 1 = a i.e. C = 1 = a
Hence, the required term i.e. BDCC corresponds to _ _ aa.
Hence, option 4.
Note: It can be verified that B = 2 = d and D = 4 = c (as A = 3)
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