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Letter Coding: Part 2 (in Hindi)
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This lesson is an extension of letter coding Part 1. Some more practice questions are included in this lesson.

Nikita Jetwani
Completed MMS. worked as an intern for BSE and Yes Bank I like reading and imparting the knowledge to others.

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ICT topic ko sirf Mcqs k through smjaya h aapne... can't u first tell us some notes on ICT....it is v. difficult to note it down and w/o making notes...its not possible for us to study next time
Q5- spelling of organisation is different in the question and solution.
Nikita Jetwani
2 years ago
According to the question, it has to be organisation.
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  2. About Me Pursuing my Masters in Management Studies (Mumbai) Completed my Masters in Commerce Was an intern with Yes Bank Currently working as an intern with Bombay Stock Exchange Passion for teaching and imparting knowledge that I ave gathered over the years of my life V Reach me at: https:/hunacademy.comuser/nikita.jetwani V Rate, recommend and share


  3. Coding - Decoding CODE is a 'system of signals., therefore Coding is a method of transmitting a message between the sender and the receiver without a third person knowing it. V The Coding and Decoding Test is set up to judge the candidate's ability to decipher the rule that codes a particular word/message and break the code to decipher the message.


  4. Q.1 If in a code language, PARENT is written as BDFGJK and CHILDREN is written as MOXQUFGJ, how is REPRINT written in that code? a. FGBFXJK b. FGBUXJK d. BGBFXJK


  5. i. There is no apparent rule governing the coding; ii. Both the given words have common codes corresponding to common letters i.e PARENT and CHILDREN have REN in common in the word and FGJ in common in the code This indicates that the code letters are in the same sequence as the corresponding letters in the words. REPRINT is formed by a combination of letters of PARENT and CHILDREN. All the above three indicate that this is a question on direct-coding. Thus, form the given words we iii. iv. have Letter Code Thus the code for REPRINT becomes FGBFXJK. Hence the answer is A


  6. Q.2 In a coding system, PEN is written as NZO and BARK as CTSL. How can we write PRANK in that coding system? (SSC 2003) a. CSTZN b. NSTOL c. NTSLO d. NZTOL


  7. Q.2 In a coding system, PEN is written as NZO and BARK as CTSL. How can we write PRANK in that coding system? (SSC 2003) a. CSTZN b. NSTOL c. NTSLO d. NZTOL


  8. Q.3 In a coding system, SHEEP is written as GAXXR & BLEAT as HPXTN. How can SLATE be written in this coding system? (SSC 2003) a. GPTNX b. GPTXN C. d. PTGXN


  9. Q.3 In a coding system, SHEEP is written as GAXXR & BLEAT as HPXTN. How can SLATE be written in this coding svstem? a. GPTNX b. GPTXN c. GPXNT d. PTGXN


  10. Q.4 In a particular way of coding, the word CENTRAL is coded as ABCDEFG & PLANETARIUM as HGFCBDFEIJK. With the same coding, how can we express the word LANTERN? (SSC 2002) a. GFCDFEG b. GFCDEFG c. GFCDBEC d. GFCDBEB