Coding and Decoding Question 1: In a certain code language, the word “ACELDNRA” is written as “CALENDAR”. How will the word “LEGIBIEL” be written in that code language?

A. LIEGIBLE

B. ELIGIBLE

C. BIGEELIC

D. None of these

Rearranging the letters of the word “LEGIBIEL” the same way letters of the word “ACELDNRA” have been rearranged to obtain the code, we get “ELIGIBLE”. So, B is the correct option.

Coding and Decoding Question 2: If 18514 stands for “AHEAD”, what does 31385 stands for? 

A. CATCH

B. CASSET

C. CONQUER

D. CACHE

1, 8, 5, 4 is the position number of letters A, H, E and D in the English alphabet respectively. Therefore, 31385 stands for “CACHE”. So, D is the correct option. 

Coding and Decoding Question 3: In a certain code language, the word “CARPET” is written as “TCEAPR”. How will the word “NATIONAL” be written in that code language?

A. NLATNOIA

B. LANOITAN

C. LNAANTOI

D. LNOINTAA

E. None of these

To obtain the code, first we write the last and the first letter of the word. These are followed by the second last and the second letter, which are then followed by the third last and third letter and so on. Following this pattern, the code for “NATIONAL” would be “LNAANTOI”. So, C is the correct option.