SSC Reasoning -Coding decoding Set-4

Dear Readers, practice SSC reasoning quiz for upcoming SSC CGL 2016.  These quiz based on latest pattern of ssc exam and taken from previous papers.

1.    If FISH is written as EHRG in a certain code, how would JUNGLE is written in that code?
(a) ITMFKD
(b) ITNFKD
(c) KVOHMF
(d) TIMFKD

2.    If SUMMER is coded as RUNNER, the code for WINTER will be.
(a) SUITER
(b) VIOUER
(c) WALKER
(d) SUFERH

3.    In a certain code, PRODUCTIONS is written as QQPCVEUHPMT. How is ORIENTATION written in that code?
(a) PQJDOVBSJNO
(b) PQJDOUBUJPO
(c) PSJFOVBSJNO
(d) NESHFMVBSJNO

4.    If, in a code, BASICS is written as DDULEV. How is LEADER written in that code?
(a) NHCGGU
(b) BGYPYEK
(c) NHCGUG
(d) LKBGYPK

5.    In a certain code, SPRING is written as UNUFRC. How wills the word MOBILE is written in that code language?
(a) KQEFPA
(b) OMDGNC
(c) OMDGPA
(d) OMEFPA

6.    In a certain code, POETRY is written as QONDSQX and OVER is written as PNUDQ. How is MORE written in that code language?
(a) LNNQD
(b) NNNQD
(c) NLNQD
(d) NLPQD

7.    In a certain code, CAT is written as SATC and DEAR is written as SEARD. HOW would SING be written in that code?
(a) BGINS
(b) SGNIS
(c) SINGS
(d) GNISS

8.    In a certain code language, COMPUTRONE is written as PMOCTUENOR. How is ADVANTAGES written in that code?
(b) AVDATNSEGA
(c) AVDATASEGN
(d) NAVDASEGAT

9.    If STRONG is written as ROTNSG, then how NAGPUR would be written in the same code?
(a) GPAUNR
(b) PGUARN
(c) PGAURN
(d) GPUANR

10.  In a certain code language, ORIENTAL is written as MBUOFJSP. How is COWARDLY written in that code language?
(a) XKCQBXPD
(b) XLBQCXPD
(c) ZMESDPXB
(d) None of these

In each question below are given two statements followed by two conclusions numbered I and II. You have to take the given two statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusion and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the two given statements, disregarding commonly known facts.

11.Statements:
Some waters are boats.
Conclusions:
All waters are boats.
A. Only conclusion I follows
B. Only conclusion II follows
C. Either I or II follows
D. Neither I nor II follows
E. Both I and II follow

12.Statements:
No bat is ball.
No ball is wicket.
Conclusions:
No bat is wicket.
All wickets are bats.
A. Only conclusion I follows
B. Only conclusion II follows
C. Either I or II follows
D. Neither I nor II follows
E. Both I and II follow

13. Statements:
Every minister is a student.
Every student is inexperienced.
Conclusions:
Every minister is inexperienced.
Some inexperienced are students.
A. Only conclusion I follows
B. Only conclusion II follows
C. Either I or II follows
D. Neither I nor II follows
E. Both I and II follow

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9.    (a):
10.  (d):
11.(D)
12.(D)
13.(E)