COGNIZANT Coding deductive logic Questions And Answers

1. If WATER is written as ‘YCVGT’ , then then what is written as ‘HKTG’?

A. IRFE
B. FIRE
C. REFI
D. ERIF
Ans:B
Explanation: Move two letter backward (-2)

1. IF ‘CARING’ is coded as ‘EDVGKC’ and SHARES is coded as ‘UKEPVO’ how will CASKET be coded as in the same code?

A. EDXIBP
B. EDWIAP
C. EDWPAI
D. EDWIBP
Ans:D
Explanation: Move +2,+3,+4 forward for first 3 letters Move -2,-3,-4 backward for last 3 letters

1. In a certain code language ‘LIEUTENANT’ is written as 1232212021411420, then how ‘MANGO’ can be written in that code language?

A. 13114715
B. 1311474
C. 14141375
D. 13114157
Ans:B
Explanation: Code for Consonant is it’s place value, and code for vowels are given below A ⇒ 1, E ⇒ 2, I ⇒ 3, O ⇒ 4, U ⇒ 5 Therefor M ⇒ 13, A ⇒ 1, N ⇒ 14, G ⇒ 7, O ⇒ 4

1. IN a certain code “MOUSE” is written as “PRUQC”. How is “SHIFT” written in that code?

A. VJIDR
B. VIKRD
C. RKIVD
D. VKIDR
Ans:D
Explanation: M O U S E +3 +3 -2 -2 P R U Q C Similarly, S H I F T +3 +3 -2 -2 V K I D R

1. If ‘GLOSSORY’ is coded as 97533562 and GEOGRAPHY’ = 915968402, then ‘GEOLOGY’ can be coded as

A. 915692
B. 9157592
C. 9057592
D. 9157591
Ans:B
Explanation: From the given codes we have G-9, L-7, O-5, S-3, R-6, Y-2, E-1, A-8, P-4, H- 0 GEOLOGY – 9157592

1. Using the following code and key decode the given coded word : Code : L X P Z J Y Q M N B key : b a e s p r h i g t Coded word : ZBYXMNQB

A. Height
B. Stuggle
C. Straight
D. Strength
Ans:C
Explanation: Given, coded word : Z B Y X M N Q B S T R A I G H T

1. In a certain code language, GRAPE is written as 27354 and FOUR is written as 1687 . How is GROUP written is that code ?

A. 27384
B. 27684
C. 27685
D. 27658
Ans:C
Explanation: GRAPE = 2 7 3 5 4 FOUR = 1 6 8 7 So, G = 2, R = 7, A = 3, P = 5, E = 4, F = 1, O = 6, U = 8, R = 7 GROUP = 2 7 6 8 5

1. Given signs signify something and on that basis, assume the given

statements to be true and find which of
the twoconclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
P + Q means P is greater than Q
P * Q means P is greater than or equal than Q
P = Q means P is equal to Q
P / Q means P is less than Q
P – Q means P is less than or equal to Q
Statements
X/Y, W * Z, Z + Y
Conclusions
A. W + Y
A. X/Z
B. Only conclusion I is true
C. Only conclusion II is true
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
E. Both conclusion I and II are true
Ans:D

1. In the question symbols *, @, %, \$ and # are used with the following meaning :

‘P \$ Q’ means ‘P is not greater than Q’
‘P * Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor greater than Q’
‘P # Q’ means “P is neither greater than nor equal to Q’
‘P % Q’ means ‘P is not smaller than Q’.
‘P @ Q’ means ‘P is neither smaller than nor equal to Q’.
Now assuming the statements to be true, find which of the
two conclusions I and II is/are definitely true.
Statements:
W @ M, J # M, M * Y
Conclusions:

1. Y * W

2. Y @ J

A. Only conclusion I is true
B. Only conclusion II is true
C. Either conclusion I or II is true
D. Neither conclusion I nor II is true
E. Both conclusions I and II are true

1. Statement – During the recent Diwali season, there was a rise in criminal activities.

Courses of Action – I. The police should immediately investigate into this.
The police should take adequate precautions to avoid thefts during Diwali season.

III. The known criminals should be arrested before any such season.

Option 1 : Only I follows
Option 2 : Only II follows
Option 3 : Both I and II follow
Option 4 : Neither I nor II follows
Option 5 : Either I or II follows
Ans: option3