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SIMPLE CODED RELATIONSHIPS are mandatory part covers 5-10 questions in Reasoning section of SSC IBPS SBI or other competitive exams. Such questions are very easy to solve within 3-5 seconds by using SUPER MISSILE TRICKS.

SUPER MISSILE TRICKS to solve not only provides accurate solution but also helps in boosting score to maximum in SSC IBPS SBI or other competitive exam.


Aspirants are recommended to use SUPER MISSILE TRICKS to solve SIMPLE CODED RELATIONSHIPS in Reasoning section to get maximum score in exam.

SUPER MISSILE TRICKS FOR SIMPLE CODED RELATIONSHIPS:

1.      First Check to provide Common Part in any two statements.
2.      Second Check to provide common name of code in the relationship.
3.      Avoid taking two statements having more than one common part in a relationship.
4.      The common part and name of code in the relationship provides the information that the common part of the statement is known as that name of code in the relationship. (see the example for clarity).
5.      Whenever a statement which contains ‘is’ as ‘is called’ or ‘is known’ or ‘is written then read this statement from LEFT to RIGHT to get the coded relationship.
6.      Whenever a statement which contains ‘means’ then read this statement from RIGHT to LEFT to get the coded relationship.
7.      Use TABLES to get CODED RELATIONSHIP ARRANGEMENT BASED QUESTION to get the right answer. A special care must be taken to verify all the coded related to the Final Term to the CODE in the statement provided in case ‘NONE OF ABOVE’ is given as option.

Question 1: (SBI PO 2012 EXAM)
In a certain code language ‘you may now leave’ is written as ‘ho na ta ja’, ‘leave and go’ is written as ‘na pa da’ and ‘now come back’ is written as ‘sa ho ga’. How is ‘may’ written in that code language?

Solution:
Using SUPER MISSILE TRICKS

S. No.
STATEMENT
CODED RELATIONSHIP
1
you may now leave
ho na ta ja
2
leave and go
na pa da
3
now come back
sa ho ga

First Check for Common Part in any two statements 1 and 2. In these two statements ‘leave’ is common part. Then check coded relationship provides ‘na’ as common part in coded relationship. Then cut these common parts from two statements and coded relationship or anywhere in all other statements & coded relationships same as shown in Table provided below. (Using trick no. 1 to 3)

S. No.
STATEMENT
CODED RELATIONSHIP
COMMON PART
CODED RELATIONSHIP
1
you may now leave
ho na ta ja
leave
na
2
leave and go
na pa da


3
now come back
sa ho ga



The common part and name of code in the relationship provides the information that the common part of the statement is known as that name of code in the relationship. (see above Table).

Similarly check for Common Part in two statements 1 and 3. In these two statements ‘now’ is common part. Then check coded relationship provides ‘ho’ as common part in coded relationship. Then cut these common parts from two statements and coded relationship or anywhere in all other statements & coded relationships same as shown in Table provided below.

S. No.
STATEMENT
CODED RELATIONSHIP
COMMON PART
CODED RELATIONSHIP
1
you may now leave
ho na ta ja
leave
na
2
leave and go
na pa da


3
now come back
sa ho ga
now
ho
Now from above Table, no common part is left for cutting. This means that the above Table is ready to provide the final conclusion.
From statement 1, CODE OF ‘MAY’------------------à ta or ja.

Question 2:
If ‘black’ means ‘yellow’, ‘yellow’ means ‘blue’, ‘blue’ means ‘green’, ‘green’ means ‘white’ and ‘white’ means ‘red’, then which one of the following is color of sky?
a)      Green
b)      Yellow
c)      Blue
d)      White

Solution:
By using SUPER MISSILE TRICKS

This statement contains ‘means’ then read this statement from RIGHT to LEFT to get the coded relationship. (Using Trick no. 6)

It is understood by everyone that color of sky is blue. Then check the word blue in above statement. It is written two times such as ‘yellow’ means ‘blue’, ‘blue’ means ‘green’. Then take the second one because it is possible to move from RIGHT to LEFT from blue. Thus read the second statement from RIGHT to LEFT as ‘yellow’ means ‘blue’, signify the color of sky as YELLOW.
Ans: Yellow

Question 3:

In a certain code BEND is written as ‘5134’ and DIAL is written as ‘4926’. How is LEND is written in that code?

Solution:
Using SUPER MISSILE TRICKS

Make Table of codes (Using Trick no. 7)
For First Code:
B
E
N
D
5
1
3
4
For Second Code:
D
I
A
L
4
9
2
6

Using above Tables First & Second Coded Tables for Final Conclusion:
L
E
N
D
6
1
3
4

Do the practices for different sizes of cubes cut into different no. of QUESTIONS from previous papers set to achieve cut-off score in SSC IBPS or other competitive exams.

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