Coding means hiding the meaning of any message, and decoding means understanding the actual meaning of the message. For the questions based on the concept of coding-decoding, you need to understand the hidden message behind it and reach the actual answer. To understand the meaning of the coded message, you need to have an idea of various concepts like:
Position of letters in English Alphabet
Circular Arrangement of Letters in English Alphabet ( clockwise and anticlockwise)
Method to Remember the Position of Letters in English Alphabet
Some students find it difficult to understand coding and decoding questions. But the solution to such questions lies in understanding the position of various letters in the number line. Also, practising questions on the concept makes it easier to understand as you know the difference in which questions are framed.
We provide students with regular mock papers and worksheets to help them practice and understand the topics adequately.
Bottles C contain 2l 200ml of milk, and bottle D have 5l 600ml of milk if the milk of both bottles is poured into the pot. Amount of milk in the pot?
If 1 orange + 1 orange + 1 orange are 325gm. 1 orange is?
Dona has 6 more balls than Meeta, who has 9 balls. How many balls do Dona Have?
Tina saw eight boys in the park, Aditi saw ten boys in the same park. How many boys do they see in the park?