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Type II (Matching Type)

In this type, the set of small letters in column II do not correspond to the words in column I in the same order. That means not only are the letters jumbled but the sets are also jumbled.
 
First, we should match the codes under column II with the words in column I and then try to find codes of each letter of column I, as we have done in the previous type of questions.

Example:
Column I
 
Column II
1.
T
A
P
E
 
 
 
m
o
s
j
 
 
2.
S
O
U
P
 
 
 
l
h
h
p
o
k
3.
T
I
E
 
 
 
 
p
m
l
h
 
 
4.
R
O
T
A
T
E
 
n
l
s
 
 
 
5.
S
A
Y
 
 
 
 
n
k
p
l
 
 
6.
T
R
E
A
T
 
 
m
s
r
 
 
 
7.
Y
E
A
R
 
 
 
h
r
p
 
 
 
8.
S
I
P
 
 
 
 
n
h
p
k
 
 
9.
T
Y
R
E
 
 
 
k
h
l
p
h
 

Find the codes of the following words with the help of above table.
  1. STAR
  2. ROPE
  3. TASTY
  4. PERSUE
  5. SURPRISE
Analysis:
 
In the above problem, the only six letters word is R O T A T E. So, its code is l h h p o k, since it is the only six letters code. Further, ‘T’ is repeated in the word and ‘h’ is repeated in its code. So, the code of ‘T’ is ‘h’.
 
The only five letter word is T R E A T. So, its code is k h l p h.
 
In the two words T R E A T and R O T A T E, the letters T, R, E, A and T are common. In R O T A T E, ‘O’ is the extra letter. Hence, the code for ‘O’ is ‘o’.
 
‘T I E’ is the only three letter word containing ‘T’. Since we know the code of ‘T’ is ‘h’, we can conclude that the code of the word ‘T I E’ is ‘h r p’. Both the words ‘T I E’ and ‘S I P’ have ‘I’ in common. Similarly, both the codes ‘h r p’ and ‘m s r’ have ‘r’ in common. This implies that the code of the word ‘S I P’ is ‘m s r’ and the code of ‘I’ is ‘r’. Now, we know the codes of the letters ‘T’ and ‘I’ in the word T I E. The only letter left out is ‘E’. We can easily conclude that the code of ‘E’ is ‘p’.
 
The only three letter word left out now is ‘S A Y’. So, the code of ‘S A Y’ is ‘n l s’.
 
In ‘S A Y’ and ‘S I P’, the common letter is ‘S’ and the common code in their codes is ‘s’. This implies that ‘s’ is the code of ‘S’.
 
We know that the code for ‘O’, is ‘o’. The only four letter word in which we find ‘O’ is ‘S O U P’. Hence the code of ‘S O U P’ is ‘m o s j’.
 
Both the words ‘T A P E’ and ‘S O U P’ have ‘P’. Thus, the code of T A P E is ‘p m l h’, and the code of the letter ‘P’ is ‘m’ (m is common in ‘p m l h’ and ‘m o i j’)
 
Out of the two remaining words ‘T Y R E’ and ‘Y E A R’, first word contains ‘T’. We know the code of ‘T’ is h. So, the code of ‘T Y R E’ is ‘n h p k’. Thus, the code of ‘Y E A R’ is ‘n k p l’. Further, these two words have the letters Y, R and E in common and their codes have the codes n, k and p in common. So, the code of A is l.
 
Comparing the codes of ‘S A Y’ (n l s) and ‘T Y R E’ (n h p k) we can conclude that the code of ‘Y’ is ‘n’. Now, we know the codes of T, Y and E in the word ‘T Y R E’ and they are ‘h’, ‘n’ and ‘p’, respectively. This implies that the code of ‘R’ is ‘k’.
 
Now, consider the word ‘S O U P’, the code of which is ‘m o s j’. We already know the codes of ‘S’, ‘O’ and ‘P’. They are ‘s’, ‘o’ and ‘m’, respectively. Hence, the code of ‘U’ is ‘j’.
 
On rearranging the words along with their appropriate codes the table appears as follows:
 
Word
Code
T
A
P
E
 
 
 
p
m
l
h
 
 
S
O
U
P
 
 
 
m
o
s
j
 
 
T
I
E
 
 
 
 
h
r
p
 
 
 
R
O
T
A
T
E
 
l
h
h
p
o
k
S
A
Y
 
 
 
 
n
l
s
 
 
 
T
R
E
A
T
 
 
k
h
l
p
h
 
Y
E
A
R
 
 
 
n
k
p
l
 
 
S
I
P
 
 
 
 
m
s
r
 
 
 
T
Y
R
E
 
 
 
n
h
p
k
 
 

Once you find the code of each letter and arrange them in a proper order, you can code the words given in the problem and solve them easily and accurately.
 
The code letters can be summarized in a tabular form as follows:
 
Letter:
A
E
I
O
P
R
S
T
U
Y
Code:
l
p
r
o
m
k
s
h
j
n

Answers:
  1. STAR s h l k
  2. ROPE k o m p
  3. TASTY h l s h n
  4. PERSUE m p k s j p
  5. SURPRISE s j k m k r s p
 

Example-2:
 
Column I
Column II
1.
M
A
N
 
 
 
j
m
z
q
h
2.
N
I
B
 
 
 
u
d
k
g
 
3.
C
A
T
 
 
 
h
s
k
 
 
4.
T
I
N
 
 
 
s
q
l
y
k
5.
S
A
F
E
 
 
r
j
h
 
 
6.
F
A
M
E
 
 
d
u
s
k
 
7.
P
R
I
N
T
 
q
k
l
 
 
8.
M
A
T
C
H
 
j
h
q
 
 

Choose the correct option
 
1.
T H R O B
2.
S T R I K E
3.
P E R M I T
 
(1) y q z a r
 
(1) g q z j p u
 
(1) s z q m u j
 
(2) a q y z r
 
(2) p u j z q g
 
(2) u s q m z j
 
(3) q y z a r
 
(3) q g z j p u
 
(3) j s q m u z
 
(4) r q y z a
 
(4) g q z j u p
 
(4) m u z s j q
4.
F O N D
5.
A D M I T
6.
S A L I N E
 
(1) h x a d
 
(1) k s x q j
 
(1) b k h u j g
 
(2) x a d h
 
(2) k x s j q
 
(2) b k h j u g
 
(3) d h x a
 
(3) k x s q j
 
(3) g k b j h u
 
(4) d a h x
 
(4) q j s k x
 
(4) k b h j u
7.
C I R C L E
8.
T R I M
9.
R E L I S H
 
(1) j l z l u b
 
(1) j s q z
 
(1) z u b j g y
 
(2) l j z b u l
 
(2) z q j s
 
(2) z u b g j y
 
(3) l j z l u b
 
(3) q z j s
 
(3) y u b j g z
 
(4) l j z l b u
 
(4) s j z q
 
(4) y b u j g z

Analysis:
 
This example is slightly different from the earlier one. Here, four options are given for each question. Moreover, all the four options contain the same codes but in different orders. This clearly indicates that the order of the code is the criteria to decide the correct option. To solve such problems quickly and also accurately, the following shortcut method can be adapted.
  1. All the words in questions number 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 and 9 contain the letter ‘I’. On checking the position of letter ‘I’ in these words, we notice that ‘j’ is the code for ‘I’.
  2. ‘P E R M I T’ is the word in question number 3. ‘I’ is the fifth letter in this word. Only the code ‘m u z s j q’ (alternative no. 4) contains ‘j’ (code of I) in the fifth position. Hence, alternative 4 is the correct answer for this question. Now, by comparing other letters of the word with the respective position of codes, we can find the codes of other letters as under:
     
    P  m, E  u, R  z, M  s, T  q.
  3. The code for the word ‘C I R C L E’ is ‘l j z l b u’ (answer alternative 4), because only in alternative 4, the code for ‘E’, i.e., ‘u’ appears in the last position.
     
    Therefore, the codes of other letters are C  l, and L  b.
  4. The code for ‘T’ is ‘q. So, the code of ‘T H R O B’ is ‘q y z a r’, and the code of ‘A D M I T’ is ‘k x s j q’. Hence, the codes of other letters are H  y, O  a, B  r, A  k and D  x.
  5. In the word ‘S A L I N E’ the letters ‘I’ and ‘E’ are at the positions 4 and 6, respectively. Only in option (3) the codes of these letters, i.e., ‘j’ and ‘u’ are in the respective positions. So, the code of the word ‘S A L I N E’ is ‘g k b j h u’ (answer alternative 3). Therefore, the code of other letters are S  g and N  h.
  6. The code of ‘F O N D’ is ‘d a h x’ and the code of ‘S T R I K E’ is ‘g q z j p u’. So, the code of other letters are; F  d and K  p.
  7. Similarly, the code of the word ‘T R I M’ is ‘q z j s’ and the code of the word ‘R E L I S H’ is ‘z u b j g y’.
Letter:
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
I
K
L
M
N
O
P
R
S
T
Code:
k
r
l
x
u
d
y
j
p
b
s
h
a
m
z
g
q

Following are the answers to the questions.
 
1.
(3) q y z a r
2.
(1) g q z j p u
3.
(4) m u z s j q
4.
(4) d a h x
5.
(2) k x s j q
6.
(3) g k b j h u
7.
(4) l j z l b u
8.
(3) q z j s
9.
(1) z u b j g y

 

This method can be adapted to find codes of the letters and to answer the questions, without matching the words of column I with the codes of column II, provided the order of letters in the words and the order of their respective codes are same.




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