If “test is tuff” stands for “@ # $”, “test was easy” stands for “$ %
^”, “easy becomes tuff” stands for “^ @ &”, then what will be the code for
‘is’ and ‘was’?

(1) &, % (2) ^, $ (3)
#, % (4) #, ^

Solution
follows here:

__Solution:__

test is tuff <----> @ # $ ---(1)

test was
easy <----> $ % ^ ---(2)

easy becomes
tuff <----> ^ @ & ---(3)

Comparing common terms in (1) and (2) on both sides => ‘test’ stands for ‘$’

Comparing common terms in (2) and (3) on both sides => ‘easy’ stands for ‘^’

Comparing common terms in (1) and (3) on both sides => ‘tuff’ stands for ‘@’

Now in (1), we got codes for ‘test’ and ‘tuff’ =>the remaining word ‘is’ stands for ‘

**#**’
Now in (2), we got codes for ‘test’ and ‘easy’ =>the remaining word ‘was’ stands for ‘

**%**’

**Answer (3)**

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