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### Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

LR 2/ 16. If SCOTLAND is 12345678, LOAN is 1435, LOTS is
8124, DAN is 537, SON is 458, ‘C’ is :
(a) 6 (b) 9 © 0 (d) 4

Solution
SCOTLAND =12345678
LOAN = 1435
From the above two words we can take out the common letters those common letters must be represented by common digits
LOAN all these letters are common to both the words - SCOTLAND and LOAN
There fore = LOAN must stand for 1435 IN some order
Thus the remaining letters in the word SCOTLAND are SCTD which must stand for 2,6,7,8

Therefor "C" can be only one of the ABOVE digits 2,6,7,8 ; nOW LOOK at the options - only one option 6 appears in the options. Therefore 6 must stand for C which is the answer.

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### Re: doubts of LR Sheet 2 in this forum

LR2/51. Two buses start from the opposite points of a main
road, 150 kms apart. The first bus runs for 25 kms and
takes a right turn and then runs for 15 kms. It then turns
left and runs for another 25 kms and takes the direction
bakc to reach the main road. In the meantime, due to a
minor breakdown, the other bus has run only 35 kms
along the main road. What would be the distances between
the two buses at this point ?
(a) 65 kms (b) 75 kms
© 80 kms (d) 85 kms

Solution

Let the first bus be at point P and the second bus be at point Q. yOU should draw two random ponts PQ on a sheet of paper and join P and Q with a straight line.
Let the first bus start from P and travel to a point P1 along PQ such that P1 is 25 km from P. Then the bus takes a right turn (downward direction on the sheet of paper on which you draw the diagram) and travels 15 km to point P2, such that P1 P2 line is perpendicular to PQ and P1P2 = 15 KM. The bust then takes a left turn ( which is actually to your right when you draw the diagram) and travels 25 km to P3, such that P2P3 is parallel to PQ and P1P3 =25 km. Then the first but travels to P4 on the line PQ such that P3P4 is perpendicular to PQ. The distance PP4 =50 KM

The second bus starts from Q and reaches a point Q1 which is 35 km from Q. Thus there is a distance of 150 -50 -35 =65 KM remaining between the bus

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LR 2/59. From the positions in original figure, C and A move diagonallyto opposite corners and then one side each
clockwise and anticlockwise respectively. B and D move
two sides each clockwise and anticlockwise respectively.
B and D move two sides each clockwise and
anticlockwise respectively. Where is A now ?
(a) At the north-west corner
(b) At the north-east corner
© At the south-east corner
(d) At the south-west corner
(e) Midway between original position of B and

Solution
All you need to do is rearrange A,B,C,and D according to the statements mentioned and you will get the answer
C and A move diagonally opposite corners - then A will be at the place of B and C will be at the place where originally D is placed.
And then A and C move clockwise and anticlokwise respectivvely - therefore A and C exchange their positions. Thus the final position of A is the same as the initial position of D, which is South West.

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LR2 /109. The town of Paranda is located on Green Lake. The
town of Akram is west of Paranda. Tokhada is east of
Akram but west of Paranda. Kakran is east of Bopri but
west of Tokhada and Akram. If they are all in the same
district, which town is the farthest west ?
(a) Paranda (b) Kakran
© Akram (d) Bopri

Solution

The first THREE sentences suggests the following order from West to East

B K A T P

From the above arrangement it is clear that Bopri is the farthesh West town 