**Unlock The Distance Puzzle - 23 February**

Distances from you to certain cities are written below.

BERLIN 200 miles

PARIS 300 miles

ROME 400 milesAMSTERDAM 300 miles

CARDIFF ??? miles

How far should it be to Cardiff ?

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Distances from you to certain cities are written below.

BERLIN 200 miles

PARIS 300 miles

ROME 400 milesAMSTERDAM 300 miles

CARDIFF ??? miles

How far should it be to Cardiff ?

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0 miles

ReplyDelete100 miles. Each vowel is worth 300 & each consonant is worth -100. These are calculated by the alphabets in the name of each city to give the total distance.

ReplyDeleteGreat logic yaar...

Deleteyou are genius...

really u r genius.....

DeleteMay i know ur name mr.genius.

Sahib

DeleteHATS OFF.

Deletelevel @ sahib

Delete300 miles .(pronounciation -paris,amsterdam,cardiff same)

ReplyDeletePARIS>>>> P>>A 1

ReplyDeleteA>>R>>I 1

I>>S 1

300

CARDIFF>>> C>>A 1

A>>R>>D 1

D>>I>>F>>F 1

300

a or A-vowel with small circle-300

ReplyDeleteI or i-vowel with no circle-200

E -vowel with no circle-200

e-vowel with small circle-300

O(capital O):vowel with big circle-400

o(small o):vowel with small circle-300

u or U:vowel with no circle -200

now BERLIN-note the 'e' in berlin is big one so not rounded. In berlin there is not even a vowel rounded ,we have to take either E or I as both have same units

so the distance 200.

PARIS-one rounded vowel A and one unrounded I either A or I is taken to calculate distance as we have to consider max distance possible we take 'A' and distance is 300.

ROME:'O' is big O and is 400.

AMSTERDAM:'A' is considered so distance=300.

CARDIFF:'A' is chosen and so 300.

What is the right answer.........

ReplyDeletei think it may be vowel =300 and consonent= -100

The answer is vowel=300 and consonent=-100

ReplyDeleteThe right answer is Cardiff 0 miles

ReplyDeleteif we add and subtract vowel and consonant with 300 and -100 values.

Hard thought.. Impossible at first try!

ReplyDeletestop being so smart it is 0 miles else it is impossible to solve

ReplyDelete200! See, they have 200 first, then 300, then 400, but then back to 300! It is like an arrow! 200

ReplyDelete300

400

300

200

good thinking by the way..

Deleteo miles is right answer

ReplyDelete100 miles. Each vowel is worth 300 & each consonant is worth -100. These are calculated by the alphabets in the name of each city to give the total distance. i totally agree with sahib Hats off

ReplyDeleteI think it should be 200

ReplyDeletehmm... depends on the people who made the measuring tools XD

ReplyDeletehaha.. who cares, gocha car, GET IN!! lets go,,, weeee!!!

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