If the position of an alphabet from left is known and we are required to find out its position from right, then just subtract given the position from 27 and we get its position of alphabet from right.
Directions (1-5): In the alphabet series we are given the position of alphabet from L.H.S. What is the position of alphabet from R.H.S.?
Ex 1: J is 10th alphabet from left.
Ans 1: 27 – 10 = 17th from RHS.
Ex 2: H is 8th alphabet from left.
Ans 2: 27 – 8 = 19th from RHS.
Ex 3: T is 20th alphabet from left.
Ans 3: 27 – 20 = 7th from RHS.
Ex 4: L is 12th alphabet from left.
Ans 4: 27 – 12 = 15th from RHS.
Ex 5: X is 24th alphabet from left.
Ans 5: 27 – 24 = 3rd from RHS.
Similarly, if the position of an alphabet from right is known and we are required to find out its position from left, then just subtract the given position from 27 and we get the position of alphabet from left.
For example: Directions (6-10): In the alphabet series we are given the position of alphabet from R.H.S. What is the position of alphabet from L.H.S.?
Ex 6: An alphabet is 14th from right.
Ans 6: 27 – 14 = 13th from left.
Ex 7: An alphabet is 2nd from right.
Ans 7: 27 – 2 = 25th from left.
Ex 8: An alphabet is 22nd from right.
Ans 8: 27 – 22 = 5th from left.
Ex 9: An alphabet is 9th from right.
Ans 9: 27 – 9 = 18th from left.
Ex 10: An alphabet is 17th from right.
Ans 10: 27 – 17 = 10th from left.