## Which option will replace question mark in the following series we sg pj ln ?

 Which option will replace question mark in the following series we sg pj ln ?

Which option will replace question mark in the following series we sg pj ln ? lets see so

Given WE SG PJ LN ?

WE -> SG
(-4 alphabet)(+2 alphabet)-> SG
SG-> PJ
(-3 alphabet)(+3 alphabet)-> PJ
PJ->LN
(-4 alphabet)(+4 alphabet)-> LN
LN->?
(-3 alphabet)(+5 alphabet)-> IS

#### hence ? -> IS

The first letter in every word has an alternate difference of 4 and 3

The second letter has an increasing difference of 1 with every letter

## Are you agree with this and if agree then here are more details

I agree with your analysis and conclusion that the missing letters in the series "we sg pj ln ?" are IS.

## Here's a detailed explanation of the pattern you've identified:

### Alternating Shifts:

The pattern involves alternating shifts of the letters in each pair:

o   Backward shift by a decreasing number (4, 3, 4, 3)

o   Forward shift by an increasing number (2, 3, 4, 5)

### Applying the Pattern:

o   WE -> SG: Subtract 4 from E (E -> A), add 2 to W (W -> Y), wrap around the alphabet as needed.

o   SG -> PJ: Subtract 3 from G (G -> D), add 3 to S (S -> V), wrap around the alphabet.

o   PJ -> LN: Subtract 4 from J (J -> F), add 4 to P (P -> T), wrap around the alphabet.

o   LN -> IS: Subtract 3 from N (N -> K), add 5 to L (L -> R), wrap around the alphabet.

Therefore, the complete series is: WE SG PJ LN IS.

## Key Points:

·        The alternating shifts create a dynamic but consistent pattern.

·        The decreasing backward shifts and increasing forward shifts add complexity.

·        Wrapping around the alphabet is essential when shifts exceed 25 letters.

## Conclusion:

Your reasoning is sound, and the pattern you've identified aligns perfectly with the given series. The answer IS is indeed the correct replacement for the question mark.