Use your logical skills to solve this simple riddle.
An Historic English literature exhibition centre has a unique way of charging its visitors.
Each visitor has to pay based on a unique formula based on his country name.
The charges for a person from the following countries are as follows;
New Zealand: $2,400
How much will someone from India have to pay?
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If you do a bit of trial and error calculation you will find that the formula is dependent on vowels and consonants.
You will figure out that the vowels in the countries’ names are worth $300 and the consonants are worth $200.
So let’s find out the entry fees for Indian citizens
India has 3 vowels and 2 consonants so (3 x 300 + 2 x 200) will be the entry fees.
Therefore, the entry fees for Indian citizen is $1300.