Q. 14.5( 101 Votes )

# Write opposites of the following:

(a) Increase in weight

(b) 30 km north

(c) 326 BC

(d) Loss of Rs 700

(e) 100 m above sea level

Answer :

**(a)** As we know that,

The opposite of the word Increase is Decrease

Hence,

According to the question,

The opposite of ‘Increase in weight’ would be ‘Decrease in weight’.

**(b)** As we know that,

The opposite of the direction North is South

Hence,

According to the question,

The opposite of ’30 km North’ would be ’30 km South’.

**(c)** As we know that,

The opposite of the word BC is AD

Hence,

According to the question,

The opposite of ‘326 BC’ would be ‘326 AD’

**(d)** As we know that,

The opposite of the word Loss is Profit

Hence,

According to the question,

The opposite of ‘Loss of 700’ would be ‘Profit of Rs 700’.

**(e)** As we know that,

The opposite of the word above is below.

Hence,

According to the question,

The opposite of ‘100 m above sea level’ would be ‘100 m below sea level’.

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