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Question number: 514

» Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning

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Question

Which is different from the rest of three?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Find the odd one out shapes partitions – Choice A

Find the Odd One Out Shapes Partitions – Choice A

Here in image define the different shapes in different partitions

b.

Find the odd one out shapes partitions – Choice B

Find the Odd One Out Shapes Partitions – Choice B

Here in image define the different shapes in different partitions

c.

Find the odd one out shapes partitions – Choice C

Find the Odd One Out Shapes Partitions – Choice C

Here in image define the different shapes in different partitions

d.

Find out the odd one out shapes partitions – Choice A

Find Out the Odd One Out Shapes Partitions – Choice A

Here in image define the different shapes in different partitions

Question number: 515

» Analytical Reasoning and Logical Reasoning

MCQ▾

Question

Which of the following shows the proper relation? 1. Boys, 2. Girls, 3. students

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Find the relationship of girls, boys and students – Choice A

Find the Relationship of Girls, Boys and Students – Choice A

Finding the proper relationship of girls, boys and students

b.

Find the relationship of girls, boys and students – Choice B

Find the Relationship of Girls, Boys and Students – Choice B

Finding the proper relationship of girls, boys and students

c.

 Find the relationship of girls, boys and students – Choice C

Find the Relationship of Girls, Boys and Students – Choice C

Finding the proper relationship of girls, boys and students

d.

 Find the relationship of girls, boys and students – Choice D

Find the Relationship of Girls, Boys and Students – Choice D

Finding the proper relationship of girls, boys and students

Question number: 516

» Statistics and Probability

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Question

If three coins are tossed simultaneously, what is the probability of getting at least two heads?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

3

b.

Equation

c.

2

d.

Equation

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