NCO- Cyber Olympiad (SOF) Class 10: Questions 18 - 20 of 461

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Question number: 18

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Cubes and Dices

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A four-centimeter cube has been painted blue on all its sides. It is cut into one centimeter cubes. How many cubes will be there with only one side painted blue?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

6

b.

12

c.

8

d.

24

Question number: 19

» Mental Ability » Number Games

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What number should be subtracted from each of the numbers 17,15,33 and 29 so that the remainders may be proportional

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Choice (4) Response

a.

3

b.

2

c.

0

d.

1

Question number: 20

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Analogies with Figures

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Given below are four patterns represented by the circles 1,2 and 3 which indicate the logical relationship between and among the respective description. On the basis of description given for circles 1,2 and 3 respectively in the question, decide which of the given patterns (A), (B), (C) and (D) best indicates the logical relationship.

The number of that pattern is the answer.

(1) Male (2) Shopkeeper (3) Doctor

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2 1 text1 = “1” 2 text1_1 = “2” 3 text1_2 = “3”

Image of Three Intersecting Circles: Choice A

Representing the image of three intersecting circles

b.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2 1 text1 = “1” 2 text1_1 = “2” 3 text1_2 = “3”

Image of Three Intersecting Circles: Choice B

Representing the image of three intersecting circles

c.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2 1 text1 = “1” 2 text1_1 = “2” 3 text1_2 = “3”

Image of Three Intersecting Circles: Choice C

Representing the image of three intersecting circles

d.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through B with center A Circle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through B_1 with center A_1 Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through B_2 with center A_2 1 text1 = “1” 2 text1_1 = “2” 3 text1_2 = “3”

Image of Three Intersecting Circles: Choice D

Representing the image of three intersecting circles