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Question number: 150

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Identifying and Counting Geometrical Shapes and Solids

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Group the given figures into three classes using each figure only once.

 The figures into three classes of each figure only once

The Figures into Three Classes of Each Figure Only Once

Given the different group of the figure into three classes of each figure only once

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1,3, 6; 9,2, 4; 6,7, 8

b.

1,4, 7; 2,6, 8; 3,5, 9

c.

1,4, 9; 2,6, 7; 3,5, 8

d.

2,3, 8; 4,6, 9; 7,5, 1

Question number: 151

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Odd Man Out

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Out of the four figures (A), (B), (C), and (D), given in each problem, three are similar in a certain way. However, one figure is not like the other three. Choose the figure which is different from the rest

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Four figure of alphabets, find odd one – Choice A

Four Figure of Alphabets, Find Odd One – Choice A

Four figures of Alphabet letters find the one is different for other

b.

Four figure of alphabets, find odd one – Choice B

Four Figure of Alphabets, Find Odd One – Choice B

Four figures of Alphabet letters find the one is different for other

c.

Four figure of alphabets, find odd one – Choice C

Four Figure of Alphabets, Find Odd One – Choice C

Four figures of Alphabet letters find the one is different for other

d.

Four figure of alphabets, find odd one – Choice D

Four Figure of Alphabets, Find Odd One – Choice D

Four figures of Alphabet letters find the one is different for other

Question number: 152

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Identifying and Counting Geometrical Shapes and Solids

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Match the three views of this solid to its 3-dimensional sketch

Three views of this solid to its 3-dimensional sketch

Three Views of this Solid to Its 3-Dimensional Sketch

Three views of this solid images to its 3-dimensional sketch

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures – Choice A

Different 3-Dimensional Sketch of the Three Figures – Choice A

Given the different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures of 3-dimensional sketch

b.

Different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures – Choice B

Different 3-Dimensional Sketch of the Three Figures – Choice B

Given the different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures of 3-dimensional sketch

c.

Different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures – Choice C

Different 3-Dimensional Sketch of the Three Figures – Choice C

Given the different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures of 3-dimensional sketch

d.

Different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures – Choice D

Different 3-Dimensional Sketch of the Three Figures – Choice D

Given the different 3-dimensional sketch of the three figures of 3-dimensional sketch