Non-Verbal Intelligence (NTSE Stage-1 (State-Level) Mental-Ability): Questions 263 - 264 of 264

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Question number: 263

» Non-Verbal Intelligence » Water Image

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Question

In the following questions, choose the correct water image from amongst the four alternatives a, b, c and given along with it.

Problem Figures

A square separated by its four angles and a line and two dots

A Square Separated by Its Four Angles and a Line and Two Dots

Find the water image of given figure

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Line and two dots in square are given : Choice A

Line and Two Dots in Square Are Given: Choice A

Find the right water image of given figure from given options

b.

Line and two dots in square are given : Choice B

Line and Two Dots in Square Are Given: Choice B

Find the right water image of given figure from given options

c.

Line and two dots in square are given : Choice C

Line and Two Dots in Square Are Given: Choice C

Find the right water image of given figure from given options

d.

Line and two dots in square are given : Choice D

Line and Two Dots in Square Are Given: Choice D

Find the right water image of given figure from given options

Question number: 264

» Non-Verbal Intelligence » Analytical Reasoning

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In the figure, A-represents students studying Chemistry, B-students studying Physics and C-students studying Mathematics.

Venn diagram of Chemistry Physics and Mathematics

Venn Diagram of Chemistry Physics and Mathematics

Students having Venn diagram representation of 3 subjects

What does the shaded portion represent?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Students who study Chemistry and Physics

b.

Students who study Physics and Mathematics

c.

Students who study Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics

d.

Students who study Chemistry and Mathematics

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