JEE MAIN – Paper II – Part III – Non Verbal Reasoning – Analogy
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JEE MAIN – Paper II – Part III – Non Verbal Reasoning – Analogy
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Question 1 of 44
1. Question
There is some relationship between the two figures to the left to the sign (: :). The same relationship exists between the figure on the right of the sign (: ðŸ™‚ in one of the given fourÂ figurealternatives. Choose thatÂ alternative.
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Question 2 of 44
2. Question
There is some relationship between the two figures to the left to the sign (: :). The same relationship exists between the figure on the right of the sign (: ðŸ™‚ in one of the given fourÂ figurealternatives. Choose thatÂ alternative.
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Question 3 of 44
3. Question
In the following question, first two figures are related in some way. The same relationship holds between the third figure and one of the answer figures a, b, c and d. Identify that figure.
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Question 4 of 44
4. Question
In the following question, first two figures are related in some way. The same relationship holds between the third figure and one of the answer figures a, b, c and d. Identify that figure.
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Question 5 of 44
5. Question
The following question consists of two sets of symbols that are analogous to each other, i.e., they share a common characteristic while they differ in a specific aspect of that characteristic. The analogy must be discovered in order to choose the correct answer from among five alternatives.Â The analogy is discovered by finding theÂ characteristic that is similar among all the symbols, and by finding how thatÂ characteristic varies between the first set and the second set (i.e., finding the common characteristicÂ specific only toÂ the symbols within each set). The correct answer is not based on a relationship to any single symbol within a set. Progressions or orientations of symbols within a set or a onetoone relationship between symbols from different sets are irrelevant to the selection of the correct answer.
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Question 6 of 44
6. Question
The following question consists of two sets of symbols that are analogous to each other, i.e., they share a common characteristic while they differ in a specific aspect of that characteristic. The analogy must be discovered in order to choose the correct answer from among five alternatives.Â The analogy is discovered by finding theÂ characteristic that is similar among all the symbols, and by finding how thatÂ characteristic varies between the first set and the second set (i.e., finding the common characteristicÂ specific only toÂ the symbols within each set). The correct answer is not based on a relationship to any single symbol within a set. Progressions or orientations of symbols within a set or a onetoone relationship between symbols from different sets are irrelevant to the selection of the correct answer.
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Question 7 of 44
7. Question
The following question consists of two sets of symbols that are analogous to each other, i.e., they share a common characteristic while they differ in a specific aspect of that characteristic. The analogy must be discovered in order to choose the correct answer from among five alternatives.Â The analogy is discovered by finding theÂ characteristic that is similar among all the symbols, and by finding how thatÂ characteristic varies between the first set and the second set (i.e., finding the common characteristicÂ specific only toÂ the symbols within each set). The correct answer is not based on a relationship to any single symbol within a set. Progressions or orientations of symbols within a set or a onetoone relationship between symbols from different sets are irrelevant to the selection of the correct answer.
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Question 8 of 44
8. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 9 of 44
9. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 10 of 44
10. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 11 of 44
11. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 12 of 44
12. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 13 of 44
13. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 14 of 44
14. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 15 of 44
15. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 16 of 44
16. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 17 of 44
17. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 18 of 44
18. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 19 of 44
19. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 20 of 44
20. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 21 of 44
21. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 22 of 44
22. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 23 of 44
23. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 24 of 44
24. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 25 of 44
25. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 26 of 44
26. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 27 of 44
27. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 28 of 44
28. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 29 of 44
29. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 30 of 44
30. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 31 of 44
31. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 32 of 44
32. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 33 of 44
33. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 34 of 44
34. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 35 of 44
35. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 36 of 44
36. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 37 of 44
37. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 38 of 44
38. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 39 of 44
39. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 40 of 44
40. Question
In the following question, the problem figure II has certain relationship with I. You have to find out the figure from the answer figures a, b, c, d and e, which, when put in place of questions mark, will have the same relationship with figureIII.
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Question 41 of 44
41. Question
Choose the appropriate option from answer figures to fill the questions marks in the problem figures.
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Question 42 of 44
42. Question
Choose the appropriate option from answer figures to fill the questions marks in the problem figures.
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Question 43 of 44
43. Question
Choose the appropriate option from answer figures to fill the questions marks in the problem figures.
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Question 44 of 44
44. Question
Choose the appropriate option from answer figures to fill the questions marks in the problem figures.
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