JEE MAIN – Paper II – Part III – Non Verbal Reasoning – Series
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JEE MAIN – Paper II – Part III – Non Verbal Reasoning – Series
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Question 1 of 26
1. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 2 of 26
2. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 3 of 26
3. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 4 of 26
4. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 5 of 26
5. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 6 of 26
6. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 7 of 26
7. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 8 of 26
8. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 9 of 26
9. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 10 of 26
10. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 11 of 26
11. Question
There are two sets of figures. One set is called Problem figures. Other set is called Answer figures. Problem set figures form some kind of series. Select one figure from the answer set figures which will continue the series.
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Question 12 of 26
12. Question
A series begins with the unlettered figure on the extreme left and ends with the unlettered figure on the extreme right. However, one of the lettered figures in the series is wrong. You have to find it out and that is the answer.
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Question 13 of 26
13. Question
A series begins with the unlettered figure on the extreme left and ends with the unlettered figure on the extreme right. However, one of the lettered figures in the series is wrong. You have to find it out and that is the answer.
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Question 14 of 26
14. Question
A series begins with the unlettered figure on the extreme left and ends with the unlettered figure on the extreme right. However, one of the lettered figures in the series is wrong. You have to find it out and that is the answer.
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Question 15 of 26
15. Question
A series is established if the positions of two out of the five lettered figures are interchanged. The position of the first unlettered figure remains the same. It is the beginning of the series. The earlier of the two lettered figures whose positions are interchanged is the answer. If it is not necessary to interchange the positions of figures to establish the series, write (f) as your answer.
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Question 16 of 26
16. Question
A series is established if the positions of two out of the five lettered figures are interchanged. The position of the first unlettered figure remains the same. It is the beginning of the series. The earlier of the two lettered figures whose positions are interchanged is the answer. If it is not necessary to interchange the positions of figures to establish the series, write (f) as your answer.
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Question 17 of 26
17. Question
A series is established if the positions of two out of the five lettered figures are interchanged. The position of the first unlettered figure remains the same. It is the beginning of the series. The earlier of the two lettered figures whose positions are interchanged is the answer. If it is not necessary to interchange the positions of figures to establish the series, write (f) as your answer.
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Question 18 of 26
18. Question
In the following question group the following figures into three classes using each figure once.
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Question 19 of 26
19. Question
This section includes the problems of ‘odd man out’ where some set of figures is given with similar characteristics, you are required to select the figure which do not follow the same characteristics.
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Question 20 of 26
20. Question
This section includes the problems of ‘odd man out’ where some set of figures is given with similar characteristics, you are required to select the figure which do not follow the same characteristics.
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Question 21 of 26
21. Question
This section includes the problems of ‘odd man out’ where some set of figures is given with similar characteristics, you are required to select the figure which do not follow the same characteristics.
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Question 22 of 26
22. Question
This section includes the problems of ‘odd man out’ where some set of figures is given with similar characteristics, you are required to select the figure which do not follow the same characteristics.
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Question 23 of 26
23. Question
This section includes the problems of ‘odd man out’ where some set of figures is given with similar characteristics, you are required to select the figure which do not follow the same characteristics.
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Question 24 of 26
24. Question
In each of the following questions, the pair of figures given in problem figures are related to one another in a definite way. You have to find out from a, b, c and d the pair of figures with similar relationship between them:
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Question 25 of 26
25. Question
In each of the following questions, the pair of figures given in problem figures are related to one another in a definite way. You have to find out from a, b, c and d the pair of figures with similar relationship between them:
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Question 26 of 26
26. Question
In each of the following questions, the pair of figures given in problem figures are related to one another in a definite way. You have to find out from a, b, c and d the pair of figures with similar relationship between them:
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