Series
_.
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(ii)
;0
[:
* *]
Pf2
PI,
Pf4
Ph
IS
11
000
00
Ia[oIGloID+
In this series
From pi] to Ph the number
design is changing from 8 to 7.
From Pi2 to Ph the number
design is changing from 7 to 6.
From Ph to Pi4 the number
design is changing from 6 to 5.
From Pi4 to Pis the number
of lines of the
of lines of the
of lines of the
of lines of the
1,
__ 1 Ig Or glg ggl
Pf,
In this series
p~~
Therefore answer is ~
1
'.
4N. I Reasoning
Type II  Based on shape and size of the figures
3*5
45
270
225
90
135
180
Therefore answer
lli
Anticlockwise Direction
Angle in the rotation on the basis of anticlockwise direction is as shown below:
3150
4*0
900
@J 1
270
22SO
135
180
Plz
Pf3
P/4
Pis
= _~~:_:_=~~~~=~:~_~=_=__
_~~~~:_
[2J
Clockwise Direction
Angle in the rotation on the basis of clockwise
I, I
Reasoning
Ii 1 ;1< 1 \11
(iii)
1(" I
01
I
(iii)
(v)
[SJ
1/ I ~ I
P/l
Plz
P/3
P/4
Pis
11,1 11
and
sides clockwise.
[\J
t
I 6 I 616 16 I 61
shifting through I,
In this series, the design is rotating through
45, 90, 45, 90 and 45 respectively clockwise.
I 5N.
[2J
(ill* I *J~*I* 1* I
P/)
Pf2
Pfi
Pj4
>/5
(ii)
xEY~J
I
P/~
D~
Pf~
'
Pf~
(ii)
IL I
II
PI,
Pi,
V
6.
uI D
Pr,
Pi,
I [SJ
PI,
I
IS
6N. I Reasoning
Here in each subsequent figure one design is
taking a new shape. Hence in answer figure there
will be all new designs.
11><11
G
S
1 ~
figU~eis
J'kI...
..u.
0t
0t
()I
1111
Pji
P/3
[J
Exa~!'~~i~~
Figures'
*
6.
6.
.
0 0
...
6.
0
.
S S
~f2
f:..
l'
Pfl
Pt2
S N
l'
P(,
(B)
6. 6.
6. 6.
**
~~
Pi4
0 S
0 0 s
(E)
(C)
(D)
(ii) ~~ C
(A)
_.
0 0
=.
**
Pf3
Answer Figures
/.::;,.
0 l::. 0 6.
~ ~ ~ so the
rrrr
Pi,
a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, in the figure
rO
10
10
rO
()I
PI]
.. H~nceans;er
rrrr
Pf,
P/2
Pi3
P/4
Pis
.
Here one arc is increasing in each subsequent
figure while the small line is changing its position
from left to right and viceversa.
K2J
S
Pr
.:>
answer figure.
Example (i)
~~~I~I~l
Pf,
Pj~
Ph =
Reasoning
Here
PA = Pis,
= P/3.
I 7N.
I J><J I
Example (i)
Example (ii)
Problem Figures
A sO
to
x A
S
Pfj
Pf4
Answer Flgures
(C)
(B)
(D)
(E)
IS
IQ]nIQlnIQI
Here pi! =
(answer figure)
Pi;
Ph
Pis
Pi4 = Pi6
Problem Figures
x
Pfj
Here pi!
D
.
0 S
(B)
0


0
0 0
(C)
Answer Figures
(A)
[EJt
Example (ii)
Example (i)
Pi,
Pfi
(A)
S ADO
0
D t
S
.  (D) 
 0 
0
I
S
(E)
= Ph and Ph = Ph
Example (ii)
Problem Figures
Pi4 and Ph
Example (i)
Pi!
Pi2
Pfj
Pi4
I@[~I~I@IMI
Pi,)
Answer Figures
Pi!
IGrII&I&It1j
(A)
Here pi!
which
j~
(B)
= Ph
(C)
= pis. Hence
(B) in answer figures.
(D)
Ph
Pi2
Pfj
= Pi4
Pi6
Pi4
= PIs so Pi3
IIAII
Pl
= answer
8N. I Reasoning
Example (i)
Example (ii)
Problem Figures
1Xl I'IrA
A I'Xl
IA I I(]JI~I@I[[)I@I
P/1
P/2
Pf3
PI!
Here Ph
P.I5
Pf4
Piz
Ph
Pi4
= Pis, hence answer figure
Answer Figures
Therefore answer figure is
InIAIAI61c:c1
(B)
(A)
(D)
(C)
181
Pis
= PA
Example (ii)
Problem Figures
(E)
Example (i)
*S
D..
D 0
PI!
CJ
0 0
0
P/2
P/3
= inverse
/\
is 1 0 : 0 1
(I
/\
C U
V
U
Answer Figures
N
W
1\
U U
C C
U U
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Ph.
(C)
(D)
(E)
Piz
Pi3
P/4
PIs
L.
(B)
IIAIcl ~ Iyl
Pil
Pf~
Example (i)
II
[TIJ
Ir@] ~
Example (ii)
Problem Figures
J"OJ
(A)
Pis
1~
P/4
Henceanswerflgur~
Answer Figures
Ph =
PI's then
Example (ii)
Problem Figures
rn
I 9N.
Reasoning
Answer Figures
Therefore answer figure is
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Example (ii)
Problem Figures
IllLINjplAI
Here PI! ;<! Piz ;<! Ph ;<! P/4 ;<! P/5' therefore
answer will be different from these five figures
which is (B) in answer figures.
Rule (9)  In the series if letters of English
alphabet are used as figures then the lines used in
the letter are considered.
Example (i)
PI!
P/2
P/3
P/4
Pis
(C)
(D)
(E)
Answer Figures
ILIAlplRlsl
(A)
P/l
P/2
Pi3
P/4
Pis
Here the numbers of lines used in letters are
2,3,4, 5 and 5 respectively. Hence the number of
lines used in the letter of answer figure will be 4.
[J;J
(B)
Exercise 1
Problem Figures
Answer Figures
(A)
T_
a
(A)
3.
0
0
0....
5.
A ~A~ I) ~
p
v
_.
\..I
\..I
0.....
~
C
{v
tl.
(C)
(E)
=0
at
=l
0
0
L,
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(8)
(C)
(D)
(6)
{
{
I)
0. ...
=r
v
'/
(A)
(B)
(
(
0....
=
v
(C)
=r
?
(D)
(E)
(D)
0
0
0
, .
T
0
at::,.
D
0
=0
(B)
.6.
(D)
0
(C)
(B)
0....
(I
'(E)
ION.
I Reasoning
Problem Figures
Answer Figures
+l r e
8L~
7.
l CD _
X~
rCD
~+ X
e
L
+
L
ill
(B)
(C)
(D)
L CD J CD L
(A)
(B)
SZ .
(A)
(C)
!lZ .
(B)
f) 0
10.
0 Gi1 0
0 0 C3 0
0
~ G () (3
c e
(j
~
(A)
12.
T x T8*
x
0
SxO
T*
x0 P
SO
T
OON
p
S T
(A)
o 6P 60x
13.
x*T
14.
8TO
8TP 6
x8
r Cx#
C 6= T=6
(C)
(D)
(E)
(D)
(E)
(j
e o e
"
(B)
..
'fj
(C)
CI .,(j
e (J ~
(D)
(E)
0"
(E)
* *x .. *x..s
(C)
(B)
L <D J
1 X 1
(D)
91*1*1*1*1*11*1*1*1*1*1
(A)
(E)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(C)
TC.6 TO.6. o
(D)
'(E)
T*.6. T Co
=1= x
=.6.C=x#
=x#
=x#
=x#
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
~~~
(A)
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(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
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I'
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(E)
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171
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(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D) .
(E)
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(A)
ODS
.. 
22181
::,.S
. ..
::,.
cf
=C
.~.._
*::,.
(D)
::,.0
TO
(A)
(E)
(B)
I~[~[CD] I ~ 181
..
(C)
=r.;
(A)
231
(B)
CB)
Tt::1
(C)

===:=:
(E)
lovlcPl
(C)
..
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...
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(D)
_.
  _._._.__ ..__.__
(E)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
24IEI3IEI3IEI13[~13131~
I#1 ~Jp I~ I 1#1# [# $' III
(A)
(8)
(C)
251 ~
(D)
(E)
(D)
(E)
. (A)
(8)
(C)
__=_~:~~
TC=
(D)
E>
::,.
..
.. ..__
12N. I Reasoning
Problem Figures
Answer Figures
IQ IQ QIQ ~I~
~I
26ln
00 00
00 00 CJQ
010 100 001ICJ Q
QO
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
()
28.
()
()
()
()
(B)
()
()
(C)
(D)
()
(E)
()
()
(A)
(B)
(C)
CD)
)
()
(E)
1,
29
(A)
30.
[Q.
[gj
(B)
(C)
ffgjj
<f
(A)
(B)
<f
~
(B)
(E)
(A)
(D)
<31
(C)
<31
(D)
(E)
~~.
31:1o~I~EifJ0Jfi+~I:;1:o~~J:Otu
32.
0* 0* 0
/.7
..
(C)
(D)
&)  "  . .

0 0 0* 0*
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
33lolololwltJllolololo[ol
34171~ltl/I~II~[11
rl11JI
0
35.
+
S
0 0
0 U
S S
6 6
U
+S
6 6
0 0
0 6
U U
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
+
0
(A)
6 6
U +
0 0
S S
U +
0 0
(B)
0 S
U x
0 0
(C)
<>
(D)
V S
U x
<>
(E)
___
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Reasoning
Problem Figures
I 13N.
Answer Figures
36.
*D b..
6
(A.)
(B)
b..
D b..
(e)
*D
T S
S
D b..
(D)
(E)
381V111~1~111111~1~1~1~1=11
3911{}1{}1~1 llvl~I~I~I~1
f*1*1*1c.[*II*I*r*lck[*1
41.15 10 IOOSIC
"16 I~u1O~ lO~ IDe~Is~c1D~~r
In I~ I: EJ: nll~<'~lc~,~b<'cl~/)~I
0~1
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(e)
(D)
(E)
CA)
(B)
CC)
(D)
(E)
40.


(A)
(B)
(Cr 
(D)
(E) 
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
42
43.
I..
I ... 1
Illl:'
cccc
cc
(A)
44.
'Tl
I
:::
1 r 1 f 1 11 r I'll
Ill1lJ
(A)
x ==
45.
ex=
+.x
l'
n n
l' s
+ l::, = + X r
Ol::,C r 0 l::, 8 1 (i .6s=
K
.6 S
(B)
.~.
000
00
(C)
/ / /
(D)
(E)
l~~~
(e)
l::,8* l::,SK
n K (i
= x = x.
(A)
III
(B)
(e)
(D)
(E)
l::,SK .681
(i
K
=xe
* * x.
(D)
(E)
14N.
Reasoning
Problem Figures
~
IIl
46.
47.
B<
)II
:D{
I~
II
II<r
J)j
=.
50.
+i
r
c / .+c
+
"1
)I II
DCy
(I
)I
10
...0
D{)
If}
If}
I~
I~
(A)
(B)
6.
C+.
D
01
f{l:
S
=/+
i+
c
le
bD
D
fil
rS
C+.
rI
(}.
D(
0
+s
s
49.
Answer Figures
(ill
)tI
=.
S+/
Ie
(C)
If}
.(D)
(E)
=. =.
=i
+s.
e(
s/+
+s/
.+/
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
C
+6
+
C
+
+
6.CO 6.CD 6.CP +6.P
(B)
(C)
(D)

) I ((


) )( I
) C( I
~
=1
(A)
(E)

t~~1
) I ((
(A)
(;)
....
N
From Ph to Pi3
From Ph to Pis
From
pi] to Pi2
Ph to Ph
Pi4 to Pis
Pi5 to Pi6
P.f3to
Pi4
Pis to Pi6
= Ph == Pf~
= Pj4
Pi4 == Pi6
P/;,
the
design
through
90
Reasoning
clockwise and then reverses. The same
change is from P/2 to Pis and P/3 to P/6'
7. (C) In each subsequent figure the design 0
shifts I~ , 2, 2~ , 3 and 3t sides respectively
anticlockwise and the line inside it moves 90
each time. The design L shifts one side each
time anticlockwise and in alternate figure it
sides each time anticlockwise and also
reverses. The design L shifts
moves through
90 anticlockwise each time. The design x
0
It
shifts
It, 2,2t, 3 3~
and
I.''I I{~1
'..A.J
\.J\....J
respectively clockwise.
rotates 45
I 15N.
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16N. I Reasoning
20. (E) From pi} to Piz the designs interchange
positions and f moves through 90 clockwise
while other design moves through 90
anticlockwise. The same changes are from Pi3
to Pi4' Hence the same changes will be from
Pis to answer figure.
21. (D) From pi} to Piz the designs are shifting in
the following ways.
29. (B) From P.F. (1) to (3) the design shifts 1/2
distance along the diagonal and one acute
angle is increased. From P.F. (2) to (4) the
design shifts 112 distance along the diagonal
and one right angle is increased. From P.F.
(3) to (5) both designs shift 1/2 distance along
the diagonal and one obtused angle IS
increased. Hence from P.F. (4) to (6) both the
designs will shift 1/2 distance along the
diagonal and one acute angle will increase.
Hence at P.F. (6) there will be answer figure
(B).
1,
and
li
sides
clockwise respectively.
Reasoning
Besides,
,
r1
._.
From
From
From
P/1 to Ph
Pfz to P/3
P/3 to P/4
Pis
Pis to
From P/4 to
Hence from
answer figure there will be
same change as from Ph to P/3'
IG~I I~~NI
I~~I I~'~'I
From
P.h to P.f4
From
From
P.f"zto P/3'
P.t4 to Pis
Pis
to answer
figure
PI] to P/2'
and 6.
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36. (B)
I 17N.
turns
,,
C::7:NI
10Loi
pi] to
P/2
!/1, 0.0If1
+.
From
From
From

From
Pf4 to PIG
P/2 to
PI,
Pf, to PJ~
j~/O
N/
01
.~~1
From
Pis to Pt~j
Ph
18N. I
Reasoning
ifD. n
/f
.~.
N
.J
+ S
From
From
From
From
Ph to P/4
P/4 to Pis
II
(E).
Exercise 2
Problem Figures
Answer Figures
(B)
(C)
(B)
(C)
os~c sx~c
(A)
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I
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81T
J.
'rl'r
8 8 J J
T 8
.
L
J_
(A)
,b
~~
csx~
(C)
81
,b
__ ~
(B)
.(D).._(E)
OS~D
(B)
8J
~
.~
(E)
(A)
6.
(D)
J.
(D)
S x~ol
(E)
81~
.~
(C)
l~
.
(D)
(E)
Reasoning
I 19N.
Answer Figures
[Q]
[Q]
[Q]
[Q [Q]
(A)
8.
0
0
0 0
0 0
0 [J
IJ 0
[J
0 0
!;I [J
!;I [J
IJ ~
0 IJ
0 ~
0 IJ
IJ
~ ~
[J
[J [J
!;I
IJ
~ ~
0;
~C
o~~m/fSJ~
10.
.
12.
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.._
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r.U
v
( __u
r.\J
n
X) C
[Q]
[Q]
IJ ~
~ IJ
[J ~
(B)
(D)
(E)
IJ [J
~ [J
~ ~
IJ ~
!;I IJ
[J
[J [J
(C)
(D)
(E)
(D)
(E)
NZM21~
(A)
[Q]
(B)
(A)
9~OS
(B)
(C)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
lZQ
.I~
/>.
(A)
r. v n
EB) 
(C)
(D)
(E)
151
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
rJ~i/I~I~11IIllllJllJ
(A)
16lml~ltiJl~I~llml~lmml~1
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
20N. I Reasoning
Problem Figures
Answer Figures
+AOi
+.iO
17.
A+iO
+AiO
A+Oi
OAi+A+Oi
(A)
+iAOO+At
(B)
(C)
A+iO
(D)
(E)
6.
19.
00
T
0
PT
6.
00
P P
T
0 0
6.
6.
6.
0 6. P 0
T
00
(B)
(C)
6. 0
(B)
(E)
P P
6.
(C)
6.
0T
T 0
0 0
(A)
PT
6.
0 T
(D)
(D)
0
(E)
6.
S Q
6. Q
6. 6.
Q 6.
S 6.
6.
6. 6.
6.
S Q
20.
(A)
21. ~
(C)
(B)
. 22'IT 1~ Iq [~[

(D)
$1 ~I
$]
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(C).
(A)
(B)
(C)
(E)
(D)
(C)
(E)
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. 
CD) .  (E)
D
DD
DD
(A)
pppp
pp
(B)
(D)
(C)
(E)
000
000
(D)
I t'
~t 1
(E)
/\
,f!,\ I
26[C FlUC[A
/+1\
(A)
(B)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
IU II'UIHA[OH[CU[DUI
(C)
(D)
(E)
r 21N.
Reasoning
Answer Figures
Problem Figures
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281mIp I C? I~I Edl 181cb 1'rDI'm I dJ I
291~1~1~1~1~11~1~1~1~1~1
31.
f
U
=
= X
~
f
f
f
s
0
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
S 1:0.
01
sl
T ~
1:0.
S c
(A)
(B)
(C)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(D)
(E)
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33.
1:0. S
S
1:0.
1:0.
c
0
1:0.
1:0.
~.
6.
(A)
S
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to
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(E)
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(D)
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(E)
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(D)
(E)
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(C)
(D)
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(8)
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(D)
(E)
(B)
(e)
(D)
(E)
(A)
(B)
(e)
(D)
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Reasoning
(A)
0
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0:
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(A)
49r I~ :I~
Sol:
01
s
l::,.
i,
1, Ii, 2 and 2
clockwise
shifting
I,
while
the semicircle
(B)
(C)
is
respectively
anticlockwise.
3. (F) From PI! to Pfz the topmost design takes a
new shape while the bottom design shifts to
second place from top and each of the rest
two design shifts one place down. From Plz to
P/3 the bottom design takes a new shape and
the topmost design shifts one place down
while each of the rest two designs shifts one
place above. The order of change continues.
(E)
I: I~ S[JO
(E)
(D)
sl:
l::,.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
10.1
l::,.
(E)
LJ
F.l
CJ
Ph
From Plz to P/3
From Ph to P/4
From P/4 to Pis
From Pis to pK .. .. . From P/l to
From
(D)
_
(B)
figure
the designs
24N. I Reasoning
11. (E) From pi! to Ph both the designs at the end
of a line interchange their places and the
desig.n at the left end are reaching to the right
end IS enlarged while the other design is
reduced.
12. (C) From Pil to Pis all the designs are
reversed. Hence in answer figures all the
designs of Pi2 will be reversed.
13. (D) The designs are shifting as shown below:
I~'<I
From Pil to Ph
From Ph to Pj4
and from Pi5 to answer figure
14. (C) From Pil to Ph both the designs interchange their places and then each of the them
moves through 180. Such changes will also
take place from Pi2 to answer figure.
15. (E) In each subsequent figure the whole
rotates through 90, 45, 90 respecti vely anticlockwise. Besides, the design U from Pil to
Pi2 rotates through 90 and the design 0 from
Pi2 to P 13 through 90 anticlockwise. The
same rule continues. Thus the answer fig. (E)
is obtained;
~
16. (C) In each subsequent figure the design '+'
shifts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 steps clockwise
. respectively while .each of the. other two
designs shifts 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 steps
anticlockwise respectively.
17. (E) pi] to Pi4 two designs at the right interchange their places. Ph to Pis two designs at
the left interchange their positions. Therefore
from P/3 to P/6 the two designs at the right
will interchange their pos itions. Thus the
answer figure (E) is obtained.
18. (B) Upto Pj, the whole group of designs shifts
half side to the right and then from Pl~ to Pis
it shifts half side towards the right. Besides,
in each subsequent figure the designs shift as
shown below :

Pir, = Ph
..
= Pis,
.
From Ph to Pi3
From Pi4 to Pis
~UllU
[SJ[2]
From Pis to P/6 From PIs to Pi6 22. (E) In
each subsequent figure design T moves
through 45, 90, 45, 90 respectively
anticlockwise and a new design its left and
then right is added respectively. Thus answer
figure (E) is obtained.
23. (D) From pi] to Ph two designs from the right
interchange and the third design takes anew
shape at its own place. From P/2 toPi3 the
designs from the left interchange while the
.third design takes a new shape _at it~ own
place. The same rule continues further. Thus
answer figure (D) is obtained.
24. (B) In each subsequent figure the number of
the designs is increasing by one and the
designs take new shape. Besides these designs
after increasing by one, shift one side anti
clockwise. Thus answer figure (B) is obtained.
25. (B) In each subsequent figure, in the upper
part of ~ a new design appears while in all
other respect P/l is same as Pis, so Piz will be
same as Pk
26. (A) Up to Ph in each figure one design is
increasing which comes on the left side in
larger shape and the previous design shifts
half side after reducing in size. The order of
change repeats from Pi4 to answer figure.
27. (C) From Ph to Ph and from Ph to PI's the
whole design is moving through 900 anticlockwise and also from Ph to Pt4 there is
Reasoning
same change. Hence from Pfs to Pf6 there will
be same change.
28. (D) In each alternate figure the arrow shifts 1
1 .
.
and sides respectively anticlockwise while
sides respec
tively clockwise.
29. (A) In each subsequent figure all the lines in
the square moves through 45 anticlockwise
while the shaded portion shifts one step anticlockwise.
30. (D) AU the designs are inverted in next figure.
Besides, from pi! to Pi2 I and II interchange
their positions. Pi2 to Ph II and III interchange. From Pi3 to Pi4 III and IV inter
change. From Pi4 to Pis I and II interchange.
Hence Pis to Pi6 II and III will interchange.
31. (D) In each subsequent figure the central
design moves through 900 anticlockwise.
Besides, the other designs change their
positions as shown below:
0
I 25N.
.
2'1 1, 112' 2 and 221 SIdes
anticlockwise
o!
3
5
4
5, 1,2; 2, 3,4
~ rn
Pj! to Pi2
Ph to Ph
PI",to Pi4
Pis to Pi6
Pi4 to Pis
~~~
~~~~
From
~ro~_._ ... F!.olU.
pi! to Ph Ph toPh' Pi3 to Pi4
From
P/s to P/6
32. (C) Here pi! = Pi2, Ph = Pi4
Hence Pis = answer figure.
From
Pi4 to Pis
Pi4 to Pis
lS)l ~
Pi2 to Pi3
Pi4 to Pis
Pis to Pt6
1(7\\1
iNv~1
....~l'NI
Ph
Ph to Pf.!
PI~to Pf(,
Ph to Pf,
Pt~to P!~
Pfl
to
;~
N
L=:J
Pf5 toPi6
Pit to Ph
Pi3 to Pi4
[~J
;
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i:
~
Pfl to Ph
Pi4 to Pf~
Ph
to Ph
Pis to Pi6
GJ
vt, to Pf4
26N. I Reasoning
42. (e) The design 'x' shifts ~ side and 1 side
respectively anticlockwise. Besides, one new
design is added once before and once after the
prexisting design.
43. (A) Two and one arcs reverse respectively in
alternate figures.
44. (e) In each subsequent figure the white
design shifts opposite and diagonally and
changes to black, while the blacks takes a
new shape in its own place.
45. (A) In each
subsequent
i, Ii,
1,
along diagonal.
Exercise 3
Directions(Q.
150) In each of the following questions there are two sets of figures. The figures
on the left are problem figures (four figures and one question marked (?) space) and those on the right
are answer figures indicated by letters, (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E). A series is established if one of the
five answer figures is placed at the question marked (?) space. Figures form a series if they change from
..left to right accordingto same rule. The letter of the answer figure which .shouldbe pJacectjtrthequestion marked space is the answer.
Problem Figures
Answer Figures
(A)
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(B)
(D)
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(B)
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(e)
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(D)
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(B)
(e)
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(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
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000
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(B)
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(E)
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(C)
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(E)
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(D)
(E)
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(C)
(B)
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(A)
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69.
HAP
HAP
HAP
(E)
+A.
1 2.
(A)
(E)
BOA
1 2.
XYA
x+
(E)
A 8
0
.OC
x+
VIIAA MAA
.00
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(C)
(C)
MAA
61. :1100
(E)
X +
A8.
(A)
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YBC
(B)
R PS
62.
X +
J M N L M iii
X T Z XTz
R P S RPS
LM N
60. XTZ
(E)
+
YBC
x
x+
+><
(A)
CD) (E).
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XAY
XYA
Answer Figures
.LM
+LM
+LM
+LM
(E)
+ + x
+ T.+
ABC
YBC
A8C
ABC
ABC
x x x +
.x
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
ex
59.
(E)
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. _.
x+
(E)
L L L L
L x + J x + L x + Jx + J +
..+ TT+
+ ..+
TTX
><
+
[[;]1 2.
(E)
+
ABC
X
54. x +
57.
(B)
(B)
(A)
56.
(D)
58.
(E)
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+X.
+x.
+x.
+x.
+XT
L.+
L. + L. + oJ. + L. +
52.
(C)
(B)
(A)
51.
+X i + X i
0.'1 0.'1
Z G # ZG.
(B)
x.L
X J L
L
.+X
.+X
.+x
L
+ x.
L.+
(D)
x J x L x.J
x J x J
L L J L
+X.
L.
+X.
+X.
+XT
+X.
x J
48. L
50.
(C)
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.OA
.0'1 .0'1 .0'1
ZOG
ZOG
SOG
ZOG
_
x + SOG
IIX + X II+
IIX +
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(A)
49.
(B)
+ X ! + X t
0.'1 0_'1
ZG.
ZG.
(A)
47.
Question Figure
Answer Figures
I 143N.
(B)
Z p
S M
(D)
(E)
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o ~.o
A 8C
DEL
DEL
(C)
V 8 J
(D)
A B J
D 3L
(E)
L M V1 L M N L M N
LMN
(C)
ooY
,0..
(B)
o z
SWA
(C)
o z
SWA
(D)
o s
SWA
(E)
144N. I Reasoning
Question Figure
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71. v x Y
<>+
72.
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xx+
73.
75 .
(A)
000
,6.,6.,6.
xxx
+++
(B)
(C)
+x + x +x
+ +x ++x +X+
x x+ x x+ x x+
(A)
A
B F
D E
Tl/\
Tl/\
(B)
B
G
B
F
(A)
(C)
AE
B FG
C H
D
(B)
+_L
+ L
L+x
L+
(A)
(B)
(C)
2. (E)
3. (C)
4. (D)
5. (C)
7. (D)
8. (B)
9. (B)
10. (E)
(E)
6. (A)
11. (B)
12. (A)
13. (C)
14. (B)
15. (C)
+x +x
x++ ..!...x x+
x x+
16. (E)
21. (C)
17. (B)
18. (A)
19. (D)
20. (A)
22. (E)
23. (A)
24. (D)
25. (C)
26. (D)
27. (A)
28. (E)
29. (B)
30. (C)
31. (A)
32. (C)
33. (A)
34. (D)
35. (B)
36. (D)
41. (A)
37. (C)
38. (C)
39. (C)
42. (D)
43. (E)
44. (A)
40. (B)
45. (B)
(D)
(D)
(E)
A E
B F
C G
oH
E B
F C
G HD
(D)
(D)
ODD 0,6.0
,6.,6.,6. 0,6.,6.
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xxx
+++
xxx
+++
xxx
+++
+++
xxx
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
ODD
'1
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<>+
x_ 0 X_L
O~x 0++
(C)
Tl/\
vXY
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vX.l. VXY
/\xy VXy
<>+ < > x <>+ <>+
G C
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Answers
Answer Figures
ODD
,6.,6.,6.
(E)
O~O
47. (E)
48. (A)
49. (B)
50. (C)
46. (D)
51. (D)
52. (A)
53. (B)
54. (C)
55. (D)
(E)
56. (B)
57. (E)
58. (A)
59. (B)
60. (C).
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+++
61. (D)
62. (A)
63. (B)
64. (C)
65. (D)
ODD
66. (E)
67. (A)
68. (B)
69. (C)
70. (D)
(E)
71. (E)
72. (A)
73. (A)
74. (A)
75. (A)
,6.,6.,6.