## Analogy

#### Analogy

Direction: Each of the following questions consists of two sets of figures. Figures (a), (b), (c) and (d) constitute the Question Set while figures (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) constitute the Answer Set. There is a definite relationship between figures (a) and (b). Figure (a) and (b) are related in a particular way or manner. Establish the same relationship between (c) and (d).

1. Select a suitable figure from the Answer Figures that would replace the question mark (?) from question figure.

1. The figure rotates through 180 degree.

##### Correct Option: C

The figure rotates through 180 degree.

1. Select a suitable figure from the Answer Figures that would replace the question mark (?) from question figure.

1. The figure rotates 90 degree anti –clock wise and shaded inverted image added to the top.

##### Correct Option: C

The figure rotates 90 degree anti –clock wise and shaded inverted image added to the top.

1. Select a suitable figure from the answer figures that would replace the question mark (?) from question figure.

1. The outer most element reduces its side and inverted. The middle element moves 90 degree anti – clock wise and moves to outer side and the inner one moves to middle position at 45 degree anti clock wise.

##### Correct Option: A

The outer most element reduces its side and inverted. The middle element moves 90 degree anti – clock wise and moves to outer side and the inner one moves to middle position at 45 degree anti clock wise.

1. Select a suitable figure from the answer figures that would replace the question mark (?) from question figure.

1. The upper left element becomes the lower outer element, the outer part of the upper right element becomes the lower –inner element and the symbol inside the upper right element remains in its place, the lower –inner element becomes the upper left element, the lower outer element becomes the outer part of the upper –right element.

##### Correct Option: A

The upper left element becomes the lower outer element, the outer part of the upper right element becomes the lower –inner element and the symbol inside the upper right element remains in its place, the lower –inner element becomes the upper left element, the lower outer element becomes the outer part of the upper –right element.

1. Select a suitable figure from the answer figures that would replace the question mark (?) from question figure.

1. The first, second and fifth arcs (counting from left to right) get laterally inverted.

##### Correct Option: E

The first, second and fifth arcs (counting from left to right) get laterally inverted.