## Analogy

#### Analogy

Direction: In each question below, two pairs of number are given but one number in the second pair is missing. Identify the relationship between the two number in the first pair and find the missing number in the second pair such that the numbers in second pair also follow the same relationship.

1. 20 : 30 : : 110 : ?

1. 20 : 30 = (4 x 5) : (4 + 1) x (5 + 1)

##### Correct Option: D

20 : 30 = (4 x 5) : (4 + 1) x (5 + 1)
Similarly, 110 : N = (10 x 11) : (10 + 1) x (11 + 1)
So, N = 11 x 12 = 132

1. 176 : 14936 : : 549 : ?

1. The number and its corresponding square are given.

##### Correct Option: C

The number and its corresponding square are given.
5 = 52 = 25
4 = 42 = 16
9 = 92 = 81
i.e., 251681

Direction: There are two pairs, the first pair follows some relationship. Use the same relationship to find the second analogy of the second pair

1. IE : RV : : KC : ?

1. IE : RV
I is 9th Letter from left, R is 9th Letter from right, similarly E is 5 th Letter from Left, V is 5 th letter from the right in the first pair.

##### Correct Option: B

IE : RV
I is 9th Letter from left, R is 9th Letter from right, similarly E is 5 th Letter from Left, V is 5 th letter from the right in the first pair.
KC : PX
K is 11 th letter from left, P is 11 th letter from right and C is 3 rd letter from left, X is 3rd letter from right.

1. AGJ : DKO : : STD : ?

1. AGJ ⇒ DKO ( A + 3 = D, G + 4 = K, J + 5 = O )

##### Correct Option: A

AGJ : DKO ( A + 3 = D, G + 4 = K, J + 5 = O)
STD : VXI ( S + 3 = V, T + 4 = X, D + 5 = I)

Direction: Each of these questions consists of a pair of words. Establish the relationship among the given pair and identify the pair that best illustrates a similar relationship from amongst the alternatives.

1. Rectangle : Pentagon : :

1. A pentagon has one side more than rectangle. Similarly, a rectangle has one side more than triangle.

##### Correct Option: A

A pentagon has one side more than rectangle. Similarly, a rectangle has one side more than triangle.