Grouping of Identical Figures

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Grouping of Identical Figure

           Grouping of Identical figure is a part of non-verbal reasoning. The grouping of identical figure is the process based on either 6 or 9 figures. Which are divided on the basis of same classes. Aspirants need to find the exact option for the given diagram.

            Here you are requested to understand the general structure of the figures, then choose the correct alternative.

            We have explained some of the grouping of identical figure problem for the candidates to learn.

           Example : There are two classes of three figures each. Class 'A' figures differ in certain way from the figures in class 'B'. Which two of the four answer figures belong to class 'A' ?

Class - (A)


Class - (B)

           Answer figure -

           (A) (1) and (2)

           (B) (2) and (3)

           (C) (1) and (3)

           (D) (2) and (4)

           Ans. : (B)

           Solution - (A) Each figure in class A consist of two similar closed figures. Which are placed one inside the other.

           Example - Group the given figures into three classes using each figure only once.

           (A) 1 3, 2 6, 4 5

           (B) 1 4, 2 6, 5 3

           (C) 1 5, 6 2, 3 4

           (D) 1 6, 2 5, 3 4

           Ans. : (D)

           Solution - There the above figures are reversible in following figures.

           Example - Group the given figures into three groups using each figure only once -

           (A) 2 5 7, 1 6 8, 3 4 9

           (B) 1 5 7, 2 6 8, 3 4 9

           (C) 2 6 7, 1 5 8, 3 4 9

           (D) 9 4 8, 1 5 3, 2 6 7

           Ans. : (B)

           Solution - There figure 1, 5 and 7 are same because they represent a cube, figure 2, 6 and 8 are same because they are showing a rectangle figure and 3, 4, 9 are represent a semicircle figure.

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