**1.** Figures 1 and 2 are related in a particular manner. Establish the same relationship between 3 and 4 by selecting a figure from amongst the five options, which would replace the question mark in figure 3.

**(Bank Clerical 2004)**
**Solution:**
It is clear that, figure 1 is obtained by the vertical inversion of figure 2.
Similarly, if figure 4 is inverted then option (D) is obtained.
Therefore option (D) is the correct answer.

**2.** Figures 1 and 2 are related in a particular manner. Establish the same relationship between 3 and 4 by selecting a figure from amongst the five options, which would replace the question mark in figure 3.

**(S.I.D.B.I. 2000)**
**Solution:**
From figure 2 to figure 1,
The elements at upper-left and lower-right positions rotate in 90 degrees clock wise direction.
The elements at upper-right and lower-left positions rotate in 90 degrees anti-clock wise direction.
Similarly, option (B) is obtained from figure 4.
Therefore, figure in option (B) is the correct one.

**3.** A related pair of figures (unnumbered) is followed by five other pairs of figures namely A, B, C, D and E. Out of the five numbered pairs, select the pair that has a relationship similar to that in the unnumbered pair. The best answer is to be selected from a group of fairly close choices.

**(S.B.I.P.O. 2001)**
**Solution:**
From figure I to figure II,
The figure gets rotated through 180 degrees.
Similarly, the pair that has a relationship similar to that in the unnumbered pair is figure D.
Hence, figure D is correct one.

**4.** A related pair of figures (unnumbered) is followed by five other pairs of figures numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. Out of the five numbered pairs, select the pair that has a relationship similar to that in the unnumbered pair. The best answer is to be selected from a group of fairly close choices.

**(Bank P.O. 2000)**
**Solution:**
From figure I to figure II,
The element with triangle as its head, moves two spaces in clock wise direction.
The element with circle as its head, moves three spaces in anti clock wise direction.
Hence, correct figure similar to unnumbered pair is 4.

**5.** A related pair of figures (unnumbered) is followed by five other pairs of figures numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Out of these five numbered pairs, four have relationship similar to that in the unnumbered pair. Only one pair of figures does not have similar relationship. Select the pair of figures which does not have a similar relationship to that in the unnumbered pair. The number of that pair is the answer.

**(Bank P.O. 2004)**
**Solution:**
From figure I to figure II,
The outer element reduces in size and becomes the central element.
The inner element gets divided into two equal parts along the central vertical line.
Thus, right hand side part becomes the left hand side element and left hand side part becomes the right hand side part element in figure II.
Hence, figure 2 is correct answer.

**6.** A related pair of figures (unnumbered) is followed by five other pairs of figures numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Out of these five numbered pairs, four have relationship similar to that in the unnumbered pair. Only one pair of figures does not have similar relationship. Select the pair of figures which does not have a similar relationship to that in the unnumbered pair. The number of that pair is the answer.

**(B.S.R.B. 2000)**
**Solution:**
From figure I to II,
The white leaf rotates 135 degrees in clock wise direction and the black leaf rotates in 135 degrees anti clock wise direction.
Therefore, the pair of figures which does not have a similar relationship to that in the unnumbered pair is figure 1.

**7.** In four out of given five pairs of figures, figure I to figure II in the same particular manner. Spot out the pair in which this relationship does not exist between figures I and II.

**(Bank P.O. 2002)**
**Solution:**
From figure I to figure II,
In the Set 5, Figure II forms one-half of figure I.
Therefore, the pair in which this relationship does not exist between figures I and II is set 5.

**8.** In four out of given five pairs of figures, figure I to figure II in the same particular manner. Spot out the pair in which this relationship does not exist between figures I and II.

**(Bank P.O. 2003)**
**Solution:**
From figure I to figure II,
Out of the two parallel lines, the longer line is converted to a small arrow and the shorter line is converted to a longer pin.
The line perpendicular to the two parallel lines is converted to a triangle.
Hence, the pair in which this relationship does not exist between figures I and II is set 1.

**9.** There are four figures marked I, II, III, and IV which constitute the problem set and five figures marked A, B, C, D and E, each further consisting of two figures marked I and IV which constitute the answer set. Select a figure from the answer set, the contents of which may best substitute the question marks in problem set such that figure III is related to figure IV in the same way as figure I is related to figure II.

**(A.A.O. Exam. 2005)**
**Problem Set:**
**Answer Set:**
**Solution:**
Each arrow in figure I gets rotated through 180 degrees and each arrowhead gets converted to an arc, to form figure II.
Therefore, the contents of figure C may best substitute the question mark in problem set such that figure III is related to figure IV in the same way as figure I is related to figure II.

**10.** There are four figures marked I, II, III, and IV which constitute the problem set and five figures marked A, B, C, D and E, each further consisting of two figures marked I and IV which constitute the answer set. Select a figure from the answer set, the contents of which may best substitute the question marks in problem set such that figure III is related to figure IV in the same way as figure I is related to figure II.

**(A.A.O. Exam. 2005)**
**Problem Set:**
**Answer Set:**
**Solution:**
Figure I divides into two parts along the horizontal line of symmetry and each of the two parts gets vertically inverted to form figure II.
Therefore, figure C is the best substitute of question mark in problem set such that figure III is related to figure IV in the same way as figure I is related to figure II.