# Odd One Out Practice Quiz

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# Odd One Out Practice Quiz

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### Quiz

Directions (1 – 10) Find out the odd one from given four words.
1.
A. Book B. Paper C. Pencil D. Pen

Explanation -
Others are stationary items.
2.
A. Star B. Sun C. Moon D. Universe

Explanation -
Others form a part of the universe.
3.
A. Pineapple B. Orange C. Malta D. Banana

Explanation -
Others are juicy fruits.
4.
A. Kidney B. Heart C. Eye D. Lung

Explanation -
Others present in body in pair.
5.
A. Engineer B. Blacksmith C. Carpenter D. Barber

Explanation -
Others want raw materials to work.
6.
A. Newton B. Faraday C. Marconi D. Beethoven

Explanation -
Others are scientist where Beethoven was a musician.
7.
A. Inch B. Foot C. Yard D. Quart

Explanation -
Others are the unit of measuring distances.
8.
A. Computer B. Television C. Radio D. X-ray

Explanation -
Others are electronic devices.
9.
A. Dollar B. Franc C. Pound D. Ounce

Explanation -
Others are currencies.
10.
A. Panipat B. Haldighati C. Plassey D. Sarnath

Explanation -
Others are famous battle field.
Directions: (11 - 15) Choose the odd pair of words.
11.
A. Light— Heavy B. Broad— Wide C. Big— Large D. Tiny— Small

Explanation -
Others are synonyms.
12.
A. Mother— Father B. Sister— Brother C. Master— Servant D. Uncle— Nephew

Explanation -
Others have familiar relation.
13.
A. Oil— Lamp B. Water— Tap C. Power— Machine D. Oxygen— Life

Explanation -
First part of pair are necessities of second.
14.
A. Knife— Dagger B. Pistol— Gun C. Car— Bus D. Engine— Train

Explanation -
Others are of the same purpose but different in size.
15.
A. Car— Engine B. Ticket— Train C. Ink— Pen D. Stamp— Letter

Explanation -
In others second part of the pair holds first part.
Directions (1 - 3) Choose the odd pair of words.
1.
A. Meeting - Chairman B. Tomato - Potato C. Army - General D. Crache - Infant

Explanation -
Other pairs second is the head of first.
2.
A. Mango - Fruit B. Boy - Girl C. Shirt - Dress D. Table - Furniture

Explanation -
In other pairs second is the class to which first belongs.
3.
A. Good- Better B. Tepid - Hot C. Gain - Profit D. Whisper - Shout

Explanation -
Others are different in degrees of comparison though having same meaning.
Directions (4 - 13) In each of the following questions, there are four options. The numbers, in these options, are alike in certain manner. Only one number does not fit in. Choose the one which is different from the rest.
4.
A. 64 B. 96 C. 121 D. 144

Explanation -
Others are complete squares.
5.
A. 9 B. 7 C. 12 D. 18

Explanation -
Others are divisible by 3.
6.
A. 43 B. 53 C. 63 D. 73

Explanation -
Others are prime numbers.
7.
A. 3730 B. 6820 C. 5568 D. 4604

Explanation -
Others have two digits same.
8.
A. 24 B. 90 C. 54 D. 36

Explanation -
Others have sum of both the digits .
9.
A. 3215 B. 9309 C. 4721 D. 2850

Explanation -
In others no digit is repeated.
10.
A. 7654 B. 4567 C. 9876 D. 4321

Explanation -
In other groups number is in descending order.
11.
A. 1472 B. 3848 C. 2683 D. 4210

Explanation -
In all other terms digit 4 is used.
12.
A. 325 B. 207 C. 711 D. 423

Explanation - Rest all are divisible by 3.
13.
A. 1365 B. 5713 C. 3175 D. 7531

Explanation -
In all the rest numbers, the sum of first and fourth digits and sum of second, third digit is 8.
Directions (1 - 7) In each of the following questions, there are four options. The numbers, in these options, are alike in certain manner. Only one number does not fit in. Choose the one which is different from the .rest
1.
A. 13 – 21 B. 15 – 23 C. 16 – 24 D. 19 – 27

Explanation -
Others pairs contain odd numbers.
2.
A. 12 – 144 B. 13 – 156 C. 15 – 180 D. 16 – 176

Explanation -
Others pairs contain a number and its product with 12.
3.
A. 13 – 31 B. 45 – 54 C. 16 – 61 D. 71 – 88

Explanation -
Others formed by the interchange of numbers.
4.
A. 6 – 16 B. 7 – 19 C. 10 – 27 D. 11 – 31

Explanation -
Other pairs are co-primes.
5.
A. 95 – 82 B. 69 – 56 C. 55 – 42 D. 48 – 34

Explanation -
Rest all pairs have difference of 13.
6.
A. 67 – 19 B. 71 – 11 C. 41 – 19 D. 48 – 34

Explanation -
Other pairs are of odd and prime numbers.
7.
A. 3 – 5 B. 5 – 3 C. 6 – 2 D. 7 – 3

Explanation -
Sum of two numbers is 8. Directions (8 - 12) Choose the group of letters which is different from others.
8.
A. SU B. PN C. IK D. BD

Explanation -
Others are two alternate letters.
9.
A. HGF B. XWV C. NML D. OPQ

Explanation -
Others are in reverse order.
10.
A. PSVX B. JMPS C. ORUX D. CFIL

Explanation -
In other groups, each letter moves 3 steps forward.
11.
A. TRQPS B. KJHMF C. FCGDE D. KHGJI

Explanation -
Other group consists of five consecutive letters but not in order.
12.
A. JMG B. PSM C. WZT D. EIB

Explanation -
In others, places between the alphabets are same.
Directions (13 - 15) There are four words with the letters jumbled up. Three of them are alike. Find the odd one out.
13.
A. NITK B. TIK C. TIH D. ITS

Explanation -
Writing in the meaningful way we get
(a) KNIT (b) KIT (c) HIT (d) SIT

So, odd one out is KIT.
14.
A. LITYAQU B. TITYUANQ C. TEAUBY D. TEDUCAED