Non Verbal Classification Questions, Examples and Video

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hA68E7A58Problems on Non Verbal Classification is the part of Non Verbal Reasoning and important section of the competitive exam syllabus like IBPS, CTET, UGC, CAT, SSC etc.. To solve such questions we are giving you some easier as well as quicker way to solve Non Verbal Classification problems

In classification the problem figures themselves are also the answer figures. Out of five figure A, B, C, D and E four are similar in a certain way. One figure is not like the other the other four. This means that four figures belong to one class. The question is, which one of the figures does not belong to this class. The candidate has to find it.

Non Verbal Classification Solved Example

Figures based on the number of lines

Example 1)

Answer – (E)

Explanation – Except (E) all the figures are made of five lines but the figure in (E) is of six lines. Hence odd figures is in answer figures (E).

Example 2)

Answer – (D)
Explanation –Except (D) all the figures are made of 3 lines but the figure in (D) is made of four lines. Hence odd figures is in (D).

Figures based on the arrangement of lines

Example 1)

Answer – (E)

Explanation – Except (E) in all the other figures a st. line starting from an angle intersect a line while in figure (E) a st. line starting from one corner passes through the other corner.

Example 2)

Answer – (C)

Explanation – Except (C) in all other figures a st. line divides the whole design in two equal parts but it is not so in fig. (C).

Figures based on the shapes of diagram

Example 1)

Answer – (A)

Explanation – Except (A) in all the other figures the designs are made of st. lines which in figure (A) there is a circle which is not made of st. lines.

Example 2)

Answer – (A)

Explanation – In figure (A) the diagram is large while in all other figures the diagrams are small in size.

Figures based on the parts of the diagrams

Example 1)

Answer – (D)

Explanation – Except (D) in all other figure the inner and other designs are similar but in figure (D) the inner design is first inverse of outer design.

Example 2)

Answer – (E)

Explanation – Except (E) in all other figures the each design has all sides of equal length but in (E) two lines are small and other two big.

Figures based on the number of designs or their ratio

Example 1)

Answer – (E)

Explanation – Except (E) in all other figures the ratio of the number of O and * is 5:2 while in figure (E) it is 6:2.

Example 2)

Answer – (D)

Explanation – Except (D) in all other figures the ratio of designs is 1:2 while in figure (D) it is 4:5.

 

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