# Logical Reasoning - Analogies - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Analogies - Type 1 (Q.No. 5)
Directions to Solve
A good way to figure out the relationship in a given question is to make up a sentence that describes the relationship between the first two words. Then, try to use the same sentence to find out which of the answer choices completes the same relationship with the third word.

5.
Yard is to inch as quart is to
gallon
ounce
milk
liquid
Explanation:
A yard is a larger measure than an inch (a yard contains 36 inches). A quart is a larger measure than an ounce (a quart contains 32 ounces). Gallon (choice a) is incorrect because it is larger than a quart. Choices c and d are incorrect because they are not units of measurement.
Discussion:
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RAKESH said:   11 months ago
A gallon should be the right answer because both Gallons are quarts measured in litres, as ounces in kgs.
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Parth said:   1 year ago
I think D is the right answer.

Joo LEE said:   2 years ago
Here, Gallon should be the right answer. Look at the other problems. It is about the types of measurement first. Gallon and quart are for the volume of the liquid. Oz is for mass.

Mousami Oinam said:   3 years ago
Quart is unit of liquid capacity which is equal to quarter of a gallon. I think gallon is the right answer.
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Baig Mahaboob subhani said:   4 years ago
The quart is a unit of liquid measurements D is correct answer.
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RD Sharma said:   5 years ago
Here ounce is a fluid ounce, which is a unit of volume lesser than a quart but greater than pint.
gallon>quart>fluid ounce>pint.

Ounce is also a unit of weight =28.35gm.

Ganesh said:   5 years ago
what is meant by ounce and quart?

Ishita Rawat said:   5 years ago
Whereas Pint is the unit of measurement of liquid which is less than a quart.

Gallon>Quart>Pint.

Ounce in itself is totally different measurement ie. Of mass.

Hemanth sai said:   5 years ago
What is meant by Ounce and quart?

Umesh Varma said:   6 years ago
Yard and inch are units of length.
Similarly, quart and gallon are units of volume.
Hence, the correct answer is gallon.