# Non Verbal Reasoning - Classification - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Classification - Section 2 (Q.No. 3)

*Directions to Solve*

In each problem, out of the five figures marked (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5), four are similar in a certain manner. However, one figure is not like the other four. Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

3.

Choose the figure which is different from the rest.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

Answer: Option

Explanation:

In each one of the figurers except fig. (3), the number of half-leaves is one more than the number of line segments.

Discussion:

8 comments Page 1 of 1.
EFK Shanpoov said:
7 years ago

Figs 1&4 are don't have a half leaves so leave it.

Remain 3 figs have a half leaves. Then which one have a more leaves with half leaves with in these three leaves so pic fig 3. Tats the answer.

Simple logic is which one have max leaves.

Remain 3 figs have a half leaves. Then which one have a more leaves with half leaves with in these three leaves so pic fig 3. Tats the answer.

Simple logic is which one have max leaves.

Abc said:
7 years ago

According to my logic we can also take option 1 as an answer which has the least leaves.

Abc said:
7 years ago

We have 1 full and one-half leave, 2 full and 1 half leaf, which is equal to 2 & 3 full leaves respectively. So option 3 is the diffrent from rest.

Dandy said:
6 years ago

Number 5, only one where leaf is pointing to the left.

Brizzler said:
6 years ago

Number 1 has 4 half leaves and 3 line segment.

Number 2 has 3 half leaves and 2 line segment.

Number 3 has 7 half leaves and 6 line segment.

Number 4 has 6 half leaves and 6 line segment.

Number 5 has 5 half leaves and 4 line segment.

So answer should be option D not C.

Number 2 has 3 half leaves and 2 line segment.

Number 3 has 7 half leaves and 6 line segment.

Number 4 has 6 half leaves and 6 line segment.

Number 5 has 5 half leaves and 4 line segment.

So answer should be option D not C.

(1)

Harishvivek said:
6 years ago

1 and 2 possible:

a) 1 as the middle leaf is missing.

b) 2 as it does not have 2 complete leaves.

c) most number of half-leaves but sounds logically incorrect.

a) 1 as the middle leaf is missing.

b) 2 as it does not have 2 complete leaves.

c) most number of half-leaves but sounds logically incorrect.

Vidhi said:
4 years ago

Line segments are in odd number in all, except 3, in it even 6 line segments are there.

Mamidala said:
5 months ago

In the first figure there are 4 half leaves and lines 3 (difference is one)

In 2nd fig, there are 3 half leaves and 2 lines(different is one)

In 3rd fig, there are 7 half leaves and 5 lines (difference two)

In 4th one, there are 6 half leaves and 5 lines (difference is one )

In 5th fig, there are 5 half leaves and 4 lines (difference is one)

So, option 3 is the correct answer.

In 2nd fig, there are 3 half leaves and 2 lines(different is one)

In 3rd fig, there are 7 half leaves and 5 lines (difference two)

In 4th one, there are 6 half leaves and 5 lines (difference is one )

In 5th fig, there are 5 half leaves and 4 lines (difference is one)

So, option 3 is the correct answer.

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