# Non Verbal Reasoning - Image Analysis - Discussion

### Discussion :: Image Analysis - Section 1 (Q.No.1)

1.

Find out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure (X).

 [A]. 1 [B]. 2 [C]. 3 [D]. 4

Explanation:

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 Tamizh said: (Jan 19, 2011) First figure only showed the all cuttings of the given image.

 Asmita said: (Mar 12, 2011) I get this ans. This 3 pics by combinig them how it appears in this 4 option.

 Jsm said: (Jul 17, 2011) Just placing the 3 pics properly inside square box will get solution.

 Srinivasreddy said: (Jul 30, 2011) Absorve the cutting pieces to the square boxes and arrange the pieces you will get A.

 Manali said: (Sep 5, 2011) I often find many difficulties in such type of non verble que.

 Tejas said: (Nov 26, 2011) In Left Side All cutting Part Are Cover In 1 So Answer Is 1

 Sam said: (Mar 1, 2012) Just look carefuly the picture.

 Sravanthi said: (Apr 23, 2012) Just careful observing and imagination power will give the correct answer.

 Ranjith Gce Metallurgy said: (Sep 5, 2012) Just rotate biggest piece for 90 degree and fix it in northwest corner. And northeast corner is completed by smallest piece then fix the last piece we get first pic as answer.

 Subu said: (Dec 27, 2013) The answer is A because the three boxes given in the question figure is present in first figure and are properly matched.

 Ramya Daggupati said: (Oct 20, 2014) I'm confusion in picture reasoning can any one explain please?

 Malhar Kulkarni said: (Dec 17, 2014) When we rotate the biggest piece by 90 degrees CW we can take it in the upper left corner of the square. The right triangle will come into the upper right corner rotated 180 degrees. The final piece is rotated and put in the lower part of the square after rotated 90 degrees ACW. This gives a perfect square that is on option 1.

 Abhishek said: (Feb 17, 2015) Very simple. Total lines under square = 12. After adding 3 shapes, total line would be = 12-3 = 9. So 3rd and 4th option are wrong because of total number of lines are 8 and 10. And 2nd option does not have triangle. So 1st is answer.

 Priya Solanki said: (Aug 22, 2015) Is there any short way or any easy way to do this type of question. Kindly please reply.

 Pandu Praveen said: (Mar 22, 2016) Just see the parts of image whether they are present in the give options.

 Tina said: (May 26, 2016) Abhishek explained the best logic to solve the problem. @Priya. Try Abhishek method, it will be easy for you. (Even I got this in in my Interview Test).

 Akc said: (Aug 15, 2016) I'm convinced with 1st answer b/c it contains all three polygons.

 Harshit said: (Oct 5, 2016) @All. It was easy just use your imagination. You will get the answer.

 Raghavi said: (Jan 15, 2017) The first picture resembles the joined pieces of given figure.

 Chithra said: (Nov 8, 2017) Imagination is important for this type of questions.

 Bhelu said: (Dec 30, 2018) Here, The first picture resembles the joined pieces of a given figure.

 Joyi said: (Feb 11, 2019) How is it one? Please explain.

 Cactus said: (Aug 8, 2021) @All. Simply the solution is; Consider the largest piece(say P). now take P and try to fit it with the given options. if P is matching in option A then take another piece and match it with option A. do this for all pieces and see if option A completes the image with the given pieces. if not try for other options. Remember, you may need to rotate the piece or mirror the piece. once you do this way you'll get the hang of questions and will be easy for you. Hope it helps.