# Verbal Reasoning - Venn Diagrams - Discussion

Each of these questions given below contains three elements. These elements may or may not have some inter linkage. Each group of elements may fit into one of these diagrams at (A), (B), (C), (D) and/or (E). You have to indicate the group of elements which correctly fits into the diagrams.

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Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Factory, Product and Machinery ?

 [A]. [B]. [C]. [D].

Explanation:

Product and Machinery are different from each other but both are found in Factory.

 Rashmi said: (Jul 3, 2011) Que should define the meaning of product, I think it should be the Finished good which is prepared with the help of machines, so it shud be the subset of Machinery.

 Ayush Sinha said: (Jul 18, 2011) Exactly I do agree with rashmi.

 Chandu said: (Jul 27, 2011) Ya rashmi is rite.

 Superman said: (Jul 30, 2011) Option B seems right. The bigger circle is the factory and the smaller circles are the product and machinery. Products and machines are found outside of factory too.

 Parvati said: (Sep 12, 2011) But we need to deside within given answers. So ans D is close.

 Ramesh Kumar said: (Sep 21, 2011) Option A is correct because inside factory machine and from machine product.

 Cardcapt said: (Nov 4, 2011) I too opted for option A. Can anybody give explanation for this?

 Onyinye Chuks said: (Nov 17, 2011) I agree with option A, yes Machinery and Product are both found in Factory but does it mean that Machinary and Product dont have any relation,ofcourse they do bcos product is being produced by Machinery, therefore Product is a subset of Machinery while both are subset of Factory.

 Jothirnadh said: (Sep 18, 2012) I too agree with option (A)

 Gayatri said: (Mar 20, 2014) Products are produced by machinery. But they are not an sub category of machinery. So A is not correct. I think B is correct. Product and machines are part of company as well as outside of company.

 Naocha said: (Apr 15, 2014) My view: A is not the answer. Because in factory some products may be there that didn't finish by machine so product is not subset of machine. Answer is D.

 Siddik said: (Dec 26, 2014) Of course D is right. Because product and machinery though means different but comes from company generally.

 Siddik said: (Dec 26, 2014) Of course D is right. Because product and machinery though means different but comes from company generally.

 Shanti Jibon said: (Jun 30, 2015) I agree which is correct option is D. But, I want to clarify one thing is that the option "A" may be best correct answer because factory is full of machinery and machinery produces products. So, in descending order; factory > machinery > products.

 Vikarll said: (Sep 20, 2015) There are "products" which are handmade as well as machine made. There are "machinery" outside factories (Ex: Domestic sewing machines). So if the answer is D, where would those handmade products or domestic machinery fall into?

 Rohit said: (Apr 29, 2016) Among these 4 options, A is best because generally, product is produced from machines.

 Riya Aggarwal said: (Jun 6, 2016) A is the correct option. Because so many products are produced by machines.

 Sugandha said: (Jun 13, 2016) A is the correct answer. Because it is right that products and machinery are found in factory but products are produced through machinery.

 S.Prabakaran said: (Jul 7, 2016) Correct answer is option D. Because of protecting is suitable for one types of things. Example: Mobile phone. But machinery is based on machine only. So that project is different from machinery.

 Suman Manna said: (May 26, 2017) Factory has Machinery and machinery produces the product.

 Tarun said: (Jun 22, 2017) I to have a doubt why the option A is not correct? In factory the products surely come from machines not an hand made.

 Harsh said: (Jul 30, 2017) Product can be hand made or machine made but they all are made in a factory. This is not given in options so best option is A.

 Tanveer said: (Sep 6, 2017) Aren't machines produced in factories too.

 Samir said: (Feb 17, 2018) A) should be the right answer because as the product should be a subset of the machine, same as we get furniture from a tree in the same way we get products from machines.

 Ashok Chowdary said: (Apr 17, 2018) Option A is correct, I think.

 Sowjanya said: (Jul 4, 2018) I think option "A" is correct because as the machinery and product are included in factory they both again are inter linked and without machinery how can we get the product.

 Varun Sb said: (Jul 19, 2018) Option A may be right because a big factory may contain machines to produce Smal products also.

 Akash said: (Aug 27, 2018) The Product is under machinery.

 Phani Chandan said: (Dec 31, 2018) The chances of the answer being 'D' is more as compared to that being 'A'. A product of a factory can also be machinery of that factory. Therefore, either of the inner circles is machinery and the other is the product.

 Manno said: (Sep 14, 2019) Answer D is right because we found a machine and product in the factory, the big circle is factory and two small circles are machine and product so answer D is right.

 Naitik said: (Oct 25, 2019) Product are made by machine and machine are found in factory I think that A is correct.