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.

23. 

Which of the following diagrams indicates the best relation between Vegetables, Tomato and Fruits ?

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

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Karthik said: (Jan 15, 2011)  
A TOMATO is a vegetable and hence is a part of it. but fruit is a differnt concept. hence 'C'

Sachit Wadhawan said: (Jan 26, 2011)  
Because tomato is also consider as a fruit.

Appi Reddy said: (Feb 2, 2011)  
In vegetable family tomato is one part, fruit is diffrent from vegetables hence A is correct.

Sundar said: (Feb 16, 2011)  
Case-1. Assume 'Tomato is a fruit'.

Then All Tomato's are fruit. Vegetables are different. So Option A is correct.

Case-2. Assume 'Tomato is a Vegetable'.

Then All Tomato's are Vegetables. Fruits are different. So Option A is correct.

In both cases, Option A is the correct answer.

Hope this help you. Have a nice day!

Balwinder said: (Apr 30, 2011)  
Tomato is vegetable, but fruit is different. So, A is the corect answeer.

Sree said: (May 13, 2011)  
Thanku sundar.

Good description.

Toto_Chang said: (May 14, 2011)  
Tomato is a fruit and vegetable is different hence the answer is "A"

Shankar said: (May 18, 2011)  
All tomatos are vegetables, however fruit belongs to different family.

Vijay Arora said: (May 22, 2011)  
Tomato's consider as a fruit so fruits and tomato are in same category but vegetables are comes from different category..!!

Jagan said: (Jun 13, 2011)  
A TOMATO is a vegetable and hence is a part of it. but fruit is a differnt. hence 'C'

Sundar said: (Jul 6, 2011)  
The confusion about 'fruit' and 'vegetable' arises because of the differences in usage between scientists and cooks. Scientifically speaking, a tomato is definitely a fruit. True fruits are developed from the ovary in the base of the flower, and contain the seeds of the plant (though cultivated forms may be seedless). Blueberries, raspberries, and oranges are true fruits, and so are many kinds of nut. Some plants have a soft part which supports the seeds and is also called a 'fruit', though it is not developed from the ovary: the strawberry is an example.

As far as cooking is concerned, some things which are strictly fruits, such as tomatoes or bean pods, may be called 'vegetables' because they are used in savoury rather than sweet cooking. The term 'vegetable' is more generally used of other edible parts of plants, such as cabbage leaves, celery stalks, and potato tubers, which are not strictly the fruit of the plant from which they come. Occasionally the term 'fruit' may be used to refer to a part of a plant which is not a fruit, but which is used in sweet cooking: rhubarb, for example.

So, the answer to the question is that a tomato is technically the fruit of the tomato plant, but it's used as a vegetable in cooking.

So, the given answer is correct.

Kartik said: (Jul 21, 2011)  
Tamato belongs to vegetables, so they are in same group and fruit is different.

Swetha said: (Jul 26, 2011)  
Tamato is a part of vegitables where as fruits are different.

Prudhvi Raju said: (Aug 2, 2011)  
A is correct answer because tamato is part of vegitable but not fruit

Akshay said: (Sep 7, 2011)  
Tomato is a fruit. Tomato is related to fruit and completely different from vegetables.

Ankita Joshi said: (Sep 23, 2011)  
Scientifically Tomato is a friut and vegetable is totally different. Hence correct option is A.

Nairuti Jambusaria said: (Oct 28, 2011)  
Tomato is considered as vegetable. So tomato is a part of vegetables. Also fruits and vegetables are different and tomato is not considered as fruit so is correct.

Ravi Kuma said: (Nov 10, 2011)  
All Tomatoes are Vegetables while fruit is different from these two.

Amala said: (Nov 12, 2011)  
Tomato is considered as vegetable, so tomato is part of vegitables, but fruits is different.

Jayanta Das said: (Mar 30, 2012)  
Tomato is a vegetable and that why it is in the vegetable ring, and fruits are different from both vegetable and tomato. So it out side the ring.

Atul Singh Gaur said: (Apr 7, 2012)  
Why A as given as an answer, furit is different n vegetable is different option D would be consider as a correct answer, So many people have doubt on the answer A,

Harjinder Kaur said: (Apr 15, 2012)  
Tomato is a Vegetable and Fruit is different. So option 'A' is an Answer.

Backlash67 said: (Apr 26, 2012)  
A tomato is actually a fruit. So, Option A is appropriate. A tomato is a fruit but vegetables are different from a tomato and fruit.

Mahesh Mishra said: (May 9, 2012)  
Tomato is vegatables but fruits is different from both.

Sourav said: (May 25, 2012)  
Vegetabes belongs to tomato but fruit not related to vegetables and tomato.

Kumar Priyank said: (May 29, 2012)  
Vegetables & fruits are diff. Concepts but tomato comes in fruit or vegetable is the only problem. On my point tomato comes in fruit. That's why answer is 'A'.

Divya Rawat said: (May 29, 2012)  
Tomato is a vegetable but fruits are completely different from these two. Therefore, the answer is C.

Sudha said: (Jun 7, 2012)  
Tomato is a vegetable but fruit is different. Hence option A is right answer.

Rahul Jain said: (Aug 18, 2012)  
The picture will make like question number 24-D , BECAUSE tomato comes in both category of vegitable and fruit, vegetable and fruit are clearly different.

Sunita said: (Aug 19, 2012)  
TOMATO is one of the Vegetables whereas Fruits don't belong to Vegetables. so , Fruits are totally different from TOMATO and Vegetables.

Aishwarya said: (Sep 6, 2012)  
Vegetables, Tomato and Fruits Ans:TOMATO is a kind of vegetable and fruits are the different. from vegetables so answer is A..

Ragini Kumari said: (Sep 21, 2012)  
Tomato is the part of the vegetable but fruit is not the part of the vegetable so answer is absolutely A.

Khalid Khan said: (Oct 8, 2012)  
Tomato belongs to vegetables, so they are in same group and fruit is different.

Deepali said: (Oct 11, 2012)  
Toamto is part of Vegetable. And fruits are totally different from vegetables:).

Harshal K said: (Oct 11, 2012)  
Tomato is a fruit vegetable so the option may be different.

Ragu said: (Oct 15, 2012)  
Tomato is a vegetable but fruits are different.

Tyrese said: (Dec 30, 2012)  
Tomatoes is a fruit and fruits and vegetable are different.

Suchitra said: (Jan 22, 2013)  
Fruit and Vegetables are different. Tomato comes under fruit category.

Sanjit said: (Feb 18, 2013)  
Tomato is a vegetable. Tomato is not under the category of fruits. So "A" is the right answer, In my opinion.

Surojit Mondal said: (Apr 5, 2013)  
Tomato is a vegetable, but the fruits not vegetables.

Wonderboy said: (May 23, 2013)  
Actually tomato is a fruit and it sold in vegetable shop. Hence we thought that tomato is also a vegetable. but it is fruit. So it is different from vegetable.

Aishu said: (May 30, 2013)  
Tomato is both fruit and vegetable because it can be consumed raw and it can also be consumed after cooking. So tomato is fruit vegetable.

Abhishek Thakur said: (Jun 7, 2013)  
All tomatoes are fruit but vegetables are different.

Ketan said: (Jul 24, 2013)  
Tomato is one of the part In vegetable family, but fruit is different from vegetables hence A is correct.

S .S Sharma said: (Aug 8, 2013)  
Tomato is a fruit but no fruit is vegetable. So answer is A.

Yuvva said: (Sep 12, 2013)  
Tomato is a vegetable and fruit is different so answer A.

Gaurav Sharma said: (Oct 14, 2013)  
All tomatoes are fruit, as tomato comes under the category of Fruit, But vegetable is not related to both the remaining items.

Gowsika.S said: (Nov 15, 2013)  
Tomato belongs to vegetable. But fruit is different concept. So option (A) is correct.

Sukanya.B said: (Dec 15, 2013)  
Tomato is part of of vegetables but fruit is different so option (A) is correct.

Hasmukh Maniya said: (Dec 29, 2013)  
Tomato is Part of Fruit and Vegetable is Different. So Option A.

Saloni said: (Jan 28, 2014)  
TOMATO is a fruit and vegetable is a different concept.

Anmol said: (Feb 20, 2014)  
Option A is correct answer of this ?

Pooja Lv said: (Feb 22, 2014)  
Tomato is botanically defined as a fruit and hence as per question all fruits are tomatoes and vegetables are different from fruits, option A is the correct answer.

Shrut said: (Apr 2, 2014)  
Tomato is a berry and so it is considered as a fruit. It is wrong to consider it as a vegetable.

Akshay Agarwal said: (May 11, 2014)  
Scientifically speaking tomato is a fruit.

And as vegetables are different from fruits.

The correct option is A.

Puneet said: (May 22, 2014)  
Tomato is considered as a vegetable not fruit, hence option A is perfect.

Vijender said: (Jun 3, 2014)  
Botanically Tomato is a fruit and its botanical name is Solanum Lycopersicum.

Anyways you take tomato to be vegetable or fruit in the given question, you get the same answer Option A.

Harsh said: (Aug 15, 2014)  
Tomato is a vegetable and fruit is different so A is the correct answer.

Mithra said: (Aug 18, 2014)  
Tomato is a type of vegetable but fruit is different.

Pawar Vijay said: (Aug 30, 2014)  
Tomato is vegetable but not a fruit.

Nitesh said: (Sep 4, 2014)  
Fruits and vegetables are different.

Johnny said: (Sep 27, 2014)  
A tomato is a fruit and it belongs to fruits. For those confused about it being a vegetable, it is not. It does NOT matter how it is used or viewed by the public, a TOMATO is STILL a FRUIT. There is no changing that. Therefore answer A is correct as Tomatoes belong to fruits and vegetables are different so they are outside.

Shilpi said: (Nov 28, 2014)  
Tomato is a fruit, so it belongs to the category of fruits and vegetables are different. So A is right answer.

Niroshini said: (Dec 27, 2014)  
Tomato is fruit and also a vegetable but fruits and vegetables are different.

Shreya Gupta said: (Jan 17, 2015)  
Vegetable and tomato are similar but fruit does not.

Charchit Jain said: (Jan 19, 2015)  
Tomato is a part of vegetable but fruit is different from vegetable.

Amit said: (May 21, 2015)  
Scientifically speaking, a tomato is definitely a fruit. True fruits are developed from the ovary in the base of the flower, and contain the seeds of the plant which tomato does. Hence it is a fruit. Therefore option A is correct.

Tomato-Man said: (Aug 5, 2015)  
Technically tomato is fruit.

Vishal Shelke said: (Aug 17, 2015)  
A tomato is a vegetable but, fruit is a different thing.

Gautam Jain said: (Sep 12, 2015)  
Tomato is a fruit and vegetable is different.

Mrianlini said: (Dec 14, 2015)  
Because tomato is a fruit so the big circle will be fruit and the small one inside it will be tomato and the the outer circle will be the vegetable.

Muller said: (Mar 3, 2016)  
A is correct, tomato belongs to vegetables but fruits are different.

Devika said: (May 30, 2016)  
The answer is correct because we assuming tomato as a fruit, not a vegetable.

Sahil Kumar said: (Jul 19, 2016)  
Generally tomatoes are considered as vegetables so all tomatoes are vegetables but fruits are different so option 'A' is correct.

Loknath said: (Jul 24, 2016)  
Tomato belongs to vegetables so it is a part of it and fruits are of different type.

Srinuvasprasad said: (Aug 20, 2016)  
Tomato is a part of vegetables and it is also called fruit.

Ankit said: (Aug 26, 2016)  
C should be the answer because tomato is considered as fruit and vegetable both.

Karthik said: (Aug 31, 2016)  
Tomatoes are fruit and vegetable so the diagram will be like there is a circle in the intersection of two circles.

Shruti said: (Sep 1, 2016)  
All tomatoes come under the category of fruits. Therefore the bigger circle indicates fruit and the inner circle indicates tomatoes and vegetable. It is a separate entity.

Hammad said: (Sep 18, 2016)  
Tomato is a fruit and a vegetable!

Shreyansh said: (Nov 11, 2016)  
Tomato is a fruit and not a vegetable.

Genius said: (Nov 13, 2016)  
Tomatoes are actually fruits but for purposes of human consumption, it is primarily a vegetable. So option A is correct as tomatoes are fruits but not all fruits are tomatoes and vegetables is a totally different category.

Raghav said: (Nov 14, 2016)  
It is confirmed that tomato is a fruit so it comes under the category of fruits and on the other hand vegetable is different from these both so it will be different from others.

Priyanka said: (Nov 25, 2016)  
A tomato is a fruit not a vegetable hence it is different from vegetable.

Gadha said: (Dec 3, 2016)  
Tomato is also a type of fruit.

Souman Patel , Rewa said: (Dec 6, 2016)  
All tomatoes come under the category of fruits. Therefore the bigger circle indicates fruit and the inner circle indicates tomatoes and vegetable. It is a separate entity.

Heramb Pandya said: (Dec 9, 2016)  
A tomato is a fruit not a vegetable hence it is different from vegetable.

Rupesh said: (Dec 10, 2016)  
A tomato is a vegetable but fruit is a direct thing.

Shraddha said: (Jan 7, 2017)  
Tomato is a fruit but vegetable is a different concept hence C.

Srikanth Satyavolu said: (Feb 23, 2017)  
Tomato is a fruit and does not fall under the category of vegetables. Hence the answer is A.

Raj said: (Feb 25, 2017)  
Tomato is vegetable, but fruit is different.

Vaishnavi said: (Apr 7, 2017)  
A tomato is a fruit as well as a vegetable also.

Swarnali said: (Apr 13, 2017)  
Tomatoes belong to vegetables but fruit are totally different.

Aashna said: (Apr 14, 2017)  
A tomato is a fruit and not a vegetable. Hence the correct option is A.

Anonymous said: (May 1, 2017)  
Vegetables and fruits are different from each other and tomato is a fruit. Therefore tomato comes in fruit and vegetable remain different.

Hence, A is the correct answer.

Srivathsan said: (Jul 10, 2017)  
Botanically, tomato is a fruit, but colloquially its a vegetable.

Hemant said: (Aug 17, 2017)  
Tomato is a vegetable an vegetable and fruits are not related. So fruit should not be included.

So it is A.

Prabhav said: (Aug 27, 2017)  
Vegetable and fruit are two separate entity. All Tomatoes are a vegetable but they are not fruit.

So, the Correct answer is A.

Sanjana said: (Sep 13, 2017)  
Tomato is a fruit as it is grown from seed. It is just like a breed of blueberry, raspberry, etc.

Madhav Khindri said: (Oct 10, 2017)  
Tomato is a fruit and hence placed inside the fruits and the vegetable is kept seperated from it.

Sunny said: (Oct 13, 2017)  
All tomatoes are vegetables no fruit is vegetable.

Muhammad Kamran said: (Nov 27, 2017)  
All tomatoes are fruits but vegetable are different thing.

T.Soma Datta said: (Dec 23, 2017)  
Case-1. Assume 'Tomato is a fruit'.
Then All Tomato's are fruit. Vegetables are different. So Option A is correct.

Case-2. Assume 'Tomato is a Vegetable'.
Then All Tomato's are Vegetables. Fruits are different. So Option A is correct.

In both cases, Option A is the correct answer.

Udayyerne said: (Jan 7, 2018)  
Tomato is vegetable but fruit is different thing.

Nischitha Jayaramu said: (Jan 16, 2018)  
Scientifically tomato is a fruit hence option A holds the correct answer.

Bhavani said: (Feb 3, 2018)  
Biologicaly tomato is a fruit therefore tomato is a part of fruit while vegetable is entirely different from both.

Rachit said: (Feb 16, 2018)  
Scientifically speaking, a tomato is definitely a fruit. True fruits are developed from the ovary in the base of the flower, and contain the seeds of the plant (though cultivated forms may be seedless).

Therefore A is the correct answer.

Shivendra said: (Apr 13, 2018)  
A is correct because,
Tomato comes in vegetables, Fruit is another thing.

Vinayak Rana said: (Apr 14, 2018)  
As technically, a tomato is a fruit and vegetables are different.

So, definitely Option (A) goes with correct answer.

Sai Kumar said: (May 24, 2018)  
If the tomato is considered as fruit then vegetable is different.
Similarly. if the tomato is considered as a vegetable then fruit is different.
In both the ways if we analyse we get common answer as option A.

Yogesh said: (Jul 17, 2018)  
Tomato is never a vegetable. It always a fruit.

Anirudh said: (Jul 31, 2018)  
Factually speaking, a Tomato is a fruit. It's classified as a fruit.

Paul said: (Aug 4, 2018)  
All vegetables are fruit and tomato is one type of vegetable or fruit.

Nachiketh said: (Aug 16, 2018)  
If, Tomato is fruit or vegetable option A is perfect.

Sarthak Satyapragyan Acharya said: (Sep 6, 2018)  
All tomatoes are vegetables, but fruits are different from these two.

Piyush Sonel said: (Jan 4, 2019)  
Tomato is related to vegetable but fruit is different (hence A).

Steven said: (Mar 16, 2019)  
A fruit is anything that originates from a flower. Hence tomato is a fruit. And A is the answer.

Pamalapaliga said: (Apr 27, 2019)  
Tomato is also a fruit and vegetable belongs to only vegetable.

Mahathru said: (Sep 27, 2019)  
Tomato belongs to vegetables so it is a part of it and fruits are of different type.

Hariprakash K said: (Mar 10, 2020)  
Tomato is one type of vegetable. The fruit is different from vegetables.

Praveen said: (May 9, 2020)  
Tomato is a fruit not a vegetable so hence its option A.

Hrithik Roshan said: (May 28, 2020)  
Tomato is a fruit and vegetables is different. Therefore answer is option A.

Aadharsh M said: (Jul 18, 2020)  
Tomato is a fruit not a vegetable botanically.

Nidhi said: (Jul 25, 2020)  
Tomato is a fruit and not vegetable.

Option A is correct!

Aanya said: (Aug 5, 2020)  
Tomato is a fruit, it is not a vegetable. It is proven.

As tomato has seeds, therefore it can be considered as a fruit.

So, the answer is Option A.

Potter said: (Oct 6, 2020)  
Tomato is considered as a fruit as it contains seeds. Thus option A is correct.

Manalika said: (Oct 13, 2020)  
I think the right answer is C.

Because Vegetables and tomato are same but fruits is different.

Ismeet Singh said: (Nov 18, 2020)  
According to me, Tomato is a part of a vegetale while Fruit is diffrent.

Fallengod said: (Dec 1, 2020)  
Tomato is a vegetable and fruit is a separate entity.

Jansi said: (Dec 16, 2020)  
Tomato is a vegetable and fruit is different.

Hence option A is the correct answer.

Kaash said: (Mar 23, 2021)  
Tomato is definitely a fruit, its a berry, So option C is correct.

Justin Bieber said: (Jun 15, 2021)  
Tomato is a fruit, not a vegetable!

Raven said: (Jun 28, 2021)  
Yes, Tomato is a fruit not a vegetable.

Sneharani said: (Aug 1, 2021)  
Tomato is a fruit, not vegetable.

So the answer is fruit and tomato are one and vegetable is different.

Siddharth Mohapatra said: (Aug 5, 2021)  
Tomato is a fruit not a vegetable because it has juice present in it.

All tomatoes are fruit but all fruits are not tomato as well as vegetable is entirely different from fruits so the corect option is (A).

Kaushikh said: (Aug 19, 2021)  
Tomato is a fruit, not a vegetable hence option A is right.

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