CLASSIFICATION LEVEL 1

 

Classification involves putting things into a class or group according to particular characteristics so it’s easier to make sense of them, whether you’re organizing your shoes, your stock portfolio, or a group of invertebrates.  From all competitive examination classification is one of the most important topics, this pattern come with lot of questions minimum they asking the 4 to 5 question from the classification topic. In the SSC CGL or SSC constable GD examination having the same topics from the reasoning section but the standard of the topic will be different, so most of the candidates preference for this topic to get the best score in the written examination.

 

 

Directions: Find the odd one out

 

  1. A. Square B. Circle                     C. Rectangle             D. Triangle

 

  1. A. Cotton B. Terene                  C. Silk                         D. Wool

 

  1. A. Light B. Wave                    C. Heat                      D. Sound

 

  1. A. 81 : 243 B. 16 :64                   C. 64 : 192                D. 25 : 75

 

  1. A. 64 : 8 B. 80 : 9                     C. 7 : 49                     D. 36 : 6

 

  1. A. 26 : 62 B. 36 : 63                  C. 46 : 64                  D. 56 : 18

 

  1. A. ABZY B. BCYX                      C. CDVW                   D. DEVU

 

  1. A. ACE B. FHJ                         C. KLM                       D. SUW

 

  1. Find the wrong number in the series

441, 484, 529, 566, 625

  1. 484 B. 529                                    C. 625                                    D. 566

 

  1. Find the wrong number in the series

232, 343, 454, 564, 676

  1. 676 B. 454                                    C. 343                                    D. 564

 

 

SOLUTION TO CLASSIFICATION LEVEL 1

 

 

  1. B. Except circle, all others are geometrical figures consisting straight lines.

 

  1. B. Except terene, all others are natural fibres.

 

  1. B. Except wave, all others are different form of energy.

 

  1. B. 81*3=243

64*3=192

25*3=75

But     16*4=64

 

  1. D. Except D, in each pair one number is square root of the other.

 

  1. D. Except D, in each pair the position of digits has been interchanged.

 

  1. C. A+1=B   &   Z-1=Y

B+1=C   &   Y-1=X

D+1=E   &   V-1=U

But   C+1=D   &   V+1=W

 

  1. C. A+2=C    &   C+2=E

F+2=H     &   H+2=J

But      K+1=L     &   L+1=M

 

  1. D. 21^2=441

22^2=484

23^2=529

25^2=625

But   (23.79)^2=566

 

  1. D. 232+111=343

343+111=454

454+111=565 (but given 564)

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