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DIRECTION (1 – 5):
In the following questions, three classes are given. Out of the five figures that follow, you are to indicate which figure will best represent the relationship amongst the three classes
1) Bangalore, Mysore, Karnataka
2) Professor, writer, athlete
3) State, President, Governor
4) Plasma, thermometer, blood
5) Chairs, wood, steel
In the following figure, the rectangle, square, triangle and circle represents boys who like science, maths, economics and history respectively. On the basis of these numbers answer the following questions.
6) How many boys like all the subjects?
7) How many boys like only history?
8) Number of boys who like bothscience and history is
9) What is thetotal number of boys who like maths and economics and nothing else?
10) What is the total number of boys who like economics along with either history or maths and nothing else?
1) Answer: a)
Bangalore and Mysore are cities in the state of Karnataka.
2) Answer: a)
Some professors can be athletes and also writer. Some writers can be athletes as well as professors. So all are interconnected.
3) Answer: b)
A state is under the control of Governor but President is above all states and Governors
4) Answer: d)
Plasma is a component present on blood, whereas thermometer is different
5) Answer: c)
Chairs can be made out of wood and steel but there is no relation between steel and wood
6) Answer: c)
7) Answer: a)
Boys who like only history = 11 + 12 = 23
Number of boys who like science and history is 1+9+2+3 = 15
9) Answer: d)
The total number of boys who like maths and economics and nothing else is only 4.
10) Answer: b)
the total number of boys who like economics along with either history or maths = 5+4 =9 boys