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## This thread is dedicated to preparation for Reasoning section of MBA Entrance exams like CAT, XAT, MAT, CMAT, SNAP, NMAT, MH-CET & IIFT. You may share questions related to topics like Analogies, Odd one out, Blood relations, Mathematical operators, Venn Diagrams, Direction sense, Series completion, Coding decoding, Decision making etc.

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Dinanath
Shared from MH-CET Mock - 3 on 05 Mar, 2018 9:39 AM

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Dinanath
Posted on 05 Mar, 2018 9:39 AM

Option 1 also has the same elements, so why not that?

Bhushan
Shared from Visual Reasoning on 04 Mar, 2018 10:54 PM

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(b)
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(d)
(e)
Bhushan
Posted on 04 Mar, 2018 10:54 PM

It can also be arrow moves one step back (ACW) two forward (CW) three backward six forward, E

Tanmay
Shared from MH-CET Mock - 1 on 10 Feb, 2018 11:51 AM

I. E is not standing at the end of any row.

II. D is at the second position to the left of F.

III. C is the neighbour of E and is standing diagonally opposite to D.

IV. B is the neighbour of F.

D, B, and F
C, E, and B
A, E and F
F, B, and C
D, B, and E
Tanmay
Posted on 10 Feb, 2018 11:51 AM

How is it specified that "C is the neighbor of A"?

Shared from CMAT Mock - 9 on 17 Jan, 2018 11:19 PM

How is Y related to X?

I. Y is X's grandmother's son.

Only I alone is sufficient to find the answer.
Either I or II is sufficient to find the answer.
Both I and II together are needed to find the answer.
Both I and II together are not sufficient to find the answer.