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QUESTION: 1

Three of the following four are alike in a certain way so form a group select the one which does not belong to the group.

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QUESTION: 4

Three of the following four are alike in a certain way so form agroup select the one which does not belong to the group.

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QUESTION: 12

Three of the following four options are alike in a certain way andform a group. Select the one which does not belong to the group.

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Except (D), all other numbers are

square of natural numbers. 64 = 8^{2},

196 = 14^{2}, 900 = 30^{2}.

QUESTION: 13

Three of the following four options are alike in a certain way and form a group. Select the one which does not belong to the group.

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Except (D), in all other options, second number is double of the first number.

QUESTION: 14

Three of the following four options are alike in a certain way and form a group. Which is the one that does not belong to the group?

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Except (A), all other numbers are

cubes of natural numbers.

QUESTION: 15

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Except (D), in all other numbers, second number is obtained by reversing the digits of first number.

QUESTION: 16

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Except (B), in other numbers, difference between second number and first number is 10.

QUESTION: 17

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Except (B), all other numbers are divisible numbers.

QUESTION: 18

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Except (A), all other numbers are

divisible by 9.

QUESTION: 19

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Except (C), all letters have number corresponding to the position in the alphabet.

QUESTION: 20

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Except (D), all numbers are divisible by 4.

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