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Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 1

7 is to 14 as 9 is to _____.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 1

The relationship between 7 and 14 is that 7 multiplied by 2 equals 14. Similarly, 9 multiplied by 2 equals 18, making Option B correct. 

Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 2

6 is related to 19 in the same way as 4 is related to ______.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 2
If we multiply 6 by 3 and add 1 (6 * 3 + 1), it equals 19. Similarly, when 4 is multiplied by 3 and added with 1 (4 * 3 + 1), it equals 13, which is Option C.
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Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 3

8 is related to 28 in the same way as 27 is related to _______.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 3

If we add 20 to 8, it equals 28. Similarly, when 27 has 20 added to it (27 + 20), it equals 47.

Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 4

34 is related to 12 in the same way as 59 is related to _______.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 4

34  to 12 as 3x4 =12
59  to 45  as 5x9 = 45

Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 5
Identify the one which is different from the others?
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 5
All numbers except Option B are multiples of 3. 243 is a multiple of 3 raised to the power of 5, while the others are simply multiples of 3 raised to different powers.
Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 6
12 is related to 144 in the same way as 17 is related to _______.
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 6
If we square 12, it equals 12^2 = 144. Similarly, when we square 17 (17^2), it equals 289, which is Option A.
Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 7

1 is related to 1 in the same way as 5 is related to ______.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 7

If we square 1, it equals 1^2 = 1. Similarly, when we square 5 , it equals 25, which isn't among the options.
However 1 cube is also 1 so now 
, 5^3 equals 125, which is Option B.

Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 8

16 is related to 56 as 32 is related to _______.

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 8

If we multiply 16 by 3.5, it equals 56. Similarly, when 32 is multiplied by 3.5, it equals 112, which is Option D.

Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 9

Which one is different from the others?

Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 9

All numbers are prime numbers except for Option A, 1003, which is not a prime number as it can be divided by 17 and 59.

Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 10
MAD: JXA:: RUN : ?
Detailed Solution for Olympiad Test: Analogy and Classification - 2 - Question 10
Each letter in the first set is moved three positions backward in the alphabet. So, R comes three places before U, A three places before D, and N three places before Q. Applying the same logic, RUN would become ORK by moving each letter three places backward in the alphabet.
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