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1). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). 2
B). 5
C). 15
D). 29
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15
2, 5, 29 are all prime numbers where 15 is a composite number.
2). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). 4
B). 12
C). 2
D). 16
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2
2 is a prime number, other numbers are composite numbers.
3). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). 64
B). 49
C). 40
D). 25
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40
Except 40 all other numbers are square numbers.
4). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). 27
B). 64
C). 49
D). 216
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49
Except 49 all are cube numbers. 27 = 3x3x3 ; 64 = 4x4x4 216 = 6x6x6
5). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). 231
B). 473
C). 657
D). 572
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657
Except in (C) all the numbers are in the pattern such that the sum of the first And last digits is the middle digit.
6). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). 3-24
B). 4-60
C). 2-6
D). 5-125
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5-125
\( \large 3^3 â€“ 3 = 24\)
\( \large 4^3 â€“ 4 = 60\)
\( \large 2^3 â€“ 2 = 6\)
7). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). 5-125
B). 6-216
C). 4-64
D). 3-26
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3-26
\( \large 5^3 â€“ 3 = 125\)
\( \large 6^3 â€“ 4 = 216\)
\( \large 4^3 â€“ 2 = 64\)
8). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). DF
B). PR
C). TV
D). MP
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MP
All other groups contain three consecutive letters of the alphabet.
9). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). YW
B). IG
C). NL
D). TS
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TS
All other groups contain three consecutive letters in the reverse order.
10). Choose the one which is different from other three.
A). FHJ
B). BDE
C). MOQ
D). UWY
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BDE
All other groups contain two alternate letters of the
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