# Figure Series - Solved Examples

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Q 1 − Which figure must continue series of figure? Answer - Figure (1)

Explanation

In each step, one leaf is getting added on either side of line and after each two steps, figure is rotating through an angle of 45° clockwise. During rotation no leaf is added.

Q 2 − Which figure must continue series of figure? Answer - Figure (3)

Explanation

In each step one line is added to either side of inclined line to make triangular shape and figure is rotating through an angle of 45° anti clockwise.

Q 3 − Which figure must replace question mark? Answer - Figure (2)

Explanation

In each step one quarter of the figure is shaded in clockwise direction.

Q 4 − Which figure must replace question mark? Answer - Figure (1)

Explanation

Each figure has shaded common area.

Q 5 − Which figure is not following the same sequence as followed by figures in question figure? Answer - Figure (4)

Explanation

In each step 2 lines are getting omitted while one line is added in following step.

Q 6 − Which figure is not following the same sequence as followed by figures in question figure? Answer - Figure (3)

Explanation

In each step, one space is shaded in clockwise direction.

Q 7 − Find the answer figure from alternatives which are numbered from 1 to 4 by using the sequence of set of figures given in question figure. Answer - Figure (3)

Explanation

Like in 1st two figures common area is shaded, in next set of figures common area is not shaded.

Q 8 − Find the answer figure from alternatives which are numbered from 1 to 4 by using the sequence of set of figures given in question figure. Answer - Option (2)

Explanation

Parallel lines are added to each side of the figure.

Q 9 − Which figure is different from others? Answer - Option (3)

Explanation

Each box has three figures of two types, of which two are same while other is different.

Q 10 − Which figure is similar to question figure? Answer - Figure (3)

Explanation

All figures consist of two same types of figure intersecting each other and common area is shaded.

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