# Ch.7 :- Logic Based Venn Diagrams :- Exercise 1

✦ Directions for Q. No. 1 to 5 : Each of the question given below has three items having certain relationship among them. The same relationship is expressed by sets of circles, each circle representing one item irrespective of its size.Match the items with right set of circles.

1. Rivers, Canals, Perennial source of water.
(a) A     (b) B     (c) C     (d) D     (e) E

2. Rings, Ornaments, Diamond rings.
(a) C     (b) B     (c) A     (d) D     (e) E

3. Women, Married persons, Wives who work.
(a) A     (b) C     (c) D     (d) B     (e) E

(a) A     (b) D     (c) B     (d) E     (e) C

5. Students, First divisioners, Third divisioners.
(a) B     (b) C     (c) D     (d) A     (e) E

✦ Directions for Q. No.6 to 10 : Rach question given below contains three groups of items. You are to choose from the following five numbered diagrams, the diagram that depicts the correct relationship among the three groups of items in each of the question.

6. Vegetable, Fruit, Brinjal

7. Door, Window, House

8. Honest, Intelligent, Poor

9. Car, Train, Automobile

10. Zinc, Copper, Iron

✦ Directions for Q. No. 11 to 20 : In each of the following questions, select the diagram out of the five that best represents the relationship among the items given in the question.

11. Book, Novel, Pen

12. Police, Doctor, Female

13. Mammal, Cow, Man

14. Horse, Hen, Animal

15. Woman, Wife, Daughter

16. Medicine, Male, Surgeon

17. Keyboard, Monitor, Mouse

18. Educated persons, Engineers, Doctors

19. Dogs, Pets, Cats

20. Girls, Healthy, Health Club.

✦Directions for Q. No. 21 to 30 : Out of the four alternatives in each of the following questions, three alternatives are such that the three words in each are related’ among themselves in one of the five ways represented by (A), (B), (e), (D) and (E) below. And one of the alternatives
represents a relationship which is not represented by any of the figures given below. The relationship! that”complies this condition is your answer.

21.
(a) Army, General, Colonel
(b) Boy, Student, Player
(c) Painter, Scholar, Table
(d) Man, Typist, Peon.

22.
(a) Hen, Dog, Cat
(b) Body, Ear, Mouth
(c) Bed, Ward, Nurse
(d) Tiger, Animal, Carnivorous.

23.
(a) Mineral, Iron, Copper
(b) Dean, Painter, Singer
(c) Seed, Leaf, Root
(d) Piston, Engine, Wheel

24.
(a) Director, Engineer, Musician
(b) Apple, Orange, Mango
(c) Fruit, Mango, Grass
(d) Oxygen, Air, Water

25.
(a) Bed, Ward, Hospital
(b) Boy, Girl, Player
(c)Copper, Zinc, Iron
(d) Book, Page, Paragraph

26.
(a) Atmosphere, Air, Oxygen
(b) Boy, Girl, Student
(c) Man, Worker, Garden
(d) Animal, Dog, Cat

27.
(a) Body, Hand, Finger
(b) Mammal, Nurse, Woman
(c) Cereal, Wheat, Rise
(d) Males, Cousins,Nephews

28.
(a) Star, Moon,Mars
(b) Professor, Scholar, Politician
(c) Nurse, Doctor, Woman
(d) Swimmer, Carpenter, Singer

29.
(a) Animal, Mammal, Cow
(b) Colour, Cloth, Merchant
(c) Colour, Red, Blue
(d) Male, Horse, Mare.

30.
(a) Periodicals, Weekly, Book
(b) Mineral, Copper, Wood.
(c) Doctors, Human beings, Married People
(d) Army, Doctors, Engineers.

✦ Directions for Q. 31 No. 40 to : Each of the questions “given below contains three groups of items. You have to choose from the following five numbered diagrams, the’diagram that depicts the correct relationship among the three , ‘groups of items in each of the question.

31. Pop, Songs, Classical
(a) C     (b) E     (c) D     (d) A     (e) B

32. Maize, Sugarcane, Crops
(a) A      (b) B      (c) C     (d) D     (e) E

33. Birds, Owls, Elephants
(a) A      (b) B      (c) C      (d) D      (e) E

34. Apples, Mangoes, Oranges
(a) A       (b) B      (c) C     (d) D      (e) E

35. Asia, Delhi, India
(a) A      (b) B       (c) C     (d) D     (e) E

36. Lawyers, Women, Doctors
(a) A     (b) B     (c) C     (d) D     (e) E

37. Brinjal, Glass, Spoon
(a) A     (b) B     (c) C     (d) D     (e) E

38. Pen, Stationery, Powder
(a) A     (b) B     (c) C     (d) D     (e) E