Classification means to assort the item of a given group on the basis of a certain common quality.
Question generally based on alphabetical order, group, square cube, currency, capital, etc
TYPE - 1 Odd One Classification
In each of the following questions, four words have been given, out of which three are alike in some manner and the fourth one is different. Choose out the odd one.
Sol. (a) All except Apple are flowers.
Sol. (d) All except Lucknow are union Territories.
TYPE - 2 Word Classification
In this type of classification, different objects are classified on the basis of common features / properties – names, places, uses, situations, origin, etc
In each of the following questions, certain pairs of words are given, out of which the words in all pairs except one, bear a certain common relationship. Choose the pair in which the words are differently related.
(a) Car : Road
(b) Ship : Sea
(c) Rocket : Space
(d) Aeroplane : Pilot
In all other pairs, first is the means of transport on the medium denoted by the second.
(a) Beautician : Parlour
(b) Chemist : Medicine
(c) Lawyer : Court
(d) Engineer : Site
In all other pairs, second is the place where first works.
TYPE - 3 Odd Number Classification
In each of the following questions, four numbers are given out of which three are like in some manner while one is different.
Each of the numbers except 83, is divisible by 3.
In all other numbers, the sum of the digits is 28.
TYPE - 4 Number Classification
In this type, numbers are classification in a group using a particular method or rule. Rules or methods used for such classification may be based on mathematical operations.
Choose the odd number pair group in each of the following
(a) 34 – 43 (b) 55 – 62
(c) 62 – 71 (d) 83 – 92
In all other pairs, second number is 9 more than the first.
(a) 2 – 8 (b) 3 – 27
(c) 4 – 32 (d) 5 – 125
In all other pairs, second number is the cube of the first.
(a) 80 – 9 (b) 64 – 8
(c) 36 – 6 (d) 49 – 7
In all other pairs, one number is the square of the other.