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# Introduction

Choosing the sets for images that are not related to the sets of figures are based on the differences of relationships on the basis of some elements, their size, types of shapes and other groups of elements. Usually, the questions in this section are image-based, where different sets of images are placed. There may be two parts of the question: one represents sets of figures in the question part and another represents sets of figures in the answer part. Both the parts are similar in terms of elements and their shape and size. In context to a selection of the unrelated figures, certain figures show variation in the placement of elements or in size that makes it unrelated in sets of figures.

# Choose the set of unrelated figures

The format of the similar sets of figures is the same and the formation of these figures is based on the same types of patterns, elements, element interchangeability and other parts. There is more than one set of figures, each figure resembles the other and shares similar relationships. Only one set of figures is non-similar and do not have the same qualities in terms of a pattern of the elements. Selection of the unrelated figure requires a depth analysis of the elements’ interchangeability and elements pattern. At the same time, inner parts of the figures either are straight or moving clockwise or anticlockwise, such qualities of the sets of figures help in the selection of unrelated figures.

# Unrelated figures examples

The selection of unrelated figures from a similar group of figures can be clearly understood with the help of the figure below. Only one set of figures is different from similar sets of figures.

Figure 1: sets of figures

The figure set in option 3 is unrelated to all sets of figures. Here, the arrow inside the image rotates anti-clockwise for 135 degrees and straight-line rotates for 135 degrees clockwise. And the last zig-zag line rotates for anti-clock wises in  45 degrees. All this movement of the element is unrelated to the sets of a figure in question and answer part.

Figure 2: sets of figures

Here in this figure, sets of figures from section 3 of the answer show no relation with other sets of figures. It can be said that in figure 1, the division is into two equal parts with the vertical line of symmetry; the LHS part cannot be found in figure 2, the portion resembling black turns white on the other hand white part turns black.

# Choose the set of unrelated figures: questions

Selection of the unregulated figures from other similar sets of figures is understandable with the help of an analogy. Furthermore, there are some questions below for barter understanding.

Q 1: From the following 5 numbers of sets select one pair that do not share a similar relationship with other sets of figures and is unrelated?

Figure 3: sets of figures

From both sets of figures, it can be concluded that the figure in section 3 rotates completely at a 90-degree angle in the anticlockwise line part of the pentagon with the one-sided pentagon moves for two spaces that shows that each space becomes equal to the side of pentagon in the anticlockwise direction.

Q 2: From the following 5 numbers of sets select one pair that do not share a similar relationship with other sets of figures and is unrelated?

Figure 4: sets of figures