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General Reasoning-Tricks on Odd One

General Reasoning-Tricks on Odd One

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Hello Friends,
In all of your exams ,few questions come from the topic Odd Man Out
in Reasoning section. Here We are providing you some tricks which can be helpful to
solve Odd Man Out (Number) Questions.

General Reasoning –Tricks on  ODD MAN OUT (Number)

TYPE-1 Except one , All numbers are Even/Odd/Square/Cube /Prime /Compound .

Example:
1)2 4 6 8 9 (9 is odd number)
2)3 5 7 9 10 (10 is even number)
3)7 11 13 17 20 (20 is compound number)
4)12 15 21 14 17 (17 is prime number)
5)4 16 25 9 27 (27 is cube number)
6)8 64 125 343 81 (81 is square number)

TYPE-2 Except one, All numbers are divisible by same number.
7)4 16 36 64 82 (82 is not disable by 4)

TYPE-3 Except one, We get the number with the addition /subtraction with
Square or cube number.
8)15 35 48 66 81 (81 is square, others are square-1)
9)9 28 65 126 216 (216 is square, others are cube+1)

TYPE-4 Except one, others are power related .
10)1 32 243 125 82 (15=5/25=32/35=243/53=125/82 is not)

TYPE-5 Except one, We get the third digit addition/multiplication/subtraction/
division of other digits in a number.
11)326 414 248 224 392 (3*2=6/4*1=4/2*4=8/2*2=4)
12)325 415 246 224 234 (3+2=5/4+1=5/2+4=6/2+2=4)

TYPE-6 Except one, all digit are consecutive in a number.
13)1236 2346 4566 5686

TYPE-7 Except one ,Every digit is even /odd number.
14)7351 1593 9175 3781

TYPE-8 Except one, First & last digit is different.
15)7487 8218 6596 5963

TYPE-9 Except one, any digit is repeated in a number.
16)5698 4321 7963 4232

TYPE-10 Except one, Product /Sum of every digit is same /difference
17)352 244 136 324 (3+5+2=10/2+4+4=10/1+3+6=10/3+2+4=9)

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Milan Jana

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