Number Analogy

In Number analogy section deals with two types of questions:

I. Choosing a similarly related pair as the given number pair on the basis of the relation between the numbers in each pair.

II. Choosing a number similar to a group of numbers on the basis of certain common properties that they possess.

1.  Choose the best alternative.
26 : 5 : : 65 : ?

A. 6
B. 7
C. 8
D. 9
2.  Choose the best alternative.
7 : 56 : : 9 : ?

A. 63
B. 81
C. 90
D. 99
3.  Choose the best alternative.
21 : 3 : : 574 : ?

A. 23
B. 82
C. 97
D. 113
4.  Choose the best alternative.
14 : 9 : : 26 : ?

A. 12
B. 13
C. 15
D. 31
5.  Choose the best alternative.
149 : 238 : :  159 : ?

A. 169
B. 248
C. 261
D. 268
6.  Choose the best alternative.
42 : 56 : : 110 : ?
A. 18
B. 132
C. 136
D. 140
7.  Choose the best alternative.
8 : 28 : : 27 : ?

A. 55
B. 63
C. 64
D. 65
8.  Choose the best alternative.
68 : 130 : : ? : 350

A. 210
B. 216
C. 222
D. 240
9.  Choose the best alternative.
42 : 56 ; ; 72 : ?

A. 81
B. 90
C. 92
D. 100
10.  Choose the best alternative.
7584 : 5362 : :  4673 : ?

A. 2367
B. 2451
C. 2531
D. None of these