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6) Pain: Sedative

  1. Day: Night
  2. Dengue: Mosquito
  3. Fever: Malaria
  4. Grief: Consolation

Answer: D

Explanation: Sedatives are used to reduce pain. Similarly, Consolation reduces the grief or helps a grieving person feel better.

7) Implausible: Absurd

  1. Surprising: Shocking
  2. Vital: Important
  3. Sweet: Taste
  4. Happy: Joy

Answer: A

Explanation: The words implausible and absurd have the same meaning, but their use is different, i.e. implausible is used in a positive sense, whereas absurd is used in a negative sense. Similarly, the words surprising and shocking means the same but used to express the opposite emotions, e.g. surprising is used in a positive sense, but shocking is used in a negative sense.

8) Pork: PIG

  1. Sea: Fish
  2. Fruits: Vegetables
  3. Mutton: Sheep
  4. Poultry: Chicken

Answer: C

Explanation: Pork is flesh or meat of a pig that is eaten as food. Similarly, mutton is the meat of a sheep that is eaten as food.

9) After: Before

  1. Hot: Cold
  2. Summer: Winter
  3. Sweet: Sour
  4. Successor: Predecessor

Answer: D

Explanation: option D has the same relationship.

10) Ten: Decimal

  1. Two: Binary
  2. Four: Rectangle
  3. Three: Triple
  4. Two: Double

Answer: A

Explanation: Decimal is used to represent ten. Similarly, binary is used to represent two.

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