Visual Reasoning

Category : 1st Class

 

OBJECTIVE

 

  • Students will understand the relationship of visual information to its real-world context.
  • They will learn to identify what the object might look like from another side.

           

INTRODUCTION

Visual reasoning is the process of analyzing visual information and being able to solve problems based upon it.

Question based on Visual Reasoning:

  1. Shadows
  2. Views from different Sides

 

Shadows

 

A Shadow is formed where light can’t reach. The larger the light source, the larger the Shadow.

Shadows are place where light is "blocked".

 

View From Different Sides

 

A view is a way of seeing something from a particular position. There can be different views of a thing from different sides.

 

Different Views of Car from Different Sides

 

Examples

 

                 1.            Identify the shadow of the given figure (X).

                    

(a)                                          (b)    

(c)                                           (d)      

 

Ans.     (d)

 

 

 

                2.            Which one of the following pictures of a Cap has front view?

(a)                                        (b)   

(c)                                        (d)  

 

Ans.     (a) Option (a) has the front view of a cap.

 

 

 

                 3.            Match the shadow on the right hand side with the correct picture on the left.

A

1

B

2

C   

3

D

4

E

5

 

Codes;

(a)        A-4       B-5       C-3       D-1       E-2

(b)        A-3       B-2       C-1      D-4       E-5

(c)         A-2       B-3       C-5       D-1       E-4

(d)        A-4       B-1       C-5       D-3       E-2

 

Ans.     (c)         A-2       B-3       C-5       D-1       E-4

 

 

 

                   4.            Identify the correct shadow of the given picture (M).

                      

(a)                                 (b)  

(c)                               (d)   

 

Ans.     (b) Option (b) has the correct shadow of the picture (M).

 

 

 

                   5.            Identify the correct view of the picture (Y).

           

(a) Side view                              (b) Front view   

(c) Back view                             (d) Top View

Ans.     (d) The correct view of the picture (Y) is Top view.

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