Sunday 11 February 2024

Parts Strap Wolf ? Explain answer in detail

Q: Parts : Strap :: Wolf : ?

  • A. Flow

  • B. Animal

  • C. Wood

  • D. Fox

Answer: A. Flow


This analogy is based on a relationship between a component and the larger thing it creates, or on a characteristic/action. Let's break it down:

  • Parts : Strap

  • Individual parts come together to form a functional strap.

  • Wolf : Flow

  • Wolves are known for their fluid, flowing movement – especially when hunting as a pack. The word "flow" describes this characteristic action.

Why other options are incorrect:

  • B. Animal: While a wolf is an animal, this answer is too general. The analogy points to a more specific characteristic or behavior of wolves.

  • C. Wood: Nothing directly connects wolves to wood in the same conceptual way that parts combine into a strap.

  • D. Fox: While foxes are also animals, their primary actions or characteristics don't align with the concept of "flow" the way wolves do.

Let me know if you'd like to try more analogy questions like this!

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