Analogy questions present a logical relationship between two pairs of words or numbers. Consider the following sentences:
These sentences could be represented as logical analogies of the form A : B :: C : D. For example,
You can read these statements as: A is to B as C is to D. (Or A is to C as B is to D. But never A is to D as B is to C!)
These logical statements are converted to questions of the type that appears on the MAT by replacing one of the terms in the analogy by a blank. Four choices are given for the blank and the test taker selects the correct answer.
MASON : (____) :: CARPENTER : WOOD
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