While preparing for SSC Junior Engineering exam, reasoning plays a vital role. It has 50 marks in the Paper I, which is around 1/4 marks of the overall marks of the exam. The applicants can prepare reasoning for JE exam to get maximum marks and this would help them to reach the cutoff of paper I. One of the SSC JE reasoning topics is Image Analysis. The image analysis is a critical part of the reasoning section of Paper I. As Image analysis questions were asked in previous year SSC JE exam and you can be pretty sure to get some of these in SSC JE 2019 as well. So, how should you prepare for image analysis questions? Well, we are here to show you how! Just follow this article, do a little bit of practice, and you can surely get some decent marks from this section in SSC JE Exam. You can refer more reasoning topics here.

## What is SSC JE Image Analysis All About?

In the topic Image Analysis, you are given a few pieces (Images) basis to which you need to create a combination, Analyse them and answer the questions as per the instruction. You need to answer the questions from the given options. For example, you can be asked to find the image that will form by combining all the pieces together. Let us take an example of SSC JE question for better clarity.

Question: Find out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure (X).

Options

A) 4

B) 2

C) 3

D) 1

### Solving Image Analysis Problems in SSC JE Exam

Like most other topics in SSC JE reasoning syllabus, there is a definite technique for solving SSC JE image analysis problems as well. You need to just follow a process to solve the question. Let us take a look at the steps of the process that would help you to get the solution to such questions.

STEP 1 – The first thing that you should do is take a good look at the given image and its elements. Take a look at the Image (X) in the example given above. You would find that there are three constituents of the image

STEP 2 – The next step is sorting the parts according to their sizes. You don’t have to be exactly accurate about it. For example, in the case of the example mentioned above, we have two parts that are obviously bigger than the third part. Now, we don’t necessarily have to find out which of them is the biggest.

STEP 3 – Now take a look at the big parts and see whether they can actually fit as shown in the images in the options. You can see that in the images (2) and (3), there is no way the bigger parts could combine like that. So, we eliminate them.

STEP 4 – So, we are left with two options. Now, we have to look closely at the features of the bigger parts. When we look closely at the image (4), we would find the part at the bottom to have no resemblance to any of the parts shown in image (X). So, image (4) is not the right answer.

Therefore, the right answer is the option (D) – 1.

### Quick Tips for Image Analysis

There are certain tips that you should follow when you are looking to solve SSC JE image analysis questions. Some of them are:

• Always try to look at the bigger parts of the images. They are easy to detect in different combinations.
• Try to look at the individual features of the images. See whether the edges are jagged, flat or round. Then you can look at the points where the two shapes meet. This approach would help you pick the right choice.
• Apart from observing the main image, you can also try out deconstructing the images given in the options to get the right answer.
• Practice more so that it becomes easy for you to track the integrate/segregate the image.

## Practice Questions

Here we have provided some more SSC JE questions and answers for the topic images analysis. You can refer them to have better clarity about the topic and clear understanding about the variety of the image analysis questions.

Question 1: Find out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure (X).

Options

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

Correct Answer – Option (B) 2

Question: Find out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure (X).

Options

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

Correct Answer – Option (c) 3

Question 2: Find out which of the figures (1), (2), (3) and (4) can be formed from the pieces given in figure (X)

Options

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

D) 4

Correct Answer – Option (c) 3

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