Among the inner elements, the arrow rotates by 90° CW and 'C rotates by 90° ACW in each step while the other two rotate by 90° CW alternately. These elements shift one step ACW alternately. Among the outer elements, the left one rotates by 90° ACW alternately and the right one rotates by 180° and 90° ACW alternately.
The elements move from right to left (the leftmost becomes the rightmost). The larger elements get reduced and smaller elements get enlarged in alternate steps while the elements rotate by 180° in each step.
The lower elements rotate by 45° CW and the upper one rotate by 45° ACW in eachstep. The diagonal elements join at centre, crossing each other in one step and remain there in the next step, rotating as usual. In the subsequent step they move to their respective positions while other diagonal elements join at the centre.
The upper-left and lower-right, and lower-left and upper-right elements interchange their places while the middle-left is replaced by a new one in one step. In the next step the elerf-.its move one step ACW.
In alternate steps the corner elements rotate by 90° ACW while shifting one side ACW and interchange their positions. The half-arrow moves inside and outside the circle. The shading of the middle circle moves inward and outward while it rotates by 90° ACW.
Direction (Q. 6-10): In each of the following problems, a related pair of figures is given followed by five numbered pairs of figures. Four out of five pairs have similar relationship as that of the original pair. Select a pair that does not have a relationship similar to that in the original pair.
The smaller elements get enlarged, rotate by 90° CW and shift one side CW. The middle element gets reduced in size, double and moves inside the closes ended elements after rotating 45° CW and 45° ACW respectively.