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# Inserting missing characters in logical reasoning with explanations and practice questions

Inserting missing characters in logical reasoning involves identifying a pattern or rule in a sequence of characters and determining the missing character based on that pattern.

Explanation:

Pattern Recognition: To solve these types of questions, you need to identify the pattern or rule governing the sequence of characters.

Positional Awareness: Pay attention to the position of the missing character in the sequence and how it relates to the other characters.

Logical Deduction: Use logical deduction based on the identified pattern to determine the missing character.

Examples:

1. Example: AB_CDEF_GH

Pattern: The missing character is "I" because the pattern alternates between letters and underscores, and the alphabet progresses.

2. Example: ABCD_EF_GH_

Pattern: The missing character is "I" because the pattern alternates between letters and underscores, and the alphabet progresses.

Multiple Choice Questions:

1. Sequence: A_BCDEFG_HI

Options:

A) J

B) K

C) L

D) M

2. Sequence: AB_CDEF_GHI_

Options:

A) J

B) K

C) L

D) M

3. Sequence: A_BCDEF_GHIJ_

Options:

A) K

B) L

C) M

D) N

4. Sequence: ABCD_EF_GHI_

Options:

A) J

B) K

C) L

D) M

5. Sequence: A_BCDEFG_HIJ_

Options:

A) K

B) L

C) M

D) N

6. Sequence: AB_CDEF_GHIJ_

Options:

A) K

B) L

C) M

D) N

7. Sequence: ABCD_EF_GHIJ_

Options:

A) K

B) L

C) M

D) N

8. Sequence: A_BCDEF_GHI_

Options:

A) J

B) K

C) L

D) M

9. Sequence: AB_CDEF_GHI_

Options:

A) J

B) K

C) L

D) M

10. Sequence: A_BCDEFG_HI_

Options:

A) J

B) K

C) L

D) M