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  • INTERVIEW QUESTIONS GENERAL LOGICAL REASONING DETAILS
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    ODOMETER : DISTANCE
    A. scale : weight B. length : width
    C. inch : foot D. mileage : speed
    E. area : size

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    Answer: Option A

    Explanation:

    Scale - A measuring instrument for weighing; shows amount of mass.

    An odometer measures distance; a scale measures weight.



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