Analogies require us to identify similarities between two or more items that may appear very different on the surface. Let’s look at two examples. Consider the following two analogies from Miller Analogies Practice Test (www.majortests.com):
____________ is to PLANETARY ORBITS as RATIOS are to BAKING.
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