The third type of questions on series constants of an un-numbered figure followed by five other figures numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. All the six figures together 2, 3, 4, and 5. All the six figures together form a series. The un-numbered figure marks the beginning of the series and so its position is fixed. However, the positions of two of the figures in the series are incorrect and the series would be complete if these figures are interchanged. The earlier of the two numbered figures whose positions are interchanged, then the answer is 5.

The third type of questions on series constants of an un-numbered figure followed by five other figures numbered as 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. All the six figures together 2, 3, 4, and 5. All the six figures together form a series. The un-numbered figure marks the beginning of the series and so its position is fixed. However, the positions of two of the figures in the series are incorrect and the series would be complete if these figures are interchanged. The earlier of the two numbered figures whose positions are interchanged, then the answer is 5.

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Clearly, in one step an arrow occurs adjacent to a shaded portion of the circle and in the subsequent step, that portion also gets shaded and the arrow is displaced on the other side of the shaded portions. This series will be complete if figures (3) and (4) are interchanged.

Hence, the answer is (3).

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