Digital is to number as Analogue is to:
In the given options, the word “Analogue” is associated with representing continuous or variable data, similar to how “Digital” represents discrete or numerical data.
Option B, “Time,” is not the correct answer as it is a specific application or concept related to analogue systems but does not capture the broader idea of analogue representation.
Option C, “Hand,” is not the correct answer as it is a physical component often associated with analogue systems, but it does not directly represent the concept of analogue representation.
Option D, “Register,” is also not the correct answer as it refers to a storage component in computing systems and is not directly related to analogue representation.
Therefore, the correct answer is option A, “Symbol.” In analogue systems, various symbols or signals are used to represent information. For example, the position of a needle on a gauge or the waveform in an analogue audio signal can be considered symbols representing the underlying data.
Hence, the analogy is “Digital is to number as Analogue is to Symbol.”