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In the given first circular object, there are a total of $4$ parts and $1$ part is shaded amongst them. Therefore, the ratio of shaded part to the total number of parts is:

$TotalShaded =41 $

Now, consider the second circular object, there are a total of $4$ parts and $2$ parts are shaded amongst them. Therefore, the ratio of shaded parts to the total number of parts is:

$TotalShaded =42 =21 $

Now, in the third object, there are a total of $4$ squares and $3$ squares are shaded amongst them. Therefore, the ratio of shaded squares to the total number of squares is:

$TotalShaded =41 $

Finally, in the last object, there are a total of $4$ squares and none of the squares are shaded amongst them. Therefore, the ratio of shaded squares to the total number of squares is:

$TotalShaded =40 =0$

Since the fraction of all of first and third objects is same that is $41 $.

Hence, the figure 1 and 3 represents the equal parts.

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