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I think this one is D)
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I think this one is D)
Any help would be highly appreciated!
1) Consider the four triangles. Using T, B, L, R (top, bottom, left, right) to label the triangles:

In the 2nd diagram only TR and BR have changed.
3rd diagram : only BR and BL have changed
4th diagram : only BL and TL have changed
5th diagram : only TL and TR have changed

Does that help?

I'm not confident with 2) but I'd also go for D by the fact that for each diagram, the inner shape is the outer shape if you go back two diagrams. But I cant see why the next outer shape will be a square. So either the outer shape is random or I'm missing something - the latter is more likely.
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1) Consider the four triangles. Using T, B, L, R (top, bottom, left, right) to label the triangles:

In the 2nd diagram only TR and BR have changed.
3rd diagram : only BR and BL have changed
4th diagram : only BL and TL have changed
5th diagram : only TL and TR have changed

Does that help?

I'm not confident with 2) but I'd also go for D by the fact that for each diagram, the inner shape is the outer shape if you go back two diagrams. But I cant see why the next outer shape will be a square. So either the outer shape is random or I'm missing something - the latter is more likely.


Genius!

Thank you very much Sir
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Genius!

Thank you very much Sir
You're welcome. Do you have answers for these or are you going to get answers in the future?

I'm interested what the answer is for the second one. I feel like I'm missing something with that one.
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