From the first picture to the second picture, it is important to note that the bottom half stays exactly the same. In this transition, only the top half of the picture is being altered. Similarly, from the second picture to the third picture, only the right half is being altered. From the third picture to the fourth picture, only the bottom half is being altered. The pattern has gone from top, to right, to bottom. Therefore, in the next transition, only the left half of the picture should be changed. However, this does not allow us to rule out any options as all of the potential answers have the same right side as the fourth picture in the series.
This pattern is exceedingly difficult to spot because it has so many parts. The half that changes can be divided into two 2x2 squares. The two 2x2 squares swap places. Both 2x2 squares are rotated clockwise by 90 degrees. The colours of the half of the picture that changes are then inverted- the black becomes white and the white becomes black. This is repeated for each transition, and by applying this to the fourth picture, you get A.
>>25892567 So apart from the 2x2 that stays the sane pattern, there is also two square couple that rotates top left horizontal, top right vertical, bottom right horizontal, bottom left vertical, then in D is top right horizontal
Each time it moves it reflects its colors.
It must be in place in each part of the sequence, D is the only one with it.
>>25892052 i'd say b just because they have the two first and 4th of the top row the same. there's nothing for the paterns in the 2 middle of the bottom 2 rows, nothing. the B and E only follow the same sequence with the 1st boxes in the left of the bottom 2 rows.. also both bollow the same sequense of the far right boxes of the middle 2 rows (2nd and 3rd) follow sequence in both B and E (if there is a irregular sequence like xx y zz etc.) Aswell, B also follows a sequence if the 2 left of the middle rows go aa bb cc, so theres another pattern there that the others don't have
damn well >>25892562 is the right answer (though it's confusing to me still with the explination), so I'm too dumb.
I took a test recently for a job, but didn't get the score back from them... the guy said I did good but I don't know if that's because compared to school results/what job I was applying for or not. I guessed some of more ones that were more confusing to me like >>25892833.. there was like 2-3 minutes left of the test left and I spent it trying to figure out one but couldn't, besides what I did with my answer of the OP image where I 'thought' it could be right answer but there wasn't enough to really be sure so it probably wasn't.
In this series there are three patterns contained within each of the three circles and each time the series progresses, each pattern moves outwards by one circle (i.e. from the innermost circle to the middle circle and from the middle circle to the outermost circle), except from the outermost circle, where the pattern moves to back to the smallest circle. The pattern which starts in the smallest circle has two lines, one starting pointing north-west and on pointing south. The line pointing north-west rotates counter-clockwise by 45 degrees each time and the line pointing south rotates clockwise by 90 degrees each time. This produces one line pointing west (they overlap) in the second in the series in the middle circle. These two lines continue to rotate in exactly the same way for the rest of the series. In the third picture, they are in the outermost circle and in the fourth picture they are in the smallest circle again. In the fourth picture, the line which originally pointed northwest is now pointing south. It will rotate another 45 degrees clockwise and will point south east in the answer. The line which was originally pointing south is now pointing east. It will rotate another 90 degrees and point south in the answer. These two lines will be in the medium sized circle. This does not rule out any answers yet. The pattern which starts in the middle circle also has two lines. The line which starts pointing north moves clockwise by 45 degrees each time and the line which starts pointing north-east moves counterclockwise by 90 degrees each time. In the fourth picture, they both point south east and are in the middle circle again. Therefore, in the answer, they will both be in the outermost circle. The line that originally pointed north will rotate another 45 degrees clockwise and point south. The line that originally pointed north east will rotate another 90 degrees anticlockwise to point north east again. This rules out options C, D and E.
>>25893014 Finally, the pattern which starts in the outermost circle has a line initially pointing west which rotates clockwise by 90 degrees each time and a line initially pointing east which rotates clockwise by 45 degrees each time. In the fourth picture, these lines are in the outermost circle again. Therefore, they will be in the innermost circle in the answer. The line originally pointing east is now pointing south west. It will rotate another 45 degrees clockwise to point west. The line originally pointing west is now pointing south. It will rotate another 90 degrees clockwise to point west as well. This rules out option A. Therefore, B is correct as all other options have been ruled out.
>>25892916 these questions are extremely abstract and are usually designed so you cant "study" for them (although you can sort of program your mind to get good at them). i hope you did well on that test. did you get the job?
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