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# SOLVE THIS OR LEAVE Veeky Forums

Camden Diaz

Eli Howard

Middle bottom row

Mason Cruz

explain yourself

Carson Kelly

Welp, see yall later. Guess I'm going back to Veeky Forums now.

Alexander Robinson

is this loss?

James Smith

yep, bottom middle.

Nolan Gonzalez

overlap from left to right

Michael Sanchez

I like top left

Luis Peterson

shit, i'm a brainlet. see ya Veeky Forums

Noah Fisher

Was my thought too, however second row don’t follow this exactly

Gavin Brooks

Top left

Jose Williams

IQ invented buy retarded "pcycologist" who want to look not retarded

just tryne it dayly and you wi; be same retarded like em

Liam Gray

Its top left.

Juan Taylor

It's a tricky answer my dudes. It's top right. Look at them vertically not horizontally and you'll figure it out instantly. So in columns, not in rows.

Josiah Garcia

Correct

Easton Jackson

>M-Muh patterns

Never gonna make it

Michael Torres

It took me 3 minutes to figure it and I ultimately went with Top RIGHT. Then when I read all the comments here, my confidence went down hard. Then I saw your comment and I regained my confidence.

I think the answer is top right.

Alexander Foster

why, what's the process going on?

personally i cant figure it out.

Justin Rogers

Shit, jap comics and Chinese have made this hard, there seems to be a different right answer for every direction you read it. Top left. Top right, bottom middle all seem to work.

Christian Myers

Bingo. The rest of you are retarded as fuck, lmao.

Josiah Barnes

>Top left. Top right, bottom middle all seem to work.

no, they dont

Angel Anderson

Top right, I spent probably 15 seconds figuring it out. Am I retarded or smart?

Ayden Mitchell

This one is hard and it's even harder to explain in words.

The only logical picture is the top right because that's the only one that has been repeated once before AND any other answer would either be a duplicate in that column or something entirely new that shouldn't be there.

Luis Ward

*I did not mean repeated but "appeared" once before. Also, middle bottom can't be right. Top Right is the answer.

Isaac James

i picked top right as well but dont have a 100% pattern i can put in words

its not like you could guess the right pattern for the empty space without choices but with the coices it seems to be the only one that remotely fits any pattern

so for me it was more like cancelling out which ones are for sure not right and top right was the one left over

although i think the key is to focus on the four squares in the right bottom corner. they all are the result of flipping the contents and adding something

in that case only bottom middle and top right are possible. and since in the middle row the big squares are not the same twice it has to be top right

Jack Ross

Top right. It's in the right direction AND it was one small and one big in the left side (the only combination possible) and two smalls at the right (again, the only answer that follow a patron). Pretty easy.

Jason Ross

Top right would make sense, but there is other pattern where you subtract size

Parker Collins

Top right.

Read vertically starting from left bottom. Each line has two places for squares, left and right side. Imagine that in every case all squares are on top of the line, if they are at bottom, just place them on top in your mind.

Now start from bottom left, all overlapping squares will be substracted from one another. 2 boxes - 2 boxes = 0 boxes, you read them that way. In bottom middle we find out that 1 big box - 1 small box = 2 small boxes. Okay, use that info in the next one. We have 2 big boxes on the left, what we need so there will be only 2 small boxes left? Thats right, one big box and one small box. on right we place just 2 small boxes so 2-2 = 0.

Levi Collins

top left. three small ones to one big, add the first two to get the third.

Robert Peterson

I think top right is bullshit, and just saying "it's hard to put into words is in no way logical.

I say middle bottom as there is an actual sense of reasoning behind it.

It's simple addition of the first two squares, but what we learn from the middle tile is that the "block" size maxes out at the larger size.

Brayden Mitchell

Yes

Top left is the waveform from left answer

Middle bottom is subtraction from top answer

Top right is the normie right to left pattern answer

Samuel Perez

ah ok that makes alot of sense. nicely done m8!

so above the line means add and blow the line means substract

small - small = nothing

big - big = nothing

big - small = 2 small

small - big = - 2 small

now we have it in a proper pattern

Angel Ramirez

*no other pattern that is

Michael Price

no. try again. top right is 100% the only possible pattern

Daniel Reyes

Brainlets will say anything but middle bottom

Leo Cox

I did, im 100% sure there are multiple right answers

Sebastian Rivera

no offense but i really dont think so. those things are not designed to have multiple answers. also that one user gave us the pattern that applies 100%

see here

Jacob Hill

Ethan Garcia

lets call big blocks B and small blocks b

So by your reasoning BB-bB = bb but bB-BB also equals bb??

Adrian Wood

jo you made one little mistake. you forgot the minus

BB-bB = bb

bB-BB = -bb

Brayden Sanchez

It's top left, right?

Squares above the line are positive, below the line are negative. We add them together and the third box on each row is the sum. The second row shows us that one big square equals 3 small squares, therefore top left fits in perfectly as the answer.

Am I a brainlet, Veeky Forums?

Eli Butler

But then why are the middle and right tiles of the top row the same, or are we just making up a rule that negatives and positives are displayed in the exact same fashion??

Jeremiah Young

is it C? the one at the top right i mean

Brody Richardson

hmm true...

but it seems so perfect

Brody Hall

Thanks, have a Remi pic!

IMO it is less about always being substraction on some horizontal line and more about visualizing the blocks together and imagining their interactions, in this case when 1 big block collides with 1 small block, it results in 2 small blocks.

Kayden Green

But so does saying it's simple addition with B being the max block size. There is no definitive correct answer without making some sort of assumption.

Jaxon Thompson

fucking retards, stop trying to solve this puzzle, it was tampered with and it's unsolvable;

that's not the original pattern test, OP changed the original...

Daniel Kelly

Adam Young

Truth, the correct answer was flipped. Now guess which one.

Robert Harris

OP here, well done!

Aaron James

>fuck

Julian Turner

middle bottom

read from left to right

add first two pictures together to get the third

small + small = big, and big is the max

SIMPLE

Aaron Harris

Right, sorry about that.

The answer is top right.

Dylan Moore

Haha, I'm glad I solved it.

Fuck you OP, great thread.

Charles James

Right answer, absolutely retarded reasoning. I have actually designed these tests and virtually you are limited to one “vague ruling” by which I mean you can design the test with one unconventional thing to test for lateral thinking. Like “ignore the lines” etc but in this case you have more than 2, first ignore the lines, second assume that going down to up is subtraction, third is to assume that three small blocks = one big block, when a big block is visually 4x larger. One such unintuitive rule would be permissible, but not three, youre violating occams razor. The answer is top right for a completely different but very obvious reason that anyone who has studied morse code or to some degree encryption would understand. Guessing OP is taking some sort of symbolic logic course or perhaps something to do with Kolmogorov complexity, perhaps secure systems administration. I can reveal the answer but I dont want to spoil it for people still studying.

Julian Long

Seconding on retarded reasoning. Was trying to figure out how he did it but can't get through it without cringing.

Jacob Walker

1. ignore lines.

2. if blocks cancel each other out, except when big block meets small it creates 2 small blocks.

What do you know, it even works horizontally from right to left, or vertically from bottom to up.

Mason Baker

For me it's the bottom middle.

Add horizontally but it can't get bigger than the biggest block shown.

Jason Smith

*blocks cancel each other out

Jaxon Powell

Doesn't explain bottom row, faggot, you have no pattern for that;

using your reasoning you wouldn't be sure if the last panel is small block big block or big block big block

Eli Robinson

Bottom row or left vertical row.

In other words, your reasoning is incomplete.

Jason Baker

You need the help of this fine gentleman right here.

Grayson Williams

Top right is the correct answer, and it fits perfectly. You are misunderstanding something, maybe the fact that all the blocks on the right side interact only with the blocks on the right side, and same on the left. Take top right answer square and combine it with bottom middle square to get bottom left square, it works fine. first on the right side 2-2 = 0, on the left one big square cancels the other out, leaves with one big square and small square and they equal 2 small squares, as I have explained.

Nicholas Stewart

>deducting correct answer from possible answers

And you criticize my way for not being stylish?

Cameron Ramirez

Intricate semantics have gotten the best of you.

Thread closed.

Jose Smith

If it's top-right, then the makers made a mistake and allowed a different pattern to exist.

If the big box equal 3 small boxes, and hanging boxes are negative, the top left answer makes this:

0 (-2) (-2)

2 6 8

(-2) (-8) (-10)

Simple arithmetic can solve both to the right and downward.

Christopher Bell

Your reasoning would actually leave one small block on top of the line in the top right.

Spill the beans senpai

Jaxon Reed

- cubes don't disappear or change AND change in size

- mirroring of the row1-2 & row1-3

- pattern therefore it can be only this one

- continuation row2-1 row3-1

Jackson Perez

top right

Justin Bell

how do we even know what the ""official"" right answer is. OP? Can do you have said answer? Genuinely curious

Ian Kelly

this is Veeky Forums biz ... and the jpg really easy fuck with - most scams i know of have been either talked or flung here

Xavier Cooper

wrong answer, it's top right.

Jose Nguyen

get the fuck out of here with your autist bullshit

Jeremiah Sanders

>first row is probably a red herring

>second row changing to third row is just a flip over the X axis

>in the middle column it does a flip + one of the blocks gets bigger to match its neighbor

answer is probably middle bottom row

am I retarded? it's kinda iffy logic but it's all I got

Evan Adams

>muh right answer

It's either bottom middle or top right. Both can be justified with decent argument.

Samuel Johnson

I got bottom middle when I first saw it and then realized anons could justify top right by looking at it differently.

This is a MENSA test question and it's been confirmed that it works unilaterally and both top right and bottom middle are the correct answer.

Connor Taylor

Middle bottom

Wyatt Thompson

Hey user, honored you copy pasted my answer from Veeky Forums was just about to post it here. Cheers.

Carter Edwards

hey user op here, the person who told me it was top left is Veeky Forums kek

William Young

Look at it from bottom to top for each row. small building + small building = nothing, small building + big building = small building, big building + big building = small building. Now for the last one, big building + ? = small building (so first one must be big building based on previous observations), and the two building on the right: small building + ? = nothing (so small building based on previous observations). Thus bottom middle

Adam Long

just looked up the source ... and translated the norwegian site - its from a mensa test and the solution is the middle bottom ... according to their own tryout back then

have no doubt about - even if the puzzle itself contains a mistake or is supposed to be confusion ... i wouldn't see why it would be the right one first row

Kevin Clark

Colton Scott

topkek

Hunter Lewis

nothing tells you the value of a big block is 3 brainlet

Jordan Howard

the answer is top right, and it can be verified with your link since neither the bottom middle or top left are provided as answers there.

it's a subtraction/addition problem. anything below the line is negative, anything above is positive.

so you have:

1. nothing + (-small -small) = - small -small

2. small small + small big small small = big big small small

3. -small -small + (-big -big -small -small) = -small -big -small -small

1 is supposed to clue you in as to what is going on, and 2 establishes what happens when you try adding non-zero patterns.

Luke Reyes

Do the equation you little fool.

Take the value of a small block as 1, then do the middle column equation, as stated in my solution.

Luke Brooks

what your saying is upside down box is = to upside box when they are clearly not

>fuck off brainlet

Brayden Gomez

Nicholas Johnson

the only one that makes sense is top left.

read it vertically from bottom to top.

The bottom one minus the middle one equals the top of the column. Small blocks equal one, large blocks equal 3.

On the first column, 2 minus 2 = 0.

Second column, 8 - 6 = 2

Third column 10 - 8 = 2

The positioning appears to have no meaning in terms of left or right side.

Xavier Gomez

lmao

Hudson Ross

see

Nolan Fisher

well my answer is none of the above. am i any wronger then the each of you?

Xavier Rogers

Holy shit this works from left to right too.

Adding the first and second picture together to get the third.

0 + 2 = 2

2 + 6 = 8

2 + 8 = 10

Jacob Powell

good bye user

Brayden Scott

I got 89.7 percentile on the test that included this question. I picked three upper right. Is there any way to see the actual answers?

Hudson Martin

i think OP may be fucking with us, the other images show different options lol

Dominic Watson

less than 120 iq brainlet

kek

Kevin Perry

do we tell him?

Jose Hernandez

top right and middle bottom is still the same,google what a mesa test is and btfo

Michael Ramirez

ok prove that top left is the correct answer

pro tip you cant

>btfo brainlet