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# Your IQ

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One thing I dislike about IQ problems, is when it gets difficult enough a person can find any number of patterns to generate the shapes

For instance, flip the shape upside down and move any horizontal bar to the opposite side. You'll get another one of those shapes. However because they come in pairs, it doesn't help with the missing shape. Therefore there must be some pattern between more than 2 shapes at once.

Here's another pattern: take the bottom one and overlap the one above it.

1) two lines overlap that are connected to the center

keep them

2) two lines overlap which are not connected to the center

Remove them

3) move the horizontal line to the opposite side

You literally cannot argue I'm wrong, because this generates the top shape from the bottom two shapes. Based on this reasoning the answer should be 2 and you cannot argue I'm wrong, even if I am wrong, because one pattern is as justified as the next.

Work from top to bottom. The top two of a column yield the bottom.

Perform an AND on the central "spokes" and perform an XOR on the perimeter.

The answer is 2.

I just noticed that you can also work from left to right by performing an XOR on the spokes and an AND on the perimeter also giving 2.

me got by noticing that 2 incorporated all the elements of the corresponding row/collumn

I don't know if this is logically valid, but if you combine the first shape in the first row with the second shape in the second row, and the second shape in the first row with the first shape in the second row, and of course the first shape in the third row with the second shape in the third row, you all get well fit together shapes like puzzle pieces. Do that with the last shapes in the first and second row and you'll either get 1 or 2 depending on the rules.

that's more or less how I thought of it but I was too much of a brainlet to see how the big shapes related to the smaller ones. Really the missing piece should have been the middle. Would have been the ultimate pleb filter. Its pretty easy and intuitive as is and IQ tests never ask you to state your reasoning.

where can I find a bunch of these? Like seriously, they don't just make books comprised of these? I want to know if I'm retarded or not.

It's a simple overlap one. You do the inner lines horizontally and the outer lines vertically. So 2.

Better explanation.

The pattern is left to right, the first two columns create the third column.

The spokes cancel when they overlap.

The rim cancel if they don't overlap.

2 is the only one I see a loose pattern in

The center lines alternate from top to bottom as you go left to right and then on the final panel of the row they are on both top and bottom

The right hand diagonal line (lines in the case of the final row if 2 is correct) is kept and everything else is taken away

left to right: whatever black was in upper left in the first one, dissapears in the second and reappears flipped on the lower left, on 3 it dissapears. Note there is nothing black on the third row in that places so nothing changes. middle upper line is not on the first, but is on 2 and 3. Middle lower line is on 1 and 3 but is not on 2. lower right corner stays the same.

Therefore anwser 2.

This is a really nice variation on the classical XOR-puzzles. XOR for horizontal/vertical lines, AND for diagonal lines.

thick lines. If it's in both it gets carried over to last one. Thin lines, if it's in both it gets cancelled, if it's in only one of the two it gets carried over. 2

that's basically the inversion of the correct pattern, and it leads you to the correct result

if you want to adopt a strong position, find an equally plausible pattern that leads you to an incorrect answer

You're totally right.

Actually one should demand some reasoning from the test takers. Any reasonable solution should be right.

I once went through a sample IQ test for the job interview of a friend, and one problem was the continuation of

BCDFGHJKL***

We got to the solution "vowels left out" - which is a simple description - so MNP could be missing. But the actual solution was "leave out any fourth letter" - therefore MNO was "correct".

You'll be punished for thinking out of the box in such tests.

How does XOR work here? Look at piece 1,1 and piece 1,2. If you consider diagonal line = 1 and no diagonal line = 0 then look at the 1,1's upper left corner, that is a 1 since there is a diaginal there, now look at 1,2's upper left corner there is no diagonal there so that is a 0.

1 XOR 0 = 1. But in 1,3 there is no diagonal in the upper level corner. So your reasoning seem to fail here.

It's okay.

I generalized the rules to:

diagonal + 0 = diagonal

diagonal + diagonal = diagonal

line+0=line

line+line=0

2

Vertical & Horizontal lines cancel when overlap, added when otherwise,

The Diagonal lines remain when overlap, erased when otherwise.

The right answer isn't in there.

It's solved from left to right.

Where the diagonal lines out of the first two symbols overlap, the diagonal line is shown in the third symbol. And where the horizontal/ vertical lines overlap are left out of the third symbol.

So the answer should be pic related.

Answer 2

It can be represented mathematically as

diagonals

1 * 0 = 0

0 * 1 = 0

0 * 0 = 0

1 * 1 = 1

horizontal and vertical lines

|1 - 0| = 1

|0 - 1| = 1

|0 - 0| = 0

|1 - 1| = 0

welp, yep its two. Not only did i fuck up by instantly assuming OP to be a faggot and taking out the correct answer, i also fucked up the drawing by forgetting the two diagonals.

What do you think is the minimum IQ needed to answer this particular question? I’d say 110

2, bit of a brainlet to explain properly, but I'll try:

Going from top to bottom, you look at the first two images to decide what the third image looks like:

If the center sticks match they remain the same, if not you remove them, if the border sticks match you remove them and you place a stick where they don't match.

Why do people say online IQ tests are unreliable? How do I get tested? How hard is the question in the OP?

border sticks: xor

center sticks: and

[math]

\begin{matrix}

\underline{a} & \underline{b} & \underline{a~~XOR~~b} & \underline{a~~AND~~b}\\

0 & 0 & 0 & 0 \\

0 & 1 & 1 & 0 \\

1 & 0 & 1 & 0 \\

1 & 1 & 0 & 1

\end{matrix}

[/math]

Easy, its number 2.

What is inside doesnt repeat to appear

What is outside must repeat to appear

Every IQ test is unreliable in my opinion. You can't assign an exact number to someone's intelligence, the best they do is give a good approximation. OP's question is as easy as they get

1

a line inside a circle cuts a circle into pieces so I'm going to assume two lines inside a circle also cuts it into pieces.

Is this really what typical IQ test questions look like? I've been too scared to take one because I don't want to find out that I am retarded.

It's kinda difficult explain, more of a feeling I get from looking at it.

Though, looking at just the third column, if you draw that line together so the crescents bisect where the line is going through them then you would have a -90 degree rotation of 1 and it could be contained within that square.

But that's not a very good explanation because it doesn't account for the other patterns.

1

count the contained spaces in each sequence

4,2,1

8,4,2

3,2,? (coincidentally the index is also the answer to the series)

that's what I think

Interested in what you score on IQ tests looking for significance in test structures

Completing the patterns has led to good results for me

1,2,3

4,5,6

7,8,9

If you combine section 1 with section 5, you end up with a criss-cross square. When you combine section 2 with section 4 you also end up with a criss-cross square. When you rotate and transform the rest of the sections. You will once again find a criss-cross square...

The answer is 6 the criss-cross square

Unfortunately. I do see a problem in my answer of 6.... The rotation and transforming I mentioned requires the overlapping of non bold lines.... I might be wrong.

Don't worry, getting it wrong the first time only results in a 10 point deduction in your IQ score.

Every fourth letter is missing

A, the first letter is missing

First = fourth

Probably better not to work for those retards anyway.

again this bullshit

no one cares

there are 1000 answers and none of them make sense

your IQ doesn't mean anything

grow up tard

Diagonal lines are boolean AND.

Horz and verts are boolean XOR.

Perform this operation on the first and second of each line to get the third.

There's one answer and it makes so much sense there are a shit ton of ways to get to it. You are just stupid

prepare for brainlet

its 1

because 1st line is 2 nonfucked shapes in a row then a fucked one

2nd line is 2 fucked up shapes and then 1 normal one

last line is two normal shapes so it has to be a fucked up one- thus illuminating 2,3,4 and 5

plus it has semi circles which follows the rule from the 1st line where the circles make a fucked up circle

t. EE major

3 cant make sense because all the diagonal lines are present and that never happens before.

You take a good, hard look at those fucked up shapes and tell me there's a god.

Took an online test and got 117, so am I smart enough to not be considered a brainlet?

some bullshit about how using the word "faggot" is insensitive I would guess.

answer is 2, outside elements don't matter and internal lines are xor'd horizontally

I just ignored the topleft-most squares in the pic and noticed that both from left to right and from top to bottom it consisted of moving the line along the triangle which basically consists of a 60 degree rotation counterclockwise. Then i added the two results to get 2. Am i brainlet or ritard?

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IQ is supposed to be a measure of intelligence

IQ problems only test abstract pattern recognition.

jesus this board has become utter shitfest, not only is every board filled with fucking retards arguing about IQ, but you can't even solve a simple question for kids

kys please and never ever visit this board again

One of the possible patterns is 2

You do an AND on each skewed line from pic 1 and 2 to get 3

You do an XOR on each vertical and horizontal line

thinks he's smart but is actually very stupid because he thinks the answer hasn't been determined in over 100 posts

Its 2.

All the first colum lines come off the bottom of the dot

All the second colum lines come off the top of the dot

All the third colum lines come off the top and bottom

it's 1

top and bottom left: 2 balls

top and bottom middle: 1ball

top and bottom right: split balls

mid row is just a fluke, or maybe the 2 splits combine into a square, who knows.

column-wise

outer lines are XOR

inner lines are AND

row-wise

outer lines are AND

inner lines are XOR

answer is #2

raven's matrices yes, it's only a small part of a professional iq test. Though you can get into mensa if you're good at it. I got over 130 on a mensa one and only 117 on a general IQ test, mostly because of low processing speed, but still. My brain can recognize patterns fast, but takes longer implementing the information and storing it for later use