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You can see a 3x3 grid of 9 boxes, one of which is empty (marked as ?). You have to
| ## Analyzing the Pattern Each row and column seems to follow a progression related to the shading and rotation of the shapes. Let's analyze them separately: **Rows:** * **Row 1 (Pentagon):** The pentagon starts fully shaded and becomes progressively lighter with each column. * **Row 2 (Triangle):** The triangle’s shading also gets lighter, and it rotates 90 degrees clockwise with each column. * **Row 3 (Hexagon):** Following the pattern, the hexagon in the empty box should be lighter than the one before it and rotated 90 degrees clockwise. **Columns:** * **Column 1:** All shapes are fully shaded. * **Column 2:** All shapes are medium-shaded. * **Column 3:** All shapes are light-shaded. Therefore, the missing shape should be a lightly shaded hexagon, rotated 90 degrees clockwise compared to the one in the second column. ## Finding the Answer Looking at the options, we can see that option G fulfills these requirements: * **Shape:** Hexagon * **Shading:** Light gray * **Rotation:** 90 degrees clockwise compared to the hexagon in the second column. **The correct answer is: G.** |

You can see a 3x3 grid of 9 boxes, one of which is empty (marked as ?). You have to
| In the presented 3x3 grid, each row follows a pattern related to the shape and shading of the geometric figures. Let's analyze row by row: 1. **First Row**: The pattern involves pentagons that are progressively rotating. The sequence also involves changes in shading, from darkest to lightest. 2. **Second Row**: The pattern shows triangles that are progressively rotating and also changing in shading from darkest to lightest. 3. **Third Row**: The shapes are similar to those in the above rows but start with an octagon, sequentially changing in shading and rotating. For the third row, the first shape is a darker octagon, second shape is a less dark octagon, and finally, the third shape needs to be the lightest and rotated similarly to previous figures in the row. Reviewing the options: - Choices A, E, and F are too dark. - B, C, and D offer a lighter shading appropriate for the sequence. - Among these, option D shows an octagon that is the lightest and rotated correctly, maintaining consistency with the established sequence in the row. The correct answer is: D. |

You can see a 3x3 grid of 9 boxes, one of which is empty (marked as ?). You have to
| The empty box is in the third row and third column of the grid. Looking across the row, we can see that the shapes are the same but decrease in size from left to right. Looking down the column, we can see that the shapes are all pentagons but change color from black to light gray. Therefore, the correct answer is either G or H. However, the pentagons in the second row are all triangles, so the correct answer must be H. The correct answer is: H |

| This is a visual pattern or matrix reasoning puzzle where the goal is to determine the rule or set of rules that govern the placement of shapes in the grid. The first row shows pentagons with increasing numbers of sides and alternating fill colors, starting with a solid black pentagon with five sides, followed by an empty hexagon and then a solid heptagon. The clear pattern here is that the number of sides increases and the fill color alternates. The second row shows triangles with increasing numbers of sides and alternating fill colors, starting with a solid black triangle, followed by an empty square, and then a solid pentagon. The pattern is consistent with the first row: adding one side to the shape and alternating fill color. Based on the patterns observed in the first two rows, we can predict what should be in the third row. The third row starts with a solid black hexagon, followed by an empty heptagon, hence the missing shape should have eight sides (an octagon) and should be filled in solid color to maintain the alternation of solid and empty fills. Looking at the answer choices given, option "G" is the only solid octagon, which fits the pattern. The correct answer is: G. |

| To determine which shape belongs in the empty box marked with a "?", we need to analyze the patterns present in each row and column of the 3x3 grid. Looking at the first row, the shapes progress from a pentagon to a hexagon to a heptagon. The number of sides in each shape increases by one as we move from left to right. In the second row, the first two shapes are triangles. Following the pattern from the first row, the missing shape should have one more side than a triangle, which is a square or quadrilateral. Examining the columns, the first column has a pentagon at the top and a triangle in the middle. The only logical shape to complete this column would be a single line segment or a monogon at the bottom. The second column contains a hexagon and a triangle, so the missing shape should have a number of sides between those two, which would be a quadrilateral. The third column starts with a heptagon, so the shapes should decrease in number of sides moving downward. A triangle is already present, so the missing shape must have a number of sides between 7 and 3, such as a quadrilateral. Considering all these patterns, the most consistent shape for the empty box is a quadrilateral. Looking at the answer choices, the square (choice F) is the only quadrilateral option. Therefore, the square (F) is the shape that completes the patterns in both the rows and columns of the given 3x3 grid. The correct answer is: F |

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- Input ID
- 4b615c46-e374-4e96-ad89-d4f8380fcce9
- Created
- March 24, 2024
- Permission
- Public
- Expected Answer
- The correct answer is: G