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2. enter image description here

3. enter image description here

4. enter image description here

5. enter image description here


6. ?


7. enter image description here



Find the missing object (No. 6)


Note:The first one to post an object with the matching criteria will be the winner.


Hint1: Someone who doesn't know the name of any of these objects too can find the correct answer.


Hint2: The newly added tag is a hint

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I think the missing image can well be satisfied by the one below

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The explanation:

In each image, if we calculate the number of straight edges, we get 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, ?, 8. This looks very much like a Fibonacci sequence, with the sixth object requiring 5 edges. And I chose the most famous five sided object, the Pentagon.

Interestingly, Dyrandz Famador could have had this one, if he only chose a different object whose name started with the letter 'P'. :-P

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  • $\begingroup$ Perfect. And also the same object that I had in my mind. :) $\endgroup$ – AeJey Aug 25 '15 at 6:19
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6. PENCIL ? enter image description here

I based it on the first letter of their name :) which results a pattern of S & P

  1. S - smile
  2. P - protractor
  3. S - stick
  4. P - PIZZA PIE
  5. S - set-square?
  6. P -? (PENCIL)
  7. S - Shuriken ( thanks to @Anachor )
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  • $\begingroup$ The last one is a surikan or a ninja-star which appear frequently in anime culture. Seems to confirm to your sp pattern. $\endgroup$ – Rohcana Aug 24 '15 at 9:22
  • $\begingroup$ +1. But not correct. There is a better fit than this one. The correct answer will fit the pattern More appropriate than simple first letter connection of words. More specifically, someone who doesn't know what a protractor is or a setsquare is, can answer it. Check the updated question for the Hint. $\endgroup$ – AeJey Aug 24 '15 at 14:27
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[Inverted setsquare]

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As per my observation the image patterns are in pairs, as in
1-2 semicircle are inverted
3-4 thickness reduces in opposite direction
5-6 triangle and semicircle should be inverted 7 itself has complements

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My answer is...

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Why? Well...

Each image represents a different type of angle. 1 is a full revolution, 2 is a straight angle (180 degrees), 3 is no angle (0 degrees), 4 is an acute angle, 5 is a right angle, and 7 is a reflex angle. That leaves only an obtuse angle, which this fan represents.

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  • $\begingroup$ This makes the most sense, but 7 could just be an obtuse angle really. $\endgroup$ – dramzy Aug 24 '15 at 19:54
  • $\begingroup$ @RespectMyAuthoritah - Somewhat true, but the other angles are within the object, whereas the obtuse angle in 7 is outside the object. $\endgroup$ – Glen O Aug 25 '15 at 5:57

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