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The square is divided into 9 squares (3x3) and it changes from left to right, following some rule. The right hand column shows the answer choices. enter image description here

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I also believe the answer to be

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But I have a different reason.

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I've color coated this to make it easier. Red and Green both cycle around the edges in a counter-clockwise motion. Yellow goes left, middle, right, middle, and presumably left again like it's "walking" back and forth. Blue, like Yellow, is going back and forth but on a diagonal. Middle, Upper-Right, Middle, Lower-Left, presumably middle again. Each color has a cyclical movement as if it were pacing (either back and forth or in a circle).

This would mean that the NEXT next would be

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Which is exactly the same as the second image in the pattern except Red and Green are backwards.

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  • $\begingroup$ I believe this is the accepted reason because there were previous instructions saying the changes are primarily movements of the shapes. $\endgroup$ – grayQuant Nov 10 '15 at 15:52
  • $\begingroup$ Well done! And welcome to Puzzling beta! $\endgroup$ – Timmy Nov 10 '15 at 15:59
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I would say this one

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Because

Every other picture, starting with the first one, in the sequence is the same picture, just a mirrored version

For a bonus guess the picture after that might look like

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Because

Every other starting with the second picture is the same picture, rotated clockwise 90 degrees then mirrored (Makes sense to me at least!)

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  • $\begingroup$ what do you mean by odd number? $\endgroup$ – grayQuant Nov 10 '15 at 14:03
  • $\begingroup$ Like Picture 1 = 1, picture 2 = 2... I guess that is really poorly worded. I'll change that. $\endgroup$ – Timmy Nov 10 '15 at 14:04

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