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This is similar to the another one I posted but want to see what people think the answer is and why.These are practice questions from an assessment company but these seem quite interesting. enter image description here

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It would be

The second one down.

Looking at the first square in the example, let's call the top dot A and the lower one B.

Dot A travels down to the left and then up to the right. Think of it as an oscillating dot on that diagonal. Dot B appears to travel like a knight in chess, so in the second square, it is at top left, then bottom middle, then top right, and the only option from the right is middle left.

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