# Which tile completes the set?

This one puzzles me. I hope you can solve it.

A

Since

The first three (C, D, L) are an English letter and it's horizontal reflection.

From the options

Only A is an combination of an English letter and it's reflection (E)

• Got there just before I could. +1. Apr 5, 2017 at 12:18

B

Because

The top left contains the letter C reflected upon itself, and the top right contains the subsequent letter, D, reflected upon itself. The bottom left contains the letter T upside-down, and tile B contains the subsequent letter, U, upside-down.

My first choice of answer wasn't here. If there had been a tile containing

the letter M reflected upon itself

I would have chosen that, because

the bottom left tile could also be read as the letter L reflected upon itself.

• Note that the puzzle is to complete the "set", not the "sequence". There's no reason to think that the correct answer follows on from the bottom-left tile. It's just a case of finding the operation common to all 3 tiles. Apr 5, 2017 at 16:18
• Ooh, good point. In which case I really was looking for the MM. Apr 5, 2017 at 16:38
• I'd say this would be my answer also, since there is a letter T upside-down. Where people see reflected L? reflected L would be 1,5 times wider that T. Apr 5, 2017 at 19:40