Find the rule specified in the image below. Make sure the rule fully satisfies.
I don't know if it's the rule, but I found a rule that satisfies both the true and false examples:
If you divide the line in half, each half has at least one full light-blue square
Each line must have at least 2 blue square with a limit of 2 consecutive color
I think this pretty much fits:
If there are more lightblue squares, than other colored ones in a line, the next line must be longer than the actual line, otherwise the next line must be 1 square shorter.
The rules are:
There must be more than one blue square in a line, each half of a line containing atleast one blue square, and not more than two blue squares should come together in a line.
Rows of length two (2) cannot contain an orange square.