enter image description hereWhat is the next piece and why?

! What is the next piece and why?


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I'd say



the entire image is reflected, then the number of rectangles at the (flipped) left is doubled and the image on the right is duplicated below it.

To the added parts:

#1 is B also, the top part is reflected across the y-axis while the bottom across the x-axis.


#2 is C because the first triangle is the bottom right, the second is the bottom left, and 3rd is the top


I will go with



We see that the triangle is doubled and that they add a new line in the middle of each rectangle.


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