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Find the missing brick

The pattern made up of figure a-i is missing the last brick. What figure out of the figures in range 1-9 is the last brick to restore the pattern, and why?

Created by myself

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    $\begingroup$ I knew I recognized this type of puzzle, I solved one a year ago! $\endgroup$ – Jordan.J.D Feb 20 at 18:13
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    $\begingroup$ @Jordan.J.D Yep! "Switch the odd ones out #6" $\endgroup$ – Plarsen Feb 20 at 18:18
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I have a suggestion as to how to answer it - however identifying which brick fits is tricky and I don't think I've solved that part.

The pattern I think is:

a and i contain the same patterns, b and h do, c and g, d and f and e is on its own.

Therefore:

They are allowed to overlap provided that the top piece is the final colour (black or white). So figure 'i' must contain (somehow) a square, a plus sign or horizontal/vertical lines, a circle, something to make up an arrow/an arrow, a half circle.

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  • $\begingroup$ My other suggestion is that (rot 13): o naq q pbagnva gur fnzr cnggreaf, p, r naq t pbagnva gur fnzr cnggrea naq gurersber n naq v zhfg nf jryy $\endgroup$ – Robinchwan Feb 21 at 8:57

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