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How to solve this puzzling? I can't see any links between them.

This is from AEGT-P test.

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    $\begingroup$ (Sorry about the "off-topic" bit of the message above. We have only limited ability to customize those messages. Obviously this isn't at all off topic, but we do require attribution for puzzles found elsewhere -- and original puzzles are generally better received. Thanks!) $\endgroup$ – Gareth McCaughan Mar 19 '19 at 16:14
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    $\begingroup$ Can you clarify what the "AEGT-P test" is? Is it a thing you can give a link to, for instance? (I'm guessing not; Google doesn't seem to have heard of it.) $\endgroup$ – Gareth McCaughan Mar 19 '19 at 19:59
  • $\begingroup$ I wonder if it might be this? $\endgroup$ – GentlePurpleRain Apr 23 '19 at 16:15
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Answer with visuals (Blue is the X)

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Because the figure is

3d

Example:

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With each pair of images

The camera rotates around 180 degrees

So the pattern is

Top, bottom, left, right(upside down), front, back (upside down)

So it would look like:

White, black, white on top... long tail down to the x orb

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    $\begingroup$ +1 for 3d image observation $\endgroup$ – Chris Cudmore Mar 22 '19 at 18:49
  • $\begingroup$ I defer my answer to this. Yay for smart people. $\endgroup$ – Samuel Reid Mar 25 '19 at 16:58
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This would be my guess:

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because

Each image is a mirror across the horizontal axis (top to bottom) of the one before it. But I would also guess that when the flip happens, the circle with the "X" changes to an empty circle if it is touching a black circle. This feels too simple to be right, but it's all I've got right now.

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Here's my theory:

It looks like the structure in each pair is flipped horizontally. After that, they two patterns (the x and solid) drop down vertically. So the last pattern should be the previous one flipped 180 degrees.

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