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iq test question

Cannot wrap my head around these 2, please also tell me what the logic is? For the 2nd one I think it might be a water droplet shape? But not sure about the logic. Thank youenter image description here

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    $\begingroup$ Can you please reference the IQ test thanks $\endgroup$ – Adam Jun 25 at 11:56
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For (1) I think the answer is:

C, for the reasons given by @Matti.

For (2) I think the answer is:

B

because

shapes 1&7, 4&8 and 5&6 are mirrors of each other along a central vertical axis. Of the two shapes left, 2 and 3, only 3 has a mirror (which is B), so each shape where possible has a mirror pair. I would have preferred that the X shape was its own mirror conjugate, but I guess not!

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The first answer is the ...

last possible item, because this question contains 3 series. The square, the square with a circle, the rectangle, the rectangle with a circle, the triangle and the triangle with a circle. The segments of the circle are always mirrored on the lines of the triangle, square or rectangle.

I guess the second answer is the...

second possible item, because the item on the top left is divided in two parts, then the right segment is moved to the left and the left segment is moved to the right. The result is the right item at the bottom. The answer could be the second possible item, if this method also works for the top left item.

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    $\begingroup$ Makes sense, although I think for the first one it might be the smaller triangle. $\endgroup$ – Hari Paremal Jun 25 at 12:22
  • $\begingroup$ Yes, I think you are right. $\endgroup$ – Matti Jun 25 at 15:09
  • $\begingroup$ Quick reminder: If you can tell (with reasonable certainty) that the OP is not posting their own content, it's better to point out the attribution/no-plagiarism requirement than to spend time answering a question likely to be closed. $\endgroup$ – Rubio Jul 1 at 0:42

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