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The grids in the set above are not put in order, but there is a pattern.


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My answer:

The one on the right.

All the other diagrams have their blocks connected (horizontally, vertically or diagonally). This one has an isolated block.

  • $\begingroup$ unfortunately no $\endgroup$ – Usaka87 Sep 4 at 19:46
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    $\begingroup$ Well, it could be anything. $\endgroup$ – Weather Vane Sep 4 at 19:48

I think the answer is:

The 5th count from left, due to there are only 1 or 2 separated white connected grid groups in each image but not the 5th which has 6 white connected grid groups.


I think:

The 5th from the left.


It is the only one that doesn't have a sibling block with +1 or -1 black squares.

Block 2 has one more black square than block 1
Block 3 has one more black square than block 2
Block 4 has one more black square than block 3
Block 7 has one more black square than block 6

  • $\begingroup$ rot13(Oybpx 6 nyfb unf 2 zber oynpx fdhnerf guna oybpx 5, fb gung zvtug nf jryy or gur fbyhgvba) $\endgroup$ – CinCout Sep 5 at 3:07
  • $\begingroup$ whats this mean? $\endgroup$ – james Sep 7 at 6:42

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