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Can someone please help me to find the answers and the logic behind the 2 questions below?

The questions are from the test taken from the website: http://www.iq-brain.com/example/1

I could solve most of the questions, but the below ones I am not sure.

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  • $\begingroup$ Possible duplicate of Hard questions from an IQ test $\endgroup$ – Abel Sep 27 at 14:55
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    $\begingroup$ I have remade the questions, since I got a feedback that I should have ask only few questions at once. Im trying to learn how to use this forum... $\endgroup$ – rrp Sep 27 at 14:57
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Bottom middle. The last entry in a row is the sum of the first two minus 3.

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For the top one

could it be the bottom right: because the top row goes 2 lines x 2 lines = four lines. The next goes 1 x 1 lines equals 1. And the bottom goes 1x3 lines equals 3 lines.

For the second one:

It could be the bottom middle because the pattern is that in the row the first two shapes overlap to form the last section and then there is a reduction in the number of squares. Now the top row loses one square. The middle second loses two and the last must lose three.

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  • $\begingroup$ Just to add I did not look at JMP's answer before posting the edit before anyone accuses me of copying. $\endgroup$ – Deepthinker101 Sep 29 at 16:36

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