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Here are some fun puzzles I would like to know the answers and explanations for. Enjoy! Source.

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    $\begingroup$ AFAIK, you should specify the source of the puzzles, otherwise it would probably be put on hold. $\endgroup$ – WhatsUp Oct 21 at 19:37
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    $\begingroup$ @WhatsUp Added. $\endgroup$ – neverevernever Oct 21 at 19:42
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Diagonals - 1x3,2x2,3x1 and 1x1,2x3,3x2.
So now it is easy to add 3x3 when you consider 1x2 and 2x1. one
In each color there is 1-2-3 black squares, 1-2-3 dark grey squares and 1-2-3 light grey squares. So for blue squares i need to find square with 3 black, 2 dark grey and 1 light grey.

2) - is green surely correct solution?

Because it looks like dots are moving always by 1, so B. Sometimes you cannot see them, because they are under black squares, but still there.

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Changing order is x → o → ▲ → x (…), except third to first row, which is just simple turn. Each symbol after change move by one to the right or new row.

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D, first and last row has always only one change and for columns next one has two things in common.

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A, Like normal clock, except 3 clock hands moving clockwise each turn and one counterclockwise.

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    $\begingroup$ Thanks for your answer. However, I'm having trouble understanding your explanations... Could you please elaborate a little more? For example, in 1) what does 1*3, 2*2, 3*1 mean? $\endgroup$ – neverevernever Oct 22 at 14:51
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    $\begingroup$ Clarification for @Jan Ivan answer n°2: each dots move 1 by 1, when they cross a black square, their color changes. foir me, the answer is the last one (with 2 white dots) [Answer posted by a user without enough rep to comment here; converted to a comment.] $\endgroup$ – makao Oct 23 at 15:14

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