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### Your first guess is wrong

Edit: Steven's answer seems to be in the right direction, so here's my updated answer: As such, it seems the best fit for the final answer would be
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### The odd one out amongst odd ones out

I notice straight away that This means that even without knowing the cipher, I was able to work out a lot of these right off the bat, and from that I was able to work out that the cipher is I won't ...
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### Your first guess is wrong

Ok I think I have an overall answer that I'm happy with all the steps of: Previous answer/working for posterity: Ok I think I know how to solve it, and I want to get in early...
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### One flag doesn't belong: Claims Grandpa

The odd flag out is Because Which means the 3 digit number is
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### Which word wasn't with Wednesday's ...crossword

The word that doesn't belong is The crossword looks like this: How I solved it:

### Find the odd number out (from math book)

Due to the occurrence of $0.4\overline{8}$ rather than $\frac{22}{45}$ I think it could be Because An alternative, quirky one that I kind of like, but definitely not the intended one: Because Or ...
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### One flag doesn't belong: Claims Grandpa

The odd-flag-out is Because The three-digit number is
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### Solving "odd one out" problems. What am I doing wrong?

I can sympathize. This is from The Guardian, 2015: From left to right, starting with image 2, we have: no outline not a square green small leaving image 1 because it is the only image that is not ...
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### Find the odd number out (from math book)

Perhaps: Another possibility:
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### Which one doesn't belong?

The answer is because in it
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### The silhouette of a hand holding a cylindrical glass jar, in the background is the Milky Way

Let's take it row by row: Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Row 5: Row 6: That leads me to believe that:
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### Which one is odd one out?

The cone is the odd one out because it is the only one that isn't smooth and the only one that's of infinite extent (at least if you're a mathematician). The torus is the odd one out because it's the ...
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### Time (and a place) for an odd-one-out puzzle

You are in ... Step I: Geography Step II: Odd-one-out and Time Step III: Anagram Appendix: Worksheet
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### A rather odd Crate of Haikus

If you're positive, I'm so super attractive- My flow is current. I am high spy, Or a big help on the road. I can be for Sky. Typical package, You can do me in a ring, But I'm just a square Rock, or ...
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### Which family member doesn’t belong?

This sounds like Namely... My second older brother was a dangerous man, a pig who gorged himself on all our land. He hurt our mother’s feelings (called her a cow), so she hurt him back from belly ...
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### Bookshelves: the intruder

Obviously wrong answer ... but it amuses me and it might amuse OP too. Perhaps the book that's in the wrong place is because
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### One does not belong. (But they are all wrong, aren't they?)

I think the secret to this puzzle lies away from mathematics. After all, each of the equations makes no mathematical sense in base-10 (i.e. 'they are all wrong', as the title attests). Instead, we ...
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I would say
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### Solving "odd one out" problems. What am I doing wrong?

The Situation that you are talking about is a lot more common than you know. And it's not only limited to odd-one-out puzzles. There are riddles which are basically "guess what I am thinking" puzzles. ...
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### Your first guess is wrong

Like Votbear, the first thing I noticed is Since my first guess is apparently wrong, my second guess would be
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### Which word is the odd one out?

There may be more than one connection, but one odd-one-out is: If the rule is the common words form a
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### Good luck finding the odd-one-out

The odd one out is First I’ll need to mention that the puzzles, in order, are The solution: Rough explanations of the others: 1) 2) 4) 5)
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### One does not belong. (But they are all wrong, aren't they?)

The odd one out is Because
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### Compare and you'll see they're not all the same (Keep them LARGE)

The odd one out is the one highlighted in yellow:
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### Which one is odd one out?

The topologically equivalent explanation makes sense to me, since all the objects except the torus can be transformed into eachother. On the other hand, as mentioned, there can be many different ...

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