can anyone figure this out?
Each row is a sequence where the pattern in column 1 and the pattern in column 2 produce the pattern in column 3. Place the pattern in column 1 over the pattern in column 2 and then remove any lines that are duplicated (where any line from column 1 overlaps the same line in column 2) and the result is the pattern in column 3.
that's why he's the web master
Not origami instructions!!???
i was playing donkey kong in bed as one is wont at 1146 pm on your average sunday. after getting no further than i did when pouring quarters into the machine 30 plus years ago, i clicked on an iq test link below the game. i need constant validation to remind myself that despite my supposed intelligence i am still an idiot.
that was the only question i couldnt answer correctly. got fixated on turning the lines which is how many were solved that i didnt think to superimpose.
turns out the real test came after the answers were given as the testers demanded $20 to reveal your score. that test i passed with flying colors, all of them green remaining in my virtual pocket. as you move your cursor to exit the page, a pop-up suddenly offers the score at 25% off. what a deal! too bad there wasnt a way to continue to haggle because they might have had me at 99%.
i guess we are all losers, ultimately; i without my validation, and they without their hard earned swindle.
jim 3-19-2018 11:10 am has the correct logic but I applied a different logic and also obtained the correct answer: my logic is that each row has an image with either a diagonal line, an image with a vertical or horizontal line, and an image that includes both diagonal and vertical/horizontal lines, therefore, I selected ‘B’ as the correct answer because it’s the only choice of those given that has only a vertical line.