Can't solve this simple puzzle. Help ?

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Can't solve this simple puzzle. Help ?

Postby DoozKO » Thu Oct 13, 2016 11:04 pm UTC

Hi everyone,

I found this puzzle on reddit and i'm losing my mind on it.
If we could find an anwser to it, it would be great.


I found out the obvious "triangle-> square", "square -> trapezoid" , so the next one shoud be "trapezoid -> hexagon". But it doesn't take into account the black and white dots...

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Re: Can't solve this simple puzzle. Help ?

Postby lorb » Sat Oct 22, 2016 7:26 pm UTC

The patterns that the black dots form lose and gain axis of symmetry. Thus any rule governing their behaviour has to involve some outside source of direction. From the rule itself or from the central squares.
Please be gracious in judging my english. (I am not a native speaker/writer.)

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