**Pattern Image Equation Puzzle - 13 September**

Solve the equation in the image by looking the pattern closely.

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b is the answer. Its just rotated to the right once.

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ReplyDeleteHahaha..nice trick

ReplyDeletealll the six pattern are correct & one an the same .....they have been rotted slighty every time............... .

Correction the last one is diffrent

ReplyDeleteThere is a small drawing between the green boxess...if we consider the answer on base of them

ReplyDeletethe answer wpuld be c

b

ReplyDeleteI go with B.

ReplyDeletePretty obviously the answer is 'b' - I think you'd have to have a pretty low I.Q. not to spot that quickly. The patterns are actualy all different. The answer 'b' is, indeed, actually rotated a quarter-turn clockwise. It is not possible to rotate something 'to the right' as rotation is a circular movement while 'to the left' specifies a linear direction. When something rotates, part of it moves left and part of it moves right.

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