**Question:**The test is at http://www.iqpe.com/iqtest.htm

I took the test with some ease but these two questions stumped me completely!

They are questions 9 and 11. You can skip throught until you reach these questions. It's a pattern test. I'd like to know not just the answers but why these answers are true.

Thanks.

10 points to the first person to correctly answer both questions!

Well, I did them all (and not with some ease!) to get the hang of them.

I think that the answer to Q9 is the 3 long vertical bars. The top left, top right, middle and bottom left patterns are alternating between vertical and horizontal. the number of bars increases by 2 ( 1,3,5,7 then 9). The length of a long bar is in effect 3 short ones joined together. Therefore the 3 long bars =9.

For Q11, the circles (black first) alternate between together then apart, as do the white (apart then together). the only black circles apart are in option 8 (bottom left answer) therefore that is the answer.

Right or wrong, it was fun, if a struggle at times!

England

True(read from the third to first you will understand).

(after 22 Hrs)Sorry i landed somewhere else.

I guess I'm a moron, but all I saw were shapes that didn't seem to have any rhyme or reason. I lose. That's ok. I still got 2 points.

11. A1 because the middle pic is of a graph and the surrounding numbers and letter are the dots on the graph the x is the missing one hence A1

9. is the cylinder cuz in the graph all the circular objects have 2 and the triangular ones have one of each and they're all different

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