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Visual rotation brain teaser game

Let’s now exercise our occipital Lobes (visual interpretation and rotation). Please pick the piece that’s missing from the diagram on the left.

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Answer: C

 

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148 Responses

  1. Kumar Vijay says:

    It’s B, I am sure.

  2. sandeep says:

    Hey guys .. what happened to ur brains ??

    The answer is C

  3. Richard says:

    The answer is C. When you cut the items out and rotate them you see that the second closest, A, has the top tab offset to the right just bit, which will not allow it to fit the cut-out. The others are all too big in one spot or another. C is the only one that matches on all sides.

  4. johara says:

    its c

  5. sreekanth says:

    Its E

  6. Dolores says:

    It is A, you need to rotate it obviously…

  7. joe says:

    It’s C. Let me know please.

  8. Islam says:

    its C

  9. Bob says:

    it’s C

  10. sandeep says:

    the answer is (a).It has to be inserted with upside down

  11. Kristi says:

    It’s (a)

  12. Kristi says:

    Oops! It can only be (c)!

  13. robt says:

    if its not C its I get an F

  14. al1373 says:

    Thank-you for the best laugh I have had in a long long time!!!! All you people are great!!
    Cheers!
    Al

  15. Babu says:

    c fits so well, no doubt

  16. ray says:

    cmon guys. its C. the rest of the other choices have dont fit even if you rotate them. and let me say this. PAY CLOSE ATTENTION to the length of each side of EACH choice. u will notice some are too long… or too short… or too W/E. but yea! its C. straight up C.

  17. Neeti says:

    Its C!

  18. Leon says:

    It is E. C is quite close, but definitely none of the others.

  19. Joana says:

    it is definitely C, E is quite close, but you must look at the dimensions :p the difference is in the extreme left part (of the picture in the “hole”) an then you see that that same part in E is to wide to fit in it. It’s C 😉

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