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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.








Answer: C


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147 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 ©!

  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!!

  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. Leon says:

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

  18. 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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