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Two multiple choice pattern questions. Any insights into these two? 

The idea is that four of the five have a common thing in common and you have to find the odd man out. 

 

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What is the question? Odd one out?

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Just now, DrP said:

What is the question? Odd one out?

Yeah, exactly. I should have specified that. The idea is that four of the five have a common thing in common and you have to find the odd man out. 

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B and D, on the basis that

 

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everything else has reflective symmetries but B in the first one and D in the second one only have rotational symmetry.

 

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14 minutes ago, bradley55 said:

Interesting. What's  your reasoning? 

No real reason, they just stood out to me! 

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In the case of 26 question, only B cannot be drawn with single stroke, without passing twice the same path.

In the case of 26 question, only A is made of the same primitives-triangles. Their area is the same.

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Posted (edited)

B & C

edit to add: I find that these types of problems are often flawed with more then one valid answer.

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25 might have to do with repeated shapes. So answer is E.

26 could be a continuous line puzzle. So answer is B.

 

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25A has an odd number of lines meeting the perimeter

26D cannot be folded in half such that each half matches the other

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