matrix of squares(row, column), in the postion (4,4) = blue square and in the position (3,6)= red square: maybe there are several explanation, this can be one( i think):
1) from top row to botton row minus one yellow square: (3,2,1,0)
2)one green square in each row
3)two blue squares in each row
4)from top row to botton row plus one red square: (1,2,3,4)
this is one logical version, however if you are right brained or a visual spatial learner is ok to just know thats the color order just because feels right

top one is red, and the bottom one is blue. they appear to go in rows, where yellow decreases in count from 3 to zero, green stays with 1 every row, blue stays with 2 every row, and red increase from 1 to 4. (top to bottom)

The box on the left should be BLUE.
The box on the right should be RED.

Horizontal Patterns:
GREEN – 1 block in each row
YELLOW – DESCENDING DOWNWARD – 3 in top row, 2 in second row, 1 in third row, 0 in bottom row
BLUE – 2 blocks in each row
RED – ASCENDING DOWNWARD – 1 in top row, 2 in second row, 3 in third row, 4 in bottom row

The box’s color on the 4th column from the left should be Blue.
The box’s color in the 2nd column from the Right should be Red.

Explanation (once you have input the colors):

AAA. If counting down each occurrence in row 1 – 4 (top to bottom), you get:
3 yellow, 2 yellow, 1 yellow, 0 yellow
1 red, 2 red, 3 red, 4 red
2 blue, 2 blue, 2 blue, 2 blue
1 green, 1 green, 1 green, 1 green

BBB. If counting the pattern of colors in the columns (left to right)
The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th columns each have one occurrence of each color
The 5th and 6th columns have alternating blue and red (checker pattern)
The 7th column has 2 yellow and 2 red adjacent to each other

CCC. The colors’ overall occurrence is such:
10 red, 8 blue, 6 yellow, and 4 green

the question mark in the third row should be red, as it goes with the pattern of 1 red square in the first row, 2 red squares in the second row and 4 in the fourth. The question mark in the fourth row should be blue, as there are two blue squares in every other rowf

J Tanedo| Guest August 23rd, 2007 - 8:24 pmblue and yellow, going left to right

suineg| Guest August 23rd, 2007 - 10:23 pmmatrix of squares(row, column), in the postion (4,4) = blue square and in the position (3,6)= red square: maybe there are several explanation, this can be one( i think):

1) from top row to botton row minus one yellow square: (3,2,1,0)

2)one green square in each row

3)two blue squares in each row

4)from top row to botton row plus one red square: (1,2,3,4)

this is one logical version, however if you are right brained or a visual spatial learner is ok to just know thats the color order just because feels right

Xetheare| Guest August 23rd, 2007 - 10:37 pmLeft to right:Blue and Red.

Simply a matter of symetry.

Jay| Guest August 23rd, 2007 - 11:37 pmBlue on the 4th row and red on the 3rd row?

Deejam| Guest August 23rd, 2007 - 11:52 pm3rd row, 6th column = Red

4th row, 4th column = Blue

Manisha| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 12:20 amin first column from left it will b Blue colour n in other column it will b Red colour

jason| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 7:43 amtop one is red, and the bottom one is blue. they appear to go in rows, where yellow decreases in count from 3 to zero, green stays with 1 every row, blue stays with 2 every row, and red increase from 1 to 4. (top to bottom)

Shawn| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 8:38 amThe box on the left should be BLUE.

The box on the right should be RED.

Horizontal Patterns:

GREEN – 1 block in each row

YELLOW – DESCENDING DOWNWARD – 3 in top row, 2 in second row, 1 in third row, 0 in bottom row

BLUE – 2 blocks in each row

RED – ASCENDING DOWNWARD – 1 in top row, 2 in second row, 3 in third row, 4 in bottom row

Joe| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 8:58 amThe one on the right is red and the one on the bottom row is blue.

ANIRUDDHA| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 9:06 am4X4 BLUE & 6X3 GREEN

Mudit| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 10:08 amThe box’s color on the 4th column from the left should be Blue.

The box’s color in the 2nd column from the Right should be Red.

Explanation (once you have input the colors):

AAA. If counting down each occurrence in row 1 – 4 (top to bottom), you get:

3 yellow, 2 yellow, 1 yellow, 0 yellow

1 red, 2 red, 3 red, 4 red

2 blue, 2 blue, 2 blue, 2 blue

1 green, 1 green, 1 green, 1 green

BBB. If counting the pattern of colors in the columns (left to right)

The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th columns each have one occurrence of each color

The 5th and 6th columns have alternating blue and red (checker pattern)

The 7th column has 2 yellow and 2 red adjacent to each other

CCC. The colors’ overall occurrence is such:

10 red, 8 blue, 6 yellow, and 4 green

Rasool| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 1:38 pmred and blue

Riyad| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 1:40 pmTop square should be RED

Bottom square BLUE

Paul| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 4:13 pmfrom left to right: blue and red. Don’t ask me why..

ED| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 5:25 pmBottom Row: Yellow

Second From Bottom Row: Green

rajni rawat| Guest August 24th, 2007 - 11:47 pmthe 2 missing colours r red n blue

Manisha| Guest August 25th, 2007 - 4:22 amin first column from left it will be Blue colour and in second one, it will b Red colour

Ian| Guest August 25th, 2007 - 3:05 pmred on the right one and blue on the left one

McLee| Guest August 26th, 2007 - 2:51 pmboth are yellow

Scott K| Guest August 27th, 2007 - 12:34 amtop right, red

bottom left, blue

from top to nbottom, yellow goes 3,2,1, 0 in each row

blue is 2 in each

red 1-2-3-4

green 1 in each

charity| Guest August 27th, 2007 - 7:35 amthe one all the way to the right should be red and the lower one to the left should be blue….and thats my final guess

RK| Profile August 27th, 2007 - 7:04 pmsorry it took so long to put these up;

The answer is: red for the [?] on the right, blue for the [?] on the left.

The pattern is as Suineg, Shawn, Mudit, and Scott K describe.

And Mudit gets the grand prize if we could give one, with BBB & CCC!

actually, we’re working on a way for you to track your progress, and have a few fun things in the planning…

Lara| Guest September 11th, 2007 - 11:49 amI think blue and red, doesn’t matter which is which it just increases by two each colour

Kazimierz Sarajewicz| Guest November 27th, 2007 - 1:00 pmthe question mark in the third row should be red, as it goes with the pattern of 1 red square in the first row, 2 red squares in the second row and 4 in the fourth. The question mark in the fourth row should be blue, as there are two blue squares in every other rowf

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