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 Post subject: Stuck on a question!Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 2:23 pm

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Can anyone explain this NVR question. It's in the Bond Book, 10-11yrs - More fourth papers.
Paper 1 question 30.
Thanks, looking forward to your explanations!

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 Post subject: Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2010 6:09 pm

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If I have the same question

A group of triangles arranged as a square changes to, a group of squares arranged as a triangle.

So, a group of crosses arranged as a circle changes to, a group of circles arranged as a cross? Answer (a).

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 Post subject: Re: Stuck on a question!Posted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 4:24 pm

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We are also stuck on a question in the More fourth papers published by Bonds... I am dreading the fifth papers if they are more difficult than these!!

Does anyone know how to do the question 49 of the test 3 (page 31)?

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 Post subject: Re: Stuck on a question!Posted: Sun Jun 19, 2011 8:10 pm

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e?

In the 1st part, you have the segment (is that the right word?) minus the dot.
e is the same shape as the shape with the dot, minus the dot.

I know what I mean, but I'm not very good at explaining it. I think it's to do with the position of the segment that has the dot, and the answer is identical to that segment but without the dot.

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 Post subject: Re: Stuck on a question!Posted: Tue Jun 21, 2011 9:58 am

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KS10 wrote:
e?
In the 1st part, you have the segment (is that the right word?) minus the dot.
e is the same shape as the shape with the dot, minus the dot.

Yes, that's e. Thanks for your explanation, KS10; now we can 'see' it!
Not only there is the segment taken out, but there is an enlargement; option we had not thought about previoulsy so we were trying vainly to do some rotation
Now, it is crystal clear, thanks again!

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 Post subject: Re: Stuck on a question!Posted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 10:03 am

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I am afraid my DS doesn't like my explanation for the question 6 page 35 (paper 4) -Bond more fourth papers
The answer is c and I don't understand why he doesn't see it as it is very simple: all the shapes on the left have only one 'enclosed area', while
a has 3
b has 2
c has one (so that the answer)
d has 4
e has 2.

Am I right in my explanation or wrong? May be my explanation is too simple and wrong?

Also, what is the explanation for question 36 page 40 (paper 4)?

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