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| | The triangle is the odd one out because it has only 3 line segments.The other figures have 4 line segments. |

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| | The figure with 2 circles and 1 square is the odd one out.The other figures have 2 squares and 1 circle. |

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| | The figure of the horizontal arrow with the shaded top-half is the odd one out because it is a mirror image of the other three arrows. In the other figures, it is the same arrow except for rotations through various angles. |

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| | The figure where the foot is on the same side as the hands is the odd one out. In the other figures, the hands and the foot are on opposite sides. |

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| | The figure with the - sign following the + sign when one goes clockwise is the odd one out. In the other figures, the order of the signs is + x = - when one goes clockwise. |

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| | The arrowhead is the odd one out because it has 3 (rather than 4 dots) in it. In the other figures, the number of dots equals the number of sides the polygon has. |

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| | The figure with the hexagon inside the pentagon is the odd one out. In the other figures, the polygon inside has one side less than the polygon outside. |

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| | The figure with 6 pairs of slanting lines is the odd one out. In the other figures, there are 5 pairs of slanting lines. |

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| | The line which does not have an object at both the ends is the odd one out. In the other figures, the lines have objects at the two ends. |

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| | The figure with 5 beads is the odd one out. In the other figures, there are 4 beads. |

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| | The figure with the mirror image of the letter "f" is the odd one out. In the other figures, the letter shown is "f" except for rotations through various angles. |

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| | The circle where the shaded sectors are not directly opposite each other is the odd one out. In the other figures, the two shaded sectors are directly opposite each other. |

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| | The figure with 3 vertical lines and 2 horizontal lines inside the square is the odd one out. In the other figures, there are an equal number of vertical and horizontal lines inside the square. |

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| | The hexagon is the odd one out because it has 3 (rather than 4)line segments in it. In the other figures, the number of line segments is two less than the number of sides of the enclosing polygon. |

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| | The figure with 4 short line segments at the bottom is the odd one out. In the other figures, there are 5 short line segments at the base. |

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| | The face where the square brackets point outwards is the odd one out. In the other figures, the square brackets point inwards. |