## Question 22

Which figure should replace the question mark?

### Explanation

This problem involves a set of figures, each with its own weight. To solve the problem, you need to express the weight of one of the figures in terms of the weights of the other figures and check which answer option meets this requirement. We can, for example, describe all the figures in terms of {figure d}:

{figure a} = 4 * {figure d};
{figure b} = 3 * {figure d};
{figure c} = 1 * {figure d}

There is only 1 answer that gives the same relation between the set of figures.

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Question ID: WdDrvUJh
Main category: Logical Reasoning
Sub category: Figure Scales
Difficulty Level: 20What is item difficulty?
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Average IQ of people who answered this question: 123.74
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Average IQ of people who gave the correct answer: 135.10
Average IQ of people who gave an incorrect answer: 120.40

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