What is matrix reasoning?

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Matrix Reasoning is a type of visual-spatial problem solving that is often used to determine intelligence. It usually involves a series of figures in which there is a discernible pattern, with one figure in the series left blank. The problem is solved by determining, from an array of possibilities, what figure would complete the series or pattern. Here is a good example: http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/law/2/3-...
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  • James answered 3 months ago
    It is a simple pattern correlation problem. Where the problem equates to latitude 3,3,3 and longitude 2,2,2 from first column upper left corner to last column lower right corner.
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