### Answers, explanations, and assessments (Analogies)

1. B: the diamond is shown pointing north, south, east, and west.

2. E: the lines within the large square are drawn top, bottom, middle left, and middle bottom.

3. A: looking down, the large circle disappears, and looking across, the smaller middle circle disappears.

4. F: each line across and down contains one triangle upside down, one circle, and one set of vertical lines.

5. B: looking across and down only, lines (and the circle) that appear in the same position twice in the first two squares are carried forward to the final square.

6. E: looking across and down, any lines that appear in the same position twice in the first two squares are canceled out in the final square.

7. G: only dots of the same color that appear in the same position twice in the first two squares are carried forward to the final square; however, they then change from black to white and vice versa.

8. C: so that each vertical and horizontal line contains one each of the four different circle combinations.

9. F: so that the first and third lines are the same as are the second and fourth lines.

10. B: looking across and down, alternate circle combinations are repeated with the addition of an extra circle.