Monday, May 14, 2012

Bonus Question!


Write your answers in the comments on this post.

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    1. If you provided a little more explanation you would have gotten it (see Edwin's).

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    2. None because their illusions which means that their both can be the same.

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    1. If you provided a little more explanation you would have gotten it (see Edwin's).

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    2. Mr.Sanders, this might be bad for your eyes.

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  3. It's a trick question. Both are moving, but if you look at one circle it's stops while the other one keeps moving.

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    1. Nicely done Edwin! You have the correct answer.

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  4. I agree with Edwin's answer.

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  6. I agree with Edwin too like everyone else.

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  7. RawrmeansIloveyouinDINO. Widya:)May 14, 2012 at 7:12 PM

    What Edwin said. :3

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  8. They are both moving but when you look at on the other one moves.

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  9. there both the same you look at on and the other one moves

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  10. there both the same you look at on and the other one moves

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  11. Neither of them are moving.

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  12. They both move but you will have to look at different ones in order to see the difference but overall they are the same.

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  13. They both move but you will have to look at different ones in order to see the difference but overall they are the same.

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  14. When you look at one the other one is moving.

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  15. Are you all truly agrreing with edwin or are you guys just saying "what edwin said" becuse you think his answer sounds logical? LOL!

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  16. The picture is a trick because when i looked at the picture a i could see b moving but when i looked at picture b it stoped moving and started to move so they both move the same speed.

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  17. Both are moving at the same rate, but one circle stops while the other one keeps moving.

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  18. None of them is spinning faster its called ''Optical illusion''

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  19. Both where at the same speed if you look above the pictures of both ,they are moving together..

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  21. Both are moving fast but it looks to me that A is moving faster.

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  22. They are at the same speed but because the circles on the inside are moving at different speeds than the ones that are out side creating the illusion that the one you focus on is moving faster

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  23. neither its a trick quation because there the same size and shape and your eyes play tricks.

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  25. I think they are going the same speed

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  26. Well they Both move but when your only looking at one the other one stops, its kinda weird D:

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  27. None its just an illusion that they are moving!!=P

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  29. When you see one move , the other one stops (:

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