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I am doing the CDP test 3 but I don't understand the question 70-72. this is the cube counting.... I have no idea how they got that answer...... its very illusional....
 

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I am doing the CDP test 3 but I don't understand the question 70-72. this is the cube counting.... I have no idea how they got that answer...... its very illusional....
some of those cube counting problems are so illusional so dont worry about them
 

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I'd still try to learn how to deal with those illusions, because on my first DAT I ended up having some questions like those.
 

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I am doing the CDP test 3 but I don't understand the question 70-72. this is the cube counting.... I have no idea how they got that answer...... its very illusional....

I answered this question to someone else before, this is what I explained for this particular figure:

  • 3 cubes in the front standing vertically.
  • 5 cubes lie horizontally at the back and bottom. (let's call it Block1)
  • 4 cubes lie horizontally on top of Block 1. (let's call it Block 2)
  • The 3 cubes that standing in the front is blocking the view of the third cube of the Block 2 (if you count from the left).
  • The 3 cubes standing in the front is also blocking the view of the fourth cube of Block 1 (if you count from the left).
  • There is a total of 12 cubes.

From thread: http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?t=625533

Hope this helps.
 

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