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Fig 1: Addition
The third column is the sum of the ellipses in the first two columns.
Fig 2: Subtraction
The rings are subtracted from the squares.
Fig 3: Include common parts
The ring is what is common to columns one and two.
Fig 4: Exclude common parts.
The dot is excluded from the third column.
Fig 5: Rotation
The line and the two half-lines are all moving CW by 45°.
Fig 6: Increase/decrease
The top and bottom line segments rotate 45°, then 90° CW.
Fig 7: Move
Each dot first moves towards the center, then outwards.
Fig 8: Mirror
Relative to the first column, the second column is flipped across a vertical axis.
Relative to the first column, the third column is flipped across a horizontal axis.
Fig 9: Intersect
The intersection of two hexagons creates a diamond shape.