# Can You Pass The Pilots' Vision Test?

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Can you pass the Pilots' vision test? Ding out by taking this amazing and straightforward quiz today! Are you a smoothie with visual acuity or do you have difficulty even making out objects that are relatively near to you? Pilots need to have the best vision because their jobs entail a lot of high-stakes maneuvering and manipulation of complex equipment. Take this quiz and find out whether you have what it takes or not!

• 1.

### What number do you see?

• A.

15

• B.

I don't see a number.

• C.

16

• D.

29

A. 15
• 2.

### What number do you see?

• A.

76

• B.

66

• C.

56

• D.

36

C. 56
Explanation
The number 56 is the correct answer because it is the only number in the given options that matches the number shown in the question.

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• 3.

• A.

1

• B.

It's 7.

• C.

12

• D.

5

B. It's 7.
• 4.

### What do you see, captain?

• A.

6

• B.

28

• C.

29

• D.

Nothingness.

C. 29
Explanation
The number 29 is the only number mentioned in the given text. The other numbers (6 and 28) are not mentioned and the word "nothingness" suggests that there is nothing else to see or perceive. Therefore, the answer is 29.

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• 5.

• A.

62

• B.

14

• C.

51

• D.

38

A. 62
• 6.

### In the lower half, the blue and yellow squares are:

• A.

Crooked

• B.

Messed up, man

• C.

Sideways

• D.

Perfectly parallel

D. Perfectly parallel
Explanation
The blue and yellow squares are perfectly parallel because they are aligned in a straight line and do not intersect each other at any point. This means that their sides are always equidistant from each other and will never meet or cross.

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• 7.

### Is this barberpole moving?

• A.

Yes.

• B.

No.

• C.

I can't tell.

• D.

It just stopped.

B. No.
Explanation
The given answer "No" suggests that the barberpole is not moving. This can be inferred from the fact that the question asks about the current movement of the barberpole, and the answer implies that it is not in motion.

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• 8.

### The bright purple circles at the center:

• A.

Left one's bigger

• B.

Right one's bigger

• C.

Are the same size

• D.

Are more oval, don't you think?

B. Right one's bigger
Explanation
The correct answer is "right one is bigger."

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• 9.

### Do you see:

• A.

Gray dots

• B.

Black dots

• C.

White dots

• D.

No dots

C. White dots
Explanation
The correct answer is "white dots" because the question is asking what the person sees. If they see white dots, then that is the correct answer.

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• 10.

### Which figure is bigger?

• A.

They're all the same size.

• B.

The figure on the left.

• C.

The figure in the center.

• D.

The figure on the right.

A. They're all the same size.
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer is that all the figures are the same size. The question is asking which figure is bigger, but the answer states that they are all the same size. This means that none of the figures are larger or smaller than the others.

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