Letâ€™s begin by considering number. Is the number of shapes the same in each frame? It should be quickly obvious that each frame has two shapes only – a small circle and a larger rectangle.

Now, letâ€™s look at shape. Does this change from frame to frame? You should see that the shapes remain unchanged.

Does rotation change? No, the rotation is the same.

Does the shading change? We note that the circle alternates between unshaded and shaded.

Does anything change size? No, neither shape changes size.

Lastly, what about position? We should note that the circle follows a logical sequence of top, bottom, middle, on repeat, and the rectangle follows bottom, top, middle, etc. They move in different directions.

Therefore, we put this information together to see that the circle should end up at the bottom in frame 5. It should be unshaded. The rectangle should be at the top. That means that D must be correct.