What is value of the missing integer in this sequence (and explain how you figured this out):

6, 2, 5, 5, 4, 5, 6, 3, _

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- 04-01-2002ParoBrain Teaser...
What is value of the missing integer in this sequence (and explain how you figured this out):

6, 2, 5, 5, 4, 5, 6, 3, _ - 04-01-2002ihsir
Is it by any chance 5

- 04-01-2002Paro
actually, i dont even know, someone else posted it on a different forum and i was hoping someone knew the answer :D

- 04-01-2002ihsir
you...!@#@!# , using my kind nature and superior intelligence to get things done for you. :p

why dont you get back to that forum and see what the answer is.

or even better try Google :D - 04-01-2002shtarker
>>or even better try Google

HAH!

It worked

The answer's 7

I don't know why though, the site was in german. - 04-01-2002nvoigt
Post the link, I'll translate.

- 04-01-2002Unregistered
does it work for the centre outwards, increasing to the right decreasing to the left?

err maybe not, let me have another think... - 04-01-2002shtarker
>>Post the link, I'll translate.

Google seems to have changed, its now giving me some other one in english this time.

Ah well time to spoil it. . . . .

The pattern is based on the number of leds required for a calculator to display each digit. - 04-01-2002Unregistered
damn thats hard, I still cant work it out!!

- 04-01-2002ihsir
>>HAH!

It worked <<

LOL

**Lets all bow down to great GOOGLE.** - 04-01-2002MagosQuote:

*Originally posted by shtarker*

**The pattern is based on the number of leds required for a calculator to display each digit.**

Code:`_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _`

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6 2 5 5 4 5 6 3 7 5