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    Brain 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, _
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    Is it by any chance 5

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    actually, i dont even know, someone else posted it on a different forum and i was hoping someone knew the answer
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    you...!@#@!# , using my kind nature and superior intelligence to get things done for you.

    why dont you get back to that forum and see what the answer is.
    or even better try Google

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    >>or even better try Google
    HAH!
    It worked
    The answer's 7
    I don't know why though, the site was in german.

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    Post the link, I'll translate.
    hth
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    does it work for the centre outwards, increasing to the right decreasing to the left?

    err maybe not, let me have another think...

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    >>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.

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    damn thats hard, I still cant work it out!!

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    >>HAH!
    It worked <<

    LOL

    Lets all bow down to great GOOGLE.

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    Originally posted by shtarker
    The pattern is based on the number of leds required for a calculator to display each digit.
    Ahhhh, I see:
    Code:
     _     _  _       _   _  _   _   _
    | | |  _| _| |_| |_  |_   | |_| |_|
    |_| | |_  _|   |  _| |_|  | |_|   |
     6  2  5  5   4   5   6  3   7   5
    That's clever. Hard to find out, but clever...
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