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What is the relationship of this sequence and what is the answer for the last?

  • 0001112359 = 4
  • 1887145865 = 7
  • 5528695874 = 6
  • 0000085021 = 8
  • 3247514251 = 0
  • 5847962150 = ?
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marked as duplicate by mmking, Aza May 23 '15 at 19:13

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  • $\begingroup$ Hey, thanks for fixing up your question! Unfortunately it still looks like it's a duplicate, though, so I've marked it as one. Still, fixing a question with copied content like this isn't too common, so thanks for that! $\endgroup$ – Aza May 23 '15 at 19:19
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The sequence counts the number of circles in the number.

0001112359 has 4 circles, 3 in the zeros and 1 in the nine
1887145865 has 7 circles, 6 in the eights and 1 in the six
5528695874 has 6 circles, 4 in the eights and one each in the six and the nine
0000085021 has 8 circles, 6 in the zeros and 2 in the eight
3247514251 doesn't have any zeros

Therefore,

5847962150 = 5 with 1 circle in the zero, 1 in the nine, 1 in the six, and 2 in the eight

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  • $\begingroup$ how in the world did you figure that out. $\endgroup$ – overloading May 23 '15 at 17:52
  • $\begingroup$ @overloading There were several similar questions on the site that definitely gave me a direction. See Four-digit quadruples and the questions that its a duplicate of. $\endgroup$ – mmking May 23 '15 at 19:06

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