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This a series of questions that are created by myself.

Since question 6 is not that difficult I will not give any hint to you guys.

Enjoy the test.

Here is question 6:

2,6,8,7,5,3,? $$$$ If you guys want some extremely challenging questions. Please check these two questions posted by me.

Number sequences: 000, X00... and 6X000X9, 700XX08

What are the alphabets in the question mark?

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I think the answer is,

$\frac{8}{5}$

Reason

Add first two terms and divide by 1 to get third term ( $\frac{2+6}{1} = 8$) $$$$ Similarly, (2nd term + 3rd term )/2 = 4th term ($\frac{6+8}{2} = 7$) $$$$ and $\frac{7+8}{3} = 5$ and $\frac{7+5}{4} = 3$ $$$$ Thus, $$\frac{5+3}{5} = \frac{8}{5}$$

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