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### 4,4,2,6,2,10,4,_ sequence from 4th grade packet

Same answer as PDT, just explained differently:
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### A number sequence in disguise

The number that should replace the question mark is: Because: About four lines down...
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### Self-referential sequence that is sometimes powers of two

The sequence is defined as: For example, This explains the note that we the sequence can't start with two of the same number because To answer the questions: What comes after $115$ in the second ...
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### What is the earliest 2024 can appear in an S-sequence?

The best that I have done is as follows I think this is the best as
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### List Roman numerals to minimize total distance

The minimum possible total is: This is because This minimum is achievable using the following pattern to get from The full list looks like (reading left to right, top to bottom)
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### Find the pattern of the sequence of prime numbers 17 23 5 1013 2027 13

These are The next number is:
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### 4,4,2,6,2,10,4,_ sequence from 4th grade packet

I think the answer is Reason
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### A very presentable number sequence

I think the answer is (as mentioned in the comments) And the sequence is what you would expect But what is this sequence?
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It seems like
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### 2759, 4248, 1152,?

Well this was way easier than I initially thought: Answer is: Logic
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### Arithmetic-progression-free sequences

In the comments here https://mathoverflow.net/questions/375602/analogue-to-szemer%C3%A9dis-theorem-for-non-monotone-sequences I find the following construction: Consider all the at-most-k-bit binary ...
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### Arithmetic-progression-free sequences

Another way to construct arbitrarily large sequences with the property: A small example is easily constructed (The sequence "1" will do). Given a permutation of 1,2,...,n without an ...
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### Few enigmatic puzzles

I'm stuck on #5 and haven't been able to solve it, but here's what I got for the rest: #1 is because #2 is because #3 is because #4 is because (I'm new to Puzzling SE and not quite sure if I'm ...
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### A healthy number sequence

The missing number is: Because these numbers are those which are also...
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### What is the next number in the following sequence: 0, 4, 8, 21, 52, 65, 96,?

The next number in the sequence is Because,
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### 2,6,?,30,-270 number sequence

I think the answer is The rule is
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### Why do 1 and 1 complete 120, 10, 3, ?,?

Here is one possible explanation:
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### What is next letter in sequence: B, D, G, J, L, ___?

I think the next letter could be As these are Reference
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### Find the next digit in four given sequences

Answers are Explanation, those series go 2 by 2: Sequence 3 with sequence 1 Sequence 2 with sequence 4
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### Number sequence puzzle: strings of 0s and 1s

I edited this to make the answer shorter and clearer Answer is Because So since Just to make things clear with a visual representation of whatâ€™s going on:
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### Numbers turned into a number turned into numbers (start with the smallest)

I think the answer is Reasoning
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### The following sequence contains a 12 somewhere

Not sure if I completely understood the puzzle. You have a sequence and are basically asking to continue the sequence, i.e. finding the rule. You already gave some clear hints... So, I guess the rule ...
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### Two number sequence puzzles

First one is Because Second one is Because Then
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The missing number is: The pattern is:
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### Two numerical sequences

First is one is: Reason Second one is Reason
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### Restore a once very happy sequence

This sequence is an obfuscation of a classic mathematical sequence... The numbers in this string have been obtained by... This way... The next few digits in the string must therefore be derived by ...
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