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What number completes the sequence? 2, 1, 7.5, ...,

I think the comment made by WhatsUp is correct that Specifically, Now, it's a little tricky to identify without the rhythm but I think the tune here is Note:
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Find a more elegant explanation for the sequence 1, 10, 13, 20, 25, 30, 37, 40

I don't know whether you would consider this 'elegant' but going from the nth term to the (n+1)th term of S you can add $6+(-1)^n\left(2\lfloor 2-\frac{n}{2}\rfloor +1 \right)$ each time. This removes ...
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What is the pattern in the sequence? -1, 3/2, -13/6, 25/8

You should consider
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Number sequence puzzle: 14, 32, 69, 05,?

Seems like the answer is Reason Here is a diagram making things clearer:
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Numerical sequence 942, 138, 424,?

This is pretty straightforward indeed: Why?
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