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Websites for practicing number and figure sequences

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Do you know websites where I can practice number sequences and/or figure sequences online? I'm going to do a test soon...
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Thanks! I passed the test, although the actual number sequence test was a lot more difficult than the tests I found online.
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Thanks. Congratulations on passing. Nice to know we have been of some help.
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