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    (sorry for large size)

    This would be where I would tell you what I've attempted, but I unfortunately have 0 idea how to solve this. I can't use any equations because it's a recurring sequence and not an AP/GP. Any pointers? Surely my school wouldn't give me a question which relies on trial-and-error exclusively?
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    Never mind, I got a sequence that works: 4.25, 4.25, 4.25, 4.25, 3

    Not the prettiest solution, but it works. I'll try to work on a general sequence.
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