\[ \large 2 \square \div \square 5 = 2\div5 \]

What is the smallest number greater than 6 that can be placed in the \( \square?\)

**Details and Assumptions**:

Both boxes in the equation are equal in values.

This is an arithmetic puzzle. If you think that the number should be placed in the \(\square \) is 789, then the equation \( 2789 \div 7895 = 2\div 5\) must be true. It does not represent the algebraic expression \( 2 \times \square \div \square \times 5 \).

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