# Find the pattern

**Logic**Level 3

\(1\)

\(1\), \(2\)

\(1\), \(3\), \(2\)

\(4\), \(1\), \(3\), \(2\)

\(5\), \(4\), \(1\), \(3\), \(2\)

\(5\), \(4\), \(1\), \(6\), \(3\), \(2\)

\(5\), \(4\), \(1\), \(7\), \(6\), \(3\), \(2\)

\(8\), \(5\), \(4\), \(1\), \(7\), \(6\), \(3\), \(2\)

\(8\), \(5\), \(4\), \(9\), \(1\), \(7\), \(6\), \(3\), \(2\)

\(8\), \(5\), \(4\), \(9\), \(1\), \(7\), \(6\), \(10\), \(3\), \(2\)

If we continue the pattern above, in which position should \(11\) be placed?

For example, if you think the next sequence should be

\(8\), \(5\), \(4\), \(9\), \(1\), \(7\), \(6\), \(\boxed {11}\), \(10\), \(3\), \(2\)

then your answer should be \(8th\).

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