# 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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