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It's the mirror image of the first four numbers after zero. Imagine the number 1 was looking into a mirror. It would appear to someone who was look at the scene as a letter M. However, if you draw a vertical line straight down the middle of all the symbols in the sequence, you find your answer for the fourth solution.

Although, me telling you does break the purpose of the sequence, and you are therefore an idiot. :)

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