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C, G, K, 0, S, ? one term is missing.Select one alternative
     
A.W
B.X
C.Y
D.U
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$C + 4 = G$

$G + 4 = K$

$K + 4 = O$

$O + 4 = S$

$\mathbf{S + 4 = W}$
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