147 is a single number, it is not a sequence.
Check the Fibonacchi number sequences for 2, 3, 5, & 8 (7 is not a Fibonacchi number).
A series is a set of partial sums of sequences of numbers. A single number, such as 135, does cannot define a series.
He wore the famous number 7.
The most famous was Mickey Mantle. http://hawk4thehall.blogspot.com/
If you're asking what the nineth erm is, it's 58. The pattern is to add 7 to a umber to get the next number. 2+7=9, 9+7=16, 16+7=23, and so on.
It could be 38: There are two interlaced sequences: 1) 7 -- 8 -- 9 -- where each number is the previous plus 1 2) -- 16 -- 27 -- ?? where each number is the previous plus 11.
There would be a possibility of about 16 sequences.
Many players have worn number "7". One of the more famous "7"s was Mickey Mantle of the Yankees.
Michael Vick, John Elway
Famous? You don't mean best known? that's either 666, 7, 1, googolplex, or Pi.
Cristiano Ronaldo is an example of a world famous footballer. He plays for Real Madrid and wears number 7.
Martin Grammatica did when he was the kicker for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Assassins Creed 1 is 7 memory blocks long whilst ac2 is 12 sequences long I think Ac3 is 12 sequences too, but i am not 100% sure
Famous and talented players to wear the number 7: -Christiano Ronaldo -Alesandro Del Piero -Harry Kewell -Raul Gonzalez -Franck Ribery -Luis Figo -bastian Schweinsteiger -Andriy Schevchenko