Want this question answered?
There are no letters in that sequence. The progression of numbers can beextended according to the rule shown by appending '26' as the fifth term.
When capital, the sequence beginning with 'A' are all written with only straight lines.
R for Richard I - The letters are the first of the names of kings of England in the order of their reign.
Between A and D are two letters, between D and E are no letters, between E and H are two letters, and between H and I are no letters. Therefore, there would be two letters between I and the next letter, so it would be L.
This question cannot be solved. The answer is 96 10 is 3 letters = 3 9 is 4 letters = 4 60 is five letters = 5 90 is six letters = 6 70 is seven letters = 7 66 is eight letters = 8 what has 9 letters 96 I think this was one of those horrible 'google' interview questions
There are only a few words in the English language that end in the sequence of letters gry. Some of them are angry, hungry, and aggry. There are a few words containing that sequence that have waned in popularity, such as ahungry.
3 base pairs (3 letters) code for 1 aminoacid and this 3 base pair sequence is called a codon.
Probably not. Maybe there is an obscure word made up of these letters, but it is not likely. It very much appears to be a random sequence and not worth the time.
A sequence is an ordered set. They may consist of numbers or letters, there may or may not be a rule (for example, in a random sequence), it may be finite or infinite.
The question is garbled, so it's not really solvable as asked. The question is supposed to be "Determine the next three letters in this sequence: D T N T L" The answer is "I T S"--the sequence is the first letters of the words in the question. But it doesn't really work if the wording is not exact.
T, U, V They are all mirrored letters.