Well, judging by the sequence of numbers, the pattern would be to subtract one more than the last time from each new number. Meaning 33-1=32 then 32-2=30 then 30-3=27. The next three numbers would be 27-4=23 and 23-5=18 and finally 18-6=12. So 23 18 and 12 would be the next three numbers in sequence.
The next three numbers are: 87, 141, 228. Each number in the sequence after the first two is the sum of the previous two numbers. This is a variation of the Fibonacci sequence which starts with 1, 1, ... (and then continues ..., 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ...).
12 - 5(n-1)
The next two numbers in the sequence are... 45 & 54.
The difference between the successive numbers is 4. so the next three numbers could be 4, 0 and -4.
The first thing to notice is that all the numbers in the sequence are square numbers. 25=5x5 36=6x6 49=7x7 64=8x8 81=9x9 So the next three numbers to be squared are 10, 11 and 12. 10x10=100 11x11=121 12x12=144 Thus, the next three numbers in the sequence are 100, 121, 144 The equation for the sequence is (n+4)2
40.5, 60.75 and 91.125
25 is the next number that appears in that sequence.
They could be 5, 16 and 8 because if a previous term was even then half the next term but if the previous term was odd then treble it and add one to the next term.
The next is 3.
There are infinitely many possible patterns. One possibility is: t(n) = (-4x5 + 65x4 - 370x3 + 1015x2 - 1246x + 600)/60 IF that is the case, then the next three numbers are 59, 22 and -131.
apparently 1,4,1,5...The numbers are the chimes of a clock that strikes once on the half hour.
Any three numbers that you choose can be the next number. It is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 6 such that the first four numbers are as listed in the question followed by the chosen three numbers. There are also non-polynomial solutions. Short of reading the mind of the person who posed the question, there is no way of determining which of the infinitely many solutions is the "correct" one. Having said that, based on the simplest rule, the next three are 2, 7 and 12.
The next number in the progression is 43 - the sequence continues to increase by ascending odd numbers.
The next number could be 26 The next number could be 12 - - - - - - - - - The next number that is in the sequence is 12.