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Q: What is next in this sequence 100 52 28 16 10?

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7 10 16 28

The next number would be 7.

A sequence never ends. The next number in this one is 7 .

100 52 28 16 10

Consecutive terms in the sequence are found by dividing by 2 and adding 2. Therefore, after the number 10 comes 10/2 + 2 = 7.

The next would be 7. 100 minus 48 is 52. 52 minus 24 (half of 48) is 28. 28 minus 12 (half of 24) is 16. etc.. The next in the sequence after 7 would be 5.5.

They are: 10 and 16

It is: 10-3 = 7

26 As far as I can tell the sequence is +10,-5,+10,-5.

75

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The differences betweent the consequent members are: 48, 24, 12, 6 - the next is equal to the previous divided by two. So the next difference will be 6:2 = 3 and the next member of the sequence will be 10 - 3 = 7

The sequence is formed by dividing the previous number by 2 then adding 2. 100/2 = 50, 50 + 2 = 52 52/2 = 26, 26 + 2 = 28 28/2 = 14, 14 + 2 = 16 16/2 = 8, 8 + 2 = 10 The next number in the sequence is thus :- 10/2 = 5, 5 + 2 = 7

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A single number, such as 256196144100643616 does not represent a sequence.

2 is the answer

7 The difference between each successive pair is being halved. 100 -> 52 = 48 52 -> 28 = 24 28 -> 16 = 12 16 -> 10 = 6 Thus the next number is 10 - 6/2 = 7

It is: 10-3 = 7

The number is 7.It doesn't necessarily 'complete' the sequence. You could easily keep it goingas long as you want to. But '7' is the next number in the sequence, after thenumbers listed in the question.

25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100...

66

To get the number to complete the sequence, divide the first number by 2 and then plus 2 to get the next number. Given 100, 52, 28, 16, 10 ____Solution100 / 2 (+2) = 5252 / 2 (+2) = 2828 / 2 (+2) = 1616 / 2 (+2) = 1010 / 2 (+2) = 7Therefore, the number to complete the sequence is 7.

The most obvious pattern in the sequence 10 30 15 16 48 24 25 is ...*3,/2,+1... The next number in the sequence following the 25 will be 75.

25 36 49 64 81 100 121 144

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