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This is a highly ambiguous question, because there are many ways to continue any finite sequence. In fact, there are infinitely many, because any number whatsoever can be the next number in some sequence. In this case, I can think of at least 2 that make sense.

- 32 is 28 less than 60, and 18 is 14 short of 32. So first they subtract 28, then 14, which is half of 28. If u continue that logic, u would take half of 14 (7) and subtract it from 18, so the next number would be 11.
- Again, they subtract 28 and then 14, which 14 less than 28. So the next number to be subtracted should be 14 - 14 = 0. So the next number should be 18 again.

I could go on and on, but u get the idea.

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