56 (just the next number, not the number that completes the sequence)
The next number is 485.
A sequence never ends. The next number in this one is 7 .
The sequence is taking half of the number and adding it to that number, 3/2 = 1.5, 3 + 1.5 = 4.5, the next number in the sequence is 15.1875
Unless you specify the length of the sequence, it is infinite, and so no number completes it. Given no further information, I would say the next number is 18. However, check out the link to the OEIS which gives a number of alternatives.
The next number is 27.5. begin by subtracting the first two then add 2 to the answer each time to come up with the next number
Each is half of the previous number, so 6.25 will be next.
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.
This sequence is created by alternating differences. The difference pattern is 4, 3, 5, 2, and 6. The next difference is 1, so the next number is 13.Ê
what number is next in the sequence: 10,20,30,20,(? 30
The next number would be 18. The sequence increases with +1, +2, +3... +5 etc. 13 + 5 = 18
twelve and a half?
Not sure about "completes" but one possible answer for the next number in the infinite sequence is 32. Why? It is generated by the polynomial: t(n) = (-n4 + 14n3 - 65n2 + 136n - 180)/12 for n = 1 , 2, 3, etc.
The next number in the sequence is 480
125 the number cuts in half everytime
The answer is 485. It is a sequence of numbers where the next number is calculated by multiplying hte current number by 3 and then adding 2. (n+1) = 3(n)+2
The nest number in the sequence is 18. Note that the difference between each number and the next number in the sequence follows the simple sequence of 1,2,3,4. Obviously the next in the sequence of increases is 5, so 13+5=18.
The next number in the sequence will be 56.
Without a sequence given in the question, the next number to 6 is 7.
One number is not sufficient to identify a sequence.
A single number, such as 2726101400, does not make a sequence.
A single number, such as 6122448 does not comprise a sequence.
A single number, such as 171422, does not constitute a sequence.
381838 is one number: it does not describe a sequence.
A single number, such as 122.4832 does not constitute a sequence.