A single number, such as 364758 does not describe a sequence, nor a series.
3 Each term is divided by 3 to produce the following term.
a four number sequence is the easiest and longest number sequence to remember.
Consecutive terms in the sequence are being divided by -2. Therefore, -1 / -2 = 1/2 or 0.5.
What should be the next number in the following series? 100 96 104 88 120 56
The next number is 25 but there are the sequence is infinite so there can be no end to the sequence.
The sequence indicates that one number is added to the previous number to find the value of the next number. Example 1 (+0) - 1 (+1) - 2 (+1) - 3 (+2) - 5 (+3) - 8 (+5) - 13. The next number in the sequence would be 21 (13 + 8).
44. You're adding 11 then 9 each time !
Whatever you like. One single number, as you have in the question, does not define a sequence.
It appears the sequence is of numbers in descending order followied by the number 8: 9(8)8(8)7(8)6(?), therefore, if the sequence is true, the number six should be followed by the number 8.
the answer should be 5
The next number in the sequence 100,96,104,88,120,56 is 184.The pattern is minus 4, plus 8, minus 16, plus 32, minus 64, plus 128
Anything raised to the 0th power (except 0) is equal to 1. The reason: Consider the following sequence of numbers: 104, 103, 102, 101 Another way to write this sequence of numbers is 10000, 1000, 100, 10 Notice that each number is one-tenth of the preceding number. 1000 is one-tenth of 10000 100 is one-tenth of 1000 10 is one-tenth of 100. What should the next number in the sequence be? Looking at the first way of writing the numbers, it should be 100. Looking at the second way of writing it should be one-tenth of 10. One-tenth of 10 is 1. Similarly 10-1 would be the next number in the sequence and it would have to equal one-tenth of 1 or 0.1.
41 should be in between 14 and 122
0 + 2 + 3 = 5 2 + 3 + 5 = 10 3 + 5 + 10 = 18 5 + 10 + 18 = 33
DNA Sequence = 5tacttcttcaagact-3 RNA Sequence = 3'-AUGAAGAAGUUCUGA-5'You just switch 5' and 3'T becomes AA becomes UC becomes GG becomes CThere should be no Ts in an RNA sequence.
In this sequence, it should be 27, not 28 (28 is not divisible by 3)
If the last number is 1/3 (it should be), the next number is 5 and 1/3
The next number in this sequence should be 33.
That's the way it is defined. And it's defined that way to maintain consistency in different properties of numbers. However, the following argument makes it look reasonable, at least. Let's assume it is already given that a positive number times a negative number is negative. (If this doesn't sound reasonable to you, please ask a separate question.)Now consider the following sequence:-10 x 3 = -30-10 x 2 = -20-10 x 1 = -10-10 x 0 = 0-10 x -1 = ...Now consider the question: What number should you fill in to complete the sequence? The left number in each multiplication is constant, the middle number decreases by one at a time. The rightmost column obviously obviously increases by 10 at a time; if you continue the sequence, you inevitably get 10 - a positive number. Similarly, you get positive numbers if you replace the sequence with any other combination of numbers, such that the first number is negative, and the second number decreases at a constant rate.
47. It's a sequence where the sum of the previous 2 numbers equals the current number. This is NOT the Fibonacci sequence. The Fibonacci numbers start w/ 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5.... This sequence is related to the Fibonacci sequence. These are the Lucas numbers, which start w/ 1, 3, 4, 7....
The answer depends on where, within the sequence, the missing number should have been.