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It could be any one of them.

5: The smallest Prime number with a composite on either side.

2: The only even prime number.

8: The only perfect cube number.

13: The only 2-digit prime.

16: The only perfect square number.

Q: Which one of the numbers does not belong in the following series 5-2-8-13-16?

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The numbers that belong to the series are the following: 1, 2, 5, 10, 13, 26, 29 and 48.

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133 ,because all haveroot squares except 133

1 - it is the only number that is neither prime nor composite.

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The numbers that belong to the series are the following: 1, 2, 5, 10, 13, 26, 29 and 48.

30

You could make a case for any of them.

8

9 - all the rest are prime

The answer is 12 every other numbers are odd numbers, but 12 is an even number

Most probably 48.

133 ,because all haveroot squares except 133

1 - it is the only number that is neither prime nor composite.

if i did mental math correctly..i believe it's 4845... because the rest are prime numbers

You have to find a pattern in the numbers, and exclude the one that messes up the pattern.

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