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9 - all the rest are prime

Q: Which one of the following numbers does not belong to the series 3 7 9 11 13 17?

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Most probably 48.

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

3 ((9-2)(7+1)(8-2)(6+1)(7-2)(5+1))

N, because it is not in the first half of the alphabet.

The "pairs" in the sequence are doubles of themselves, e.g (1,2) , (5, 10), (13, 26) but for 29 and 48 neither are doubles or halves of each other. However I'm not sure how you know which of 29 or 48 is the odd one out.

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30

You could make a case for any of them.

8

Most probably 48.

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

133 ,because all haveroot squares except 133

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

If the series is plus one, times two, plus one, times two, etc., the 8 does not belong.

1. It is the only one that is neither prime nor composite. It is the only one whose square (cube, higher powers) is the same as itself.

3 ((9-2)(7+1)(8-2)(6+1)(7-2)(5+1))

Yes and integers are whole numbers that can belong to one of the following classes:- Prime numbers which have only 2 factors Composite numbers which have more than 2 factors

The answer is KThe letter should be L