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Whats next in the series?

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What are the next 2 numbers in the series and why? 10, 12, 14, 15 .... Thank you.
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1m, 4w agoPosted 1 month, 4 weeks ago
What are the next 2 numbers in the series and why?
10, 12, 14, 15 ....

Thank you.
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1m, 4w agoPosted 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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11 and 13 are prime numbers, so maybe 16,18 are the next two

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#1
I have a theory, but would like to check with someone else.
#2
18.... I think.
#3
What's your theory?
#4
+2, +2, +1 and that continues.
#5
11 and 13 are prime numbers, so maybe 16,18 are the next two
#6
cowsindahouse
11 and 13 are prime numbers, so maybe 16,18 are the next two
Interesting. Good view point.
#7
caitlin16
18.... I think.
Why do you say that Caitlin?

Edited By: jaykaygeetoo on Dec 23, 2016 10:05
#8
42.
#9
shauneco
42.
What's your reasoning behind that?
#10
jaykaygeetoo
shauneco
42.
What's your reasoning behind that?
It's the meaning of life...
#11
ipswich78
jaykaygeetoo
shauneco
42.
What's your reasoning behind that?
It's the meaning of life...
You are not helping. (_;)
#12
jaykaygeetoo
shauneco
42.
What's your reasoning behind that?
42 = The answer to life, the universe and everything :).
#13
shauneco
jaykaygeetoo
shauneco
42.
What's your reasoning behind that?
42 = The answer to life, the universe and everything :).
Thank you. 8)
#14
jaykaygeetoo
ipswich78
jaykaygeetoo
shauneco
42.
What's your reasoning behind that?
It's the meaning of life...
You are not helping. (_;)
I did... I answered your question. You just didn't know that!
#15
cowsindahouse
11 and 13 are prime numbers, so maybe 16,18 are the next two
I would agree. Four numbers is not much to go on but missing prime numbers seems more 'logical' than just +2, +2, +1.
#16
ipswich78
jaykaygeetoo
ipswich78
jaykaygeetoo
shauneco
42.
What's your reasoning behind that?
It's the meaning of life...
You are not helping. (_;)
I did... I answered your question. You just didn't know that!
I know the meaning of life. It just didn't help me in this case. X)
#17
Ar460rn
cowsindahouse
11 and 13 are prime numbers, so maybe 16,18 are the next two
I would agree. Four numbers is not much to go on but missing prime numbers seems more 'logical' than just +2, +2, +1.
Thank you.
#18
17 i think
#19
The online encyclopedia of integer sequences has 399 sequences that contain those four numbers in that order:
http://oeis.org/search?q=signed%3a10%2c12%2c14%2c15

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