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What number follows in this sequence and why? 3, 6, 6, 8, 8, 7, 7, 9, 8
9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
What number follows in this sequence and why?

3, 6, 6, 8, 8, 7, 7, 9, 8
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
55378008?
#2
billyX;1698892
55378008?

No. It is a single number that follows the sequence (i.e. 1 to 9).
#3
1......
#4
[CENTER]My personal number!!
[SIZE=7][COLOR=Red]"666"[/COLOR][/SIZE]
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#5
2.........
#6
3........
#7
4..............
#8
5..........................
#9
6....................
#10
7.....................
#11
8......................
#12
9...........................
#13
0...................
#14
You are guessing. You have to give the number and why you think your number is correct. See the tricks of skilll!!!!!!! :)
#15
harlzter;1698947
[CENTER]My personal number!!

[SIZE=7][COLOR=red]"666"[/COLOR][/SIZE][/CENTER]

I don't doubt it for a minute. Thanks for the info.
1 Like #16
8, 6 "Nineteen, twenty" (length of numbers as written starting with 10...)
#17
7, i have no idea why it just seems right!! come on put us out of our missery..
#18
Here's another one for you:
1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,18... next two numbers?
banned#19
Is it 9
#20
jah128 has the correct solution. I'm trying to work out his now!
#21
What number follows in this sequence and why?

3, 6, 6, 8, 8, 7, 7, 9, 8

3+3=6, 6+0=6, 6+2=8, 8+0=8, 8-1=7, 7-0=7, 7+2=9, 9-1+8, 8

+3+0+2+0-1-0+2-1...first thought its some kinda logical sequence, but not really :)

I've read couple spy novels lately...
one 3
two 3
three 4
four 4
five 4
six 3
seven 5
eight 5
nine 4
ten 3
eleven 6
twelve 6
thirteen 8
fourteen 8
fifteen 7
sixteen 7
seventeen 9
eighteen 8
nineteen 8
twenty 6
...and so on

nice one!
#22
is it the letter g?
#23
It's definitely 55378008. I have a degree, masters, and PhD in maths, and am an expert in turning a calculator upside down.
#24
1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 1, 1, 3, 3, 1, 1, 4, 6, 4, 1, 1, 5, ... ?
#25
ducky - 10,10,5,1:)
#26
What's a drummer's pin number?
one two- one two
#27
billyX;1699227
It's definitely 55378008. I have a degree, masters, and PhD in maths, and am an expert in turning a calculator upside down.

You didnt go to school in the 80's did you??? LOL

I think you are wrong though my prefered answer is 58008
#28
5318008 has a nicer ring to it ;-)
#29
but which is the odd one out?

3, 6 9,11, 12 ,15
#30
harlzter
You didnt go to school in the 80's did you??? LOL

I think you are wrong though my prefered answer is 58008

was wondering when someone would get it! you can tell donnydude is moving house atm- he'd have been on post 3 with that! (btw have no maths qualifications really- but as a primary school teacher i'm showing many youngsters this and 71011345, keepin the dream alive!)
#31
billyX
keepin the dream alive!

:-D
#32
69?
maybe?
#33
Jasonrat - is there meant to be a comma between the 6 & 9?

Surely the obvious would be 11 (not divisible by 3), or is it something to do with how they appear on a calculator? All except "3" can still be read as a number (same or different) if the calculator is turned upside down?

Still to be solved:
1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,18... next two numbers?