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@Neeraj Sharma • 28 Apr, 2012

**Complete the sequence**

**56, 90, 132, 184, 218, __**

**(a) 368 (b) 316 (c) 362 (d) 326**

**I tried a lot but couldn't get around solving this question.Can somebody please help me...?**

@Ankita Katdare • 28 Apr, 2012
CIVILPRINCESS you might be able to find a solution here.

@suman.mathad • 01 May, 2012
according to the alternate number explanation, the answer should be 288, but the answer is 326 as given in the soutions of a general intelligence paper. do write the explanation, if you come to know !

@kookyhere • 07 May, 2012 • 4 likes

Solution(just a guess):

1. divide the numbers by

2. the reminder yu get fr the first 3 numbers is

3. then again the reminder fr the 3rd and 4th number is

i think the answer should beNick_SharmaComplete the sequence56, 90, 132, 184, 218, __(a) 368 (b) 316 (c) 362 (d) 326

I tried a lot but couldn't get around solving this question.Can somebody please help me...?

**316..**Solution(just a guess):

1. divide the numbers by

**8**2. the reminder yu get fr the first 3 numbers is

**0, 2, 4**respectively3. then again the reminder fr the 3rd and 4th number is

**0, 2..**so the the next numbers' reminder should be**4..**hence it should be**316..****Absolutely a wild guesssss😒**. tell me if i am wrongg
@Reya • 07 May, 2012
kookyhere You're right 😀

@Neeraj Sharma • 07 May, 2012
But I saw at a place on internet that the answer is 326 but don't know how 😛

@kookyhere • 07 May, 2012

ha.. if no clue how that 326 is the answer.... then take 316 for granted 😉👍Nick_SharmaBut I saw at a place on internet that the answer is 326 but don't know how 😛

@zaveri • 14 May, 2012 • 1 like

Since there is no other logical explanation , then you are right.kookyhereha.. if no clue how that 326 is the answer.... then take 316 for granted 😉👍

@Prashanth_p@cchi • 23 May, 2012 • 1 like
I think that the answer is 326..................

I believe the series should have been

I believe the series should have been

**i.e the last option should have been 248.... Explanation: In this case, the difference between the 2 numbers will be 34,42,52,64... i.e. add 8 to 34 to make it 42 , then 10 to make it 52 and then 12 to make it 64... So, adding 14 next, we shall get 78. When 78 is added to 248 we get 326. Please correct me If Im' wrong.**56, 90, 132, 184, 248, __.......

@Kaustubh Katdare • 24 May, 2012
The answer is 326,

Explanation: https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=56,+90,+132,+184,+248,

Explanation: https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=56,+90,+132,+184,+248,

@Prashanth_p@cchi • 24 May, 2012

So, Now I can confirm that my above explanation is correct. 😀The_Big_KThe answer is 326,

Explanation: https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=56, 90, 132, 184, 248,

@Prashanth_p@cchi • 24 May, 2012

Then, that confirms my above explanation.The_Big_KThe answer is 326,

Explanation: https://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=56, 90, 132, 184, 248,

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