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arunhero99
arunhero99 • Jan 12, 2009

Next number in sequence

1 ,11, 21, 1211, 111221,--------

What will be the next number in this sequence... Don't google for the answer.just try it out.
raj87verma88
raj87verma88 • Jan 12, 2009
312211....
raj87verma88
raj87verma88 • Jan 12, 2009
13112221...
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Jan 13, 2009
ha ha, that was easy.
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Jan 13, 2009
πŸ˜‰..raj got it with the first answer ..πŸ˜€
charumathi
charumathi • Jan 13, 2009
312211.....hey i too answered correctly....
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Jan 14, 2009
but how about, the guys who got it correct give the explanation also??? 😁
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Jan 14, 2009
1 ,11, 21, 1211, 111221

Every next number is formed by reading out the previous number and counting how many times the number appears, in that sequence. That is, second number is formed by saing : One One.

Third Number is reading out the second number: Two One

One, One One, Two One, One Two One One, One One One Two Two One
charumathi
charumathi • Jan 14, 2009
The_Big_K
1 ,11, 21, 1211, 111221

Every next number is formed by reading out the previous number and counting how many times the number appears, in that sequence. That is, second number is formed by saing : One One.

Third Number is reading out the second number: Two One

One, One One, Two One, One Two One One, One One One Two Two One
biggie has given clear explanation...
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Jan 19, 2009
What is next in the sequence

An easy one for you all:

M, T, W, T,___ , ___ , ___

Think Think ??? A dairy milk for the correct answer. πŸ˜€
T S S
is it correct? the days in the week .
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Jan 19, 2009
English-Scared
T S S
is it correct? the days in the week .
Oooooooo..Impressesed with the explanation but unfortunately your answer is wrong so dairy milk is mine.πŸ˜‰

Correct answer is F,S, S not T,S,S Ha ha ha ...😁
aha shalini you are right , but as i got the idea correct i guess we can have one each.πŸ˜›
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Jan 20, 2009
O, T, T, F, F, S, S, E, _?_ , _?_ , _?_ , _?_ 😁

Anyone?
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Jan 20, 2009
The_Big_K
O, T, T, F, F, S, S, E, _?_ , _?_ , _?_ , _?_ 😁

Anyone?
So simple, N,T,E,T . Am i right? πŸ˜€
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Jan 20, 2009
English-Scared
aha shalini you are right , but as i got the idea correct i guess we can have one each.πŸ˜›
Buy a one πŸ˜› because i have finished mine one.
Sure will buy one by you name and will complete it, and the answer is N,T E,T T,F F,S as biggie gave 8 dashes to answerπŸ˜›.
i think you have answer only half of it , guess busy eating the dairy milkπŸ˜€
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Jan 20, 2009
English-Scared
Sure will buy one by you name and will complete it, and the answer is N,T E,T T,F F,S as biggie gave 8 dashes to answerπŸ˜›.
i think you have answer only half of it , guess busy eating the dairy milkπŸ˜€
Mr Scared, so what blanks are 8 but '?' are 4 only na. By the way, don't expect its correct answer. You will come to know it after some years I guess. Not sure even πŸ˜•
shalini_goel14
Mr Scared, so what blanks are 8 but '?' are 4 only na. By the way, don't expect its correct answer. You will come to know it after some years I guess. Not sure even πŸ˜•

aha may be , lets wait for biggie to answer it.
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Jan 28, 2009
NIce explanations...
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Jan 28, 2009
how about this???

[FONT=Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif]B _ R _ Y G _ V_ W[/FONT]
[FONT=Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif]
what say engineers?
[/FONT]
babloo0311
babloo0311 • Jan 29, 2009
hello arun ,
D i guess
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Jan 29, 2009
no dude...
clue is...its an engineers sequence....
arunhero99
how about this???

[FONT=Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif]B _ R _ Y G _ V_ W[/FONT]
[FONT=Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif]
what say engineers?
[/FONT]
B B R O Y G B V G W

I nearly messed up a lab experiment test because I forgot that darn sequence πŸ˜”
durga ch
durga ch • Jan 29, 2009
I remotely recall that we used to remember the seq as"B.B ROY Great Britain had a Very Good Wife "

what else could we do.. it was so adhoc πŸ˜”
babloo0311
babloo0311 • Jan 29, 2009
hey yep yes , how can i forget this . now i remember πŸ˜€
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Jan 29, 2009
Even I can also recall it now but I read it in my 12th standard(not in engineering) in resistors chapter.

@Durga even I also learnt that way "B.B ROY Great Britain had a Very Good Wife". You won't believe it but this way of learning was in my physics book.
durga ch
durga ch • Jan 29, 2009
πŸ˜€
Ash hope this way you don't mess your next exam πŸ˜›
durga
πŸ˜€
Ash hope this way you don't mess your next exam πŸ˜›
Well, who needs it when you have the engineer's best friend, the multimeter? πŸ˜‰
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Jan 30, 2009
Well done guys... B b Roy method is kind of a standard all over india... But if we do a google on the sequence, we can find lots of other funny sentence also...some are bit offensive... πŸ˜‰
shiwa436
shiwa436 • Feb 2, 2009
The series ends in .....,F,S,S. Which I believe, translates into Friday Saturday and Sunday. Can someone confirm?
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Feb 3, 2009
shiwa436
.....,F,S,S.

Friday Saturday and Sunday.
Well done shiwa πŸ˜€. Your answer & explanation is absolutely correct.

Now check the following:

https://www.crazyengineers.com/forum/chillax-chit-chat/13743-illogical-questions.html
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Feb 8, 2009
Complete the following very simple sequence:

364, 361, 19, 16, 4, 1, __ ?
silverscorpion
silverscorpion • Feb 8, 2009
ha,
How many numbers do you need? Next number alone is enough or should i continue the series?

Anyways, the series continues as follows.

364, 361, 19, 16, 4, 1, 1, -2

the logic is, subtract three from 1st number, take square root, again subtract three and go on.
well, this can further continue in complex numbers, like 1.414j, -3+1.414j, square root(-3+1.414j) etc..😁😁
durga ch
durga ch • Feb 8, 2009
answer 1,-2,and then sqrt of -2 and so on
364 -361 =3
19^2 =361
19 -3 =16
4^2=16
4-3=1
1^1 =1
durga ch
durga ch • Feb 8, 2009
oops!
look like SS has already replied
shalini_goel14
shalini_goel14 • Feb 8, 2009
silverscorpion
ha,
How many numbers do you need? Next number alone is enough or should i continue the series?

Anyways, the series continues as follows.

364, 361, 19, 16, 4, 1, 1, -2

the logic is, subtract three from 1st number, take square root, again subtract three and go on.
well, this can further continue in complex numbers, like 1.414j, -3+1.414j, square root(-3+1.414j) etc..😁😁
Well Good Scorpion & Durga but I asked only for 1 no in the seriesπŸ˜‰. Not the list extending to complex numbers .

So Sequence is:

364, 361, 19, 16, 4, 1, 1 😁
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Feb 12, 2009
hey..check this out...

0
1
10
2
100
11
1000
3
20
101
10000
12
100000
1001
110
4
1000000
21
10000000
102
--------
arunhero99
hey..check this out...

0
1
10
2
100
11
1000
3
20
101
10000
12
100000
1001
110
4
1000000
21
10000000
102
--------
Awesome question -- the answer is 1010.
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Mar 24, 2009
Never thought anyone would crack that... Nice talent.
Anyway. a much simpler one:

2,9,5,13,10,19,17, ?
rishna
rishna • Mar 24, 2009
2,9,5,13,10,19,17,27
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Mar 24, 2009
awesome ... 27 it is.
now, who wants to explain how the answer is 27?
arunhero99
awesome ... 27 it is.
now, who wants to explain how the answer is 27?
2,9,5,13,10,19,17,27,26,37,37.
Add 7, Sub 4, Add 8, Sub 3, Add 9, Sub 2, Add 10, Sub 1, Add 11, Sub 0

Enjoy!!!

-CrazyBoy
rishna
rishna • Mar 24, 2009
ok that was clear.
here is one more.

Do you know numbers and letters? Now find the next number in the series.
5.. 15 ..5.. 18.. 5.. 24 ..14.. 20.. ?

happy thinking
The Y-Not
ok that was clear.
here is one more.

Do you know numbers and letters? Now find the next number in the series.
5.. 15 ..5.. 18.. 5.. 24 ..14.. 20.. ?

happy thinking
5.. 15 ..5.. 18.. 5.. 24 ..14.. 20.. 5 (ninE)

Looking at onE, twO, threE, fouR, fivE, siX, seveN, eighT, it should be apparent that we are looking at the last letter of each number (in English) which is then converted to its position in the alphabet (E=5, O=15, etc.)

-Crazy
ES Salutes to Crazy Boy.😎
syedaafaq
syedaafaq • Mar 24, 2009
the next number is 27......... then 26......
syedaafaq
syedaafaq • Mar 24, 2009
oopps the answer is already given huhhhhhhhhh
syedaafaq
syedaafaq • Mar 24, 2009
using set of numbers repeating it two times..... find out a number as given below 312132......
the speciality in this number is that 1, 2, and 3 is used two times and between two 3's there are three numbers and between two 2's there are two numbers and between two one's there is one number..... find a number using a set of 1,2,3,4 repeatin the numbers two times with the same concept given above......
The answer::

41312432 😎😎
syedaafaq
syedaafaq • Mar 24, 2009
Finally English-Scared got the right answer. Congratulations, your answer is correct.
Thanks Syed.
😁
Someone please post some puzzle out there... I am feeling very bored today. Mods spare me for this post.
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Mar 24, 2009
crazyboy
Someone please post some puzzle out there... I am feeling very bored today. Mods spare me for this post.
Hey..you are the best. how about you make an unbreakable sequence and test our skills? that will be fun.
rishna
rishna • Mar 24, 2009
hey Crazy, if you are getting bored even today, then here is another one

Find next number in the series...

1/1, 3/2, 7/5, 17/12, 41/29, ?
The Y-Not
hey Crazy, if you are getting bored even today, then here is another one

Find next number in the series...

1/1, 3/2, 7/5, 17/12, 41/29, ?
@arunhero99 - Thanks buddy !!

1/1, 3/2, 7/5, 17/12, 41/29, 99/70

The successive term for a/b is formed as (a + 2b) / (a + b).

PS:where a = 1, b =1 in starting and continue till end.

Waiting for the next one to come.. 😁

-CrazyBoy
rishna
rishna • Mar 24, 2009
Woo!!😁

Now try this.

Add a '+' or a '-' sign in between the numbers so that the result is '100'. You cannot interchange the numbers here, they should be in the sequence from 1-9 as given below. Find out the different ways that makes the equation correct.

123456789 = 100
123 -45 -67 + 89 = 100😁😁
rishna
rishna • Mar 25, 2009
Yup that's the way. now find out other such equations.
The Y-Not
Woo!!😁

Now try this.

Add a '+' or a '-' sign in between the numbers so that the result is '100'. You cannot interchange the numbers here, they should be in the sequence from 1-9 as given below. Find out the different ways that makes the equation correct.

123456789 = 100
interesting one...

1) 1*2+3*4+5-6+78+9
2) 123+45-67+8-9

I am working on other sequences.. lets see If i can get a few more solution for this puzzle.

-Crazy 😁
rishna
rishna • Mar 25, 2009
hey, you cannot use '*' , i mean should not use multiplcation here. Get the equation correct with only a + or - sign.

so, we'll consider the second one.
Ok...

123-4-5-6-7+8-9
123+4-5+67-89
12-3-4+5-6+7+89

😁 Crazy
rishna
rishna • Apr 2, 2009
solutions which i know...

123-45-67+89=100
12+3+4+5-6-7+89=100
12+3-4+5+67+8+9=100
1+23-4+56+7+8+9=100
1+23-4+5+6+78-9=100
1+2+34-5+67-8+9=100
1+2+3-4+5+6+78+9=100
g_rakesh2
g_rakesh2 • Apr 2, 2009
The Y-Not
hey Crazy, if you are getting bored even today, then here is another one

Find next number in the series...

1/1, 3/2, 7/5, 17/12, 41/29, ?

Is it 1/1, 3/2, 7/5, 17/12, 41/29, 91/64 ?
rishna
rishna • Apr 2, 2009
hey what is the rule you applied here??
g_rakesh2
Is it 1/1, 3/2, 7/5, 17/12, 41/29, 91/64 ?
Buddy I am giving you general solution... so that you wont ask me the next number from the same sequence 😁

(a+2b)/(a+b)
=(91+2*64)/(91+64) = 219/155

Next please
arunhero99
arunhero99 • Apr 9, 2009
here goes the next list:

4 12 6 12 36 18 36 ?

9 4 10 5 11 6 ?

2 5 11 20 32 47 ?

13 18 16 21 19 ?

8 9 11 14 7 9 12 ?
g_rakesh2
Is it 1/1, 3/2, 7/5, 17/12, 41/29, 91/64 ?

its 99/70

😎
and then
239/169
RajdeepCE
RajdeepCE • May 16, 2009
Answers
1.) 4 12 6 12 36 18 36 108 54 108....
2.) 9 4 10 5 11 6 12 7 13...
3.) 2 5 11 20 32 47 65 86...
4.) 13 18 16 21 19 24 22...
5.) 8 9 11 14 7 9 12 16 8...
Now let me know that my answers are right or not...?
RajdeepCE
RajdeepCE • May 16, 2009
The 5th answer could be,
-> 8 9 11 14 7 9 12 6 9 13 18...
Tell me which answer is wrong, and feel free to say than both answer is wrong if you have correct explanation.

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