- I generated the sequences mathematically in excel.
- A Sequence N can be generated for any N>0 (I think it might be possible for N<0 but I'm not sure how that works. It would not be possible for N=0 because that makes no sense).
What are the values of A,B,C,D?
What is the beginning of Sequence 5?
Bonus Sequence for extra credit (generated in a similar way but doesn't fit in the Sequence N formula):
Post Solution Edit (contains how I did it, don't read if you want to work it out yourself):
N is the number of distinct characters or base used for that sequence (N=2 is binary). I then just counted in that base and used the digits as the power values of a prime factorization. I didn't use Excel to calculate the primes, but I did use it to count in base N and do the prime un-factorization.
Here is a google doc that shows the method I used to calculate the sequences: