Professor lirpa loof gave me a number sequence.
He started to say "It's as easy...", but I stopped him because he only ever talks in clichés and I don't like them. So then he promised not to talk, but instead wrote down these numbers.
37,81 70 91, 20,86 45 32 8, 39,77 22 81, -86,15 92 52 6, 50,71 86 33 1, -3,53 54 40 6
Can you figure out the what the number sequence is that he gave me before he started talking and before he gave me the list of numbers?
from the way the numbers are written I think the professor may have spent some time at school in France or Germany
the number sequence that you are looking for is not infinite - you are looking for a finite sequence of numbers.
when you obtain the number sequence you might be tempted to use a well known and famous mathematical equation to replace the numbers in the sequence by a single different number.
There are three numbers in the sequence....