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The next number is- The rule is-


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f(n) = (n^2) % 100 so next is f(16) = 256 % 100 = 56


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They appear to be: Following this rule, the next two numbers would be: because


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Here's an argument to show that Reasoning Not sure about the primes bit yet.


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https://oeis.org/A004397 According to OEIS, this number sequence is a(n) = prime(n) + Fibonacci(n) So, for example, in the first few terms, with the prime sequence being first and the Fibonacci sequence being second: (2 + 1), (3 + 1), (5 + 2), ... Therefore, to answer your question: a) It's related to the Fibonacci sequence and the sequence of primes. b) ...


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Next sequence defined as: no. of characters x from previous one following an x. Ordered from 1 to 9. Example: aabbb, 2a3b, 12131a1b ... So next one: 212223 and then 114213, 31121314, 41122314, 31221324, 21322314, 21322314, ...


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Before I start, consider function $f$ that satisfies $A_x = f(x)$. That is, to find the $x$-th number in the sequence, we can plug in $x$ to $f$. So we want to find the values of $f(21), f(22), f(23), f(24), f(25)$. Inspired from hint 2, instead of mapping x to $f(x)$, what if we try to map the relation of $x$ and $f(f(x))$ instead? We get this following ...


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It is very clear that - Now, Further, Next, Other sequences From here I got confused and couldn't get it


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The pattern is made up of the The next number in the sequence (excluding those in the hint within the question) is


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Answer Reasoning


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