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I think that the next number will be Because you are watching The numbers are called out by Addendum


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To address the one part that hexomino didn't already answer: Why do you think I'm not able to enjoy the performance like everyone else? My answer would be: This is hinted at by the fact that


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I believe the answer is Reasoning:


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The next sequence is This is illustrated by


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You are not able to enjoy the performance because


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We need this (modulo any careless mistakes I've made): Explanation:


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Is it: because:


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The answer is: Because:


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Just a small nuance / addendum to the already good solutions posted so far. You're potentially If all goes well, Therefore, the full sequence is:


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The answer is Because


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The next letter is because


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First, let's divide the $5$ cells like this: If you observe the colored cells (the non-black cells) upside-down: The next thing is that, the $5$ cells are actually representing the binary. With black cell denoting $0$ and colored cells denoting $1$. (This refers to hint 2b.) But, it's not a regular binary. It's: So, if we evaluate the numbers: Yep, you ...


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The next four numbers are Because


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In addition to everything else...


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I just found out there are movie tags in here! this is cool! And for this puzzle, I'm pretty sure (because it's my favorite movie), He is talking about


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I'll go with because I'm squinting hard enough to see Like so: This also fits the hint of only two options being legal, since


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The answer is Because


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Just a visual cue of Gareth's answer


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I would say that the Because,


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The equation is: So the next six numbers will be:


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As Mentioned previously: Possible answer to why you were unable to enjoy the performance like everyone else was because:


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Details:


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Meta: This is in effect a standard question in the theory of random walks. Does that make it off-topic as a textbook problem? I don't think so. The relevant meta-question is this one whose excellent and highest-voted answer gives this closely related question as an example of something that's a "math puzzle" rather than a "math problem". OK then. Assuming ...


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Ok, this is my second attempt! The answer is: explanation: Then : Therefore:


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The missing numbers are To find them, observe that


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I think it's Because


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The final grid is And the pattern is


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