# 0 10 1110 3110 132110 1113122110 what is the next number?

# What is the next number in this sequence 0 2 4 6 8?

What is the next number in this sequence 0,2,4,6,8......?.
Ans: The first number is 0. The second number is 2. The difference between those numbers is 2-0 = 2. The difference between the second and the third , the third and the fourth, the fourth and the fifty, the fifth and sixth is 2 only. So, th…e common difference is 2. That is 0+2=2, 2+2=4,4+2=6,6+2=8, then the next number in the series is 8+2 =10. The series continue like that only until infinity. (MORE)

# What number come next 0 1 3 7?

It appears that the sequence is:.
0.
1.
3.
7.
15.
31.
63.
127.
255.
511.
1023.
2047.
4095.
8191.

# Why are numbers that have 0 in the ones column divisible by 10?

Effectively when you divide by 10, you move the decimal point one place to the left. Imagine if every integer has a decimal component of 0, therefore, 70.0 / 10 = 7.00. Similarly, but using an incompatible example, 74.0 / 10 = 7.40, which is not an integer.

# If the exponet of a number is 0 example 10 to the 0 does that number that has the exponet equal 0 example 10to the00 or does it equal somthing else?

the answer will be equal to 1,irrespective of of the base value.In other words anything to the power 0 is equal to 1.

# Java code that display even numbers from 0 to 10?

import java.util.*; class even{ public static void main(String[]args){ Scanner cons = new Scanner(System.in); int even; even = cons.nextInt(); if(even % 2 == 0) { System.out.println(even); } } }

# What number is next 5 10 15 10?

The Next Number The next number is 25 if you use the following pattern: 5, (the number 10), 15 (the first number +10), (the number 10), and the next number is the third number +10 or 25. or you could think of it this way: 5, 10 (+5), 15 (+5), -5 (10) The pattern is +5, +5, -5, so the n…ext number would be 15, the next 20, and the next 15. (MORE)

# This is the number system which uses a base of 10 and the vaild numbers are 0 to 9?

That system is called the Arabic System. It was invented by the Hindus, adopted by the Persians, and passed to the Arabs.

# This is a number system which uses a base of 10 and the valid numbers are 0 to 9?

The number system that uses a base of 10 and the valid numbers are0 to 9 is the decimal system.

# What is the next number in the series 0 3 14 39 84 155?

For any number n, the numbers fit the formula (n-1) 3 +(n-1) 2 +(n-1). Therefore, the seventh number in the series is equal to 6 3 +6 2 +6 = 216 + 36 + 6 = 258.

# Do numbers read from 0 to 9 or from 1 to 10?

It's generally accepted that numbers range from 0 to 9. This is the fundamental basis of the decimal counting system. The first set of digits in a number represent the units. After the number 9 we move across into a second column where the digits in that column represent the tens. So we have a numbe…r such as 37 which means 3 x 10 plus 7 x 1. And so it continues with further columns representing hundreds, thousands etc. (MORE)

# How do you recover deleted dialled numbers of nokia 1110?

First dial to check your ballance by your service provider number.like that>> *121# >>options>>call>>calling *121#....then cut the call and go to dialled numbers and you will find your last deleted number.got it?remember!!when you call *121# if it request then you can not find your deleted number!

# What is next in the number sequence 0 2 3 6 7 1?

9, 4, 5, 8, 22, 23, 26, 27, 21 This is assuming that the sequence is 1-digit numbers in reverse alphabetical order, then 2-digit numbers, etc.

# What are the numbers 0 to 10 in German?

0 = null 1 = eins 2 = zwei 3 = drei 4 = vier 5 = fÃ¼nf 6 = sechs 7 = sieben 8 = acht 9 = neun 10 = zehn

# What number comes next in sequence 0 10 1110 3110 132110 1113122110?

Each number describes the previous one: 10 means there is "one zero" in the previous number; 1110 means that in the previous number there is "one one, followed by one zero", etc.

# What number is next in the sequence 10-20-30-20-?

10 20 30 20 10 it can form reverse order if the series ends here.. else 10 20 30 20 50 like adding 20 to every odd placed term.

# What is the next logical number in the sequence 0 3 9 18 30?

idk but i was going to ask that one. The next number in ther sequence is.... 45 ! The difference between each number increases by three each time (3-0=3, 9-3=6, 18-9=9, 30-18=12 therefore 45-30=15) !

# What are the next 10 prime numbers after 47?

The next ten primes after 47 are 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89and 97

# What is the next number 1 5 10 16 23?

31. 5 = 1+4 10 = 5+5 16 = 10+6 23 = 16+7 31 = 23+8 Next number will be 31+9 = 40. After that, 40+10 = 50.

# What does the numbers 10-0-0's on a fertilizer label mean?

It usually refers to the ratio of nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P) and potassium (K) in the fertilizer. So 10-0-0 means that there is no phosphorous or potassium, only 10 parts nitrogen per 100 parts fertilizer.

# What number comes next in this pattern 0 1 3 6 10?

You simply add the next number in the number line. 0+1 = 1 1+2 = 3 3+3 = 6 6+4 = 10 10+5 = 15 15+6 = 21 15 is your answer. If you take a look at the middle column of numbers you see you are simply just adding 1 then 2 then 3 then 4 then 5 then 6 then if we continued you would add 7 then 8 then …9... etc. (MORE)

# What number comes next 0 1 4 9?

16 is the next number. All you do is sequentially add the next odd number. Therfore after 16 the next number would be 25... the next 36... the next 49... the next 54...

# What number comes next in the sequence 0-1-2-4-16?

The differences are not the same so the sequence is not arithmetic. The sequence starts with a zero, so it cannot be geometric, or an exponential (power) sequence. The quartic: (2n 4 - 19n 3 + 64n 2 - 83n + 36)/6 fits the 5 points. That gives the next term as 55.

# What number is next in the series 6 3 0 -3 -6?

To figure this out you have to analyze the difference between each successive number in the sequence. Watch: 6 3 0 -3 -6 V V V V -3 -3 -3 -3 As you can see each number is three less than the one before it, which would make the next number in the sequence -9.

# What is the smaller number 0 -10?

-10 is the smaller number. Any number that is negative (-) is always smaller than a positive (+) number or zero. We could look at it this way: If I have $10, I can go buy something with it. If I have $0, I'm staying home because I have no money to spend. If I have -$10, I actually owe someone money …and will have to pay $10 to get back to having $0. (MORE)

# How many numbers are there between 0 and 10?

If you allow fractions and decimals, then there are an infinite number of them. If you only want to talk about whole numbers, then there are only nine of them.

# What are the next numbers after 0 2 3 6 7 1?

This sequence is all the single digits, written in reverse alphabetical order. The first value is 0, and zero comes last alphabetically. The next value is 2, and two comes second last alphabetically, and so on. From this, it is clear that the next few numbers will be 9,4,5 and 8 (eight being the f…irst number alphabetically) and then the sequence will end. (MORE)

# What is the next number in the following sequence 0 3 8 15?

24 The series formula is A(n) = n 2 - 1 1 2 - 1 = 0 2 2 - 1 = 3 3 2 - 1 = 8 4 2 - 1= 15 5 2 - 1 = 24

# How do you spell the numbers 0-10 in french?

0 - zero 1- un 2- deux 3- trois 4- quatre 5- cinq 6- six 7- sept 8- huit 9-neuf 10- dix

# Why is a number with 0 in the ones place divisible by 10?

A number with 0 in the ones place is divisible by 10 because allthe multiples of 10 have a zero in the ones place.

# What is the next number in the sequence 0 1 -1 3 -5 11 -21?

43. .
Alternatively add and subtract, doubling the amount each time, starting with 1: 0 + 1 = 1 1 - 2 = -1 -1 + 4 = 3 3 - 8 = -5 -5 + 16 = 11 11 - 32 = -21 So add 64 for the next term: -21 + 64 = 43 (The next term would then be subtract 128: 43 - 128 = -85)

# How many numbers between 0 and 99 can be divisible by 10?

There are 9 numbers evenly divisible by 10 : 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, and 90

# Is there a number in the base 10 numbering system that doesn't use the numbers 0-9?

No. For any base, n, you use the digits 0 to (n-1) for all numbers within that system. If, as in the case of the hexadecimal system (base 16), 0-9 are not sufficient to take you to n-1, you "borrow" some letters of the alphabet. In this case A ,B, C, D, E and F.

# What is next number 1 8 1 4 7 0 7 0?

It looks to me like 3 may be the next number since it goes +7, -7, +3, +3, -7, +7, -7, then maybe +3, +3 again. Anybody else see something different?

# Can you give me five lucky numbers 0 to 10?

Yes I can! 1, 4, 6, 7, and 9 . These are no less lucky than any of the others.

# What is the next 10 prime number after 29?

The next 10 prime numbers after 29 are: 31 37 41 43 47 53 59 61 67 71.

# What number comes next in the sequence 3 7 1 0 1?

Given any number, it iis possible to find apolynomial of degree 5 that will fit the above points and theadditional point. Consequently, a rule can be found that canjustify any number as the "next". The only polynomial of order 4 is U n = (-3n 4 + 40n 3 -185n 2 + 336n - 176)/4 for n = 1, 2, 3,… ... Accordingly, the next number is -17 (MORE)

# What number is next in this pattern -5 3 -2 1 0?

One possible answer, based on U n = (-11n 4 + 138n 3 - 605n 2 + 1078n - 640)/8 would suggest that the next number is -50.

# What two numbers represent a sum of 0 and 10?

One of the great things about arithmetic and addition is that, by definition, there is only one number that represents the sum of 0 and 10: and that is 10. There are not two such numbers.

# What is the next number in the sequence -2 -4 -10?

-- If the rule is "triple it and add 2", then the next number is -28 . -- If the rule is "subtract three times as much as you subtracted last time", then it's still -28 . -- If the rule is "double it and subtract 2 more than you subtracted last time", then it's -24 . -- If the rule is… "square it and subtract 18 more than you subtracted last time", then it's +56 . There are many different rules that can generate -2, -4, -10 . . . an infinite number, I think. We need one more term of the sequence. That would let us see the rule applied twice, and we could narrow it down and pick the right rule. (MORE)

# What are the next two numbers in this sequence and what is the pattern -5 3 -2 -1 0?

They are -30 and -147. My rule is U n = (-25n 4 + 326n 3 - 1487n 2 + 2746n - 1680)/24 for n = 1, 2, 3, ...

# Why a number with 0 in the ones place is divisible by 10?

The number immediately to the left of the ones place is the tens place or the 10 1 place. Since the value of any digit, d, there would be d*10 1 = d*10, it will be divisible by 10. The next number to the left is the hundreds place or the 10 2 place. Since the value of any digit, d, there would b…e d*10 2 = d*100, it will be divisible by 10. All the numbers further to the left have place values that are higher integer powers of 10 and so whatever the digit in that place, they will be divisible by 10. And so the answer follows. (MORE)

# What number comes next 1 3 10 34?

There are many possible answers because there are many ways of generating the sequence. One such is the cubic equation, U n = (4n 3 - 19n 2 + 33n - 16)/2 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... So U 5 = 87.

# How many combinations of 5 are there in 0 to 10 numbers?

There are a huge number of combinations of 5 numbers when using the numbers 0 through 10. There are 10 to the 5th power combinations of these numbers.

# What number comes next 1 0 -1 0?

It could be any number of your choice. Pick a number and I can find you a quartic (power 4) polynomial which will give the above four and your choice as the first five terms. But the simplest cubic rule is U n = (n 3 - 6n 2 + 8)/3 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... which gives U 5 = 5

# What number comes next in the sequence -1 0 1 8?

You cant solve the next term (next number) in this sequence. Youneed more terms, because this is either a "quadratic sequence", ora "linear and quadratic sequence", and you need more terms thanthis to solve a "linear and quadratic sequence" and for thisparticular "quadratic sequence" you would need …more terms to solventh term, which would solve what the next number is. If this is homework, check with your teacher if he wrote the wrongsum. (MORE)

# What is the next number in the sequence 1 2 0 3 -1?

Any number can be the next number. It is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 5 such that the first five numbers are as listed in the question followed by the chosen next number. There are also non-polynomial solutions. Short of reading the mind of the person who posed the question, t…here is no way of determining which of the infinitely many solutions is the "correct" one. The simplest solution, based on a polynomial of order 4 is t(n) = (-5n^4 + 58n^3 - 232n^2 + 371n -186)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... and accordingly, the next number is 44. (MORE)

# How do you work out what number is next in this sequence 0 7 26 63 124?

Any number that you choose can be the next number. It is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 5 such that the first five numbers are as listed in the question followed by the chosen next number. There are also non-polynomial solutions. Short of reading the mind of the person who posed… the question, there is no way of determining which of the infinitely many solutions is the "correct" one. You want 1 to be the next? Use the following rule: t(n) = (-107*n^5 + 1605*n^4 - 9035*n^3 + 24075*n^2 - 29318*n + 12780)/60. Want 10 to be next? Try t(n) = (-41*n^5 + 615*n^4 - 3461*n^3 + 9225*n^2 - 11234*n + 4896)/24. In fact, there is a simple answer here but you need to spot it and that is t(n) = n^3 - 1 (MORE)

# What fraction of the numbers from 0 to 100 are multiples of 10?

Numbers from 0 to 100 that are multiples of 10 are: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100. That's ten numbers, so the fraction of numbers from 1 to 100 that are multiples of 10 is 10/100. In simplest form it is 1/10.

# What is the pattern in 7 0 0 0 0 and what is the next number?

There are infinitely many polynomials of order 5 that will give these as the first five numbers and any one of these could be "the" rule. Short of reading the mind of the person who posed the question, there is no way of determining which of the infinitely many solutions is the "correct" one. And ea…ch one of these polynomials will give a different number as the next. So, any number that you choose can be the next number. The simplest solution, based on a polynomial of order 4, is U(n) = (7*n^4 - 98*n^3 + 497*n^2 - 1078*n + 840)/24. (MORE)

# What is the base 10 representation of 1110?

You have given no base for the 1110, so you'll have to do theconversion yourself by writing the place column values over thedigits: .
write 1 over the rightmost digit. .
start with the digit to the left of the rightmost digit: .
write the value over the digit to the right of the currentdigit mu…ltiplied by the base over the digit .
move left one digit .
if you have not run out of digits repeat from step 3. Now that you have written the place column values, the number 1110(in whatever base it is) can be converted to base 10 by summing allthe digits of the number multiplied by the place column value overit. eg if 1110 is in octal (base 8), this gives: 512___64___8___1 _1______1___1___0 â 1110 base 8 = 512 Ã 1 + 64 Ã 1 + 8 Ã 1 + 1 Ã 0 = 512 + 64 + 8 =584 in base 10. If the 1110 is not in base 8, you'll have to do the conversionyourself. You may notice that the place column value are 8 to the power ofthe number of columns to the left of the ones column: 512 = 8Â³ 64 = 8Â² 8 = 8Â¹ 1 = 8â° â 512__64__8__1 place column values are 8Â³__8Â²__8Â¹__8â° This is true of any base, eg base 10: 10Â³__10Â²__10Â¹__10â° is equivalent to 1000__100__10__1 so 1234 would be 1 Ã 1000 + 2 Ã 100 + 3 Ã 10 + 4 Ã 1. (MORE)