# What comes next 2 6 20 70 252 924?

# What number comes next 2-4-8-10-20-22?

44 this is based on a sequence of doubling the initial number then adding 2 to that result.

# Which number should come next in the following sequence 2-6-3-8-6-12?

The sequence indicates that one number is added to the previous number to find the value of the next number. Example 1 (+0) - 1 (+1) - 2 (+1) - 3 (+2) - 5 (+3) - 8 (+5) - 13. The next number in the sequence would be 21 (13 + 8).

# What number comes next in the series 1-1-2-6-24?

I believe it is 120. * * * * * That is a belief which may or may not be justified. I suggest 76, with the following justification: Fit the polynomial t(n) = (9x 4 - 82x 3 + 279x 2 -398x + 216)/24 for n = 1, 2, 3, etc.

# What number comes next in the sequence 1 2 6 42 1806?

Option 1 The sequence is found by multiplying each term by the number onegreater than itself. First, 1 * 2 = 2. Then, 2 * 3 = 6. Then, 6 * 7= 42, and so on. n*(n+1) = x (where n equals the previous x) 1*(1+1) = 2 2*(2+1) = 6 6*(6+1) = 42 42*(42+1) = 1806 1806*(1806 +1) = 3,263,442 . Another… way to consider it is that each term is being squared thenadded plus the original amount, so the second term will be equal tothe first term squared, then add the first term. We find the equation (n^2) + n , where n is the previous term. So the next term is again 3,263,442 . Option 2 For this option, we take each number and multiply it bythe subsequent prime number, beginning in the same values and thendiverging from the first choice. First we take 1 and multiply it by the smallest prime greater thanitself - 2, and get 2. The next prime after 2 is 3 which gives us 2 * 3 = 6. Six times the next prime, 7, gives us 42. The number 42 times its nearest greater prime of 43 gives us 1806. Finally, 1806 times the next prime number (which is 1811) gives us 3,270,666 . Option 3 The third approach to this series is a long process butseems logical too. Lets start. The original series is: 1, 2, 6, 42, 1806, ? The second digit can be derived by multiplying the first digit by2. Then the third digit can be derived by multiplying the seconddigit by 3. Then the fourth digit is third digit times 7. The fifthis fourth digit multiplied by 43. So we had a second string of series of multipliers which consists:2,3,7,43,? To get the fifth multiplier, a pattern can be seen from thisseries. The second digit is first digit is multiplied by 1 plus 1.The third digit is second digit multiplied by 2 plus 1. The fourthdigit is third digit multiplied by 6 plus 1. This in turn has created the sequence 1, 2, 6 which in thesequential nature of these sequences seems to be created bymultiplying by subsequent integers. So the next term would be 6 * 4= 24. Going back to the multipliers we find that the fifth digit is 1033(24 * 43). 2, 3, 7, 43, 1033 Again, the second digit is the first digit multiplied by 1 plus 1.The third digit is the second digit multiplied by 2 plus 1. Thefourth digit is the third digit multiplied by 6 plus 1. The fifthdigit is now the fourth digit multiplied by 24 plus 1. Now lets go back to the original series: 1, 2, 6, 42, 1806, ? Now we see the sixth digit is the fifth digit multiplied by 1033which gives us 1,865,598 . * * * * * Yet another possibility is to fit a polynomial to the givensequence. There are infinitely many polynomials of order 5 or abovebut consider T(n) = (1667n^4 - 16554n^3 + 57685n^2 - 82158n + 39384)/24. For n = 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 it gives the required 5 numbers and T(6) =8661. In reality, short of reading the mind of the person who posed thequestion, there is no way of determining which of the infinitelymany solutions is the "correct" one. 3,263,442 10,650,056,950,806 etc The formula is X 2 + X Simplest way is: n=n*(n+1). 3,263,442 How to get it: 1 , 1 *( 1 + 1 ), 2 ( 2 + 1 ), 6 ( 6 + 1 ), 42 ( 42 + 1 ), 1806 ( 1806 + 1 ) = 1 , 2 , 6 , 42 , 1806 , 3263442 The pattern is each number multiplied by the next number, and then do the same for the answer. == other way:1 212*1/2=6 .... 1 2 6126*2/6=42 ..... 1 2 6 4212642*6/42=1806 .... 1 2 6 42 180612642186*42/1806= 2940042 .... 1 2 6 42 1806 2940042 There are at least two possible answers: 1. You could fit the polynomial function: t n = (1667n 4 - 16554n 3 + 57685n 2 - 82158n + 39384)/24 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... Following the logic, the 6th term is 8661. 2. One alternative is t 1 = 1 and t n+1 = t n *(t n + 1) for n = 1, 2, 3, ... That definition gives the next term as 3,263,442. There are many other solutions. 1806*1807=3263442 3,263,442 comes after 1806. The series is formed by a number multiplying itself increased by 1. Here is the equation: X(X+1) Y 1(1+1) 2 2(2+1) 6 6(6+1) 42 42(42+1) 1806 1806(1806+1) 3,263,442 In simpler numbers, 1 X 2 2 2 X 3 6 6 X 7 42 42 X 43 1806 1806 X 1807 3,263,442 3263442. The progression is n(n+1). 1 2 6 42 1'806 3'263'442 10'650'056'960'806 1st is 1 2nd is 1st*(1st+1) -> 1*2 3rd is 2nd*(2nd+1) -> 2*3 4th is 3rd*(3rd+1) -> 6*7 5th is 4th*(4th+1) -> 42*43 ... and so on 3263442 .
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# 2 7 13 20 28 What comes next?

37, this sequence counts up from 5 the difference between 2 and 7. the difference between 20 and 28 is 8 making the next number 9, and 28 and 9 = 37.

# These numbers follow a pattern 2 7 13 20 28 What comes next?

37, 47, 58, 70, ... Each time the difference in the sequence increases by 1. From 2 to 7, we increase by 5 From 7 to 13, we increase by 6 From 13 to 20, we increase by 7 From 20 to 28, we increase by 8 From 28 to 37, we increase by 9, etc..

# What is the next number in this sequence 0 2 6 12 20 30 42 56?

Pattern: Start with 0, add 2, then add 4, then add 6, then add 8,... The last term should have 16 added to it, so the next term will be 72.

# What number comes next in the series 1 2 -3 -4 5 6 -7 -8?

I believe it is the number 9, because it has a pattern of positive number, positive number, negative number, negative number, in ascending order.

# Which number comes next 2 7 13 20 28?

37. In the sequence 2, 7, 13, 20, 28... each number in the pattern increases 1 more than that previous incrament, starting with 5 from 2 to 7. 2 7 13 20 28 37 47 58 70 83 97...

# 2-7-13-20-28-what number comes next?

37, it is 4+1 from the first number and 4+2 from the second number then 4+3 from third so on....

# 7 6 4 6 2 6 1 6 what number comes next?

The ans. should be 1. as the series is 7 6 4 6 2 6 1 6..... here u can see that all the alternate no. r 6 & 7 4 2 1 forms another series in which difference between two adjecent no. goes on decreasing from 3-2-1-0. so 1-0=1. so the ans should be 1.

# What number comes next in the sequence 1 2 6 1806?

Any number that you choose can be the next number. It is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 4 such that the first four 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. The simplest sequence, based on a polynomial of order 3, is U(n) = (1793*n^3 - 10749*n^2 + 19702*n - 10740)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... and accordingly, the next number is 7195. (MORE)

# What number comes next 1-2-4-8-10-20-22?

44 because you add two and then you multiply by two 1*2=2 2+2=4 4*2=8 8+2=10 10*2=20 20+2=22 22*2=44...etc

# 2 7 13 20 28 what comes next in the pattern?

37 . The difference between two consecutive numbers goes on increasing. 7-2= 5 ; 13-7= 6 ; 20-13= 7 ; 28-20= 8 ; 37-28= 9 ...and so on.

# 70 percent of what number is 252?

70 percent of what number (call the number "x") is 252, so; 0.7 * x = 252 x = 252 / 0.7 x = 360

# What is next 20 5 30 6 42 7?

56 i think :) there's two sequences in this! 1st sequence: 20, 30, 42,... 2nd sequence: 5,6,7,... the first sequence goes up by the rule 2n+8 (in easier words it goes up in 10, 12, 14, 16 , 18,20, ....) and the second sequence goes up by one each time e.g. 5, 6,7,8,... hope this helped… :)x (MORE)

# In the series 2 7 13 20 28 Which number comes next?

37. The difference between the 1st and 2nd term is 5, the difference between the 2nd and 3rd term is 6, the difference between the 3rd and 4th term is 7, etc. The next term is +9 from the last term given.

# What number comes next in sequence 1-2-6-24?

Those numbers are the factorials: 1 = 1 2 = 1 x 2 3 = 1 x 2 x 3 4 = 1 x 2 x 3 x 4 etc.

# What number comes next 2 4 6 8 16?

42, if you fit the quartic: 0.25*(x 4 - 10x 3 + 35x 2 - 42x + 24)

# What comes next 1 2 3 6 7 14 15?

The next number in the sequence would be 30. The general rule is multiply by 2, then add 1. 1 x 2 = 2 2 + 1 = 3 3 x 2 = 6 6 + 1 = 7 7 x 2 = 14 14 + 1 = 15 15 x 2 = 30

# What number comes next in the sequence 2 1 4 3 6 6 8 10?

My guess is 10. This is how I figured it out: If you start with 2, and skip every other number you find this sequence 2,4,6,8, so the next one would be ten if counting by two's. Now do the same & start with 1. Skipping every other number you find this sequence 1,3,6,10. This sequence is +2, then… +3, then +4, and so on. So the next one would +5 or 15. Using all of this the sequence would now look like this: 2,1,4,3,6,6,8,10, 10,15,12,21 ,....and so on. (MORE)

# What number comes next in the series 6-1-6-2-6-4-6-8-6?

6 - 1 - 6 - 2 - 6 - 4 - 6 - 8 - 6 - 16 - 6 - 32 - 6 - 64 - 6 - 128 - 6

# What comes next 4 3 6 8 13 20?

32 Other than the first two numbers, succesive numbers are formed by adding the two previous numbers and subtracting 1. 4 + 3 - 1 = 6 3 + 6 - 1 = 8 6 + 8 - 1 = 13 8 + 13 - 1 = 20 13 + 20 - 1 = 32

# What comes next in this sequence 1 1 3 2 4 6 5 25?

Here is the pattern: square the number, add two, subtract one, square the number, add two, subtract one, square the number, etc. So we just squared the five to get twenty five. We add two and get the next number in the sequence: 27 .

# Why is the prime factor of 924 have a 2 in parentheses?

The distinct prime factors of 924 are 2, 3, 7 and 11. You might include a 2 in parentheses after the two to show that the two happens twice in the prime factorization.

# What number comes next in this series 3 2 6 4 9 6 12 8?

15. You need to first find both patterns. from 3 to 2 to 6 is: -1, +4 from 6 to 4 to 9 is: -2, +5 from 9 to 6 to 12 is: -3, +6 from 12 to 8 to .... is: -4, .... Now that you can see the pattern (-1, -2, -3 and +4, +5, +6) you can apply it to the next number

# What number comes next in this number sequence 20 5 30 6 4 2 7?

552 The sequence is U n = (125n 6 - 3131n 5 + 31065n 4 - 154445n 3 + 399010n 2 - 496304n + 228480)/240 for n = 1, 2, 3, ...

# What comes next in this series 1 1 3 2 4 6 5 25?

It appears that the pattern is a) square the number b) add 2 c) subtract 1. This suggests the next number will be 27.

# What is the next term in this sequence 7 12 30 70 141 252?

Given any number, it is always possible to find apolynomial of degree 6 that will fit the above numbers and theadditional given number. The simplest position to value rule, in polynomial form, for theabove sequence is U n = (3n 3 - 5n 2 + 4n - 12)/2 for n= 1, 2, 3, ... and accordingly, U 7 =… 412. (MORE)

# What comes next with 1 1 2 4 6?

Any number, of yuor choice can be next. It is always possible tofind a position-to-value rule in the form of a polynomial of order5 that will fit the above values and any other value. The polynomial of order 4 that will fit the above values is U n = (-n 4 + 10n 3 - 23n 2 + 14n + 24)/24 for n = 1…, 2, 3, ... and accordingly, the next number is 6. (MORE)

# What number comes next in this pattern and what is the rule 0 2 6 3 5 9 6 8?

add 2, add 4, take away 3. I don't know if it has a name.

# What number comes next in the sequence 2 10 4 8 40 16 6?

Given any number, it is possible to find apolynomial of order 7 that will fit the above values followed bythe selcted number. You can fit the 6th degree polynomial U n = (88n 6 - 1992n 5 +17515n 4 - 75750n 3 + 168157n 2 -179298n + 71640)/180 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... Using this polynomial as the… position-to-value rule, the nextnumber is 842. (MORE)

# What comes next 6 5 -4 -2?

30, and the rule is U n = (19n 3 - 138n 2 + 275n - 120)/6

# What comes next 1 1 2 6?

It is possible to find a quartic (power 4) equation that will gothrough these four points and any number of yourchoice as the fifth. However, to keep things simple, the following equation indicatesthat the next number is 15. U n = n*(2n 2 - 9n + 13)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ...

# What is the next number in sequence 2 6 20?

The next number is 70 . The sequence is the central spine numbers of Pascal's Triangle (see related link and related question below).

# What comes next in this series 1 2 6 6 3 9?

50. The position to value rule used is U n = (3n 5 - 5n 4 - 285n 3 + 1745n 2 - 3138n + 1800)/120 for n = 1, 2, 3, ...

# What number should come next at the end of this series 1-12 1-6 1-3 2-3?

4/3 or 1 1 / 3 4/3 or 1 1 / 3 4/3 or 1 1 / 3 4/3 or 1 1 / 3

# What is the next number 3 -6 12 4 20?

There are infinitely many possible solutions. One possible answeris 213 which is the next number generated by the rule: Un = (103n4 - 1242n3 + 5201n2 - 8670n + 4680)/24

# What number comes next 0 2 6 0 7 77 64 81?

There are infinitely many different polynomials of degree 8 thatwill fit all the numbers of the above sequence. Each will generatea different number as the next one in the sequence.

# What number comes next in the following sequence 2 4 8 10 20?

There are infinitely many rules that can generate the abovesequence and it is always possible to find one which will give anynumber of your choice as the next. One possible rule is U n = (7n 4 - 78n 3 +305n 2 - 450n + 240)/12 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... and thatgives the next number as 62.

# What is the next number in the sequence 10 20 30 41 54 70 90?

Given any number it is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 7 such that the first seven numbers are as listed in the question and the eighth is the given number. That is, it is easy to find a rule so that any number can be the "next" in the sequence. However, the simplest rule he…re is the following polynomial of order 3: U n = (n 3 - 6n 2 + 71n - 6)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... Accordingly, U 8 = 115. (MORE)

# 5 20 24 6 2 8 find next term in the series?

I am assuming that the question is about a sequence, not a series. The two are related but are not the same. Given any number it is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 6 such that the first six numbers are as listed in the question and the next is the given number. There are also …non-polynomial solutions. The simplest polynomial of order 5 is U n = (-87n 5 + 1540n 4 - 9965n 3 + 28460n 2 - 34228n + 14880)/120 where n = 1, 2, 3, ... Accordingly, the next number is -107. (MORE)

# What are the release dates for Degrassi The Next Generation - 2001 Here Comes Your Man Part 2 6-2?

Degrassi The Next Generation - 2001 Here Comes Your Man Part 2 6-2 was released on: USA: 29 September 2006 Canada: 28 November 2006

# What number comes next 3-6-10-20-24?

The next number in this list would be 48. The reason this is the case is because the pattern is double to getthe next number, then add 4 to get the next, then repeat. So 3 to 6 is a double, +4 gets you to 10. Double 10 to get 20, add4 to get to 24. Double 24 to get 48, and then to continue you'd ge…t52, then 104, 108, 216 and so on (MORE)

# What comes next 1 3 2 6 4 9?

Given any number it is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 6 such that the first six numbers are as listed in the question and the next is the given number. There are also non-polynomial solutions. The simplest pule, using a polynomial of degree 5 is T(n) = (43*n^5 - 740*n*4 + 476…5*n^3 - 14140*n^2 + 19072*n - 8880)/120 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... Accordingly, the next term is 101. (MORE)

# What comes next after 0 2 3 6 7 1?

Any number that you choose can be the next number. It is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial of order 6 such that the first six 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. In this particular example, the simplest solution, based on a polynomial or order 5, is t(n) = (6n^5 - 125n^4 + 920n^3 - 2995n^2 + 4474n - 2280)/120 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... and, accordingly, the next term is -12. (MORE)

# What comes next with 7 6 4 6 2 6 1 6?

Any number that you choose can be the next number. It is easy to find a rule based on a polynomial such that the given 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. Here, one possible solution is that all the numbers in even position are 6 and for those in the odd positions, U(2n-1) = (n^2 - 16*n + 71)/8, for n = 1, 3, 5, 7, ... and accordingly, the next term is 1. (MORE)

# What comes next in this pattern 3 -6 12 4 20?

13 Starting with the number three, the pattern appears to be :- Subtract 9 then add 2 x 9 which generates -6, 12 Subtract 8 then add 2 x 8 which generates 4, 20 So the next steps are, subtract 7 then add 2 x 7 to produce 13, 27.

# What number can go into 924 and 6?

The factors of 6 are: 1, 2, 3, 6 The factors of 924 are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 11, 12, 14, 21, 22, 28, 33, 42, 44, 66, 77, 84,132, 154, 231, 308, 462, 924 The common factors are: 1, 2, 3, 6

# What number comes next 9 12 5 20?

As U{n} = (-47nâ´ + 598nÂ³ - 2533nÂ² + 4190n - 1992)/24 The next term U5 is (-47 Ã 5â´ + 598 Ã 5Â³ - 2533 Ã 5Â² + 4190 Ã 5 -1992)/24 = 42 ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Alternatively, it may be two arithmetic sequences interlace…d: 9, 5,-1, ... interlaced with 12, 20, 28, ..., ie the sequence is {9, 12,5, 20, -1, 28, ...} making the next term -1. In fact, you can have ANY number you want to come next. Give me anumber and I'll give you a formula that gives that number, eg: U{n} = (-45nâ´ + 514nÂ³ - 2019nÂ² + 3170n - 1512)/12 âU5 = (-45 Ã 5â´ + 514 Ã 5Â³ - 2019 Ã 5Â² + 3170 Ã 5 - 1512)/12 = -1 (MORE)