**Series Problem**1, 2, 5, 14, 41, x

Whats x ??

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ha ha ha...its quite simple!!

ReplyDeletethe answer is 122,

as the series pattern is based on the formula...

(x*3)-1

122

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ReplyDeleteAnswer is 122

ReplyDeleteSree

122

ReplyDeleteanswer is 122

ReplyDelete122

ReplyDeletediff b/w each term is in the form of 3 raise to power that is.1,3,9,27,81..

therefore

41+81=122

122

ReplyDelete(x*3)-1

122

ReplyDelete122

ReplyDeletethe difference of the numbers keeps increasing in powers of 3

so

41+81=122

122 is only one of the infinite "correct" answers. It can be anything you want, integers - positive or negative, fractions - proper and improper, irrational numbers, -- even imaginary numbers and complex numbers.

ReplyDelete122

ReplyDelete