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Find The Next Number 6 june

Find The Next Number

What are the next three numbers in this series?

4, 6, 12, 18, 30, 42, 60, 72, 102, 108, ?, ?, ?


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46 comments:

  1. REAL TOUGH ONE

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    1. It's the number coming in between twin primes...... For example 6 is coming between 5 and 7

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    2. 114, 126, 138

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    3. isn't it just like 126

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  2. 138, 150, 180, 192, 198, 228, 240, 270, 282....

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  3. 132,138,150.....

    if x is the number in the series, then x-1 and x+1 are the prime numbers

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    1. 133 is not prime ..19x7 = 133 .. :P

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  4. 4, 6, 12, 18, 30, 42, 60, 72, 102, 108 which
    are the middle numbers of twin primes (3, 5), (5, 7), (11, 13), (17, 19), (29, 31), (41, 43)....
    So the answers are 138(137,139), 150(149,151), 180(179,181)...

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    1. perfect buddy

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    2. Still wrong due to the wording of the riddle. It asks for the next 3 numbers, not the next 3 sets of numbers. Any answer beyond 138 demonstrates a comprehension error.

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  5. lite thesuko !!

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  6. pls give me next nuber....35,28,29,94,83.............

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  7. what is souliotion

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    1. chk link
      http://solution-dailybrainteaser.blogspot.com/2011/06/find-next-number-6-june.html

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  8. 114.124.136

    Addition of the numbers loops and it gets reduced one addition everytime the loop restarts. So this time it is 6+6+12+12... instead of 2+6+6+12+12

    Sorry for bad english.

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  9. such a waste question

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  10. thokku time waste

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  11. 114,120,126 this is right answer friends

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  12. its a real tough one,not so easy to solve

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  13. It is a simple calculation add them all together find the value of off all the numbers then subtract it from the next number and divide by nearest prime number then half it and half it again then square it an that's your answer. Easy her.

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  14. List the prime numbers in sequence starting from 5. Subtract one from each prime and that yields this number sequence. You can find the missing three numbers easily now...

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  15. The answer is 138, 150, and 180

    4,6,12,18,30,42,60,72,102,108,138,150,180

    when you subtract 1 from each number you get all prime numbers

    3,5,11,17,29,41,59,71,101,107,137,149,179

    and when you add 1 to each number you get all prime numbers

    5,7,13,19,31,43,61,73,103,109,139,151,181,

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  16. Analyzing further, the sequence is...

    4, 6, 12, 18, 30, 42, 60, 72, 102, 108, 138, 150, 180, 192, 198, 228, 240, 270, 282, 312, 348, 420, 432,

    and the distance between the numbers are....

    2, 6, 6, 12, 12, 18, 12, 30, ((6, 30, 12, 30, 12,)) (( 6, 30, 12, 30, 12,)) 30, 36, 72, 12,

    I've found some patterns, but can't seem to find a pattern in the 2,6,6, 12 sequence. Can anyone else help me?

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    1. u r right frnd....i too find some patterns...that is 2,6,6,12,12,18,12,30,
      the alternate series..2,6,12,12,6,2
      and also 6,12(6*2),18(6*3),30(6*5).... the next may be 6*7 if taken as a odd series... or 6*8( if 2+1,3+2,5+3
      so the answer is 150,152,206,or 156,158,230
      this is also the right one..... there is no exact answer for this Question...

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  17. easy 114, 120, 126

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  18. ok I get the distance I tried that I got the prime numbers but I still don't understand why is it the number from 108 gone to 138

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  19. 4,6,12,18,30,42,60,72,102,108
    Diving by 6 from the second one ...
    1,2,3,5,7,10,12,17,18
    Now the relation...
    12 = 6 * (2/1)
    18=6*(3/2)
    30=18*(5/3) ...
    x th number = (x-1) th number * ((xth number/6)/((x-1) th number/6))

    but i am not sure how could i include 4 in this series ... with this logic the next number will be 114...

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  20. : ( I don't really get it... Some of your theories make sense...

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  21. Chandra mouli, IndiaMarch 16, 2015 at 7:25 PM

    138,192,198.The logic is, the number inbetween twin primes

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