**Missing Number in this Sequence - 17 August**

Can you discover the missing number in this series?

37, 10, 82

29, 11, 47

96, 15, 87

42, ?, 15

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Can you discover the missing number in this series?

37, 10, 82

29, 11, 47

96, 15, 87

42, ?, 15

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6

ReplyDeletesum of digits of 1st and 2nd number

correct

Delete6..sum of digits of both the numbers at the right and left individually

ReplyDelete4+2 = 1+5 = 6

ReplyDeleteso, 6

6

ReplyDeleteCORRECT ANURAG JI.

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ReplyDeleteganga jyotish anusandhan kendra

ReplyDeleteI need help with 3rd grade math ;/ 700,60,8,?,?,?,4900,?

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ReplyDeleteGood puzzle, but not a sequence. If it was a sequence there would be a logical fourth number.

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ReplyDelete33

ReplyDeleteCan you tell why 33 ?

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