**Hard Number Sequence Problem - 15 July**

What Come next in sequence

1 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 9 , 11 ?

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1 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 9 , 11 ?

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THE answer is TWELVE!!

ReplyDelete100

Delete15.

ReplyDeleteSPELL NUMBERS AND LOOK FOR A ALBHABET

ReplyDelete15

ReplyDeletenext number is: 100

ReplyDelete15.

ReplyDelete1,4,5,6,7,9,11,?

6+7 = 13

5+9 = 14

4+11 = 15

1+? = 16

15

DeleteAvoiding numbers having "t" in its spelling, so next is 100, 101, 104, 105

ReplyDeleteSuper ans dude..!!!

Deletecan you please update the answer for this puzzle?

ReplyDeleteThe solution page is not available at the moment.

added

DeleteWhat a stupid sequence puzzle it can have both solution 15 and 100.

ReplyDeletethe answer is 15

ReplyDeletei think :O

Fifteen has a T in it the next number is 100 because it doesn't have a T

DeletePlz can you add some more quetions like this 1????

ReplyDeleteI like how these problems are but these are not (termanized) sequences so even though most of you solved it, you still would be very difficult to find the term 100 sequences after.

ReplyDeleteI like how these problems are but these are not (termanized) sequences so even though most of you solved it, you still would be very difficult to find the term 100 sequences after.

ReplyDeleteI like how these problems are but these are not (termanized) sequences so even though most of you solved it, you still would be very difficult to find the term 100 sequences after.

ReplyDelete13

ReplyDeleteit should not be called a MATHS sequence problem

ReplyDeleteit's could also be 13

ReplyDeleteexplanation:

1,4,5,6,7,9,11,13 means:

3,1,1,1,2, 2 ,2

there are three 1's

and one 3

3+1+1+1=6

2+2+?=6

?=2

1,000,000 would fit in the series

ReplyDelete