# What comes next 2 6 20 70 252 924?

# 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.

# 1 3 2 5 6 what comes next?

8 7 10 11 13. 13256 is 5 numbers, in a combination.

# What comes next in sequence of 6 13 20 27?

It's, 7n+6

# 2..3...4...5...6.. What Comes Next?

Seven. (7)

# 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 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.

# 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 othe…r 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.

# What comes next 6 5 -4 -2?

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

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# 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 fol…lowing equation indicatesthat the next number is 15. U n = n*(2n 2 - 9n + 13)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ...

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# 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).

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# What number comes next 2 6 12 20 30?

42

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# 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 c…hosen 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. 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.

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# What comes next 2 6 10 14?

18 add 4 each time