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37, 47, 58, 70, ...

Each time the difference in the sequence increases by 1.

From 2 to 7, we increase by 5

From 7 to 13, we increase by 6

From 13 to 20, we increase by 7

From 20 to 28, we increase by 8

From 28 to 37, we increase by 9, etc..

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4 I think its 4. Otherwise it is just a randomly selected series of numbers O_o. Like These numbers follow a pattern 43087048520394560376092 What comes next? I think its just made up. Theres no answer. 4 I think its 4. Otherwise it is just a randomly selected series of numbers O_o. Like These numbers follow a pattern 43087048520394560376092 What comes next? I think its just made up. Theres no answer.

The pattern is +5, -7... the answer is 6

sorry I posted this by mistake

f, s, e, t First initials of even numbers

One number does not make a pattern - no matter how big it is. No pattern so no next numbers in the pattern.

The pattern is add three and then multiply by three. The next number is 174.

what are the next numbers in the pattern 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13,_,_

The pattern of these numbers is the square numbers. Therefore, following 42 = 16 comes 52 = 25, 62 = 36, 72 = 49.

18 is the answer. The pattern is alternating adding and subtracting the list of prime numbers.

There is no "next" number since numbers are infinitely dense.The next integer is 102015302551.

There is no next number since numbers are infinitely dense. The next integer is 51019324971.

what would be the next two numbers in this pattern 5 -30 180 -1080

The pattern goes -1 x5 so the next number is 19x5 which is 95

A single number, such as 32168421 does not make a pattern!

25, 36, 49, 64 are the next numbers.

13 & 21

The numbers are being squared: 32 = 9 92 = 81 812 = 6561 65612 = 43046721

21 The pattern is 121, 12321, 1234321

the next three numbers are 180 540 and 1620=)

Numbers are infinitely dense. That means that there are infinitely many numbers between any two numbers.So, if you said 22074410.5 was the next, what about 22074410.25But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.225But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.2225and so on, forever.Each number is greater than 22074110, that is after it, but is before the earlier attempt to find the "next".The integer, not number, that comes after is 22074111.Numbers are infinitely dense. That means that there are infinitely many numbers between any two numbers.So, if you said 22074410.5 was the next, what about 22074410.25But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.225But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.2225and so on, forever.Each number is greater than 22074110, that is after it, but is before the earlier attempt to find the "next".The integer, not number, that comes after is 22074111.Numbers are infinitely dense. That means that there are infinitely many numbers between any two numbers.So, if you said 22074410.5 was the next, what about 22074410.25But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.225But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.2225and so on, forever.Each number is greater than 22074110, that is after it, but is before the earlier attempt to find the "next".The integer, not number, that comes after is 22074111.Numbers are infinitely dense. That means that there are infinitely many numbers between any two numbers.So, if you said 22074410.5 was the next, what about 22074410.25But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.225But that is not the next, because what about 22074410.2225and so on, forever.Each number is greater than 22074110, that is after it, but is before the earlier attempt to find the "next".The integer, not number, that comes after is 22074111.

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It's a pattern of odd numbers- so... nine is next, then eleven, and so on. 1-3-5-7-9-11....

The difference between the successive numbers is 4. so the next three numbers could be 4, 0 and -4.

There should only be four numbers in the question: 3, 9, 81 and 6561. Then the fifth is 43046721.

The pattern is multiply by -1, add 5, repeat. The next three numbers are: -7, -2, 2