AAA B D EEEE
Series teasers are where you try to complete the sequence of a series of letters, numbers or objects.
What comes next in this sequence?
AAA B D EEEE FFF G HHH I J KKK
Each term uses the number of straight lines in each letter. An L has two straight lines, therefore, two L's are shown.
Jul 18, 2002
|but by the way the I is writen, shouldn't it have three I's then?|
Jul 18, 2002
|I'm with Paranoid on this one - The font being used adds a few lines to each letter. For instance, the "K" actually has 7 straight lines in it. Four of them can be ignored because in typical hand writing they aren't used, but the top and bottom line in an "I" are used. I think there should be three "I's", too (and maybe two "J's"). That's my opinion, anyway. Not a bad teaser otherwise.|
Oct 17, 2002
|I think that there should definetly not be two "J", for the riddle involves straight lines and the "J" only has the one for the top.|
Oct 21, 2002
Oct 21, 2003
|There seems to be a problem in the way browsers display these types of teasers. I am seeing exactly what arij says. I have no extra bits displayed by the font on my computer.|
Feb 28, 2005
|It makes sence but a lot of the letters have small lines like the g that has 2 not 1 and the k that has 7 not 3. and the i should have been written 3 times not 1. so it's not technically right.|
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