6, 6, 7, 9, 8,...
Series teasers are where you try to complete the sequence of a series of letters, numbers or objects.
6, 6, 7, 9, 8...
What are the next two numbers?
6, 8. The number of letters in each day of the week, starting with Sunday.
Jan 23, 2002
|Numerically the answer can also be|
The first set of numbers is increasing by one, the second set of numbers is increasing by 3.
Feb 26, 2004
|not many people use the days of the week for series teasers...|
May 18, 2005
Dec 10, 2005
|i dont get it... |
Dec 11, 2005
|without the hint it's nearly impossible.|
Apr 08, 2006
|that was weird like it shouldnt go in the series catagories yeah.. confusing|
Apr 23, 2006
|Fantatsic I LOVE maths series/problems like this!! I learnt a similar series in year 7 at school, and I know the series' have a certain name *is thinking furiously trying to remember it* lol. I wondered if it was days of the week at first but starting with monday didn't work, then i suddenly thought of starting with sunday and I got it! Please carry on creating teasers like this, they're brilliant! That's really cool that you've made me revise something I hadn't realised I'd remembered lol, thanks a bunch! |
May 18, 2006
|Honestly the Calendar hint isn't a good hint! that makes people think of months such as i did! but i also realize that there isn't any other real way to give a hint on it! so it could go both ways i guess! But on the other hand GrEaT tEaSeR!|
May 19, 2006
|ya... um... it was good... i guess...|
it was nicely done...
Jun 02, 2006
|Thst was pretty hard.|
Aug 20, 2006
|that was hard.... but its a very creative teaser.|
Oct 27, 2006
|Hard... But fun!|
May 21, 2007
|I'm with neil5280 on this one. I thought it was 12, 9. Hard yet unrewarding. thanks.|
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