What # is Next?
|Fun:|| (2.26) |
|Difficulty:|| (3.04) |
What number is next in the sequence? Why?
8, 31, 77, 156, ?
Comments on this teaser
|Posted by ErIn_RuLeS||09/08/05|
|i got it!!!! YAY!!!!!!!! :lol:
kepp them comin...|
|Posted by Aarghonauts||09/08/05|
|Even after looking at the answer I don't understand it...Explain!!! I'm pretty good at math, at least I thought so until this puzzle???!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:|
|Posted by Caim||09/09/05|
|For those of you that don't know,
PI = Diameter / Radius
It used for the area of a circled:
Area = PI * r ^ 2|
|Posted by onlyeeyore||09/12/05|
|I guess my mind won't work in rounding with these series things. I'll have to add another dimension to my problem-solving, where every 8 could be 8.82...
|Posted by brainster||09/13/05|
|I did it another way and got 280,b y checking the diff between the numbers and the diff between those numbers and then adding back to reach the next no. Wonder if that made any sense ! :D|
|Posted by Caim||09/13/05|
|Not much :D :D :P :P|
|Posted by stupid||09/16/05|
| :-? your 2nd # doesnt make sense 3*3*3=27 not 31|
|Posted by Gizzer||09/17/05|
|It's not 3 cubed, stupid (that's your name, not an insult :) ) it's 3 to the power of pi. Not the same at all.|
|Posted by Caim||09/17/05|
|Thanks for all the comments :D|
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