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sathi, you posted a wrong problem, whats wrong with you,

the sequence is 3, 7, 31, 211

NOT 3, 7, 32, 211,

so how did u prove that 3 , 7 31, 211

but the question was same in the exam paper.
31 not 32

but anyway how did u solve that ..

you posted 32 , scroll to your question

look at the problem you posted earlier you will find 32

oh... i mean 32 not 31

whats ur process

no, wait, admit that you posted an incorrect problem

ok...

look at the post , on the left, scroll down

follow me , one sec

wow i got answer

ok so the sequence 3, 7, 31, 211, is
1 + 2, 1 + 2 * 3 , 1 + 2 * 3 * 5 , 1 + 2*3*5*7

its option no.A...N

wait, lets do the sequence

what is special about 2,3,5,7

they are primes

so the next number will be 1 + 2*3*5*7*11 = 2311

2311, 30031, 510511

yea i agree with ur idea...thanks

how did you solve your MAMJAN problem?

its the series of month starting from M(march)

is that a code, letters mean numbers

haha

nice one

X % of Y is Y % of :
a.x b.y/100 c.x/100 d.100x

wait, this is an open question, the sequence before are called euclid numbers

are there an an infinite number of prime euclid numbers, E6 is not prime for example

my guess was a x

yes a

x is correct

but its c in book

x% of y = x/ 100 * y = x * y/100 = y% of x

oh , hmmmm

well another question.