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  • 5 years ago

6 7 9 8 6 8 ? a)6 b)7 c)8 d)10 find the missing term.

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  1. anonymous
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    trying to see it - you have any ideas?

  2. anonymous
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    or do you know the answer?

  3. anonymous
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    yea i guess it would be 10 but not entirely sure

  4. anonymous
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    i guess 10////cuz...868-678=190 and similarly adding 190 in 868 it gives 1050 where 10 is the first term but m not sure...

  5. anonymous
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    ah i mean 679 in 678..

  6. anonymous
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    hmmm. wow I wouldn't have thought it'd be that deep lol. or rather, that it would take combinations of the numbers into account.

  7. anonymous
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    I'm trying to figure out some kind of series/mathematical explanation for the dip though

  8. anonymous
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    i.e. if n=0, f(n) = 6 n=1, f(n) = 7 n =2, f(n) = 9 n = 3 , f(n) = 8

  9. anonymous
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    well make u clear that where i got this problem....

  10. anonymous
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    well m the student preparing for medicine and have to go through this type question for the entrance though m not the student of math...so its an IQ based question that need math in somehow..

  11. anonymous
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    r u there?

  12. anonymous
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    It doesn't need math, on the off chance that you know that those numbers represent the letters in the days of the week the test deems you smart...lol

  13. anonymous
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    lol

  14. anonymous
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    hmmm, was he serious? lol I'm still not seeing it.

  15. anonymous
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    yea i guess 6 would be correct answer . as he said.

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