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November 23rd, 2015, 08:23 AM   #1
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1) 1/1, 2/5, 4/9, 8/13, 16/17, ?
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2) ?, 5, 5, 0, 1, 0, 0, 2, 0, 0, 4, 0, 0
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3) 21/311 , 30/3000 , 19/109 , 35/?
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4) 15 124 115 14 121 119, 51 161 191 91 121 151 ?
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5) 78, 1516, 1314, 910, 1011, ?
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6) 13, 116, 121, 2411, 148, ?
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7) 37, 8, 98, 1, 311, 821, 541, ?
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8) 51, 74, 34, 51, 16, 56, 53, 26, 51, 18, ?
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9) 11, 23, 327, ?, 559049
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10) 16, 1, 272, 11, 0, 221, 51, 6, ?
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11) 513, 282, 315, 523, 181, ?
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12) 1 2 = 221, 222 ? = 11222222
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13) 625/420 , 15/20 , 34/570 , 12/50 , 25/?
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14) 100, 200, 411, ?, 1122
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15) 21, 42, 138, 1416, 32115, 64116, 1117128, ?
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16) 1000/1130 , 552/2512 , 6555/1635 , 227/?
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17) 75, 14, 25, 4 : 46, 66, 1 : 45, ?
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18) 337(1) , 9999927(-18) , 555531(?)
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19) 7, ?, 212, 8354, 24956, 637077
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20) 33, 49, 88, 74, 22, 2, 14, 32, ?, 4.5

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November 23rd, 2015, 08:26 AM   #2
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help me please!!
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November 23rd, 2015, 09:16 AM   #3
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Give someone a chance to respond, will you?

Bumping is rude. You will be visited by ravaging tonight.

Quite a list. I hope you don't have any plans for us to do all of them for you.

General hints: Look for prime numbers, squares of numbers, triangular numbers, arithmetic series, and geometric series. This won't solve them all, but they are good to check for.

Example:
1) The numerators are powers of 2. What about the denominators?

What do 12) , 17) and 18 ) mean? I can't make sense out of them.

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Some lateral thinking helps, but I've done only a few.

1) See above hints.
3) Possibly 8555.
5) The next value is 34 (then the whole sequence repeats).
12) 1
14) Possibly 611.
15) 1118256
16) 2217
18) 11
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November 23rd, 2015, 10:11 PM   #5
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I am very thank you. You really is good to find, but please, please help me finish them all. Once again, thank you very much. Please tell me about our results. Thanks.

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November 24th, 2015, 12:34 AM   #6
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My answers for questions 12 and 14 were wrong, albeit nearly right.

I can tell you that questions 6 and 9 are quite easy.

I know a few other answers, but I think we should stop doing these for you, as it would spoil things for other people.

What the questions are doing is hiding fairly simple principles in various ways that are sometimes quite tricky to spot, so try asking yourself what hiding method might have been used, bearing in mind any patterns that you notice.
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November 24th, 2015, 04:58 AM   #7
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My answers for questions 12 and 14 were wrong, albeit nearly right.

I can tell you that questions 6 and 9 are quite easy.

I know a few other answers, but I think we should stop doing these for you, as it would spoil things for other people.

What the questions are doing is hiding fairly simple principles in various ways that are sometimes quite tricky to spot, so try asking yourself what hiding method might have been used, bearing in mind any patterns that you notice.
I thank you very much and you can spend some of his spare time helping tui answer these questions, I really needed. and I also urge you to show me how to find the end or a rule or something that helps me understand more and I can do the same through all your guidance
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November 24th, 2015, 05:16 AM   #8
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please help me find out all results thanks
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November 24th, 2015, 05:19 AM   #9
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You need to post some of your work. This site is not here to provide answers, but to provide assistance.
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November 24th, 2015, 06:51 AM   #10
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You need to post some of your work. This site is not here to provide answers, but to provide assistance.
Yes, but I cannot think how to do them and I need help from you guys. Thanks.

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