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Finding the Missing Numbers in a Sequence


Date: 11/30/95 at 20:24:12
From: Anonymous
Subject: Pattern puzzle

Fill in the blanks for this series of numbers based on its underlying 
pattern: 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, ( ), 18, 20, ( ), 30, 32


Date: 5/30/96 at 10:59:20
From: Doctor Alex
Subject: Re: Pattern puzzle

14 and 24. They are the sequence of prime nos +1.

-Doctor Alex,  The Math Forum

    
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High School Sequences, Series

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