UnHelpful and undoubtedly obvious to the OP. No way to prove the sequence with that when the textbooks with this type of question are generally looking for a simple rule-based step function rather than a continuous function.What do you want it to be?
Pick a number and I can determine a fifth order polynomial that will produce that sequence of numbers.
Similarly, there are other functional forms that can be used to generate a host of six-number sequences that would fit that pattern.
Trolling again, huh?UnHelpful and undoubtedly obvious to the OP.
Just following your lead - you are trolling the OP. Not helpful. When have you ever seen a missing number in a series question ask for a solution via a fifth-order polynomial solution? Trolling doesn't fit a Mod.Trolling again, huh?
Then the problem needs to state the bounds on the kind of relationship that is fair game -- which it may well do (by way of context of the material being covered in the section that this problem is associated with). But since I don't have a crystal ball I can't tell that unless and until the TS provides that information.UnHelpful and undoubtedly obvious to the OP. No way to prove the sequence with that when the textbooks with this type of question are generally looking for a simple rule-based step function rather than a continuous function.
I'm pointing out information about the lack of information provided. You are just going out of your way to act like an ass. You complain about someone saying something that is "unhelpful and undoubtedly obvious to the TS", which means that, by your own criteria, your post had to be even more "unhelpful and undoubtedly obvious to the TS".Just following your lead - you are trolling the OP. Not helpful. When have you ever seen a missing number in a series question ask for a solution via a fifth-order polynomial solution? Trolling doesn't fit a Mod.
The next two numbers after 480 that the sequence is probably meant to have are 453 and then 452. Focus on those three numbers for a while.Hello Friends,
how to calculate this :
5205, 3008, x-------,948,605,480
what will be x?
Lack of information? Teachers and textbooks have been asking for rule-based solutions to missing numbers in a series questions like this for the past 50 years or more. It is a standard. Why on earth would you expect the OP to provide additional information to a standard. Let me correct myself from above, you are not a troll, you are clueless.I'm pointing out information about the lack of information provided. You are just going out of your way to act like an ass. You complain about someone saying something that is "unhelpful and undoubtedly obvious to the TS", which means that, by your own criteria, your post had to be even more "unhelpful and undoubtedly obvious to the TS".
So troll away, I'll respond to the TS, but not to you any longer.
i have seen but don't get the method for these question.
sorry....?The next two numbers after 480 that the sequence is probably meant to have are 453 and then 452. Focus on those three numbers for a while.
You are on the right track, but one of your numbers is not in keeping with the others.5205, 3008, x-------,948,605,480
605-480=125
948-605=343
343-125=218
5205-3008=2197
How to think for this series?
What if your original list had been:sorry....?
what this mean?
You have a slight typo or math error, @WBahn , I get...What if your original list had been:
5205, 3008, x-------,948,605,480,453,453
Do the same thing you did before and see if a pattern is more obvious.
Hello Sir,You are on the right track, but one of your numbers is not in keeping with the others.
List the differences between successive numbers in the list. That would be 125, 343, and 2197.
Do you see a pattern in those numbers?
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