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i think its sometimes quite challengeing, and you can learn lots of stuff from it!

it lasts until december, and starts again next year too!

for anyone interested in answers, here is the address.

http://www.mathwizz.com/contest/answers.asp

im trying to solve it before that

do you have msn IM?

we could discuss

yes, they post it tomorrow

i know what you mean

yeah, and it doesnt work

yeah thats waht i think

very reasonable if you ask me but apparently not

i was looking at the numbers and was adding stuff and found it. i didnt expect it to work

I Mean 16,15 Sorry

the last 2 numbers of sequence is "1156, 1125" add their first 2 values, or ones, gives us 256 and 225, which turns out to be both perfect square, and in order: they are 14,15 (14^2, 15^2)

oh ok

www.mathwizz.com

but you need a user id and pass word you can use mine

i see what you mean. still having some ideas are better then nothing right?

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I got this problem with no answers.

somebody please help me. it goes like this:

What is the next number in this sequence: 1, 2, 5, 12, 1, 13, 30, 49, 1127, 1156, 1125?

help

thanx

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