Wow, there's a pattern in these numbers. Anymore patterns, anyone ?
Nimrod - August 18, 2008, 7:30 am,
Ans: The difference between 1st and 2nd no. and 2nd and 3rd no, & so on... is carried down to next line and continued to get a single integer.So 4-8 diff=4, 8-15. diff=7. 15-16. diff=1. See where its going? If not kill yourself now stupid.
NAPalm - September 8, 2008, 3:32 am,
last time i checked, 1 -7 isn't 6
Razor Eddie - September 26, 2008, 2:49 pm,
Well, NAPalm, I think it's time for you to check again. Now, I know it seems strange to practice, because you obviously have a brilliant hold of mathematic concepts, but try it anyway, ok? And just as a precaution, prepare to realize you fail.
Rikus - October 30, 2008, 6:44 pm,
the pattern is 3? ...in that case, what number should follow after 42?
Emily - January 2, 2009, 9:14 am,
Razor Eddie, um NAPalm is right. 1-7=-6 Someone really does have a brilliant hold on mathematic concepts, don't they?
Arch Evil Angel - January 18, 2009, 5:18 am,
The diagram is showing what the difference between any two numbers are. In other words, it should be read as the absolute value of 1-7=6, as the absolute value of any number is a positive number representing its distance from zero.
q - July 17, 2009, 11:33 pm,
nobody ever said we were dealing with absolutes here.... until the zombies come...