# Another Sequence

1. Oct 3, 2005

### Moo Of Doom

What comes next?

2,0,3,0,4,8,1,5,4,2,4,7,8,6,8,2,1,2,7,3,...

:)

2. Oct 5, 2005

3. Oct 5, 2005

### Moo Of Doom

That's boring! I'll hand out a hint, though: it's a generally well known sequence in disguise, but that sequence is not generally known as a sequence...

4. Oct 6, 2005

5. Oct 6, 2005

### Moo Of Doom

Jimmysnyder got it. :D Good job... again :P !

6. Oct 7, 2005

### Jimmy Snyder

I should have noted that the answer is 5.

You could have made the problem more difficult by giving more information. What is the next number in this sequence?

2,0,3,0,4,8,1,5,4,2,4,7,8,6,8,2,1,2,7,3,5,1,5,3,2,2,7,2,1,6,8,4,...

7. Oct 7, 2005

### Moo Of Doom

Well, I tried to avoid any zeros, heh. I guess the answer could be -1, but that really doesn't seem quite right. Maybe 9?

8. Oct 30, 2005

### meL

who gives a sh*t!!

woody and survival are the
only important things in Life.

9. Oct 30, 2005

### meL

Here is another

zero

zero implies all other numbers.
You cant miss with my answer.
ho ho ho

10. Nov 7, 2005

### ArielGenesis

i dont get it, what do you meant by adding?

11. Nov 7, 2005

### Jimmy Snyder

Here is the original sequence:
2,0,3,0,4,8,1,5,4,2,4,7,8,6,8,2,1,2,7,3,...
Here is the same sequence obtained by adding 1 to each digit.
3,1,4,1,5,9,2,6,5,3,5,8,9,7,9,3,2,3,8,4,...
Note the connection between this sequence and the number $\pi$.