2, 5, 14, 122, 365, ?
The options are :
This looks like a homework problem so what do you think the answer is and why?
I think you left out 41 from your sequence.
it's not a homework problem and I did not leave any number
With 41, there is a nice way to describe the series, and the next element is one of those four options. Without 41, I don't see any (apart from "as [the series with 41], but remove every 4th element").
Where does the problem come from?
I came across this sequence while solving an old bitsat 2008 exam paper. Here's the link
Qes no. 143
I think the question was probably posed wrong without the 41 in the sequence. It seems the exam writer could have left out the 41 by accident having just entered 14.
I think the series is all right.Just look more carefully.
I agree with you. 41 is missing from the sequence.
BITSAT has got questions wrong in the past, this is probably one of them.
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