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BicycleTree

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101110111110111101100011001110111?

What fills in the question marks?

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In summary, the binary sequence 101110111110111101100011001110111 can be solved by breaking it into groups of four and looking for patterns. The last five digits are a continuation of the previous quartet and the first two digits of the next quartet. However, this is not a simple repetition and the answer is actually binary. By recognizing the pattern of prime numbers, the next number in the sequence can be determined as 11101.

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BicycleTree

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101110111110111101100011001110111?

What fills in the question marks?

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motai

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01111. If we split the binary in groups of four, the third-to-last quartet is a continuation of the first pattern in the 1st and 2nd quartets. The last two digits perhaps are a continuation of the first two digits of the third quartet. But this is just a guess... I'm probably wrong.

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BicycleTree

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I don't understand what you mean. 01111 isn't what I had in mind though. Here's a hint: looking for repetition probably will not get you to the right answer.

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motai

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1011

1011

1110

1111

0110

0011

0011

1011

1?

??

I noticed the continuation of the "1011" 3rd from the bottom as the repetition of the 1st "1011", so I just (erroneously) styled the last five digits as a continuation of the rest of that quartet and the first two of the next.

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BicycleTree

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Aha, I see.

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rygar

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the answer is 11101. because he said it wasn't a simple repetition thing, i the next logical conclusion is that it's binary. because there were 5 question marks, i figured the last binary number was five digits long.

i figured the numbers would go in increasing order (they don't have to, but i guessed, and they did). so i looked at the previous 5 digits... in binary, that's 23. so i did the previous 5, etc: 19, 17... then the previous 5 digits would have made a larger number (29), so i figured i'd decrease it to four digits, which made 13 in binary. so by this point i have 19,17,13, and it's pretty clear that it's a pattern of prime numbers. sure enough, the list goes on: 11,7,5,3,2... so the next number in the pattern would be 29, or 11101.

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BicycleTree

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You got it rygar!

The "Pattern Brain Puzzle" is a brain teaser game that challenges players to decipher a hidden pattern within a string of numbers: 101110111110111101100011001110111. The goal is to use logic and deductive reasoning to solve the mystery and uncover the hidden pattern.

There are a total of 101 levels in the "Pattern Brain Puzzle". Each level presents a different string of numbers and a unique hidden pattern to solve.

No, there is no time limit for solving the puzzles in the "Pattern Brain Puzzle". Players can take as much time as they need to analyze the numbers and come up with a solution.

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