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Sequence Sum (Posted on 2003-12-08) Difficulty: 2 of 5
In a certain sequence, the next term is found by taking the number before it minus the number two numbers before it.

For example, in the sequence a, b, c, d... c = b-a, d = c-b, and so on.

Starting with 54 and 93, what would be the sum of the first six thousand terms?

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle Solution: An Attempt to generalisationK Sengupta2007-03-16 11:07:13
Solutionsalutionhunter2004-03-30 08:39:09
2 ways to solveBob Genisot2003-12-09 12:35:22
SolutionSolution (No computer program used)Penny2003-12-08 11:31:45
re: In generalSilverKnight2003-12-08 10:48:34
SolutionIn generalLee2003-12-08 10:39:10
re: SolutionPopstar Dave2003-12-08 10:36:05
SolutionSolutionPopstar Dave2003-12-08 10:31:07
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