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Annual Base Revenue (Posted on 2005-01-06) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find the missing numbers in this sequence. There are only these 12 terms, in order, which do not directly depend on each other:

43, 34, 111, 110, ?, 132, 133, ?, 33, 43, ?, 37

See The Solution Submitted by Syzygy    
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Some Thoughts A Start | Comment 2 of 5 |
take the number of days in each month,

J,  F,  M,  A,  M,  J,  J,  A  S,  O, N,  D
31,28,31,30, 31,30,31,31,30,31,30,31

if these numbers are changed to a different base, then the above sequence can be seen, however, the base changes with each month,

J 31 base7 = 43
F 28 base8 = 34
M 31 base5 = 111
A 30 base5 = 110
M 31 base? = ??
J 30 base4 = 132
J 31 base4 = 133
A 31 base? = ??
S 30 base9 = 33
O 31 base7 = 43
N 30 base? = ??
D 31 base8 = 37

but as to what the missing bases are, I have no clue

the sequence I think we have to solve therefore will be...

..7, 8, 5, 5,..., 4, 4,...,9, 7,...,8

  Posted by Juggler on 2005-01-06 21:07:42
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