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Digit Sequence (Posted on 2005-06-28) Difficulty: 2 of 5
Find the rule and continue this sequence of digits:

1235813941213533488671216141383377554...

Is there a limit to the number of times in a row a digit can appear?

See The Solution Submitted by Jer    
Rating: 3.6250 (8 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
fibbonnacci to the rescueThe riddler2005-07-31 04:00:43
Questionit's so easy that u needn't to read full even!mridul2005-07-19 10:42:47
SolutionThank you computers!Justin2005-07-08 21:15:32
Order out of chaos -- tracing backCharlie2005-06-29 15:22:40
Some Thoughtsre(2): Theoretically (growing vs. shrinking patterns)Erik O.2005-06-28 20:56:58
re: Theoretically (growing vs. shrinking patterns)Charlie2005-06-28 19:46:58
Some ThoughtsTheoretically (growing vs. shrinking patterns)Erik O.2005-06-28 18:36:34
Hints/Tipsre: First 20,001 digitsCharlie2005-06-28 13:41:15
Hints/TipsFirst 20,001 digitsCharlie2005-06-28 13:33:23
re(3): the solution ---- Some things are just 2 ezyLisa2005-06-28 13:23:32
re(2): the solution ---- Some things are just 2 ezybrianjn2005-06-28 12:31:15
re: the solution - D*#@* - Beatenbrianjn2005-06-28 12:20:34
re: the solutionJer2005-06-28 12:12:26
Solutionthe solutionphi2005-06-28 07:37:23
Clarify ... in a rowbrianjn2005-06-28 04:11:56
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