- 24 May '10 06:21This one may be too difficult to solve by inspection, so I'll provide the hint that I thought of this series based on the similar thread started by Agerg a few days ago.

I'll start by listing the first 10 elements of the series. The goal to is identify the next number in the series. I'll provide additional numbers if I think they'll help, or if you ask nicely.

41, 82, 23, 64, 5, 46, 87, 28, 69, 10 - 24 May '10 08:33
*Originally posted by forkedknight***This one may be too difficult to solve by inspection, so I'll provide the hint that I thought of this series based on the similar thread started by Agerg a few days ago.**

I'll start by listing the first 10 elements of the series. The goal to is identify the next number in the series. I'll provide additional numbers if I think they'll help, or if you ask nicely.

41, 82, 23, 64, 5, 46, 87, 28, 69, 1041 - 24 May '10 09:13 / 1 edit

The llast number 10 I don't understand. If it was a plain zero, I'd know the series. Or rather the cycle.*Originally posted by forkedknight***This one may be too difficult to solve by inspection, so I'll provide the hint that I thought of this series based on the similar thread started by Agerg a few days ago.**

I'll start by listing the first 10 elements of the series. The goal to is identify the next number in the series. I'll provide additional numbers if I think they'll help, or if you ask nicely.

41, 82, 23, 64, 5, 46, 87, 28, 69, 10

Edit: wait... What about51? - 24 May '10 15:17

Very good guys, I was trying to center the problem around finding the 100th prime (541) and modulo 100, but my puzzler creating skill (and my modular arithmetic skills) are obviously lacking.*Originally posted by luskin***Yes, [hidden]51[/hidden] looks good.**

Let's try another.

Same vain of thought, hopefully a less obvious algorithm.

1, 30, 38, 53, 26, 62, 35, 50, 58, 10 - 25 May '10 14:35

Not as quick of a response to this one, so I'll provide another hint.*Originally posted by forkedknight***Very good guys, I was trying to center the problem around finding the 100th prime (541) and modulo 100, but my puzzler creating skill (and my modular arithmetic skills) are obviously lacking.**

Let's try another.

Same vain of thought, hopefully a less obvious algorithm.

1, 30, 38, 53, 26, 62, 35, 50, 58, 10

The modulus is 77.