1. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    A thread for EASY sequences cunningly disguised.

    A, E, A, P, A, U, U, U, E, C what's next?
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    I know it, anyone else?
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    @iamatiger said
    I know it, anyone else?
    Your turn then!
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    @wolfgang59 said
    Your turn then!
    Ok, (it was O)

    M-F, T-G, W-W, T-G, F-G, S-L, .-.
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    @wolfgang59 said


    A, E, A, P, A, U, U, U, E, C
    Second letter of months of the year.

    O is indeed the next in sequence.
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    @iamatiger said
    Ok, (it was O)

    M-F, T-G, W-W, T-G, F-G, S-L, .-.
    This is HARD

    M-F, T-G, W-W, T-G, F-G, S-L, .-.
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    @iamatiger said
    M-F, T-G, W-W, T-G, F-G, S-L, .-.
    S-G

    [And the child that is born on the Sabbath day
    is bonny and blithe and good and gay.]
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    @handyandy said
    S-G

    [And the child that is born on the Sabbath day
    is bonny and blithe and good and gay.]
    Brilliant!
    Surely that is correct?

    An easier one next please
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    @wolfgang59 said
    An easier one next please
    D. M. P. M. A. M. . .
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    I've never been strong when attempting to solve puzzles like these. There are just too many variables for my Commodore64-sized mind to ponder.

    Any tips on how to best approach a solution?
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    @wolfe63 said
    I've never been strong when attempting to solve puzzles like these. There are just too many variables for my Commodore64-sized mind to ponder.

    Any tips on how to best approach a solution?
    I normally work the problem backwards.
    eg Think of all the sequences I know and how they might fit the question.
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    @wolfgang59 said
    I normally work the problem backwards.
    eg Think of all the sequences I know and how they might fit the question.
    I'll try it. Thanks! 🙂
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    @wolfgang59 said
    Brilliant!
    Surely that is correct?

    An easier one next please
    Yep, correct! Nice one Andy.
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    @wolfe63 said
    I've never been strong when attempting to solve puzzles like these. There are just too many variables for my Commodore64-sized mind to ponder.

    Any tips on how to best approach a solution?
    Iamatiger's sequence had six elements seeming to represent days of the week. The "Monday's child" poem came to mind.
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    @handyandy said
    D. M. P. M. A. M. . .
    Hint: The items are part of a group mentioned in a recent GF thread.
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