# Sequence

wolfgang59
Posers and Puzzles 02 Nov '18 05:27
1. wolfgang59
invigorated
02 Nov '18 05:27
A thread for EASY sequences cunningly disguised.

A, E, A, P, A, U, U, U, E, C what's next?
2. 02 Nov '18 16:21
I know it, anyone else?
3. wolfgang59
invigorated
02 Nov '18 19:07
@iamatiger said
I know it, anyone else?
4. 02 Nov '18 20:54
@wolfgang59 said
Ok, (it was O)

M-F, T-G, W-W, T-G, F-G, S-L, .-.
5. wolfgang59
invigorated
02 Nov '18 23:38
@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.
6. wolfgang59
invigorated
02 Nov '18 23:39
@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, .-.
7. HandyAndy
Non sum qualis eram
03 Nov '18 01:28
@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.]
8. wolfgang59
invigorated
03 Nov '18 01:54
@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?

9. HandyAndy
Non sum qualis eram
03 Nov '18 03:27
@wolfgang59 said
D. M. P. M. A. M. . .
10. WOLFE63
Tra il dire e il far
03 Nov '18 09:31
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?
11. wolfgang59
invigorated
03 Nov '18 09:47
@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.
12. WOLFE63
Tra il dire e il far
03 Nov '18 11:06
@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! ðŸ™‚
13. 03 Nov '18 12:521 edit
@wolfgang59 said
Brilliant!
Surely that is correct?

Yep, correct! Nice one Andy.
14. HandyAndy
Non sum qualis eram
03 Nov '18 20:24
@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.
15. HandyAndy
Non sum qualis eram
03 Nov '18 20:45
@handyandy said
D. M. P. M. A. M. . .
Hint: The items are part of a group mentioned in a recent GF thread.