Which number comes next? 1, 1, 2, 4, 3, 9, 4, 16, 5 …?

Just another math riddle.

Answer 1

1, 1^2, sqrt(1)+1, 2^2, sqrt(4)+1, 3^2, sqrt(9)+1, 4^2, sqrt(16)+1 …?

On every 2n term is equal to the previous term squared. Every 2n – 1 term, the result is the previous term’s sqrt then added one.

Also, you can consider each two terms as a pair, with the last being a square of the previous term, such as (2,4) then (3,9) then (4,16). The first number always increases by 1 and the second number is the square of the first.

Edit: Forgot to give my answer. The answer is 5^2 = 25

Answer 2

25

Answer 3

25

Answer 4

5 square is 25

Answer 5

This one’s overly ordinary. as a results of fact the numbers are the squares (in ascending order) of a classic count style of numbers from a million upwards, the final being 5^2, then the subsequent is 6^2. Your answer is as a result C (36). have been given from now on durable ones waiting?

Answer 6

25 is answer.

25 = 5²

Answer 7

as u can see:

there are 2 sequence:

1.) 1,2,3,4, —-> NEXT IS 5
2.) 1,4,9,16—-> 4-1=3..9-4= 5..16-9=7 so the next number to be subtracted is 9….16+5= 25
3,5,7,25
then the next number would be 5,25

Answer 8

Its simple….Next number will be 25.
How bcz when u look on pattern a second number is square of first number.. so next number will be 25.

Answer 9

25, as you write the number in order and wirite it’s square, then continue with the next number (2), Write the square(4), Then next3, and it’s aquare and it goes on

Answer 10

25, It is going something times itself then the answer.

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