What number comes next?
[4111] What number comes next? - Look at the series (123, 363, 1077, 3216, 9636, ?), determine the pattern, and find the value of the next number! - #brainteasers #math #riddles - Correct Answers: 32 - The first user who solved this task is Manguexa Wagle
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What number comes next?

Look at the series (123, 363, 1077, 3216, 9636, ?), determine the pattern, and find the value of the next number!
Correct answers: 32
The first user who solved this task is Manguexa Wagle.
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Pain reliever

A man went to the dental surgeon to have a tooth pulled. The dentist pulled out a freezing needle to numb the area.

"No way! No needles! I hate needles," the patient shouted.

The dentist started to hook up the laughing gas and the man again objected.

"I can't do the gas thing!” the man protested. “The thought of having a gas mask on is suffocating to me!"

The dentist then asked if the man had any objection to taking a pill.

"No," the patient said. "I am fine with pills."

The dentist said, "Here is a Viagra tablet."

The patient replied: "Wow! I didn't know Viagra works as a pain pill!"

"It doesn't," said the dentist, "but it will give you something to hold onto when I pull out your tooth."

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John R. Whinnery

Born 26 Jul 1916.John Roy Whinnery is an American electrical engineer known for his work on microwave theory and laser experimentation. He worked on the problem of He-Ne laser modulation, the transmission of laser light for optical communication and photo thermal effects. Later he changed his research field to quantum electronics and opto-electronics. He co-authored the classic textbook, Fields and Waves in Communication Electronics, before he had a doctoral degree while working 6 days a week in microwaves at General Electric during WW II. His current research interest is communications applications of lasers, with emphasis on short-pulse phenomena.
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