Note: This problem may not be mathematical. For a bonus, say where the series came from.
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You've got the right source. Find an older name for 13th street stop, which is not a number, and you'll have the answer, the stop as it was named in the 1970s. It's the street between 13th & City Hall. Warning, it's is on Google maps, but not nam
Well then that would be Juniper Street.
You got it! This was a puzzle in my brother's HS math class. The argument was over whether this list constituted a pattern. I argued then and now: this is a series, but not a pattern: 2, 5, 8. 11, Juniper, 15, 19, 22, 30 (after that, not a subway!)
I agree. This is definitely not a pattern. A series describes this list more accurately.
That's a good one, Sid. You didn't have to give away that you saw the problem somewhere else, you could have pretended that you came up with it. :)