ok. Revising my “nope”. assumptions: a) Each line is distinct from one another. b) A comma-space indicates distinction from the others in the line with the line ending in emptiness. c) The numbers are to be read from left to right while staying on the same line. d) Each line should be synonymous with all of other lines by way of a (pattern, sequence or formula) What I notice: a) There are four numbers in each line. b) Going from left to right, the numbers increase in value. c) None start at 0 or 1. d) Minimum distance between successive numbers in a sequence is 1. e) Maximum distance between successive numbers in a sequence is 12. f) First and second lines are doubling. Each number * 2 = the next number. g) Third line, start with an odd number 3, does not double but increases by the same amount as the first number in the series. h) Fourth line starts at double digits: 24 and increases by one with each new item. i) Fifth line increases by 2, starting with 3, but increases by 4 after 7. So the gaps inbetween 3, 5, 7, 11 are 2, 2, 4. This does not help me. j) The firstness or fourthness in a sequence don’t seem to convey any special properties. k) 2 4 8, 3 3 12, 3 3 3, 1 1 1, 2 2 4 are the gaps. i) That is all I have. 2, 4, 8, 16 3, 6, 12, 24 3, 6, 9, 12 24, 25, 26, 27 3, 5, 7, 11

ok. Revising my “nope”.
assumptions:
a) Each line is distinct from one another.
b) A comma-space indicates distinction from the others in the line with the line ending in emptiness.
c) The numbers are to be read from left to right while staying on the same line.
d) Each line should be synonymous with all of other lines by way of a (pattern, sequence or formula)

What I notice:
a) There are four numbers in each line.
b) Going from left to right, the numbers increase in value.
c) None start at 0 or 1.
d) Minimum distance between successive numbers in a sequence is 1.
e) Maximum distance between successive numbers in a sequence is 12.
f) First and second lines are doubling. Each number * 2 = the next number.
g) Third line, start with an odd number 3, does not double but increases by the same amount as the first number in the series.
h) Fourth line starts at double digits: 24 and increases by one with each new item.
i) Fifth line increases by 2, starting with 3, but increases by 4 after 7.
So the gaps inbetween 3, 5, 7, 11 are 2, 2, 4. This does not help me.
j) The firstness or fourthness in a sequence don’t seem to convey any special properties.
k) 2 4 8, 3 3 12, 3 3 3, 1 1 1, 2 2 4 are the gaps.
i) That is all I have.

2, 4, 8, 16
3, 6, 12, 24
3, 6, 9, 12
24, 25, 26, 27
3, 5, 7, 11

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