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10 = 200 (10^2) * 2

200

each number is larger by 4 from the previous18+14=32+18=50+22=72+26=98+30=128+34=162+38+=200

3=18

4=32

5=50

6=72

7=98

9=128

9=162

10=200

3=18

4=32

5=50

6=72

7=98

8=128

9=162

10=200

I agree 200

this is how I did it too

That is exactly how I did it too.

Square the number x and multiply the answer by 2. 10 square is 100×2=200

200=10*10 *2 =200

10 _ 200 agree with the folks who say this for the same reason

Mt answer 1s 10 x 16 = 160

200.

3x (3×2) = 6

4 x (4×2) = 32

5x (5×2) = 50

etc.. so 10 x (10×2) = 200

200

This is one of those puzzles where the way you view it determines whether you can get to a correct answer or not. View it the wrong way and you might never get there.

This is a simpler problem so I’m surprised by the 99.9% have failed to work it out statistic. But then, that also happens in my profession which is designing other people’s products for them. In our case, electronics based products that are intended to be manufactured in Australia. Some of our work is designing a product that other people have previously had a go at but didn’t succeed.

It will be interesting to see what the statistics are for the people who contribute to this blog. I’m betting they are better than average.

Ray Keefe

Successful Endeavours Pty Ltd

Engineering new Electronics Products for Australian Electronics Manufacturers

Award Winning Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development

Electronics Design and Embedded Software Development

Answer, 10×16=160

Answer. 10×20=200

Right answer is 10×20=200

the answer is 160. there is a pattern where each Number on the right is multipled with an even number incrementaly from 6, , 10, 12, 14 then 16 for 10.

Nope, its 200. Geometric progression

My answer

8*16=128

9*18=162

10*20=200

I’m getting 200.

The answer to this math problem is

10= 116.

You would add 18 to 98. So that make 10= 116

The answer is Ten (10)

The answer is 200.

The number on the right side is the number on the left side square then times two.

10 = 10 × 10 × 2 = 200

If you try to solve a pattern, note the left column skips from 7 to 10,therefore the right column must also skip two rows.

The correct Answer is 200

The answer is 200

(Number squared) x 2

10 squared x 2 =200

(10 x 10) x 2 = 200

9 = 162

(9 x 9 ) x 2 = 162

81 X 2 = 162

8 =128

8 squared x 2 = 128

(64 x 2 = 128

the answer is 0

you can get to 10 because the given facts do not have a 1 or 0 to consider

200

10 x 20

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a

s

y

200

6×12

7×14

8×16

9×18

10×20

180

Do you know that your system refused to accept a 3 digit comment??

oops 200 – forgot the 9…….

10=200

3=18 (3×6)

4=32 (4×8)

5=50 (5×10)

6=72 (6×12)

7=98 (7×14)

8=128(8×16)

9=162(9×18)

10=200(10×20)

18/3=6

32/4=8

50/5=10

72/6=12

98/7=14

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.

.

200/10=20

The answer is 20.

The answer is 200

3×6=18,4×8=32,5×10=50,etc… 10×20=200

Looks like math is better than typing. My previous reply should have been “you cannot get to …”

3*6=18

4*8=32

5*10=50

6*12=72

7*14=98

10*20=200

160 is the answer The multiplier each time is 2 more

3x 6 = 18

4x 8 = 32

and so on until

10x 16 = 160

10 = 160. The pattern is 3×6 =18, 4×8=32, 5×10= 50 etc etc…

3 x 6 = 8

4 x 8 = 32

5 x 10 = 50

6 x 12 = 72

7 x 14 = 98

8 x 16 = 128

9 x 18 = 162

10 x 20 = 200

3×6=18; 4×8=32; 5×10=50; 6×12=72; 7×14=98; 8×16=128; 9×18=162; 10×20=200

A × B = C; B in each next equation is always 2 more than before.

A × B = C; B in each next equation is always 2 more than before, so 10 = 200

200

The difference each time is increasing by 4, so for ten it would be 162 + 38

200, because the difference between each pair of numbers on the right increases by four each time.

last# divided by first! Double the result to #10 which is 20 hence answer= 200

The answer is 200.

Because 10^2 = 100

100 x 2 = 200

3*6=18

4*8=32

5*10=50

6*12=72

7*14=98

8*16=128

9*18=162

10*20=200

Numbers progress as follows:

8×16

9×18

10×20=200

the answer is 1000

3 x 6 = 18

4 x 8 = 32

5 x 10 = 50

6 x 12 = 72

7 x 14 = 98

8 x 16 = 128

9 x 18 = 162

10x 20 = 200

Therefore the answer is 200

3*6=18

4*8=32

5*10=50

6*12=72

7*14=98

Numbers go on an even numbers like this; 6,8,10,12,14 etc.

…

7=98

8=98+30

9=128+34=162

10=162+38= 200

I got 200 as an answer but took a really long way to get there; I started with 3=18 and then substracted the 3 and got 15 or 3×5; 4 = 32 became 32-4 or 4 x 7; following on 7 = 98 became 98 – 7 or 7×13 which then led me to 10 x19 which is 190 plus the original 10 which is 200. I think it was a complete fluke that I got the same answer as most of you.

8X128

9X162

10X200

3=18

4=32

5=50

6=72

7=98

10=160

10=160 multiply each succeeding number by the (x+2)

3 = 18

4 = 32

5 = 50

6 = 72

7 = 98

8 = 118

9 – 132

10 = 150

3 = 18

4 = 32

5 = 50

6 = 72

7 = 98

8 = 112

9 – 138

10 = 150

8 x 16 = 128

9 x 18 = 162

10 x 20 = 200

3×6=18

4×8=32

5×10=50

6×12=72

7×14=98

8×16=128

9×18=162

10×20=200

8 = 112

9 = 130

10 = 152