Number Series 1
In this 11-plus verbal reasoning series of number quizzes you have to find the number that continues the sequence in the most sensible way.
You will be offered a sequence of numbers, and you have to find the missing number each time. Some questions will be straightforward, and you will just have to work out the relationship between the first two numbers, then between the second and third and so on. Some will be more difficult, requiring you to add different numbers in the sequence.
An example has been done for you so please make sure you read it carefully first before starting the quizzes. If you get stuck, you can always revisit the example! Good luck.
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2, 4, 6, 8, 10 (?)
The correct answer is 12 because the numbers are going up by 2 each time. 10 + 2 = 12.