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I have a theory.According to my theory , "Thinking while travelling on the way home is good for the brain".

PROOF:For two days in a row , I have created two puzzles of my own while travelling back home .Yes, My very own.

Just joking guys.

Now down to some serious brainy business.

Is there a pattern which the following set of numbers follow??:

2,4,16,112,448,7,168

Yes , there definitely is a pattern.Can you find out the pattern??????.

I am not a newcomer to the language of English.So it is obvious that I know a little about punctuation.But this is maths. SO I am not so sure....

Please suggest as many answers as you can.

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You multiply the number you have, by the sum of the digits. so the last one is 448*16=7,168

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You multiply the number you have, by the sum of the digits. so the last one is 448*16=7,168

Hey!!fast work,man.

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You multiply the number you have, by the sum of the digits. so the last one is 448*16=7,168

good one ...

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