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1. 178, This is an al­ter­nat­ing di­vi­sion and ad­di­tion se­ries: First, di­vide by 2, and then add 8. 2. XVII, This is a sim­ple ad­di­tion se­ries; each num­ber is 3 more than the pre­vi­ous num­ber. 3. 70, In this se­ries, 5 is added to the pre­vi­ous num­ber; the num­ber 70 is in­serted as ev­ery third num­ber. 4. 2, 14 This is an al­ter­nat­ing ad­di­tion and sub­trac­tion se­ries. In the first pat­tern, 2 is added to each num­ber to ar­rive at the next; in the al­ter­nate pat­tern, 6 is sub­tracted from each num­ber to ar­rive at the next. 5. 34, 38, This sim­ple ad­di­tion se­ries adds 4 to each num­ber to ar­rive at the next. 6. 15 ,12, This is an al­ter­nat­ing ad­di­tion and sub­trac­tion se­ries, in which the ad­di­tion of 4 is al­ter­nated with the sub­trac­tion of 3. 7. 10 8 , This is an al­ter­nat­ing sub­trac­tion se­ries, which sub­tracts 5, then 2, then 5, and so on. 8. 11, 11 is the only odd num­ber in the given se­ries 9. 1024, All given num­bers ex­cept 1024 are per­fect cubes 10. 165, Prime num­bers 2,3, 5, 7, 11, 13 are added suc­ces­sively. Hence, 165 is wrong

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