Mark M. answered • 12/04/14

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Here are two sequences. The first is the 7, 8, 9. So the next one is 10, then 11.

The second sequence is 16 = 2(8), 27=3(9). The so next one is 40=4(10), then 55 = 5(11).

The sequence is 7, 16, 8, 27, 9, 40, 10, 55, 11, 72, 12, 91, 13, 112, 14, ....