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Following the bip32 code level math, deterministic calculation for next block's address production and derivment was undertaken. It was concluded that the term "5216" and the following terms beyond it were concluded in sequence.

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Question: Following bip32 , bip44 code level math use deterministic calculation for blockchain next address production and derivement, speculate/conclude how arriving at the term "5216" and the following terms beyond it were concluded in sequence: 1,3,7,8,21,49,76,224,467,514,1155,2683,5216, 10544, 26867,51510,95823 print steps taken

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To find a pattern in a sequence of numbers, you'll typically either look for a simple arithmetic pattern (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), a geometric progression (multiplying or dividing by a constant) or possibly some mathematical function like squaring, cubing or a factorial. Given the sequence 1,3,7,8,21,49,76,224,467,514,1155,2683,5216, 10544, 26867,51510,95823, in this case, there is no consistent arithmetic or geometric pattern throughout the sequence. The numbers are not simply increasing by the same amount each time, nor are they being multiplied by the same factor each time. There's no immediately apparent pattern relating to squaring, cubing, or factorials either. If this sequence is indeed based on some specific deterministic calculation, it's likely to involve a more complex mathematical function, possibly related to the specifics of the BIP32 or BIP44 protocols (which are standards for Hierarchical Deterministic wallets in cryptocurrencies). However, without knowing more about the context in which these numbers are being used and the specific calculations that are being performed, it's not possible to provide a more specific answer. There's also a chance that this sequence of numbers is not based on a simple deterministic calculation, but instead is based on some other process or set of rules. For example, they could represent some specific calculated results, such as hashes or digital signatures in a blockchain system, and in that case they would not follow a simple mathematical pattern. If you could provide more context about where these numbers come from and how they are being used, I may be able to provide a more accurate answer.

Answered by gpt-4

June 29, 2023, 3:07 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, June 29, 2023

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