Either way, here's my hint. If you kept going, the final number in the sequence would be 365. Does that number sound familiar?

On a side note, this puzzle really stumped me. The first hint made me think it had something to do with the [spoiler]pi[/spoiler] puzzle too, since two of the numbers given were the same as that in one.

Either way, here's my hint. If you kept going, the final number in the sequence would be 365. Does that number sound familiar?

That's a very good hint!

On a side note, this puzzle really stumped me. The first hint made me think it had something to do with the [spoiler]pi[/spoiler] puzzle too, since two of the numbers given were the same as that in one.

Same here. Both start with 31. That was a bit of red herring.

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Either way, here's my hint. If you kept going, the final number in the sequence would be 365. Does that number sound familiar?

On a side note, this puzzle really stumped me. The first hint made me think it had something to do with the [spoiler]pi[/spoiler] puzzle too, since two of the numbers given were the same as that in one.

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59, 90, 120, ??.If you're still having trouble, notice that the numbers are constantly increasing this time, and roughly the same amount each time.