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One number in each group does not fit
66,90,32,45,300
Pattern?
99,981,459,89,729
Pattern?
128,244,556,788,762
Pattern

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    Hey, we pretty much did the last one. You try this one first.

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    Damon I really don't understand please one hint.mt mom does not understand either

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