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WHAY WOULD BE THE NEXT NUMBER IN THIS PATTERN AND WHAT RULE DOES IT FOLLOW?
4,13,40,121,

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    It's your turn now. What pattern do you see?

    We'll be glad to check your work.

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    COULD THE ANSWER BE 400

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    Nope.

    What pattern do you see?

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    I SEE 4 THEN IT SEEMS LIKE THEY ADDED A 0 TO THE NEXT 4TO MAKE 40 SO MAYBE IF I ADD ANOTHER 0 IT WOULD BE 400

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    Here's the pattern I see --

    (4 * 3) + 1 = 13

    (13 * 3) + 1 = 40

    Continue this pattern.

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    THE ANSWER IS 364

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    Yay! You've got it!! :-)

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