math- Patterns... i tried it many times..HELP!!!!

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1) The number times a dog barks is dependent on the number of passing cars. How many cars have passed when a dog barks 34 times? If 20 cars pass, how many times will the dog bark? Explain how you got to your answers?

2) The fourth term of a sequence is 4 and the 6th term is 6. Every term after the second is the sum of the two preceding terms. What is the 8th term?



-thx for any HELP =)
p.s.- u don't have to answer all of them =)

  • math- Patterns... i tried it many times..HELP!!!! -

    I think it is 14,because I think you have to subtract 34-20=14

  • math- Patterns... i tried it many times..HELP!!!! -

    the answer to question 1 is 680 times with 20 time a car passes all i did is mulipled 34 times 20.

    Sorry not able to help with the 2 nd question.
    Good luck i hoped i helped

  • math- Patterns... i tried it many times..HELP!!!! -

    THX!! and i just got the second one... it was right in front of me...LOL

  • math- Patterns... i tried it many times..HELP!!!! -

    I hope you got 18 for term 8

  • math- Patterns... i tried it many times..HELP!!!! -

    39,40,36,37,33,34

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