# Math

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No i cant figure out the pattern that you sent me, also i wanted to know instead of me drawing billiard balls, is there ans easier way for me to figure out the pattern, cause i have to skip 8 and jump straight to 20,so how do i get there without drawing all those balls?

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Keira, which sequence are you referring to?
Give me the first few terms.

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