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IF MY FRIEND CHOOSE A NUMBER AND THEN USED A RULE TO MAKE A NEW NUMBER HE DID THIS 7 TIMES USING THE SAME RULE THE TABLE BELOW SHOWS HIS RESULTS WHAT RULE COULD HAROLD HAD USED EXPLAIN INPUT OUTPUT 28 6 12 3 9 10 16

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