ALGEBRA 1
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Use inductive reasoning to describe each pattern, then find the next two numbers in each pattern.
1,1/4,1/9,and 1/16... those are fractions except for the number 1 in front.
Find the 2nd,5th, and 9th terms of each sequence.
1/2,1/3,1/6,and 0... those are fractions except for the number 0.

you are subtracting 1/6
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