# Math Grade 5

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A number pattern with the rule 6n, where n represents the position of the number in the pattern.

What are the first five numbers of the pattern?

• Math Grade 5 -

6,12,18,24, ... 6n

• Math Grade 5 -

6,12,18,28,30

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