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make a conjecture (obsevations based on patterns) for each sequence below.
a)7,10,13,16
b)4,44,444,4444,44444
c)2,10,50,250
d)1,2,6,42,1806,3263442

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    These conjectures about patterns seem fairly obvious.

    What are your conjectures?

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