Geometry
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A counterexample does not exist for the following statement.
Explain how to use inductive reasoning to find the seventh and eighth terms. Use inductive reasoning to find the terms.

We do not see the statement for which a counter example is not supposed to exist.
We do not see the series/sequence whose 7th and 8th terms are to be found.
Please complete the question(s).
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