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How would you describe this sequence using inductive reoning?
1 12 123 1234

Each digit is one more than the previous digit.

Thanks!

one more please how would you describe the pattern of this 3 4.5 6.75 10.25.
i know they increase from 1.5 to 2.25 to 3.75 and such but how would you word it you increase the exponent of 1.5? 
i mean 10.125

to my questions sorry about the caps lock
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