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75,74,72,69, 65 what is the pattern?

waht are the next two numbers in pattern?

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    The difference between each pair of numbers decreases by 1.

    75 - 1 = 74
    74 - 2 = 72
    72 - 3 = 69
    69 - 4 = 65

    and so on

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