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predict the next two numders in this sequences:-5,-2,4,13_,_

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1. first difference = 3
second difference = 6
third difference = 9
well I think the next difference will be 12
so 13+12 = 25 --> next number
then of course the next difference might be 15 etc

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posted by Damon

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