# geometry

predict the next two numbers in this sequence:2,6,18,54,_,_

1. Each number is ____ multiplied by the preceding number. What goes in that blank?

posted by Ms. Sue
2. Right! So what's the next number?

posted by Ms. Sue
3. 162 and 486

posted by jazzy gurl
4. Yes! You're right.

posted by Ms. Sue
5. thanx alot

posted by jazzy gurl
6. You're welcome. :-)

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