Pre-Algebra

Write a rule for this pattern.Fing the next three numbers in the pattern.

1,4,10,22,46,94

the answer that i came up with was that the pattern start with one add 3 and it goes by 3's or 6's.

Can you see that each term after 1 is the previous term + 1, then multiplied by 2?
Thus 4= 2(1+1), 10=2(4+1), 22=2(10+1), 46=2(22+1), etc...
Can you find the next 3 terms now?

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2. 👎 0
3. 👁 71
1. 4,10.22,46,94

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