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Study the number pattern in the table below and complete
2^3 (0x3^2)+(3x2)+2 8
3^3 (1x4^2)+(3x3)+2 27
4^3 (2x5^2)+ (3x4)+2 64
5^3(3x6^2)+(3x5)+2 125
6^3 ? ? ? ?
? ? ? ? ?
10^3 ? ? ?
Is the pattern 6^3 (4x7^2)+(3x6)+2 216
7^3 (5x8^2)+ (3x7)+2 343
8^3 (6x9^2)+ (3x8)+2 512
9^3 (7X10^2)+(3x9)+2 729
10^3(8x11^2)+(3x10)+2 1000
11^3 (9x12^2)+(3x11)+2 1331
n^3 (n2)x( )^2)+(3x )+2 n^3 how do i come up with the pattern for this?
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