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describe the pattern then find the missing numbers _, _,27,38, 49, 60 I see a difference of 11 between the numbers in the pattern. What do you think the first two numbers are? the numbers are 5 and 16 Right! Good job! :)
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Look for a pattern in the expressions shown below. Use the pattern to write an expression for the sum of the whole numbers from 1 to n. Then find the sum of the whole numbers from 1 to 50. 1+2= 2•3/2 1+2+3= 3•4/2 1+2+3+4=
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find the pattern... 28,300,10 There is no single pattern. Post more numbers in your sequence.
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Can someone help me find the pattern and the next 3 numbers in the pattern? 10,1,6,6,11 I would think the next numbers would be 2, 7, 7, 12 But why? The difference between 10 and 1 is 9. The difference between 1 and 6 is 5. So ,
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Use inductive reasoning to describe the pattern. Then find the next two numbers in the pattern. 3,3.04,3.08,3.12,....
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determine the next three numbers in this pattern: 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,___,___,___ Aren't these all prime numbers? Find the next three numbers in the pattern. 5,2,1,4 3,2,0,3,7 8,6,2,4,12 5,7,8,10,11
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What is the pattern to this sequence? 1,3,4,7,11,18,29 I figured it was plus the last 2 numbers which will then equal the next number. But I got messed up and can't figure the next 3 numbers in this pattern, any help is helpful.
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This question has mentioned 'pattern of numbers', does that means not just do simple calculation from left to right OR there is a fast way to solve this question, please help. Look at this pattern of numbers. 7x 11 x 13 x 1 = 1001
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