Add up a sequence of consecutive numbers. Can you find a quick way to do it?
The numbers on five houses next to each other add up to 70. What are those five numbers?
Find the missing terms from these linear sequences.
Continue the given number pattern with the help of a little lateral thinking.
A question which can be best answered by using algebra.
Find the next term of the number sequences.
Continue the sequences if you can work out the rule.
Find the next term of the given number sequences. Can you also find a general rule for predicting the nth term of the sequence?
Work out the next term in the given sequences.
Find the value of the missing term of the sequence. It is easier than you may think!
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