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Q: What is the pattern rule of 2 3 5 7 11?

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It is: 3 6 12 24 48 .... double up each time

If you mean: 2 5 11 23 47 then they are increasing by 3 6 12 24

There are many possibilities. One is: Un = (8n3 - 39n2 + 79n - 36)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ...

Add 3 each time

The difference doubles each time. 2+3=5.. 5+6=11.. 11+12=23..Therefore the next number in the sequence would be 47, since 23+24 = 47.

With each new term, you add a number n. This number is always odd, and increases by 2 with each term. So, starting with the first term, 2, you add n = 1 to get 3; add 3 to n = 3 to get 6; add 6 to 5 to get 11; and 7 to 11 to get 18. Here is the pattern written out: 2 + 1 = 3 3 + 3 = 6 6 + 5 = 11 11 + 7 = 18 ...

The rule for the pattern is y=x+2. That rule is in the table format in which it would originally be in, but the worded rule would be 'It increases by 2 each time'.

It is not a rule as such; those number are the first 10 prime numbers.

-31. The rule is t(n) = -2n3 + 12n2 -19n + 14 where n = 1, 2, 3, ...

The pattern is this: The number before, plus itself plus 2. For example: 1 (number)+ 0 (number berfore)+ 2 (always use a two in this pattern) = 3 then 1+3+2=6 then 3+6+2+11 and 6+11+2=19, which is your pattern. So the answer is 11+19+2=32. Now the pattern is 1,3,6,11,19,32 Thats a wrap.

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