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34-55-89 are.

40.5, 60.75 and 91.125

because you add the first 2 terms and the next tern was the the sum of the first 2 terms.

125 13 23 43 53...

2, 1, 0.5 Half the term each time.

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The next three numbers in the sequence are 23, 25, and 27.

you must find the pattern of the sequence in order to find the next 50 terms using that pattern and the first part of the sequence given

Each number in the sequence is 8 times the previous term, hence the next three terms are: 204.8, 1638.4 and 13107.2

First, in order ro find the next three terms in the sequence, you must find out the sequence. To do so, take 24 and subtract 15, now take the answer and subtract it from 15, which should equal 6. The sequence or the difference between all the numbers is 9. Now that we know the sequence, we can answer the question. Lets take 24 and add 9 to it, we come out with 33, now take 33 and add 9, which is 42 and add 9 to that which gives you 51. The next three terms are 33, 42 and 51

34-55-89 are.

It is 4374

The sequence 9, 9, 9, 9 is an arithmetic sequence with a common difference of 0. Therefore, the next three terms of the sequence are also 9, 9, and 9.

They are: 10 and 16

Double it every time and so the next number will be 80

Each number in the sequence is 8 times the preceeding number so the next three numbers would be... 204.8, 1638.4 and 13107.2

1, -3, -7

They are ....16 4 1