Q: How does the pattern rule work?

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To guess a rule for a pattern, you need several numbers, not just one. Of course, you can invent any rule, for example, "all numbers in the sequence are equal to -4", or some more complicated rule.

A single number, such as 24102882, does not establish a pattern!

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That series is the cubes of the counting numbers.

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To guess a rule for a pattern, you need several numbers, not just one. Of course, you can invent any rule, for example, "all numbers in the sequence are equal to -4", or some more complicated rule.

there is no rule i think my teacher said its about the pattern

By tautology. If it did not work, it would not be a divisibility rule!

needs some double Ds for the rule to work:)

A number is a multiple of 4 if the last 2 digits are a multiple of 4 The 10s digit is even and the last digit is 0, 4 or 8 The 10s digit is odd and the last digit is 2 or 6 A number is a multiple of 8 if the last 3 digits are a multiple of 8 The 100s digit is even and the last 2 digits are a multiple of 8 The 100s digit is odd and the last 2 digits are 4 times an odd number

A single number, such as 24102882, does not establish a pattern!

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'.

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