Q: If a pattern continues in 3 and 8 what would be the 100th number?

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The next number in the sequence would be 8. The sequence alternates between numbers from 1 to 5, and then increases by 7. Therefore, the pattern continues with the next number being 8.

Centenary means the 100th anniversay, which would be the 100th year.

On a number line, 8.79 would be 79/100th of the way between 8 and 9 past 8.

It looks as if both the number of consecutive "x" and the number of consecutive "o" increases by one. If that pattern continues, the sequence so far would have to be followed by three more "x", then 3 "o", then 5 "x", etc.

It would be 19 cents. Round to the nearest 100th. :)

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If you counted by threes such that you'd start with "3, 6, 9..." your 100th number would be 300. However, because you start two lesser if you begin at 1 (1, 4, 7...), your 100th number would be 298.

That number would be 2100 googols.

The next number in the sequence would be 8. The sequence alternates between numbers from 1 to 5, and then increases by 7. Therefore, the pattern continues with the next number being 8.

Decimal numbers that never end but that end up having a repeating pattern are called recurring decimals or repeating decimals.Examples would be 1/3 = 0.33333333...or 452/555 = 0.8144144144144144... (where 144 is the repeating pattern).Reaching that repeating pattern is known as becoming periodic. Only rational numbers will have a repeating pattern. (The repeating pattern may be 00000, as in 4/2 = 2.00000... .)If a decimal number continues forever without having a repeating pattern, then it is a irrational number. One example of a number that continues forever without repeating would be Ï€ (pi) which continues infinitely without repeating.Pi is also referred to as a transcendental number.

Centenary means the 100th anniversay, which would be the 100th year.

It the pattern continues as ssa ssa, then 's' would be next in the sequence. This is only if the pattern is a recurring pattern. If the pattern continues without recurrence of the given sequence, then 'a' would be next, because if 's' repeats itself twice, then 'a' would also.

On a number line, 8.79 would be 79/100th of the way between 8 and 9 past 8.

No. If a number is irrational, it continues endlessly without a pattern. Since 2.5 stops at 5, it is rational; but if it were, say, 2.573583..., it would be irrational. Also, it can be written as the fraction 25/10, or 5/2.

Babe Ruth was born on February 6, 1895 in Baltimore, MD, His 100th birthday would have been in 1995.

There is only one number in the question. One number cannot form a pattern.

It looks as if both the number of consecutive "x" and the number of consecutive "o" increases by one. If that pattern continues, the sequence so far would have to be followed by three more "x", then 3 "o", then 5 "x", etc.

It would be 19 cents. Round to the nearest 100th. :)