Q: What is the last number of this pattern 39-40-36-37-33-34?

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If the pattern has an ellipsis, after the last comma.

Each number in a number pattern is called a Term.

121202 is a single number: it is not a pattern!

There are some.The last (units) digit is 1 when the power is even and 9 when it is odd.The digital root is a multiple of 9.

I believe you are asking about the vinculum, and it is used to indicate one or more digits that repeat their pattern forever.

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If the pattern has an ellipsis, after the last comma.

square the last number and subtract the place number.

64. as you can see the last number always multiplies by 2.

If the last number is 864157, there is no next number because 864157 was the last number!

Each number in a number pattern is called a Term.

A single number does not comprise a pattern.

From one number to the next you add one to each addition... 1 to 5= +4 5 to 13= +8 (+ 4 from last) 13 to 26= +13 (+ 5 from last) 26 to 45= +19 (+ 6 from last) 45 to 71= +26 (+ 7 from last)

there isn't a last number

48 does not belong. The pattern is (times 2) then (plus 3). The last number should be 58.

Each number in a pattern is a term.

A single number, such as 261854 cannot establish a pattern.

121202 is a single number: it is not a pattern!