Q: What is the rule for this pattern 2 6 8 14?

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add 6, subtract 2

4*2-2=6 6*2-2=10

They are ... 2 -2 -6

Keep subtracting 6

(n - 10) + 6

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multiplication pattern

add 6, subtract 2

4*2-2=6 6*2-2=10

Subtract 2 from the previous number. 10-2 = 8 8-2 = 6 6-2 = 4 4-2 = 2

Start at 1. Multiply by 3. Subtract 1. Multiply by 3. Subtract 1. Repeat this pattern.

They are ... 2 -2 -6

Keep subtracting 6

(n - 10) + 6

Multiply by 3. Then subtract 10.

Homework question: The first numbetr is 4. A rule is multiply by 2 and then subtract 3. What are the first 6 numbers in the pattern

There are not many numbers in the sequence here, but one solution that holds for this series is to take the first number, double it to get the second number, add 1 to get the next number, and repeat. So, the pattern would continue as follows: 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 14, 15, 30, 31, 62, 63

Multiply each value by 6.