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700,500; 600,200; 499,900; __________; ___________; _____________

Pattern explain:________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________

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700,500; 600,200; 499,900; __________; ___________; _____________

Pattern explain:________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________

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[tex]

\begin{multline*}

Number 1 \\

(Number 2 - Number1) \\

\end{multline*}

[/tex]

[tex]

\begin{multline*}

Number 2 \\

(Number 3 - Number2) \\

\end{multline*}

[/tex]

[tex]

\begin{multline*}

Number 3

\end{multline*}

[/tex]

You can then form a new line by doing the same iterative process down the next group of numbers.

The formula then follows that in the first line that you made, there is a linear relation between the variables. (t) The second line corresponds to a (t^2) quadratic relation etc.

If this doesn't work, start looking at ratios and the like looking for different relationships, but I have a feeling that in this case, it will work well.

~Lyuokdea

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just as a hint, try thinking about the 499 as 500-1 instead of 499

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This looks like a simple arithmetic series with the common difference = -100,300.

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