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Complete the pattern: 95, 90,                , 80, 75
1. 80
2. 70
3. 65
4. 85
The four basic math operations that can be used to determine a mathematical rule for patterns are
1. addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
2. exponents, square roots, factors, and products.
3. exponents, scientific notation, grouping, and regrouping.
4. addition, division, multiplication, and times tables.
What number is next in the pattern below?

3, 9, 27,
1. 60
2. 54
3. 33
4. 81
Continue the pattern 3 more places.

2, 4, 7, 11...

16     ,      22     ,      29
What is the rule to this pattern?

2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12
2. subtract 2
3. multiply by 2
4. divide by 2
Mark set up a lemonade stand at a local park. He sold 10 cups of lemonade on the first day, 15 cups on the second day, 17 cups on the third day, 22 cups on the fourth day, and 24 cups on the fifth day. If this trend continues, how many cups of lemonade can he expect to sell on the ninth day?
1. 36
2. 38
3. 29
4. 43
Tara set up a lemonade stand at the football game. She sold 8 cups on the first day, 11 cups on the second day, 17 cups on the third day, 20 cups on the fourth day, and 26 cups on the fifth day. If this trend continues, how many cups can she expect to sell on the eighth day?
1. 29
2. 53
3. 35
4. 38
Bruce made a pattern using a two-step rule in which he first multiplies and then subtracts. He started with 5 and used the two-step rule to make the pattern, as shown below.
5, 10, 8, 16, 14, 28, 26, ?
Which number should Bruce write next in the pattern?
1. 24
2. 26
3. 52
4. 56
Madison has the number pattern below for a homework problem.

3, 7, 4, 8, 5, 9, 6, 10

She says the pattern adds 3 to the first number and then subtracts 4 to get the next number. Did Madison correctly describe the pattern?
1. No, the pattern adds 4 to the first number and then subtracts 3.
2. No, the pattern subtracts 3 from the first number and then adds 4.
3. No, the pattern adds 3 to the first number and then adds 4.
4. Yes, Madison's description of the pattern is correct.

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What is the eighth term of the sequence 1, 4, 9, 16, 25...?
1. 64
2. 80
3. 72
4. 56
Continue the pattern.

$uarr$$darr$$uarr$$darrdarr$
1. $uarrdarrdarrdarr$
2. $uarruarrdarrdarr$
3. $darrdarrdarruarr$
4. $darrdarrdarrdarr$
115, 109, 103,                , 91, 85
1. 96
2. 97
3. 100
4. 69
What are the next two terms in the sequence?

5, 11, 18, 26
1. 35, 45
2. 34, 42
3. 33, 40
4. Not enough information given to determine a pattern.
Grade 4 Patterns CCSS: 4.OA.C.5, MP5
Which continues the pattern?

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Matthew set up a lemonade stand at a local store. He sold 3 cups of lemonade on the first day, 5 cups on the second day, 10 cups on the third day, 12 cups on the fourth day, and 17 cups on the fifth day. How many cups of lemonade can he expect to sell on the sixth day?
1. 18
2. 19
3. 20
4. 24
Patterns only involve numbers.
1. True
2. False
What is the rule for the number pattern?

29, 24, 19, 14, 9
2. subtract 5
3. multiply 2
Find the next term in the following list.

2, 5, 8, 11, 14, ...
1. 17
2. 14
3. 21
4. 32
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