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3,-12,48,-198 whats the next 3 numbers

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you got this one right? ignore the negative sings for now, they look like they are in a pattern of +, -, +, -, +, - ...ad infinitum
yeah I did get the other one it wouldnt let me post after
you can refresh the page then post if that happens...

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so assume, the numbers are all positive for now...each value is larger than the next, how much larger though? just check out the first 2 values and see what you think the relationship is between them, how do you get from 3 to 12?
you multiply 3 times 4
all right, now 12 and 48.?
12 times 3
4 i meant
is the last number actually -198? or -192?
-192 yea
all right, so assuming all numbers are positive, after 192 is ____, then ___, then ___
do you mutiply 192 times 4
right on, so that's part of the pattern, the full relationship also needs the +, - pattern....so apply the *4 and the sign changes and then post the pattern

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