what number completes the pattern 1,3,4,?,11,18,29

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what number completes the pattern 1,3,4,?,11,18,29

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please explain
do u guys get it?
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This is called a Fibonacci Sequence. Look at the first 3 numbers, 1,3,4. What you notice is if you add the first two numbers, you get the third number. 1+3=4. now Look at the last 3 numbers, once again, 11+18=29. so to find the missing number take the 18, and subtract 11 from it.
In a sequence like this, any 3 given digits, the first two added together will equal the third. get it?
so i add 3+4=7 which is my answer?
right?
Yes.
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