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 2 years ago
Nick follows a rule to deposit money into his savings account each month. The past 4 months, he deposited 6, ten , fourteen , and eighteen dollars. His sister determines that each deposit is increased by 6, so his next deposit should be eighteen plus six equals twentyfour dollars . What error did she make? What should his next deposit be? Explain your answer.
 2 years ago
Nick follows a rule to deposit money into his savings account each month. The past 4 months, he deposited 6, ten , fourteen , and eighteen dollars. His sister determines that each deposit is increased by 6, so his next deposit should be eighteen plus six equals twentyfour dollars . What error did she make? What should his next deposit be? Explain your answer.

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mathmate
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1This is a sequence problem. The previous sequence is (easier to read in numbers) 6,10,14,18 (24???) Check if the common difference is actually 6 or some other number?
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