Use the pattern in the sequence to determine the next two terms.
Friday, Monday, Saturday, Sunday. . .
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How many days are in between Friday and Monday?
2 days are between Friday and Monday
okay now how many days are between Monday and Saturday?
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Saturday and sunday?
great! so we have the numbers 2, 5, and 1. So that's our pattern. Now you have to find out what day it will be next
This is such an awkward pattern.
2 days after sunday will be ______ and five days after that will be _______
Those will be your answers.
the sequence 3,5,1 so; Friday, Monday, Saturday, Sunday....Wednesday,Monday,Tuesday...
Tuesday and five days after that Sunday right ?
Side note (the answers provided by others are right, not this one)
5,1,6,7 - could be a Fibonacci-ish sort of pattern where you start with 5 and 1 for some bizarre reason and then the next term is always the sum of the previous terms (6 is 5+1, 7 is 6+1) so the next one is going to be 13 which means Saturday.
these are the answers i have to pick from
Wait a sec, it's 3 5 1 not 2 5 1, so it would be Wednesday and Monday...
This is weird...
the pattern would be Friday, Monday, Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Wednesday, Thursday etc (3,5,1)