Step: 1

The rule for the pattern is to count up each term by 5 to obtain the
succeeding terms in the sequence.

Step: 2

So, the first two terms in the series are 3 and 8.

Correct Answer is : 3 and 8

1, 5, 9, 13, . . .

Step: 1

Each term in the sequence is 4 more than the previous term.

Step: 2

So, the rule is 'each number comes by adding 4 to the previous number'.

Correct Answer is : each number comes by adding 4 to the previous number

Step: 1

In the pattern, 5 is added to the first term, 7 is added to the second term, 9 is added to the third term and so on to obtain their succeeding terms in the sequence.

Step: 2

So, the rule for the pattern is to add 5 to the first term, 7 to the second term, 9 to the third term and so on, repeatedly to obtain the succeeding terms in the sequence.

Correct Answer is : add 5 to the first term, 7 to the second term, 9 to the third term and so on

Step: 1

The rule for the pattern is to count up by 45 for each succeeding term.

Step: 2

So, the missing numbers in the sequence are 165 and 210.

Correct Answer is : 165 and 210

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, . . .

Step: 1

Each term in the in sequence is 10 more than previous term.

Step: 2

So, the rule is 'Add 10 to each number to get the next number'.

Correct Answer is : Add 10 to each number to get the next number.

48, 51, 54, __, __

Step: 1

In the pattern, each number is obtained by adding 3 to the previous number.

Step: 2

So, 54 + 3 = 57,

57 + 3 = 60.

57 + 3 = 60.

Step: 3

So, the numbers 57 and 60 complete the number pattern.

Correct Answer is : 57 and 60

Step: 1

Each coffee bag weighs 8 kg.

Step: 2

As the number of coffee bags increases by 1, the total weight increases by 8.

Step: 3

So, Table 4 gives the total weight of 6 such bags.

Correct Answer is : Table 4

Step: 1

The sequence is obtained when 8 is added to the preceding term.

Step: 2

The next term of the pattern is 5 ^{ th }term.

Step: 3

5 ^{th} term = fourth term + 8 = 24 + 8 = 32

Step: 4

The next term of the pattern is 32.

Correct Answer is : 32

Feet | Inches |

10 | 120 |

20 | 240 |

30 | 360 |

40 | ? |

Step: 1

We have, 1feet = 12 inches.

Step: 2

Make a table to calculate the number of inches for 10, 20, 30 and 40 as the values for the number of feet.

Step: 3

We will get the table,

Step: 4

So, the missing number is 480.

Correct Answer is : 480

Step: 1

Given that a box has 5 wallets. By multiplying the number of boxes × 5, we get 10 wallets for 2 boxes.

Step: 2

Similarly, for 3 boxes we get 15 wallets and so on.

Step: 3

Therefore, Table 1 gives the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : Table 1

Step: 1

We have, 1yard = 3 foot.

Step: 2

Make a table to calculate the number of foots for 10, 20, 30, and 40 as the values for the number of yards.

Step: 3

We will get the table,

Step: 4

So, the missing value is 120.

Correct Answer is : 120

Step: 1

A vase has 5 flowers. By multiplying the number of vase × 5, we get 10 flowers for 2 vase.

[2 × 5 = 10.]

Step: 2

Similarly, for 3 and 4 vases we get 15 and 20 flowers respectively.

[3 × 5 = 15.]

[4 × 5 = 20.]

[4 × 5 = 20.]

Step: 3

Therefore, Table 3 gives the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : Table 3

Step: 1

Each boy eats 3 slices of bread. By multiplying the number of boys × 3, we get 6 slices for 2 boys.

[2 × 3 = 6.]

Step: 2

Similarly, for 5 boys we get 15 slices .

[3 × 5 = 15.]

Step: 3

Therefore, Table 4 gives the correct answer.

Correct Answer is : Table 4

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