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Question Video: Completing a Pattern by Observing the Pattern’s Rule Mathematics • Third Year of Primary School

Complete the pattern.

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Complete the pattern.

First, we have to find the rule. The pattern begins with one pink square. Next, there are two pink squares, then three pink squares. What’s happening to the squares each time? One plus one makes two, and two plus one makes three. The rule of the pattern is to add one pink square each time.

We also need to think about where to add the pink square: on top, on the bottom, to the left, or to the right. We have to add one square here, to the right each time. So the rule of the pattern is to add one pink square to the right.

So to complete the pattern, we need to add one square to the right. We would complete the pattern by drawing four pink squares.

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