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Can you identify the arithmetic pattern used in 1, 3, 5, 7, 9? Arithmetic pattern is one of the simplest sequences that we can learn. In this worksheet, you will learn to identify the arithmetic patterns of numbers.
In creating a thread of numbers that is related to one another, the addition or subtraction from a common difference is needed.
Common difference is the constant difference in all pairs of consecutive numbers in a sequence.
Hundred chart is used to determine the next number of the arithmetic sequence by referring to the chart horizontally, vertically and diagonally.
We can also determine arithmetic patterns of numbers using multiplication chart.
- Even numbers are always divisible by 2.
- Even numbers can be decomposed into two equal numbers such that
18 = 9 + 9
- Multiples of even numbers are always even numbers
- On multiplication chart, the products in each row and column increase by the same amount (skip counting).
Addition chart is used to identify arithmetic patterns of numbers by predicting the sum. To use the addition chart, you need to consider the following principles below:
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