Common Core: 3rd Grade Math : Identify Arithmetic Patterns: CCSS.Math.Content.3.OA.D.9

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Example Question #13 : Solving Problems Involving The Four Operations, And Identifying And Explaining Patterns In Arithmetic

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 


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Possible Answers:

Subtract 

Subtract 

Multiply 

Add 

Add 

Correct answer:

Add 

Explanation:

 is added to each X value to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #14 : Solving Problems Involving The Four Operations, And Identifying And Explaining Patterns In Arithmetic

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 

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Possible Answers:

Add 

Add 

Multiply 

Multiply 

Add 

Correct answer:

Add 

Explanation:

 is added to each X value to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #15 : Solving Problems Involving The Four Operations, And Identifying And Explaining Patterns In Arithmetic

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 

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Possible Answers:

Divide 

Add 

Multiply 

Add 

Divide 

Correct answer:

Add 

Explanation:

 is added to each X value to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #16 : Solving Problems Involving The Four Operations, And Identifying And Explaining Patterns In Arithmetic

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 

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Possible Answers:

Add 

Add 

Multiply 

Add 

Multiply 

Correct answer:

Add 

Explanation:

 is added to each X value to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #17 : Solving Problems Involving The Four Operations, And Identifying And Explaining Patterns In Arithmetic

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 

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Possible Answers:

Add 

Add 

Divide 

Multiply 

Add 

Correct answer:

Add 

Explanation:

 is added to each X value to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #1 : Identify Arithmetic Patterns: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.D.9

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 


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Possible Answers:

Subtract 

Add 

Multiply 

Add 

Add 

Correct answer:

Add 

Explanation:

 is added to each X value to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #571 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 

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Possible Answers:

Multiply 

Subtract 

Multiply 

Add 

Add 

Correct answer:

Multiply 

Explanation:

Each X value is multiplied by  to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #2 : Identify Arithmetic Patterns: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.D.9

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 


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Possible Answers:

Subtract 

Add 

Add 

Multiply 

Divide 

Correct answer:

Multiply 

Explanation:

Each X value is multiplied by  to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #573 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 

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Possible Answers:

Add 

Multiply 

Multiply 

Add 

Add 

Correct answer:

Multiply 

Explanation:

Each X value is multiplied by  to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

Example Question #3 : Identify Arithmetic Patterns: Ccss.Math.Content.3.Oa.D.9

What is the pattern for the numbers in the X column to the numbers in the Y column? 

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Possible Answers:

Multiply 

Multiply 

Multiply 

Add 

Add 

Correct answer:

Multiply 

Explanation:

Each X value is multiplied by  to get the Y value. 

To find the rule, you may have to do some trial and error. The most important thing to remember is, once you think you have the rule, make sure to test the rule with all of the X values. 

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