Mathematics
Easy

Question

# Choose the rule to describe this pattern.56, 53, 50,47

Hint:

## The correct answer is: Subtract 3

### So as we know that a pattern or sequence in a series of numbers is called a number pattern. Generally, this pattern builds a connection between all integers.Some numerological pattern types are:There are two typical patterns for number sequences: Arithmetic Sequences Geometric Sequences The following are some examples of Number Patterns' unique sequences: Square Numbers Cubic Sequence Triangular Numbers Fibonacci Numbers A common difference is a difference between two consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression. The formula to find the common difference in an arithmetic sequence is: d = a(n) - a(n - 1) where a(n) is n term in the sequence, and a(n - 1) is the previous term (or (n - 1) term) in the sequence.We have been given the series 56, 53, 50, 47d = 47 - 50 = -3d = 50-53 = -3So the common difference is -3. The rule is to subtract 3 from the previous term.

Here we were given a number pattern and we have to find the rule used in that. There are numerous different sorts of number patterns. They could be a series of even or odd numbers, multiples of a specific number, ascending or descending, etc. So the common difference is -3. The rule is to subtract 3 from the previous term.