Question

# Describe the pattern in the numbers 9.001, 9.010, 9.019, 9.028, ... and write the next three numbers in the pattern.

Hint:

### A pattern is a repeated arrangement of numbers, shapes, colours etc. The Pattern can be related to any type of event or object. If the set of numbers are related to each other in a specific rule, then the rule or manner is called a pattern.

## The correct answer is: Hence, the next three numbers of the sequence will be 9.037, 9.046, 9.055 and the pattern here is that every number is 0.009 more than the previous number.

### The sequence is given: 9.001, 9.010, 9.019, 9.028, …

We can see that

9.010 = 9.001 + 0.009

9.019 = 9.010 + 0.009

9.028 = 9.019 + 0.009

So we can conclude that the n^{th} number will be the result of addition of (n-1)^{th} number and 0.009 or we can say that every number is 0.009 more than the previous number.

The next three numbers will be

9.028 + 0.009 = 9.037

9.037 + 0.009 = 9.046

9.046 + 0.009 = 9.055

Final Answer:

Hence, the next three numbers of the sequence will be 9.037, 9.046, 9.055 and the pattern here is that every number is 0.009 more than the previous number.

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