Question

# Which number is next in the sequence? 35, 85, 135, 185, __

Hint:

### Find the difference between each term.

## The correct answer is: So the sequence is 35, 85, 135, 185,235

### Complete step by step solution:

Here we have the first term to be 35. When we add 50 to the first term we get

the second term, that is 85.

When 50 is added to the second term, we get the third term, that is, 135.

Likewise, when 50 is added to the third term, we get the fourth term to be 185.

So, the difference between each term in this sequence is 50.

So, next term would be 185 + 50 = 235

So the sequence is 35, 85, 135, 185,235

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