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Topic: Geometry Patterns and Inductive Reasoning
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James

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Geometry Patterns and Inductive Reasoning
Posted: Aug 19, 2008 5:52 PM
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One of our questions was, "Figure out the Pattern, then find the next two answers."

It was

George, John, Thomas, James

I think it might be presidents... Maybe George, John, Thomas, James, James, and John if your going in order but I got to thinking, There are 3 Georges, 4 Johns, 1 Thomas, and 5 James'. That would make:

George, John, Thomas, James
3 , 4 , 1 , 5



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