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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Introduction to odd and even numbers

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From: Loyd <loydlin@aol.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2005100105:33:54
Subject: Re: Sequences and patterns

On 2005093017:04:04, Jamie Alger wrote:
>	
>Can you please tell me , what the name of a line of numbers would be
>called with odd and even numbers , alternate . ie 1 , 4 , 9 , 16 , 25
>, 36 , 49 , 64 .My daughter has asked me , for her homework and she
>was told by her teacher , there is a specific name for this ???
>Thanks v much for your help . Her teacher did say she could search
the
>internet , for the answer . Thanks again .
>

The pattern you have described is  the square numbers.  The next one
in the sequence is 9 squared which is 81; the next one after that is
10 squared or 100 and etc. 



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