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Ontario Curriculum Expectation:
5.C1.3 determine pattern rules and use them to extend patterns, make and justify predictions, and identify missing elements in repeating, growing, and shrinking patterns.
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1 of 201. Question
1. A number pattern is shown:
12, 27, 42, 57, 72
Fill in the blanks using these words:
add subtract 5 15 25

The rule for the number pattern is .
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2 of 202. Question
2. A number pattern starts with the number 3 and follows the rule “multiply by 3”.
If the number pattern continues, which numbers would be included in the pattern?
Choose the three correct answers.
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3 of 203. Question
3. A number pattern is shown. Fill in the blanks with the missing numbers.

735, 710, , 660, 635,
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4 of 204. Question
4. A shape pattern is shown.
If the pattern continues which shape would appear to be next?
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5 of 205. Question
5. A shape pattern is shown. If the pattern continues, which set of shapes appear to be the next three shapes?
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6 of 206. Question
6. Fill in the blank with the missing number in the sequence.

4, 8, 16, 32, , 128
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7 of 207. Question
7. A shape pattern is shown. If the pattern continues, which set of shapes appear to be the next three shapes?
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8 of 208. Question
8. Fill in the blanks with the missing numbers in the sequence.

75, 60, , 30, , 0
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9 of 209. Question
9. What will the next row of the shape pattern look like?
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10 of 2010. Question
10. A number pattern is shown below. What would the 8th number in the pattern be?
3, 9, 12, 36, 39…
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11 of 2011. Question
11. What is the pattern rule for the sequence below?
51, 55, 59, 43, 47
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12 of 2012. Question
12. Fill in the blanks with the missing numbers in the sequence.

140, 115, 90, , , 15
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13 of 2013. Question
13. A repeating pattern is shown below. What would be the 15th shape in the pattern?
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14 of 2014. Question
14. What is the pattern rule for the sequence below?
57, 64, 71, 78, 85
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15 of 2015. Question
15. A number pattern is shown below, fill in the next three numbers in the pattern.

6, 12, 24, 48, , ,
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16 of 2016. Question
16. Choose the correct statements about the chart below.
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17 of 2017. Question
17. What is the next step in the pattern below?
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18 of 2018. Question
18. A number pattern is shown below.
1, 2, 6, 24, 120
True or false, the number 350 will appear in this pattern?
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19 of 2019. Question
19. A pattern with the rule “subtract 25” starts at the number 155. Choose all the numbers below that will appear in this pattern.
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20 of 2020. Question
20. Fill in the blanks with the missing numbers in the pattern sequence below.

65, 25, 65, 45, 65, 25, ,
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