Inductive Reasoning

Inductive Reasoning

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- Question 1120 secondsReport an issueQ. The type of reasoning where a person makes conclusions based on observations and patterns is called...answer choices
- Question 2120 secondsReport an issueQ. What is a conjecture?answer choices
- Question 3120 secondsReport an issueQ. Complete the conjecture. Think of examples to help.

The product of any two odd numbers is _____________answer choices - Question 4120 secondsReport an issueQ. Find the next term in the sequence:

A, D, G, J, _____answer choices - Question 5120 secondsReport an issueQ. Find the seventh term in the sequence:

A, D, G, J, _____answer choices - Question 6120 secondsReport an issueQ. How many cubes would be in the 10th figure?answer choices
- Question 7120 secondsReport an issueQ. What are the missing numbers in this pattern?

23, 33, ___, 53, ___, 73answer choices - Question 8120 secondsReport an issueQ. Where would the next red square be?answer choices
- Question 9120 secondsReport an issueQ.answer choices
- Question 10120 secondsReport an issueQ. What are the missing numbers in this pattern?

12, 15, ___, 21, ____, 27answer choices - Question 11120 secondsReport an issueQ. What are the next two numbers in this pattern?

12, 17, 22, 27, ___, ___answer choices - Question 12120 secondsReport an issueQ. What is the rule for this pattern?

1st term:32

2nd term:36

3rd term:40answer choices - Question 13120 secondsReport an issueQ. How would you describe this pattern's rule?

65, 62, 59, 56, 53, 50answer choices - Question 14120 secondsReport an issueQ. What is the rule for this pattern?

32,36,40,44answer choices - Question 15120 secondsReport an issueQ. Used to prove that a conjecture is false.answer choices
- Question 16120 secondsReport an issueQ. Which number is a counterexample to the following statement? :
*All numbers that are divisible by 2 are divisible by 4*answer choices - Question 17120 secondsReport an issueQ. Which is a counterexample of: The difference of two numbers is less than the greater number.answer choices

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