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Example Number Pattern:**8**, 11, 10, 13, 12, 15, ...

In this case**8** is the starting number. As we are generating about 10 patterns in the worksheet, we need a different random number for the starting number For that reason you need to specify a range of numbers for Starting number. example: 10 to 15

**First Rule**

In the above pattern**3** is added to **8** to get the next number. For another pattern you may want to add another number. So, you can specify a range of numbers to add, subtract or multiply in this rule. If you want to add select **Increment**, to subtract select **Decrement** and to multiply, select **Multiply**

**Second Rule**

This rule is optional. If you want your pattern by adding a number throughout then you can leave this option. But if you want to add 3 to get second number and subtract 1 to get third number then you can specify this rule. In the above pattern**1** is subtracted from **11** to get the next number. For another pattern you may want to subtract another number. So, you can specify a range of numbers to add, subtract or multiply in this rule. If you want to add select **Increment**, to subtract select **Decrement** and to multiply, select **Multiply**

**Length of pattern**

In the example pattern we have 6 numbers. But if you want 8, 9 or 10 you can specify the number here.

Example Number Pattern:

In this case

In the above pattern

This rule is optional. If you want your pattern by adding a number throughout then you can leave this option. But if you want to add 3 to get second number and subtract 1 to get third number then you can specify this rule. In the above pattern

In the example pattern we have 6 numbers. But if you want 8, 9 or 10 you can specify the number here.

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