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What comes next?
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295, 396, 497, blank, blank.
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Let’s take the numbers we’ve started with and fill them in on this place value chart: 295, 396, 497, and then the spaces for our two missing values.
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We need to look for a pattern.
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In the hundreds place, moving from two to three and then three to four, it looks like the hundreds go up by one every time.
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Two plus one is three, three plus one is four.
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If we add one to four, we get five.
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Adding one to five and we get six.
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So we’re finished with the hundreds and we can move on to the tens place.
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In our tens place, we have nine, nine, nine.
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The tens place is not changing.
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We can fill in a nine and a nine for the next two tens place.
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Now, we need to find the pattern in the units place: from five to six and from six to seven.
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Five plus one is six, six plus one is seven.
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Let’s add one to seven to find our missing number.
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Seven plus one is eight.
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And eight plus one will reveal our last missing number.
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It’s nine.
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Eight plus one is nine.
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By using patterns and place value, we were able to find 598 and 699 as the two missing numbers.