1.   Find the next three terms of the sequence 17, 25, 33, 41, .
    A. 51, 63, 75 B. 53, 65, 77
    C. 49, 57, 65 D. 47, 55, 63
    Hint

  2.   Determine the next three terms of the sequence 8, 13, 23, 38, 58, .
    A. 73, 93, 108 B. 78, 108, 133
    C. 83, 113, 148 D. 88, 133, 138
    Hint

  3.   Based upon the table below, Mari concluded that when one of two addends is negative, the sum is always negative. Find a counterexample for her conjecture.
   
    A. -5 + (-5) B. 18 + (-10)
    C. -8 + 7 D. -13 + 5
    Hint

  4.   Find the next three terms of the sequence.
2, 5, 4, 7, 6,..
    A. 9, 12, 15 B. 10, 13,12
    C. 8, 10, 12 D. 9, 8, 11
    Hint

  5.   One possible counterexample for the statement ''All fruits taste sweet'' is ________.
    A. Watermelons B. Plums
    C. Oranges D. Lemons
    Hint



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