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This pattern follows the rule add 2. What is another feature of this pattern?

An image of a pattern. Term one has one dot, term two has three dots, term three has five dots, term four has seven dots.

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The terms appear even, odd, even, odd.

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Option D, All of the terms are odd

Step-by-step explanation:

According to the image description provided:

Term one starts with one dot. One is an odd number.

If you add two to an odd number, the sum would be another odd number. This is what's happening with the pattern.

For example:


Three is an odd number. If you add two to it, you would get five, which is another odd number.

Term two has 3 dots, term three has 5 dots, term four has 7 dots.

So, all terms should be odd.

Option D should be the correct answer.
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