Q: Starting with two every consecutive line has a number that is one less than twice the previous line how many marbles must be in the sixth line?

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10... 9... 8... 7... 6... 5... 4 4 is the answer. ■

You multiply the previous number by consecutive numbers starting with 1.

The answer is five. 4 5 (2 X 4) - 3 = 5

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