Two worksheets were given to learners to practice sums on patterns and functions. They also created and solved word problems on their own, related to patterns and functions.
Solve the following problems in your Maths notebook:
1. If there are 6 balls in first bag, 11 balls in second, and 26 balls in the fifth bag, how many balls will be there in the ninth bag? Identify and mention the pattern rule as well.
2. If there are 4 shirts on first rack of the closet, 6 shirts on the second and 20 shirts on the ninth rack, find the number of shirts on the racks from third to eighth.
3. In a game box there are red and green balls in a particular fashion. Number of red balls in first packet is 8 and number of green balls is 5 times more than red balls and this follows the same pattern for each packet. Number of red balls in second packet is 9, third packet is 10 and fourth packet is 11. Find the number of green balls for each of these packets.
4. If the number of blue towels in a closet is 3 times more than the number of brown towels and numbers of brown towels is 5 on the first rack then form a table stating the number of blue towels on each rack if there are 5 racks and the number of brown towels increases by one for each shelf.