# Math in Focus Kindergarten Chapter 13 Answer Key Patterns

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## Math in Focus Kindergarten Chapter 13 Answer Key Patterns

Lesson 1 Repeating Patterns

The objects follow a repeating pattern. Circle the object that comes next. Question 1. Explanation:
In Mathematics, a pattern is a repeated arrangement of numbers, shapes, colours and so on. The Pattern can be related to any type of event or object. If the set of numbers is related to each other in a specific rule, then the rule or manner is called a pattern. Sometimes, patterns are also known as a sequence. Patterns are finite or infinite in numbers. Question 2.  Explanation:
In Mathematics, a pattern is a repeated arrangement of numbers, shapes, colours and so on. The Pattern can be related to any type of event or object. If the set of numbers is related to each other in a specific rule, then the rule or manner is called a pattern. Sometimes, patterns are also known as a sequence. Patterns are finite or infinite in numbers.

Question 3.  Explanation:
In Mathematics, a pattern is a repeated arrangement of numbers, shapes, colours and so on. The Pattern can be related to any type of event or object. If the set of numbers is related to each other in a specific rule, then the rule or manner is called a pattern. Sometimes, patterns are also known as a sequence. Patterns are finite or infinite in numbers.

The shapes follow a repeating pattern. Draw the missing shapes to complete the pattern. Question 1.  Explanation:
The missing patterns that are generally observed are
1. Missing completely at random
2. Missing at random
3. Missing that depends on the missing value itself
4. Missing that depends on the unobserved input variable

Question 2.  Explanation:
The missing patterns that are generally observed are
1. Missing completely at random
2. Missing at random
3. Missing that depends on the missing value itself
4. Missing that depends on the unobserved input variable

Question 3.  Explanation:
The missing patterns that are generally observed are
1. Missing completely at random
2. Missing at random
3. Missing that depends on the missing value itself
4. Missing that depends on the unobserved input variable

Question 4.  Explanation:
The missing patterns that are generally observed are
1. Missing completely at random
2. Missing at random
3. Missing that depends on the missing value itself
4. Missing that depends on the unobserved input variable

Question 5.  Explanation:
The missing patterns that are generally observed are
1. Missing completely at random
2. Missing at random
3. Missing that depends on the missing value itself
4. Missing that depends on the unobserved input variable

Question 6.  