Stage No. 1
Stage No. 2
Stage No. 3
- Examine Stage No. 1 and Stage No. 2. Then examine Stage No. 2
and Stage No. 3. Describe what you have to do to Stage (N - 1) to create
Stage N. (This problem is asking about the designs themselves, not the
- Observe the designs looking for patterns. Use the patterns to predict Stages 0, 4 and n. Organize your information into the table below.