For this question, do NOT post an explanation. Post the next number, and if someone has already posted the next number, prove that you know the rule for the sequence by posting the number that follows.
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estella
4/7/2020 02:26:50 pm
its 13112221
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Mr. Bowen
4/7/2020 05:12:40 pm
Good job, Estella. Can anyone tell what comes next after 13112221?
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Jose Maldonado
4/8/2020 11:35:50 am
its 11131122311 i think
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Jose Maldonado
4/8/2020 11:46:19 am
sorry i messed up, the right answer is 1113213211
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Mr. Bowen
4/13/2020 02:50:15 pm
Excellent, Jose. I think you know the rule!
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