# Patterns: Applications of solving problems using patterns

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##### Examples

###### Lessons

**Patterns - Word Problem 1**

Siobhan picks 3 flowers every year on her birthday to add to her book of dried flowers. Her collection has 12 flowers this year.**Patterns - Word Problem 2**

Regular polygons follow a pattern for the variables: number of sides (s) and sum of total internal angles (A).**Patterns - Word Problem 3**

Kelsey found a leak in a pipe in her basement and put a measuring jar under it to catch the water. She noticed that every hour, the water level increased by 2mL in the jar.- There is 34mL of water in the jar after the 1st hour. Fill out the function table and write the rule (formula).

- How much water will there be in the jar after 1 week?
- Kelsey wants to know when she will have to dump out the jar (before it overfills). The measuring jar has a maximum capacity of 500mL. When will she have to dump out the water?

- There is 34mL of water in the jar after the 1st hour. Fill out the function table and write the rule (formula).
**Patterns - Word Problem 4**

At an airport, the pay parking costs a flat rate plus an additional cost for every hour you are parked there.**Patterns - Word Problem 5**

Nora's laptop is broken. She wants to compare the rates that are charged by two different computer repair stores. Store A charges a $50 service fee up front plus $30 per hour. Store B charges a $100 service fee up front plus $15 per hour.