The section 'Abilities' on your "What You Need to Know About the TACHS Exam" article states, that you need to be able to analyze patterns and sequences or to make inferences, predictions about patterns. In terms of what, numbers or just regular patterns/sequences?

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The type of patterns/sequences covered in the "Ability" section of the TACHS exam could involve numbers – you could be asked to identify a pattern in a series of numbers, for example. Other types of patterns include visual patterns – for example, you could be asked to identify patterns among a group of shapes.

I'd recommend looking at some practice problems. This practice test from the TACHS website includes sample questions from the "Ability" section on pages 37-40.

Hope this helps, and best of luck!

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