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This uses item model 10 to create number series items - Combined identification of parallel sub-sequences and progressively evolving coefficients of change.

1 | ```
imTen(items, logic = "one", n = 2, arith = "add")
``` |

`items` |
Generate a random mix of items. |

`logic` |
The combination of sequences follow two logic ("one" or "two"). |

`n` |
The value that the arithmetic operator uses to calculate the next value |

`arith` |
The arithmetic operator of your choice ("add","substr","multi","div"). |

The number series items are a combination of Arithmetic, linear sequence and progressive coefficient.

First logic is combining sequences x y x y x y x y = one simple (cannot be controlled), one progressive .

Second logic is combining sequences x y x y x y x y = two progressive. The minimum number of items that will be generated is 2.

Logic analogous to the Item Model 5, but at least one sub-sequence involves a progressively evolving coefficient. Sub-sequences involve items from Item Families 1, 3, and 7. Example: The coefficient of change between odd elements in the sequence increases by 1. The coefficient of change between even elements increases by -1. (2 8 4 7 7 5 11 2 16 (-2) (22)).

When using the first logic, n corresponds to the change in the progressive pattern. However, the simple pattern is fixed and hence drawn randomly.

Aiden Loe and Filip Simonfy

1 2 | ```
#Draws 10 items randomly.
imTen(10,logic="one", n=2,arith="add")
``` |

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