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def find_next_term(sequence): if len(sequence) < 2: return None # Sequence must have at least two terms. # Find the last two terms in the sequence. second_last = sequence[-2] last = sequence[-1] # Calculate the difference between the last two terms. difference = last - second_last # Calculate the next term by adding the difference to the last term. next_term = last + difference return next_term # Example usage with your sequence: sequence = [31, 28, 31, 29] next_term = find_next_term(sequence) print(f"The next term in the sequence is: {next_term}")