Row 1: 24 26 28 30
Row 2: 10 15 20 25</p>
<p>In the top row of the table above, the first term of the sequence is 24, and each term after the first is 2 more than the preceding term. In the bottom row, the first term of the sequence is 10, and each term after the first is 5 more than the preceding term. If these sequences continue indefinitely, in how many columns of the table will the terms from both sequences be equal?
e) More than three</p>
<p>Please show how you do it too