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Brick123Hello There! From looking at the chart, it seems that the continuing pattern is dropping by 25 fish every month. So it would be safe to assume that a good estimate for the month of July would be 225 fish. You could find this estimate by subtracting 25 from 250, the amount of fish in June. Now if the pattern continues on the graph decreasing by 25 per month, then you'll need to subtract 25 from the previous month to find the amount of fish in the next month. So to find the amount of fish in November, you'll need to subtract 25 from October's 150 to get 125. Now you would do the same to find December. You'll need to subtract 25 from November's 125 to get 100 fish. Now you would keep the pattern going and you would fill out the rest of the graph. Here is what the finished graph will look like... May: 275 fish June: 250 fish July: 225 fish August: 200 fish September: 175 fish October: 150 fish November: 125 fish December: 100 fish January: 75 fish February: 50 fish March: 25 fish April: 0 fish Now from filling out the rest of the graph, you'll find that in April, there will be no more fish left in the lake. Since the pattern in the graph continues to decrease the number of fish in the lake, subtracting 25 fish from 275 in the lake after a certain number of times takes away all of the fish in the lake, leaving you with 0 fish. Recap: Estimate of July: 225 fish Estimate of December: 100 fish Month with No Fish: April I hope this helps!