"make a prediction" is natural, as it comes from Cambridge Dictionary, how about "make 3 predictions"?

I'd like to make 3 predictions about the future of New York City, which are about population, housing prices and crime rate. First of all, the population of New York will increase ...

  • Is there some reason you think there can't be more than one prediction? In the dictionary link you provide, it shows that it has plural use: (1) Please don't ask me to make any predictions about tomorrow's meeting. (2) Her predictions turned out to be uncannily accurate. May 26, 2020 at 3:31

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Small whole numbers must be written out: 'three predictions". Apart from that, it sounds natural enough.

  • A correct observation by @Jack O'Flaherty. May 26, 2020 at 6:19

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