A pattern of Figures is shown below. Figure 1 is a regular pentagon with side length 1. Figure 2 is a regular pentagon of side length 2 drawn around Figure 1 so that the two shapes share the top vertex, T, and the sides on either side of T overlap. The pattern continues so that each n>1, Figure n is a regular pentagon of side length n drawn around the previous Figure so that the two shapes share the top vertex, T, and the sides on either side of T overlap. The ink length of each Figure is the sum of the lengths of all of the line segments in the Figure.

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Determine the general equation of ink length for Figure n.

thinking... looks like at each step you add 5n and remove 2(n-1)

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