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Sandra plans to fill a corner of her yard with decorative stones. Each row has four more stones than the prior row. Part 1: If there were five stones in the first row, how many stones were used to fill all 44 rows? Part 2: Using complete sentences, explain the procedure taken to answer this question.

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  1. VGLPC
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    @precal

  2. precal
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    first term is 5 common difference is +4 they want row 44 sequence is 5,9, 14, .............

  3. precal
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    |dw:1336431008978:dw|

  4. precal
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    I would write that up and include a picture( or use really cool stickers to represent the rocks)

  5. VGLPC
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    hahahaha you're great. thanks a lot. you're better than my teacher

  6. precal
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    yes, it's called experience. I know how to explain it to my students. Keep doing your homework. It gets easier over time.

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    this is my homework. im asking for explanation on the ones i dont have a clue on. if you wanna keep on helping me, i have only 2 questions left for you

  8. VGLPC
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    A ball is dropped from the top of a 1,000 foot building. The height of the ball is half its original height after each bounce. What will the height of the ball be after 12 bounces? Using complete sentences, explain the procedure taken to answer this question.

  9. precal
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    you should post it separately. Only because I am multi tasking at the moment. By the way this is a geometric sequence

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