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A lumberjack has 4n + 110 logs in a pile consisting of n layers. Each layer has two more logs than the layer directly above it. If the top layer has six logs, how many layers are there? Write the steps to calculate the equation for the problem and state the number of layers.
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A lumberjack has 4n + 110 logs in a pile consisting of n layers. Each layer has two more logs than the layer directly above it. If the top layer has six logs, how many layers are there? Write the steps to calculate the equation for the problem and state the number of layers.
 11 months ago
 11 months ago

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