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anonymous
 one year ago
Which strategy best explains how to solve this problem?
Colin is preparing for a marathon by running in his neighborhood. The first week, he runs one block. The next week, he runs twice as many blocks as the first week (2 blocks). Each week, he plans to run twice as many blocks as he ran the week before.
How many blocks will Colin run by the end of the sixth week?
anonymous
 one year ago
Which strategy best explains how to solve this problem? Colin is preparing for a marathon by running in his neighborhood. The first week, he runs one block. The next week, he runs twice as many blocks as the first week (2 blocks). Each week, he plans to run twice as many blocks as he ran the week before. How many blocks will Colin run by the end of the sixth week?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0basically to solve this the intended way you must set up a equation to model the function The function being double each week. Can you try to create a equation?
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