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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    @Da_Homie I need help... >.<

  3. anonymous
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    The answer I got was 262,144 but its not one of the options...

  4. anonymous
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    hia

  5. anonymous
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    hi lol

  6. anonymous
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    one sec, hold tight

  7. anonymous
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    ok

  8. anonymous
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    So S10 meaning the 10th number, correct?

  9. anonymous
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    yes I believe so

  10. anonymous
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    and you tried a proportion?

  11. anonymous
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    what?

  12. anonymous
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    obviously not lol

  13. anonymous
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    ok, ok

  14. anonymous
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    so 4/16 = 64/X

  15. anonymous
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    and then cross multiply for X

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    \[\frac{ 4 }{ 16 } = \frac{ 64 }{ x }\]

  17. anonymous
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    1024=4x

  18. anonymous
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    x=256

  19. anonymous
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    ok, so that is our 5th number

  20. anonymous
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    could've just done 64 x 4

  21. anonymous
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    I tried multiplying each term by 4 until I got to the 10th term, but I got the number I showed above

  22. anonymous
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    The hard way would be to keep doing these proportions until we get to the 10th. The easy way would be... I have no idea actually what the easy way is lol

  23. anonymous
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    lol thanks XD

  24. anonymous
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    whats funny si 64*4 is 256

  25. anonymous
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    I know XD

  26. anonymous
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    so im not sure if you will get the same number u got before. It would really be a shame if we wasted that much time for nothing lol

  27. anonymous
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    lol well would the next be \[\frac{ 4 }{ 16 } = \frac{ 256 }{ x } \]

  28. anonymous
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    x= 1024 which is the same as 256 (4) XD

  29. anonymous
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    Jeeze

  30. anonymous
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    I still get 262,144 as my 10th term >.<

  31. anonymous
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    And 5 more terms from that would be?

  32. anonymous
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    maybe it wants us to do 10 terms from the 5th term

  33. anonymous
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    just multiply by 4 until 10

  34. anonymous
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    That's what I did >.<

  35. anonymous
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    What do you mean?

  36. anonymous
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    I multiplied each term by 4 until I got to the 10th term and I got 262,144

  37. anonymous
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    is that the 10th term from the 5th term, or the 10th term from the 1st?

  38. anonymous
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    from the 1st.

  39. anonymous
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    try doing 10 from the fifth, you might get 349,525. But if you pass it on your way up, then it cant be true

  40. anonymous
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    64*4=256*4=1024*4=4096*4=16384*4=65536*4=262144

  41. anonymous
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    see?? any more than that will be huge (1,048,576)

  42. anonymous
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    oh snap, true true

  43. anonymous
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    lol its impossible XD

  44. anonymous
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    unless S10 means something we dont know

  45. anonymous
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    hang tight for a sec

  46. anonymous
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    well I'm stumped.

  47. anonymous
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    ok

  48. anonymous
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    same here

  49. anonymous
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    I"m just gonna guess its A since its the biggest number >.<

  50. anonymous
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    Yea, i would guess A or B lol

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