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anonymous

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Chase has been playing a game where he can create towns and help his empire expand. Each town he has allows him to create 1.13 times as many villagers. The game gave Chase 4 villagers to start with. Help Chase expand his empire by solving for how many villagers he can create with 17 towns. Then explain to Chase how to create an equation to predict the number of villagers for any number of towns. Show your work and use complete sentences. I know the amount of villagers in the 17th town will be 28.17, but all the equations people have given me don't make sense. Please help!

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    But that makes no sense because it's not asking for the town number it's asking for the population. Besides you just copied that from the other people who asked this question's answers. It makes no sense. PLEASE explain

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