Posted by **minhtrang** on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 8:31pm.

Miguel would like to figure out how many blocks he would need to build the 25th dragon without actually building it. He knows that there is a pattern to his hexagon dragons. Can you write a rule in words or a math expression that Miguel can use to figure out the total number of blocks for any dragon without having to build it? explain how your rule works.

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