Friday
October 24, 2014

Homework Help: Math Problem Solving

Posted by dddd47906 on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 4:15pm.

in a following pattern, one hexagon takes 5 toothpicks to build, two hexagons take 11 toothpicks to build, and so on. How many toothpicks would it take to build (a) 10 hexagons? (b) n hexagons?

a 50
b ???

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

math - Natasha has to determain the number of toothpicks in the 15th step, step ...
Math - Write two algebraic pattern rules for this toothpick pattern. Figure 1 = ...
geometry - How many different triangles can be constructed with toothpicks by ...
math - PLEASE HELP ME ANSWER THIS QUESTION. THIS QUESTION IS HARD FOR ME AND i ...
Math (firstgrade) - Hello I am Amy.I am in first grade.I am 6 years old.I need ...
science - how does newton's laws apply to a toothpicks bridge
Algebra - It takes matt 9 hrs longer to build a wall than it takes chris. ...
Math - if a rubber band can be stretched to a circular shape that has a radius ...
math - If a rubber band can be stretched to a circular shape that has a radius ...
math - If a rubber band can be stretched to a circular shape that has a radius ...

Search
Members