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Friendly Fred is the world's best saleman , but when he starts to sell a
new product, sometimes he gets off to slowmstart. Recently he started selling the Groovy Grape Peeler. The first month he sold only two Groovy Grape Peelers,but the second month he did a bit better and sold eight. The third month he sold 32. If this pattern continues, how many will he sell the sixth month?
Hint make a chart and look for a pattern.

Thanks

  • math 6 grade -

    2
    8
    32

    What pattern do you see in those numbers?

  • math 6 grade -

    It's multiplying by four each time. So..

    1st Month: 2
    2nd Month: 8
    3rd Month: 32
    4th Month: 128
    5th Month: 512
    6th Month: 2048

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