Algebra 2

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Make a table with a process column to represent each pattern. Write an expression for the number of circles in the Nth figure.

The first figure is 5 circles long and 2 circles wide, the second 5 circles long and 3 circles wide.

How do I complete this problem? I just need some guidance not the answer, thank you :)

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Find a ploynomail for the sum of the areas of these circles 1. circle with one line r. 2. circle with number 14. 3. circle with number 8. I think i know this one but, do you r * 3.14+ and 14 * 3.14 8 * 3.14

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