# algebra

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Chase scored 14 points on Monday, and he doubled his score each day thereafter. How many points did he score on Thursday?
A. 224 points
B. 112 points
C. 56 points
D. 42 points

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14
28
56
112
224

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Chase scored 11 points on Monday, and he doubled his score each day thereafter. How many points did he score on Friday?

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