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His farn yields 5,000 ears of corn per season. Each year he plans to double the amount of corn his farm will yield. If this occurs, how ears of ears of corn will his farm yield during the fourth year?

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  1. End of year 1 = 10,000
    End of year 2 = 20,000
    End of year 3 = 40,000
    End of year 4 = 80,000

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