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2.)Geoff planted dahlias in his garden. Dahlias have bulbs that divide and reproduce underground. In the first year, Geoff’s garden produced 4 bulbs. In the second year, it produced 8 bulbs, and in the third year, it produced 16 bulbs. If this pattern continues, how many bulbs should Geoff expect in the tenth year?

A.)2,048 bulbs***
B.)1,024 bulbs
C.)40 bulbs
D.)32 bulbs

A?

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  1. first year -- 4 = 2(2^1)
    2nd year ---- 8 = 2(2^2)
    3rd year ---- 16= 2(2^3)
    can you see the pattern
    ...
    10th year ----- 2(2^10) = 2048

    you were right!

    Did you do it in a different way?

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  2. Don't trust the person "helping you" at all . They are a lier!!!

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  3. The first answer is a

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  4. But this one is different because it says 10th time, so make sure that they also match your questions as well.

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  5. nibba

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  6. The answers that I just put will get you a 16/16, if your test is lesson 13 unit 5.

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  7. What up:) is wrong. Its 5/16. So I just failed that test. Thanks.

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  8. who got the right answers??????

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  9. so does anybody have the right answers ? Fsee

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  10. whats the right answer?? i need them asap

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  11. 1. C
    2. B

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  12. I am so confused..

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  13. I think they switch the answers around..

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  14. urgh

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  15. its different depending on which state you're in.

    Oregon answers? Anybody?

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  16. after so much conflict i wouldnt even try

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  17. You Fking roller morons, how is it not obvious that the first answer is D?? you subtract 9 from the equation!!! Geez

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  18. It doesn't mean that you're all "wrong". It simply is because they swap the answers so that you can't do this as easily. It could be D for somebody and A for somebody else.

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  19. ATTENTION EVERYONE: CONNEXUS SWAPS QUESTIONS SO YOU CANT GOOD GRADES FROM THESE, I KNOW THE TEST IS HARD BUT YOU HAVE TO FIGURE IT OUT YOURSELVES, SORRY! :)

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  20. Anyone for Orca!!!!!

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  21. Does anyone know the 2018/ 2019 Connection Academy for the United States for Alabama???

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  22. Aye!

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  23. actually no connexus doesnt because ive used answers all the way from 2012 thx very much boo.

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  24. help..

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  25. idk who to trust but i always go for the most liked

    Hi

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  26. everyone of these people are WRONG

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  27. DONT TRUST ANYONE FOR THIS TEST I TRIED ONE THAT SAID IT WAS 100% right and it wasn’t my advise is to use the app photomath and for the word problems just do the best you can because you can make a way better grade if you guessed all the answer than trust one of them above

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  28. Do not use ranita answer it’s very very very wrong

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  29. my test has 19 questions then essay questions?

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  30. bro is happening btw anyone have CA's answers?

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  31. This is CA 2020 Functions Unit Test

    1. d (-3, 6,15, 24, 33,42,51)
    2. c (1y: 6, 2y: 12, 3y: 24...8y: 768)
    3. c (n(n -1) -4 = -4, -2, 2, 8)
    4. b (starts high on the left, stops, and continues down to the right)
    5. c (decreases from 4 to 2 in 3 sec, increases to 6 in 1 sec and stays there)
    6. c (output of f(-3) is 25)
    7. b ($15 per car, E(c) = 15c)
    8. b (x: 0, 2, 4, 6 ||| y: -5, -2, 1, 4||| 3/2)
    9. b ( Dixie hill rises 3/5 ft every 1ft horizonal)
    10. c (y = 1/3x -4, line is low)
    11. a ( y= -5x+ 2, passes through 2 and 0)
    12. d (x: 1, 2, 3... y: 9, 12, 15...y= 6 + 3x)
    13. c ($3.5 an hour, $6 transportation, y= 3.5 + 6
    14. a ($1.35 for 1st, $1.10 additional, y = 1.10(x-1) + 1.35)
    15. d (x: -3, -2, -1... y: -1,2,5... y= 3x +8)
    16: d (x: -1, 0, 1... y: 6, 5, 6...y=x^2+5)

    17-19 are essay questions

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  32. Just so you guys know, if you go to Connections Academy they switch up the test questions for Algebra/math. They do this so nobody cheats, I had to learn the hard way.

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  33. I hope you all pass the test! good luck ;)

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