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A pile of blocks has 60 blocks in the bottom row, 54 blocks in the second row, 48 blocks in the third row, and so on until there are only 6 blocks on the top row. How many blocks are in the 8th row? 10th row?

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  1. Note that each row has 6 blocks less than the one before. So, row n has 60-6(n-1)=66-6n blocks.

    Now just use your values of n.

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  2. What is the answer on this Question? A pile or blocks has 60 blocks in the bottom row, 54 on the second, 48 on the third, and so on until there are only 6 blocks on the top row. How many blocks are there in the 9th row? How many blocks are in the pile?

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  3. A pile of blocks is 60 in the bottom row 54 blocks in the second row 48 blocks in the third row

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