Pre-Algebra

1. What are the next three terms in the sequence? (1 point)
-3,6,15,24, …
a. 35,46,57
b.34,44,54
c.33,44,56
d.33,42,51***

2. Geoff planted dahlias in his garden. Dahlias have bulbs that divide and reproduce underground. In the first year, Geoff's garden produced 8 bulbs. in the second year, it produced 16 bulbs, and in the third year it produced 32 bulbs. If this pattern continues, how many bulbs should Geoff expect in the sixth year?

a.64 bulbs
b.512 bulbs
c.128 bulbs***
d.256 bulbs

3. Which graph represents y as a function of x?

(sorry cant show the pictures)(I think other students will know if their taking this quiz)

This is for Unit 2 Lesson 13 Functions unit test for connexus students

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  1. #1, ok
    #2, no
    first year --- 8 = 8*2^0
    2nd year --- 16 = 8*2^1
    3rd year --- 32 = 8*2^2
    ...
    6th year ---- ??

    #3 >>> ?

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  2. Thank you Reiny! I accidentally skipped a number on number two. Now I realize the answer is 256 TYSM :)

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