# explain why there are so many pennies on rows 1-4. how do you think the number of pennies on rows 5-8 will compare?

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## Why are there so many pennies on Rows 1

Why are there so many pennies on Rows 1-4. How do you think the number of pennies on Rows 5-8 will compare?

## Why are there so many pennies on Rows 1-4. How do you think the number of pennies on Rows 5-8 will compare?

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## Why are there so many pennies on Rows 1-4. How do you think the number of pennies on Rows 5-8 will compare?

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mocmien2 0

August 1, 2021 at 9:38 pm

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**Answer:**

The number of pennies doubles each time, so the count grows exponentially. The number of pennies on Rows 5-8 will be much greater than on Rows 1-4.

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August 1, 2021 at 9:39 pm

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Hi so we’re going to answer on your question which is “Why are there so many pennies on Rows 1-4. How do you think the number of pennies on Rows 5-8 will compare?”

The comparison of rows 1-4 and rows 5-8 have different rows of pennies to make.

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How many squares are on the chessboard?

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64

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How many pennies are on each square?

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How many squares are on the chessboard?

64

How many pennies are on each square?

a= 1 b= 2 c= 4 d= 8 e= 16 f= 32 g= 64 h= 128

The total number of pennies on Row 1 is:

1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 + 32 + 64 + 128 =

255

compare your prediction with the total number of pennies on Row 1. How would you change your estimate? Is the result surprising?

my estimate was wrong i just added plus 2 when i was doubling the whole previous number.

How many pennies would be on the square labeled H?

C 2^7

How many pennies are on the nth square?

B

The sequence formed is geometric, with a1

and common ratio r =

1 2

Which formula can be used to sum the first n terms of a geometric sequence?

B

Explain how you should use the formula to calculate the number of pennies on Rows 1-4. Why use the formula?

The formula is much faster

The formula is much faster

A

Square 33 is the first square in Row 5, the first square of the second half of the chessboard.

How many pennies are on square 33?

B 2^32

The number of pennies on square 33 is the sum of ALL the pennies on the first half of the chess board.

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How many pennies are on square 64

2^ 63

The number of pennies on square 64 is the total number of pennies on the first 63 squares.

Greater than

Which summation represents the total number of pennies on the chessboard?

A

How many pennies are on the chessboard?

B

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