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Muro de piedra

Task

Sarah quiere construir un muro de piedra en un lado de su garaje. Sarah recoge piedras del terreno detrás de su casa. El primer día, Sarah recoge cuatro piedras pequeñas y cinco piedras grandes. El segundo día, Sarah recoge ocho piedras pequeñas y ocho piedras grandes. El tercer día, Sarah recoge doce piedra pequeñas y once piedras grandes. Si este patrón continúa, ¿cuántas piedras pequeñas y grandes recoge Sarah el décimo día? Sarah ve que ahora tiene suficientes piedras pequeñas y grandes para su muro de piedra. ¿Cuántas piedras pequeñas y grandes recoge Sarah para el muro de piedra? Demuestra todo tu razonamiento matemático.

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