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Douglass Houghton Workshop, Section 2, Tue 9/13/11 Worksheet Chocolate Frosting 1. As we know, Taylor has a Pomeranian dog. His name is Manny. In tribute to him, Taylor began collecting Pomeranian related items, such as Pomeranian T-shirts, a Pomeranian lunchbox, Pomeranian decals for her bike, and more. This year, after she had accumulated 40 Pomeranian-related items, she had had enough and wanted to move on to something else. But her (well-meaning) friends and relatives, observing the Pomeranians around her, assumed she wanted more, and started giving her things. Write equations for the number of Pomeranians Taylor will have t years from now, under the following conditions: (a) Taylor receives 5 new Pomeranian items every year. (b) In year t Taylor receives one new Pomeranian item for each pair of items she had in year t - 1. (c) Taylor receives 1 Pomeranian next year, 2 the year after that, 3 the year after that, etc. 2. Last time we found formulas for Michael Phelps’ dampness after regular towelling and
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2012 for the course MATH 146 taught by Professor Conger during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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