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One thing I don't get in the explanation is when it says the distance from A-D is 3 times the distance between C to D...then they multiply that distance by 6?? It's probably a stupid question but for some reason I'm not getting why to multiply by 6 instead of 3...

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One thing I don't get in the explanation is when it says the distance from A-D is 3 times the distance between C to D...then they multiply that distance by 6?? It's probably a stupid question but for some reason I'm not getting why to multiply by 6 instead of 3...

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You are right we will multiply the distance between C&D by 3 to get the distance between A&D.
I think the 6 in "6(5^13-5^12)" is a typo in the solution. They correct that in the subsequent calculation when they state: 5^13 - 3(5^13 - 5^12). And the final OA is correct.
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ahh ok, thanks, I was getting really confused there. It's funny how one small typo can confuse everything.
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