Margo's dad offers to give her 5¢ on Sunday, Then for each day of the week, he offers to give her 5 times the amount from the previous day. How much will he give her on Saturday? Write an expression to show how much Margo's dad gives her on Saturday.

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Margo's dad offers to give her $$\displaystyle{5}¢$$ on Sunday, Then for each day of the week, he offers to give her 5 times the amount from the previous day. How much will he give her on Saturday? Write an expression to show how much Margo's dad gives her on Saturday.

2021-01-28
On the first day she gets 5 cents. On the second day she gets $$\displaystyle{5}{\left({5}\right)}={25}={5}^{{2}}$$ cents. On the third day she gets 25(5) = 125 = 5% cents. The amount she gets on day is then $$\displaystyle{5}^{{n}}$$ cents. If Sunday is day 1, then Saturday is day 7 since Saturday is 6 days after Sunday. The amount she gets on Saturday is then $$\displaystyle{5}^{{7}}$$ cents = 78.125 cents.

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