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## Sarah makes 5 ribbons the first day. On the second day she doubles the number of ribbons made in the first day. On the third day she d

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Sarah makes 5 ribbons the first day. On the second day she doubles the number of

ribbons made in the first day. On the third day she doubles the number what she made

on the second day. How many ribbons has she made on the third day?

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I believe your answer is 20

Step-by-step explanation: When you double 5, you get 10, which would be the amout of ribbons she made on the second day, if you double 10, you get 20.I hope this helps!20 ribbons

Explanation:

1st day— 5 ribbons

2nd day—2 x 5 = 10 ribbbns

3rd day— 2 x 10 = 20

Hope this helps