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The design shown in the figure consists of squares and is created in several steps. In the first step, a square measuring 1 inch on each side is drawn. In the second step, a 1-inch-wide border is drawn around the square, creating a larger square. In each subsequent step, a 1-inch-wide border is drawn around the largest existing square. What is the number of steps that will be needed in order to create a design in which the largest existing square measures 47 inches on each side?

_____ steps
n, k and r are all positive integers

If $$n^{k}$$=10r+3, then n could be?

Citing the corruption and intrigue that characterized politics in the city, my colleague ____________ the newspaper's trove of journalism prizes, declaring that finding exciting stories in the city must be effortless.
The commission's report is free of bureaucratic jargon and, for a document that must have been written by multiple authors, it is remarkably (i)____________ in style. In that respect, the document is an improbable literary triumph; its analysis and recommendations, however, are (ii)____________.
It can be inferred from the passage that members of "feminist consciousness-raising groups"
In the context of the passage, the highlighted portion serves primarily to
The author would likely agree with which of the following statements about the "black holes [the LHC] could conceivably form"?
The author presents the "potential caveat" as
Which of the following statements best describes the function of the first paragraph in the context of the passage as a whole?
The author suggests that the argument advanced in the second paragraph of the passage may be challenged for which of the following reasons?
Some of the characters and themes depicted on the painted glass vessels found at Begram point toward an Egyptian provenance, but Egypt was not the ____________, and perhaps not even the principal place of manufacture.
Julia's success as an academic scientist came largely as the product of her gift for the scholastic ____________: although definitely not a genius, she had a plodding tenacity and an apparent immunity to drudgery.
Scholars of the civil rights movement have often characterized it as springing from social, political, and economic structures ____________ the South, thus overlooking the tradition of civil rights activism in other regions of the country.
Which of the following most logically completes the argument?
The author of the passage makes which of the following claims about the "theorists"?
The passage suggests that one reason the United States women's movement became more involved in electoral politics than did the Canadian women's movement was that

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