students are marching in a parade.There are 3 cadets in a row.What is the rule which gives the number of cadets,given the number of rows? About the author Clara

Step-by-step explanation: We know that No. of cadets in 1 row=3 No. of cadets in 2 row=3×2=6 No. of cadets in 3 row=3×3=9 So, No. of cadets =3×no. of rows Now, taking no. of rows=n Therefore, No. of cadets=3×n=3n Where n=no. of rows This is the right answer for your question. Reply

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Step-by-step explanation:We know that

No. of cadets in 1 row=3

No. of cadets in 2 row=3×2=6

No. of cadets in 3 row=3×3=9

So,

No. of cadets =3×no. of rows

Now, taking no. of rows=n

Therefore,

No. of cadets=3×n=3n

Where n=no. of rows

This is the right answer for your question.