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The Structure below are formed using identical solids stacked on top of each other. The height of Figure 1 is 26cm when the solids are stacked two levels high. It is 35cm when the solids are stacked three levels high.
(a) How many levels must the solids be stacked in order for the structure to reach a height of 89cm?
(b) How many solids are needed to form the structure of height 89cm?

Question Image of The Structure below are formed using identical solids stacked on top of each other. The height of Figure 1 is 26cm when the solids are stacked two levels high. It is 35cm when the solids are stacked three levels high. <br>(a) How many levels must the solids be stacked in order for the structure to reach a height of 89cm? <br> (b) How many solids are needed to form the structure of height 89cm?   .
A
(a) 3
(b) 35
B
(a) 6
(b) 40
C
(a) 9
(b) 45
D
(a) 12
(b) 50
E
None of the above