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At first there's zero dark squares then there's one but times one times two equals two. So then there's two lines, then two times two equals four so there's four dark blue lines. Four times two equals eight then eight times two equals sixteen, then sixteen times two equals thirty two and so on. and same as light blue squares but dividing.
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