Rachel and Scott’s Ponte Vedra Inn and Club Wedding * Jacksonville Wedding Photographers

Vendors //  Venue : Ponte Vedra Inn // Wedding Coordinator – Robin Schaal  // Videographer – Florist – Wedding Cake – Publix  // Wedding Dress – DJ – White Tie Events

Kellie and Ryan’s Treasury Wedding * St. Augustine Wedding Photographers

Vendors //  Ceremony and Reception Venue : The Treasury on the Plaza //  Wedding Planner : Christina Kreations // Floral Design : Liz Stewart // Make-up :  Kimtasha // Band : RiverTown Band  //  Videography : Collab Creations  //  Caterer: Casa Monica Hotel/ 95 Cordova & Taco Lu Baja Mexicana  //  Bride’s Gown: Ever After Miami (Designer- Oscar De La Renta)  // Bride’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin  //  Bride’s Hair: Heather Rivera  //  Bridesmaid Hair: Paulina Perez  //  Bridesmaid Dresses: Bella Bridesmaids  //  Menswear: Michael’s Formalwear  //  Lighting: Mark Grandin Events  //  Rentals: St. Johns Illuminations

Maggie and Max’s Engagement Session * St. Augustine Wedding Photographers

• Dion - Thanks so much, Janet! We are so excited to have eroyvene here to Chicago! We are hoping to have the pugs be a part of the wedding but are still working out the details with the venue not sure if it will work out. ideally they’d be able to come for the cocktail hour! Can’t you just see them with little bowtie collars!? in the appropriate wild-berry wedding color, of course!

Melanie and Steve’s Walker’s Landing Wedding * Amelia Island Wedding Photographers

• Okay sam so we have (3(5^(n+1)– 1)+3*4*5^(n+1))/4 all divided by 4 but lets just igrone that 1/4 and we’ll bring it in at the end so we have3(5^(n+1) – 1)+3*4*5^(n+1)=3(5^(n+1))-3+12(5^(n+1))=15(5^(n+1))-3So now we take 3 out as a common factor and get:3(5*5^(n+1)-1)But 5*5^(n+1)=5^1*5^(n+1) and when we have to things of the same value raised to different powers we add the powers so we add n+1 and 1 too get n+2so therefore 3(5*5^(n+1)-1)=3(5^(n+2)-1)= 3(5^((n+1)+1)–1)and bringing back in the 1/4 we get like i have above 3(5^((n+1)+1)–1) all divided by 4and so its true for P(n + 1) is true if true for P(n).hopefully that clears it up +7Was this answer helpful?