The following GMAT Problem Solving question tests your understanding of how to add up a finite set of terms that form a geometric sequence.

**Question 13**:

$\dfrac{3(4^5 + 4^6+4^7+4^8+4^9+4^{10})}{2^5+2^6+2^7+2^8+2^9+2^{10}}=$

- $\quad 2^{10}+2^{5}$
- $\quad 2^{10}+2^6$
- $\quad 2^{11}+2^{5}$
- $\quad 2^{11}+2^{6}$
- $\quad 2^{16}$

**Video Explanation**