AS level chemistry- help!!

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The rate of a reaction doubles for each 10 K increase in temperature.
If the temperature of this reaction is increased from 298 K to 358 K the rate of the reaction increases by a factor of
A6
B 12
C 36
D 64

The answer is D but i don't know how
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So the rate of reaction rises exponentially with each 10 degree rise in temperature.
358-298=60.
So the rate of reaction will double 6 times.
2 to the power of 6 (2^6) = 64.

Thus 64 is your answer.
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