Please help stilll cant find this out? what is the next three terms in the squence 80,20,5,5/4

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Please help stilll cant find this out? what is the next three terms in the squence 80,20,5,5/4

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what is the common ration - how do you get from the first term to the second, second to the third....
i know i divid by 4 but i get a decimal?
or 5/4 divided by 4 is 5/4 x 1/4 =5/16

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so then i would 5/16 x 1/4?
and get 5/64?
yup!
and then 5/256? just wondering
yes, the next three terms are 5/16, 5/64, 5/256 great job!
thankyou!

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