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Hannah_Ahn

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GR.12 MATH: please help // If y-3, y, and 3y+4 are consecutive terms in a geometric sequence, determine the value(s) of y.

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  1. MarinaDL
    • 2 years ago
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    \[\frac{y-3}{y}=\frac{y}{3y+4}\] because it's geometric sequence

  2. MarinaDL
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    (y-3)(3y+4)=y^2 then solve this quadratic equation and both solutions will work for the problem.

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    Oh my god! I got it! Thanks :) :)

  4. MarinaDL
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    you are welcome. glad I was able to help.

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