SUPER G.S QUESTION : ___________________ An infinite G.s the sum of the 1st n terms =b ,and the sum of the first 2n terms = c , and the sum of the first 3n terms = d , PROVE THAT (b,c-d,d-c,.....) is an infinite G.s and the sum of any number of its terms cant exceed the sum of the sum of the original sequence up to infinity ......

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Geometric sequence :D

how that c-d is geometric mean of preceding and suceeding term

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