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The series 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 + 32 + . . . is: arithmetic geometric both neither

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    is it geometric?

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  2. bl4ckj4ck777
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    Yes, with a common ratio of 2/1

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    If each term had the same difference, ie 2,4,6,8 then it would be arithmetic

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    hey its arithmetic, i did that in school. and i asked my mom 2. she is so smart. u all should meet her. her email is vvansickle2000@yahoo.com my is amber.franklin5490@kirtland.edu if u need anything just let me know or my mom know k.

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    i would appriciate the help much. i'm finishing my math school work online and i am completely clueless. @afranklin12

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    so u r saying not 2 help u now or somthing

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    no im saying i need help

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  8. bl4ckj4ck777
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    Arithmetic is only if there is no ratio between each term. Geometric is if there is a ratio, and there is in this example, a ratio of 2.

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    i told u

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