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Ball 1 Ball 2 Ball 3 Starting Height 6’6” 6’6” 6’6” Height 2 3’9” 3’3 3’8” Height 3 2’6” 2’3” 2’4” Height 4 1’8” 4’1” 1’6” Height 5 1’5” 1’1” 1’ I need to find an = a1rn – 1or the geometric sequence of these for the 5th term of each ball? I dont understand one bit....

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@Callisto do you know how to do this ?
@Callisto hey you....... you smart person you XP watcha think??? can ya help me.... i'll try to explain more if needed... im sooo stuckkk
I'm sorry that I'm not able to help at this moment. I'll check it later to if you still need help. I'm very sorry for that.

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NOOOOOOOOOO dont leave me hangin' :""""( omg im toast!!
Sure that info is right? Height 4 for Ball 2 seems off.
Lord help me idk im done lol i legitimately give up on this one....

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