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dietrich_harmon
 3 years ago
Find the next three terms of the sequence. Then write a rule for the sequence.
648, 216, 72, 24
dietrich_harmon
 3 years ago
Find the next three terms of the sequence. Then write a rule for the sequence. 648, 216, 72, 24

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tkhunny
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1648 216 72 24 119 547 1449 Just as valid. I could tell you the rule if youwere interested, but most folks are not. Rule: Given a finite number of term in A sequence, there are INFINITELY many extensions of that sequence. It is wholly and painfully inappropriate to state, "Find THE next three terms of THE sequence. Then write a rule for THE sequence." It would be FAR more appropriate to state: "Find a formula that will reproduce this sequence and continue this sequence for three more terms. Justify your answer."
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