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Can someone please help me?

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  1. Bri_Love
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    #2 a and b?

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  2. k.rajabhishek
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    a. 1/4

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  3. Bri_Love
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    How did you get 1/4?

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  4. Luigi0210
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    Common ratio is .25

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  5. Luigi0210
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    All the numbers in the sequence are divided by 4

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  6. Bri_Love
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    ok and do you guys know B?

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  7. k.rajabhishek
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    5/16, 5/64, 5/256

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  8. Bri_Love
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    And why are those the next 3 numbers?

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  9. Luigi0210
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    The next 3 numbers, would be 5/16, 5/64, 5/256

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  10. Bri_Love
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    What did you do to get those next 3 number?

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  11. omoshiroi
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    try explaining why it is, instead of giving her the answer.

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  12. Bri_Love
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    @omoshiroi why is the next 3 numbers that?

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  13. omoshiroi
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    you have to use the common ratio on the next 3 set of numbers. What is the common ratio?

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  14. Bri_Love
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    .25

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  15. omoshiroi
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    correct but use the fraction 1/4. it is easier to work with fraction than decimals. multiply the common ratio by the last number in the sequence

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  16. Bri_Love
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    ok so i would do 5/4 times 1/4 to get one number and then do it 3 times?

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  17. omoshiroi
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    yes , So it would be 5/4 X 1/4 = 5/16

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  18. omoshiroi
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    then multiply 5/16 by the common ratio, and repeat.

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    ok thanks!

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  20. omoshiroi
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    remember to only multiply the LAST number by the common ratio to get the next number

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  21. Bri_Love
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    ok

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