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What is the common ratio of the sequen 2,4,8,16...? Thanks(:

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  1. johnny0929
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    Notice the series goes up by 2x :)

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  2. Troublemaker
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    Well l did notice that as I was typing it. But how to I find the common Ratio?

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  3. rizwan_uet
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    take any two consective terms in this sequence and divide the higher number by the lower you will get the common ratio

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  4. rizwan_uet
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    |dw:1360603503030:dw|

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  5. rizwan_uet
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    are you not getting my point??

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  6. Troublemaker
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    No not really... /:

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  7. Troublemaker
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    Im trying.

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  8. johnny0929
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    Basically, it's \[\frac{2nd}{1st}\]

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  9. Troublemaker
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    so 4 divided by 2?

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  10. johnny0929
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    yup

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    it also equals to 8/4 and 16/8 and so on and so forth!

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  12. Troublemaker
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    So the common ratio would be 2....? :o

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  13. johnny0929
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    Yup!

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  14. Troublemaker
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    Oh thank you!

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  15. johnny0929
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    no problem!

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