anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is closest to the 22nd term in the following sequence? 16.4, –14.76, 13.284, –11.9556
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anonymous
  • anonymous
16.4
anonymous
  • anonymous
i don't know
anonymous
  • anonymous
i gave u answer i have the florida virtual school i had the same question 2day

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i passed the test and git this question right
anonymous
  • anonymous
1.62?
whpalmer4
  • whpalmer4
What do you get if you do the following divisions? 16.4/-14.76= -14.76/13.284= 13.284/-11.9556= Remember that a geometric sequence is one where each term produces the next term by multiplication by a constant. Nothing says the constant has to be positive!
whpalmer4
  • whpalmer4
If you have a sequence \(\{a_k\}, k = 1, 2, ... \text{and } a_k = a_0 r^k\). \[a_0 = 16.4\]\[r = (-14.76/16.4)\]\[a_{22} = a_0 r^{22} = \] Looks like the ratio is supposed to be -9/10.

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