anonymous
  • anonymous
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Homeworksucks
  • Homeworksucks
I'm going to trust that you've done sequences before, and here we go the formula for a geometric sequence(one that multiplies by a number) is \[t _{n}=t _{1}r ^{n-1}\]
Homeworksucks
  • Homeworksucks
That is, the nth term of a sequence is equal to the first term times the common ratio (-2 i guess) raised to the n-1 power
anonymous
  • anonymous
1, -2, 4, -8, 16, -32 n1, n2, n3, n4, n5, n6 n1, n1*-2, n2*-2, n3*-2, n4*-2, n5*-2

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Homeworksucks
  • Homeworksucks
so, plugging that in we get t6=1*-2^5
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Homeworksucks
  • Homeworksucks
so, (-2)^5 is -32, and that ( i think is your answer)

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