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Find the 6th term of a geometric sequence with t1 = 7 and t9 = 45,927.

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  1. anonymous
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    Hi. To find the 6th term, simply use the formula of the geometric sequence: asubn = asub1 * r ^(n-1) asub1 is given to you: tsub1 = 7. asub9 is given to you: tsub9 = 45927. Use asub9 with asub1 inside to find r. Once you have r, find asub6.

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