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and until they come, do you know what a geometric sequence is?

For a geometric series we are multiplying by a number oover and over

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Still waiting patiently for an answer

: )

anybody plz

dividing side by side those equations, we get:
\[\Large {q^6} = - 2\]

please can you check your data, since the last equation has not solutions for q

what do you mean?

maybe a_10=6?

it's -6

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@Australopithecus please help

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@chmvijay please help

what # raised to the power of 6 that gives 2

yes but i need the equation for the 22nd term. q is just the ratio

we have:
\[\Large {a_{22}} = {a_1}{q^{21}}\]

if it was that easy, i would have solved already. Sorry

problems on geometrical sequences are always easy, I think that there is a typo into your textbook

there is no typo

as you can see we are not able to determine your sequence

when the teacher gives us the answer, i'll let you know

ok! I will wait that answer, thanks!

@mathmath333 please help

@misty1212 please help

the underlined word seems a mistake. as far my experience.
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Do you mean \(\sf ar^{21}\) ?

can you post the screenshot of your question ?

This should give you the answer you seek