Condor34
  • Condor34
Help Please will give medal find the 6th term of the sequence 8 32 128
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anonymous
  • anonymous
8; 32; 128; 512; 2048; 8192
Condor34
  • Condor34
is there like a way to do arithmetically?
Bee_see
  • Bee_see
well, to can start with 32...32/8=4, right?

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Bee_see
  • Bee_see
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Bee_see
  • Bee_see
512 times 4=???
Condor34
  • Condor34
2,048
Condor34
  • Condor34
but i need to do this like with a sequence
Bee_see
  • Bee_see
2048 times 4?
Condor34
  • Condor34
8192
Bee_see
  • Bee_see
right so just do 8192 times 4.
Bee_see
  • Bee_see
http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algtrig/atp2/geoseq.htm
Condor34
  • Condor34
isnt 8192 the answer though
Condor34
  • Condor34
thank you
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  • Bee_see
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Bee_see
  • Bee_see
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kropot72
  • kropot72
The nth term of a geometric sequence is \[\large n _{th} \ term=ar ^{n-1}\] where a is the first term, r is the common ratio and n is the number of terms.
Bee_see
  • Bee_see
We use geometric sequence because we have a common ratio, which is 4. If the difference had been the same, then we would have used arithmetic sequence. You can watch this video: http://www.virtualnerd.com/algebra-2/sequences-series/geometric/geometric-sequences/geometric-or-arithmetic-sequence

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