WILL GIVE MEDAL!! Find an explicit rule for the nth term of the sequence. 2, -8, 32, -128, ... @ganeshie8 @Luigi0210 @whpalmer4

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hint: think geometric sequence
In case you have no memory of what that means it means term divided by previous term will always be equal to the same number we call this number the common ratio
can you find the common ratio ?

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Each number is multiplied by -4 to get to the next number
so yes the common ratio is -4 notice your first term is 2 the geometric series in explicit form looks like: \[a_n=a_1 \cdot r^{n-1}\]
a_1=2 and r=-4
an= 2*(-4)^(n-1)?
yep
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