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  • one year ago

Find the next two terms of the multiplication pattern 5 , 30 , 180 , 1080 , ? , ? < find the two terms

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    @Nnesha

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    can u give me the exact answer , cause I have to go like now , if you can

  3. Nnesha
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    multiplication pattern so that's a geometric seq where you multiply by same number to find common ratio \[\huge\rm r=\frac{ a_2 }{ a_1 } ,\frac{ a_3 }{ a_2 }\] a_2 = 2nd term a_3 = 3rd term a_1=first term so divide 2nd term by 1st one or 3rd by 2nd one to get the answer

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    im confused, can u give me the answer cause I have to go now

  5. Nnesha
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    sorry i can't just divide 2nd term by first one or 3rd term by 2nd term to get the answer

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