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 A geometric progression 2010-12-15 From Abeth:find the value of x so that 2(x-1), x+3, x will be a geometric progression.Answered by Penny Nom. A geometric sequence 2010-04-13 From glen:A geometric sequence has a first term of 0.1024, a second term of 0.256, and a middle term of 156.25. how many terms are there in the whole sequence? i know that r=2.5 but i dont know how to find how many terms there are.Answered by Penny Nom. A geometric sequence 2010-02-22 From Kelsey:_, 2, _, _, 250, _ i don't know how to fill in the missing termsAnswered by Penny Nom. A geometric progression 2009-05-16 From sweta:find the ratio of GP if the first term is 1 and the sum of third and fifth term is 90.Answered by Penny Nom. Geometric sequences 2008-06-08 From Rita:A geometric sequence is given. Find the common ratio and write out the first four terms. (1) {(-5)^n} (2) {(2^n)/(3^(n - 1)}Answered by Penny Nom. A geometric sequence 2005-06-21 From A student:The first three terms of a geometric series are 3(q+5), 3(q+3), (q+7) respectively. Calulate the value of q.Answered by Penny Nom.

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