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Algebra

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find the nth term $a_{n}$ of each geometric sequence. When given, r is the common ratio. $$ 4,1, \frac{1}{4}, \frac{1}{16}, \dots $$

Chapter 9

Sequences; Induction; the Binomial Theorem

Section 3

Geometric Sequences; Geometric Series

we are given a geometric sequence, which is 41 one, divided by 41 divided by 16 and so on. So the first time is equal to four, and the common ratio R is equal to one divided by four. Now the end it's Tome has given us a one multiplied with our race to the part off and minus one, which will become equal to four multiplied with one divided by four. Race to the part off and minus one, which will be equal before multiplied with one divided by four, race to the part off and minus one.

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