Sarah S.

asked • 01/18/16

3 numbers form an arithmetic sequence with a common difference of 11. If the first number....

           Three numbers form an arithmetic sequence with a common difference of 11. If the first number is decreased by 6, the second number is decreased by 1 and the third number is doubled, these three new numbers would form a geometric sequence. Determine the first three terms of the original arithmetic sequence. 

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Edward C. answered • 01/19/16

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