Joshua C.

asked • 04/06/18

This sequence firm term is equal to four, and the value of each term after the first term is two times greater than the previous term.

This is an a word problem but I cannot find the pattern of the problem. I'm also having trouble finding the pattern and who much it's increasing.

Mark M.

"two times greater" is strange wording.
Do you mean each term is twice the previous. If so see my solution.


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Andrew M. answered • 04/07/18

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