I don't want the answer to this question, rather just whether it is actually possible. So far I have found m = 10 and r = 2 (or alternatively m = 0 and r = -1/2) which gives the consecutive terms...

I don't want the answer to this question, rather just whether it is actually possible. So far I have found m = 10 and r = 2 (or alternatively m = 0 and r = -1/2) which gives the consecutive terms...

Hi there, would love for any help on this topic. Thanks in advance!

a drilling machine is designed to have 6 speeds ranging from 100 rpm to 800 rpm. if it is known that the speeds from a geometric progression, determine their values to the nearest whole number.

The sum of the first four terms of a positive geometric sequence is five times the sum of the first two terms

The value of 2^1/4 * 4^1/8 * 8^1/16 *16^1/32...... Till infinity Is. (The answer is 2)

The seventh term, u7, of a geometric sequence is 108. The eighth term, u8, of the sequence is 36. (a) Write down the common ratio of the sequence. (b) Find...

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Lisa earned RM2000 in a certain year from a certain source and her earnings from that year continued to increase at the rate of 5% per annum. Calculate, to nearest RM, the total amount she received...

the 10th term of harmonic progression 1/5,4/19,2/9,4/7,.....is ?

If the second term of a geometric progression is -4/3 and the third term is 8/3, find a1 and r a1 being first term and r being common ratio.

FIND THE TOTAL DISTANCE IT HAS TRAVELLED WHEN IT HITS THE GROUND FOR THE 10TH TIME

indicate where these are a) geometric, arthmetic or neither b) If geometric, give the common ratio. If arithmetic, give the common...

the sum of three numbers in geometric sequence is 14. if the first two terms are each increased by 1 and the third term decreased by 1, the resulting numbers are in an arithmetic sequence. find the...

the third term of a geometric sequence is 6 and the fifth is 81 times the first term. write the first five terms of the progression, assuming the terms are positive

in a set of four numbers, the first three are in a geometric sequence and the last in an arithmetic sequence with a common difference of 6. if the number is the same as the fourth, find the four...

I feel we have two unknown values here, either the first term or sum to infinity should have been given. I think so! Help

a)If the value of an article is assumed to increase annually by 5% of its value at the beginning of the year,after how many years will its value double? b).If the common ratio of a GP with a sum...