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In a geometric sequence, the common ratio, r, between any two consecutive terms is always the same. If three terms, u n , u ( n +1) , u ( n +2) are in geometric sequence, then: A geometric progression is a list of terms as in an arithmetic progression but in this case the ratio of successive terms is a constant.

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difference. To find the common difference, subtract two consecutive numbers in the sequence. 16 ± 18 = ±2 15 ± 16 = ±1 13 ± ±2 The difference between terms is not constant. Therefore, it is not an arithmetic sequence. 4, 9, 14, 19, « 62/87,21

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For example... 90+95+100+105+...+235+240 The difference between the first and last terms is 240 - 90 = 150; the common difference between terms is 5; so there are 150/5 = 30 terms after the first one; so the number of terms in the sequence is 31. The average of the first and last terms is (90+240)/2 = 330/2 = 165.

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The common difference is d=91-(16+4d) or d=15. Example 2. Insert four numbers between 3 and 12 so that all six numbers are in arithmetic sequence. solution: Suppose the common difference is d. ∴ the numbers are 3, 3+d, 3+2d, 3+3d, 3+4d, and 12 3+5d=12 5d=9→d=9/5=1.8 So, the sequence is 3, 4.8, 6.6, 8.4, 10.2, 12. Example 3.

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Difference definition, the state or relation of being different; dissimilarity: There is a great difference between the two. See more.