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{{ printedBook.courseTrack.name }} {{ printedBook.name }} The common ratio of a geometric sequence is the ratio between any two consecutive terms.

The common ratio of our sequence is $23 .$ To obtain the $next$ $three$ $terms,$ we multiply by $23 .$

To plot these terms, we will let the horizontal axis represent the position of the term within the sequence — this is the domain — and the vertical axis will represent the value of the terms — the range.