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Recognizing Geometric Sequences

Recognizing Geometric Sequences 1.14 - Solution

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The common ratio of a geometric sequence is the ratio between any two consecutive terms.

The common ratio of our sequence is To obtain the we multiply by

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.