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Please give at least 3 more terms of this sequence and the formula or the method used to generate them:

{1, 2/3, 1/3, 2/15, 2/45, 4/315, ...}. Thank you for help.

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Your sequence continues in this fashion:

 

1, 2/3, 1/3, 2/15, 2/45, 4/315, 1/315, 2/2835, 2/14175, 4/155925, 2/467775, 4/6081075.........etc.

The nth term =2^n/2(n), where n=term number and 2_(n) is the "rising factorial".

Note: the above fractions have been reduced to their minimums.

Guest Nov 12, 2017

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