Consider the geometric sequence 3, 3/2, 3/4, 3/8, ... . Find the eighth term of the sequence. Express your answer as a common fraction.

Guest May 5, 2022

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The first term is 3/2⁰.

The second one is 3/2¹.

The third is 3/2².

The pattern continues, because it is a geometric sequence. The eighth term would be

3/2⁷ = \(3 \over 128\)

WhyamIdoingthis May 5, 2022

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Best Answer

The first term is 3/2⁰.

The second one is 3/2¹.

The third is 3/2².

The pattern continues, because it is a geometric sequence. The eighth term would be

3/2⁷ = \(3 \over 128\)

WhyamIdoingthis May 5, 2022