The sum of the first n terms in the infinite geometric sequence 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, ... is \(15/32\). Find n.
First we can see that the sum of the first n terms ends with a denominator of 32.
If the denominator multiplies by 2 every time, then we know the last term has a denominator of 32.
Thus n = 4.
This is true because the first term can be 8/32, second term is 4/32, third term is 2/32, and the fourth term is 1/32,
adding up the four terms is 15/32, so there are 4 terms, and that is the explanation why n = 4.