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The sequence $6,-9,x,y$ is such that the first three terms form an arithmetic sequence and the last three terms form a geometric sequence. Find $x$ and $y$.

Express your answer as $x,y$.

There is no 6 terms, so assuming that 6 is the first term we know x = -34, now what would y be if it is now geometric?

Guest Feb 18, 2019