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What is a geometric sequence?
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A geometric sequence is a sequence in which each term is found by multiplying the preceding term by the same value. Its general term is
\[
a_{n}=a_{1} r^{n-1}
\]
The value \(r\) is called the common ratio. It is found by taking any term in the sequence and dividing it by its preceding term.
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