# Two geometric progressions

Insert several numbers between numbers 6 and 384 so that they form with the given GP numbers and that the following applies:

a) the sum of all numbers is 510

And for another GP to apply:

b) the sum of entered numbers is -132

(These are two different geometric sequences but with the same two members)

a) the sum of all numbers is 510

And for another GP to apply:

b) the sum of entered numbers is -132

(These are two different geometric sequences but with the same two members)

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