# Geometric progression - high school - math problems

#### Number of problems found: 112

• Geometric progression Fill 4 numbers between 4 and -12500 to form geometric progression.
• Geometric progression In geometric progression, a1 = 7, q = 5. Find the condition for n to sum first n members is: sn≤217.
• Geometric progression 2 There is geometric sequence with a1=5.7 and quotient q=-2.5. Calculate a17.
• Geometric seq Find the third member of geometric progression if a1 + a2 = 36 and a1 + a3 = 90. Calculate its quotient.
• GP - 8 items Determine the first eight members of a geometric progression if a9=512, q=2
• Missing term 2 What is the missing term for the Geometric Progression (GP) 3, 15, 75,__, 1875?
• Q of GP Calculate quotient of geometric progression if a1=5 a a1+a2=12.
• Sum 1-6 Find the sum of the geometric progression 3, 15, 75,… to six terms.
• Geometric progressiob If the sum of four consective terms of geometric progression is 80 and arithmetic mean of second and fourth term is 30 then find terms?
• GP - three members The second and third of a geometric progression are 24 and 12(c+1) respectively, given that the sum of the first three terms of progression is 76 determine value of c
• Geometric sequence 5 About members of geometric sequence we know: ? ? Calculate a1 (first member) and q (common ratio or q-coefficient)
• Geometric sequence In the geometric sequence is a4 = 20 a9 = -160. Calculate the first member a1 and quotient q.
• Quotient Determine the quotient and the second member of the geometric progression where a3=10, a1+a2=-1,6 a1-a2=2,4.
• Six speeds A drilling machine is to have 6 speed ranging from 50 to 750 revolution per minute. If the speed forms a geometric progression, determine their values.
• Gp - 80 Sum of the first four members of a geometric progression is 80. Determine they if we know that the fourth member is nine times greater than the second.
• Three members GP The sum of three numbers in GP (geometric progression) is 21 and the sum of their squares is 189. Find the numbers.
• Geometric progression 4 8,4√2,4,2√2
• Insert into GP Between numbers 5 and 640 insert as many numbers to form geometric progression so sum of the numbers you entered will be 630. How many numbers you must insert?
• Geometric sequence 3 In geometric sequence is a8 = 312500; a11= 39062500; sn=1953124. Calculate the first item a1, quotient q and n - number of members by their sum s_n.
• Tenth member Calculate the tenth member of geometric sequence when given: a1=1/2 and q=2

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