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The sum of three consecutive terms of a geometric sequence is 104 and their product is 13824.find the terms.

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yanipetkov (60)· 6 months agoI got the answer: There are two geometrical sequences:

First: 8, 24, 72

Second: 72, 24, 8

correct?

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florino (46)· 6 months agoThe two geometrical sequences includes:

1st (First): 8, 24, 72

2nd (Second): 72, 24, 8

visabella (46)· 6 months agoThere are two geometrical sequences:

1 (8,24,72)

2 (72,24,8)