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Posted by **Janis** on Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 8:11pm.

1, .025, .1 repeating, .0625,.04

2root2, 4, 4root3, 8root3, 8root15, 24root10

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**MathMate**, Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 8:45pmThere's probably a typo in the first one:

1,**.25**, .1 repeating, .0625,.04...

If that's the case, look at the sequence as follows:

1÷1,1÷4,1÷9,1÷16,1÷25,1÷?....

For the second one, square the number outside and multiply the content of the radical sign, for example:

2√2=√2*4=√8.

Continue for every term of the sequence:

√8, √16, √48, √192, √960, √5760...

Divide each term by the previous and see if you see a trend.

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