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posted by la bellgoss .
1)Find the sum of the first eight terms of the Geometric progression 256,128,64,32
2)How many terms should be taken from the Geometric progression 4,12,36 for the sum to be 2188

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Anonymous
1)
The sum of n numbers in Geometric progression is:
Sn=a1*[(1q^n)/(1q)]
Where:
a1 is first number in progresion
q is the common ratio.
In your case:
a1=32
q=2
Sn=S8=32*[(12^8)/812]
S8=32*[(1256)/(12)]
S8=32*( 255)/( 1)
S8=32*255
S8=8160
2)
I am not shure that this question have solution.
Geometric progression in this case:
Six terms:
4,12,36,108,324,972
4+12+36+108+324+972=1456
Seven terms:
4,12,36,108,324,972,2916
4+12+36+108+324+972+2916=4372 
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Anonymous
In first question:
Sn=S8=32*[(12^8)/(12)] 
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bobby
In a geometric progression,the product of the 2nd and 4th terms is double the 5th terms and the sum of the first four terms is 80.find the gp
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