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Area A sequence of smaller squares is formed by connecting the midpoints of the sides of a larger square.
(a) If the area of the largest square is 1 square unit,
determine the first five terms of a sequence that
describes the area of each successive square.
(b) Use a formula to sum the areas of the first 10
squares.

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