# algebra

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what is the 10th term of the sequence 81,27,9 can someone please explain the steps.
1/729
1/243
1/81
1/810

• algebra -

a = 81
r = 1/3
so,
T10 = ar^9 = 81/3^9 = 3^4/3^9 = 1/3^5 = 1/243

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