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what method i need to use in solving arithmetic and geometric sequences and series?

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    Usually this topic requires several days or even weeks in a standard algebra or pre-Calculus course, and probably takes up several chapters in your textbook.

    I don't think the little box used for text in this format is quite large enough to answer your question.
    Don't you have a textbook ?

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