Help!! Geometric progression
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Question(1):A G.P has a common ratio of 2 find the value of 'n' for which the sum 2n terms is 33 times the sum of n??
Question(2):in A G.P the product of the 2nd and the 4thterm is double ,the 5th term and the sum of the first 4 term is 80.find the G.P??
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