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For a soccer game has been on sale 4 types of locations. The ticket prices for different locations form a geometric progression. If a person bought a ticket for each locality would spend 32.5 dollars and would see that the price of the most expensive is 3,375 times the price of the cheapest. What are the values ​​of the different localities

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asked by Jessy
  1. r^3 = 3375
    r = 15

    Now just use S4 = 32.5 to find the cheapest price.

    I suspect a typo, since $32.5 is such a small number.

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