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Given that 1/(y-x), 1/2y, and 1/y-z are consecutive terms of an arithmetic progression, prove that x,y, and z are consecutive terms of a geometric progression.

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  1. well i noticed that th 2 was misplaced in the formula of the translucent compression. can you maybe rephrase the statment

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