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Find the sequence of the first five partial sums
S1, S2, S3, S4, and S5 of the geometric sequence by adding terms.
9, 12, 16, 64/3, 256/9,...

S1 =
S2 =
S3 =
S4 =
S5 =

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  1. come on -- just add them up.
    S1 = 9
    S2 = 9+12 = 21
    ...

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  2. Ayo Steve don't be rude

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