what is the true pattern not the simple pattern!

1, 0.5, 0.25, 0.125

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  1. The pattern is that each successive number is half the previous number. I don't know what you mean by true or simple.
    X(1) = 1 is the first term
    X(n) = (1/2) X(n-1) is the "pattern"

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  2. i don't get it can you tell me what x means

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  3. ok i still don't get it

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  4. I don't et it will you tell me what x means

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