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A geometric sequence is defined recursively by #a_n = 6a_(n 1)#. The first term of the sequence is 0.75. Which of the following is the explicit formula for the nth term of the sequence?

How do you solve #2x5+4x+5=90#?

Line A passes through points (6, 8) and (1, 7). Line B is perpendicular to Line A. Line Cis perpendicular to Line B. What is the slope of Line C?

What is the equation of the line that passes through (4, 2) and has a slope of 3/4?

You can design a web site in 30 hours. Your friend can design the same site in 20 hours. How long will it take to design the web site if you both work together?

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How do you write an equation in slopeintercept form of the line that passes through the points (6,5) and (1,0)?

How do you write 6/48 as a decimal?

How do you find the Least common multiple of #20x^3, 16x^4#?

A line passes through #(2 ,8 )# and #(4 ,5 )#. A second line passes through #(3 ,5 )#. What is one other point that the second line may pass through if it is parallel to the first line?

Three consecutive odd numbers have a sum of 75. What is the greatest number?

How do you find the exact value of #(cos60+sin30)/4#?

What does #y = mx + b# mean?

Is geometry important when dealing with astronomy? Why?

What expression is equivalent to #(2a)^4#?

How do you evaluate 1.90.8 expressing your answer as a fraction?

How do you write #4 3/5# as a percent?

Triangle ABC is an isosceles triangle with vertex angle B, AB=5x28, AC=x+5, and BC= 2x+11. How do you find the length of the base?

Ishaan is 2 times as old as Christopher 35 years ago, lshaan was 7 times as old as Christopher. How old is Christopher now?

What is the area of a rectangle in terms of x if the length is (2x + 3) and the width is 3x?

How do you write #2x+y=17# in slope intercept form?

How do you calculate #cos^1(cos(0.5))#?

How do you write #4 3/5# as a percent?

Russell, Sarah, and Terry share money in the ratio 2:5:8. Sarah has 120. How much would Russell and Terry get?

How do you evaluate #log_(2/5) (125/8)#?

How do you simplify #(3e)/e^x#?