Have a hard time figuring out what a geometric sequence is? This video will help you to identify different geometric sequences as well as determining its nth term. A geometric sequence is a group of numbers that follow a certain pattern of multiplying a fixed number from one term to another. The tutorial uses 4 different examples of geometric sequences and also shows you how to solve each of these sequences as well. Take some time to watch this video if you are a prealgebra student, it is a real lifesaver.
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