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1,944 = 1296 x 1.5

Q: Math problem help Find the sum of the infinite geometric series if it exists 1296 plus 432 plus 144 plus?

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The summation of a geometric series to infinity is equal to a/1-rwhere a is equal to the first term and r is equal to the common difference between the terms.

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Let r be any real number such that |r| < 1 and let a = 6 - 6r.Then the geometric sequence: a, ar, ar^2, ar^3, ... will converge to 6.Since the choice of r is arbitrary within the given range, there are infinitely many possible answers.

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The geometric series is, itself, a sum of a geometric progression. The sum of an infinite geometric sequence exists if the common ratio has an absolute value which is less than 1, and not if it is 1 or greater.

It depends on the series.

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160... I think. The series is 80+40+20+10+5+2.5+............ (Given the series is infinite it never ends but it gets pretty close to 160) = 159.99999999... ad infinitum [For future reference... series like this are basically equal to 2*the highest value e.g. 2*80=160]

The sum of the series a + ar + ar2 + ... is a/(1 - r) for |r| < 1

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The absolute value of the common ratio is less than 1.

Frederick H. Young has written: 'Summation of divergent infinite series by arithmetic, geometric, and harmonic means' -- subject(s): Infinite Series 'The nature of mathematics' -- subject(s): Mathematics

The summation of a geometric series to infinity is equal to a/1-rwhere a is equal to the first term and r is equal to the common difference between the terms.

"Infinite Regress: a philosophical kind of argument purporting to show that a thesis is defective because it generates an infinite series when either no such series exists or, were it to exist, the thesis would lack the role( I.E of justification) that it is supposed to play. The Philosophers way. Chapter 5: How can we know the nature of reality? Philosophers foundations- page 214

It's a geometric progression with the initial term 1/2 and common ratio 1/2. The infinite sum of the series is 1.