NZ Level 7 (NZC) Level 2 (NCEA)
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Infinite sum for GP's

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What condition must be satisfied by an infinite geometric series in order for its sum to exist?

the absolute value of the common ratio must be less than $1$1

A

the common ratio must be negative

B

the common ratio must be less than $1$1

C

the common ratio must be greater than $1$1

D

the absolute value of the common ratio must be greater than $1$1

E

the absolute value of the common ratio must be less than $1$1

A

the common ratio must be negative

B

the common ratio must be less than $1$1

C

the common ratio must be greater than $1$1

D

the absolute value of the common ratio must be greater than $1$1

E
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Consider the infinite geometric sequence $11$11, $22$22, $44$44, $88$88, $\text{. . .}$. . .

Consider the infinite geometric sequence $3$3, $-12$12, $48$48, $-192$192, $\text{. . .}$. . .

Consider the infinite geometric sequence $-40$40, $-20$20, $-10$10, $-5$5, $\text{. . .}$. . .

Outcomes

M7-3

Use arithmetic and geometric sequences and series

91258

Apply sequences and series in solving problems

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