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In the sequence of nonzero numbers t1, t2, t3, , tn, , tn+1 [#permalink]
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In the sequence of nonzero numbers t1, t2, t3, …, tn, …, tn+1 = tn / 2 for all positive integers n. What is the value of t5? (1) t3 = 1/4 (2) t1 - t5 = 15/16

In the sequence of nonzero numbers t1, t2, t3, …, tn, …, tn+1 = tn / 2 for all positive integers n. What is the value of t5? (1) t3 = 1/4 (2) t1 - t5 = 15/16

In the sequence of nonzero numbers t1, t2, t3, …, tn, …, tn+1 = tn / 2 for all positive integers n. What is the value of t5? (1) t3 = 1/4 (2) t1 - t5 = 15/16

I have a question... where does this question come from? The problem already stated the condition is for all positive integers Notice how the conditions are given, with both being fractions. I think the question needs to be rephrase to all positive numbers.... Then, the answer should be D.. Otherwise E? (I don't know what to make of it) _________________

In the sequence of nonzero numbers t1, t2, t3, …, tn, …, tn+1 = tn / 2 for all positive integers n. What is the value of t5? (1) t3 = 1/4 (2) t1 - t5 = 15/16

I have a question... where does this question come from? The problem already stated the condition is for all positive integers Notice how the conditions are given, with both being fractions. I think the question needs to be rephrase to all positive numbers.... Then, the answer should be D.. Otherwise E? (I don't know what to make of it)

the question is refering n as a positive integer, not the terms of the sequence.

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