ShivaniD wrote:
On finding the first 4-5 terms of the sequence -> 5, 5/3, 5/12, 1/12, 1/ 72... we find that the terms will keep becoming smaller and smaller as they get divided by 'n' -> hence we can say that there are 0 terms in the sequence greater than 1/2. Hence sufficient.
I have the same missunderstanding with this question,
Bunuel Yes, with the data given we can figure out the terms in the sequence, but where does this question restrict the number of terms? The initital question is how many terms are > 1/2
My assumption was the following, even if we know A2 and therefore could calculate further values, what if the sequence just ends at a2? Then we would have two terms > 1/2
But what if the sequence ends at A3?
I dont question the validity of the question, I just don't read out of the statements the information that allows me to come up with one definite number for terms >1/2
Thanks
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