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# PS sequence GMAT prep

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20 Mar 2009, 10:56
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2+2+2^2+2^3+2^4+2^5+2^6+2^7+2^8=

1. 2^9
2.2^10
3.2^13
4.2^17
5.2^20

Can you please tell me the quickest way to solve this?

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Re: PS sequence GMAT prep  [#permalink]

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20 Mar 2009, 11:34
i get 2^9

u need to realized that 2^2+2^2=2^3

2^3+2^3=2^4

and so on..
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20 Mar 2009, 12:49
Thanks, OA is indeed A.
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20 Mar 2009, 13:07
Can we genralise this for 2 atleast?
2^x+2^x= 2^(x+1)

but its not tru for any other number.

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