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Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4
Find the sum of the finite geometric series.
$1+4+16+64 +...+4^9$
1. $516$
2. $2","073.3$
3. $25","347$
4. $349","525$
5. None of these are correct
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSF-IF.A.3
Find the next three terms in this sequence: 5120, 1280, 320, 80...
1. -160, -400, -640
2. 20, 5, 1.25
3. 40, 20, 10
4. 76, 72, 68
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSF-IF.A.3
If $a_1=100$ and $r=1/2$, find the 5th term of this geometric sequence.
1. $1$
2. $1600$
3. $6 1/4$
4. $10,000$
5. none of these are correct
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4

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How does one go from step 3 to step 4?
1. Use polynomial long division.
2. Apply the fundamental theorem of algebra.
3. Factor out common factors on both sides.
4. Multiply each side by $(1-r)$.
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSF-IF.A.3
In an arithmetic sequence, if the 4th term is 3 and the 22nd term is 15, then what is the 1st term?
1. $2/3$
2. $1$
3. $-3$
4. $-4/3$
5. none of these are correct
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4
What is the approximate sum of the first 16 numbers in the series $1/9+1/27+1/81 +... ?$
1. $0.000167$
2. $5.4 xx10^-16$
3. $1.67$
4. $0.167$
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4

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Where does the equation in step one come from?
1. From the definition of a geometric series.
2. From a well known polynomial identity.
3. It is an assumption.
4. It is simply a new and arbitrary definition of $S_n$.
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4
What is the sum of the first 12 numbers in the series $8+24+72+216+648 +... ?$
1. $2"," 125"," 760$
2. $6.87 xx10^10$
3. $531","441$
4. $-2"," 125"," 760$
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4
What is the sum of the first 7 numbers in the series $5+25+125+625 + ... ?$
1. $19","531$
2. $9.77 xx10^5$
3. $97","655$
4. $78","125$
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4
What is the sum of the first 6 numbers in the series $512+2048+8192+... ?$
1. $1.8 xx 10^16$
2. $698","880$
3. $2","096","640$
4. $32","256$
Grade 11 Sequences and Series CCSS: HSA-SSE.B.4

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Which of the following best explains how one arrives at the equation in step 5?
1. By stating the definition of a finite geometric sequence.
2. Subtract $(1-r)$ from both sides of the equation in step 4, and then factor out common factors on the left hand side of the resulting equation.
3. Factor $(1-r)$ from both sides of the equation in step 4.
4. Divide both sides of the equation in step 4 by $(1-r)$.