Your terms are:
If you can't see the pattern, you need more help than we can offer.How many terms are in the sequence?
Help, I don't know how to get answer. . You don't?
The terms are successively divided by three.
So, the very least you can do is list the terms.
Gee, it looks like eight terms.
Hello again, Vince604!
Is there a faster way (like a formula i can use) to find the eighth term,
without having to list all the terms to get to it?
Yes, there is a formula.
We have a geometric series.
The first term is ; the common ratio is
The nth term is: .
When does: . ?