Indicate a general rule for the n th term of this sequence. Find a(lower/base) 9 a(lower/base)1 = 2 r =?

Find a9.
a1=2.
r= radical sign 3. This has to do with Progressions, sequences Yes it has to do with geometric progression. i think r= the common ratio between the terms of the sequence(with be positive or negative real number)

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