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The number of terms of a geometric sequence is even.
1. The sum of the odd terms, that is - terms in the odd places (First term + Third Term + Fifth Term + ... and so on) is 4329
2. The sum of the even terms, that is – terms in the even places (Second Term + Fourth Term + Sixth Term + ... and so on) is 5772
3. The last term exceeds the first by 2343
Determine the geometric sequence.

 (No Solution Yet, 3 Comments) Submitted on 2014-11-26 by K Sengupta
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