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In the given expression n can be a 0th term, 1st term, 2nd term and so on. For 0th term, 6(1/2) ^n -1 = 6(1/2)^0 -1 = 6 -1 =5 For 1th term, 6(1/2) ^n -1 = 6(1/2)^1 -1 = 3 -1 =2 For 2th term, 6(1/2) ^n -1 = 6(1/2)^2 -1 = (3/2) -1 =1/2 . . . So on
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