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Topic: Rbtx's Sequence Puzzle
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R. Brown

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From: texas
Registered: 12/29/05
Rbtx's Sequence Puzzle
Posted: Mar 29, 2007 11:36 AM
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Create a geometrical sequence in which: All terms are Proper complex numbers, with but one exception.

a + bi......where neither a or b = 0

Create a geometrical sequence in which: The main exponent and independent variable is always a proper complex number, with but one exception. Knowing the main
exponent IS the independent variable.

If the geometrical sequence you create fulfills the conditions setforth above, you will have solved Rbtx's sequence puzzle.



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