# Algebra 1 - Geometric Sequences

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When we have a collection of numbers that come together in a certain order, it's called a sequence. A geometric sequence is a sequence where there is a common ratio that allows us to generate the sequence by taking one term and multiplying it by the common ratio to get the next term. How do you determine if a sequence is a geometric sequence? Watch today's free Algebra 1 video on Geometric Sequences to find out. Professor Burger will not only demonstrate how to figure if a sequence is geometric or not, but he'll also show you how to find a future term in a geometric sequence. You'll gain a strong understanding of the concept with multiple sample problems and even a real world example of how you might bump into geometric sequences in your life. Just don't forget to click on the forward button to the left of the time stamp to move to the next lecture. You don't want to miss a second of Professor Burger's lectures.

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