What is a possible value for the missing term of the geometric sequence 37 __ 925





Let the missing term be x.

Then the sequence becomes,


 \frac{x}{37}  =  \frac{925}{x}

Cross multiply to get,

 {x}^{2}  = 34225

Take square root of both sides,

x =  \pm \sqrt{34225}

x =  \pm185

Do you know the answer?

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